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Glendena Forever

Jackie Coon & Rick Fay

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Saxophonist Rick Fay (originally from Pasadena) and flugelhornist Jackie C**n (at one time a Glendale resident) played together back in the late '40s, so their reunion CD merges together their two former homes in its title! The good-time Dixieland date has an awful lot of vocals (only three of the fourteen performances are instrumental) which, although harmless enough, take time away from the solos. C**n has always been a very relaxed and soft-toned player in the manner of Bobby Hackett while Fay is best on clarinet and soprano; Charlie Bornemann's trombone is also a strong asset and pianist Bob Phillips takes "Cherry" as an unaccompanied feature. The constant and unimaginative banjotuba rhythm gets a bit tiring after awhile and there are few surprises on the date but the music (consisting of dixieland standards) is cheerful, swinging and full of good feelings.


Born: Nebraska

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s

A middle-register, cool-toned flügelhornist who also contributes occasional vocals, Jackie C**n's likable style has been an asset to many informal mainstream sessions. C**n, who grew up in Southern California, was inspired to play trumpet after hearing Louis Armstrong's "West End Blues." He spent a few months with Jack Teagarden's band (some of the music from radio broadcasts has been released by Arbors) and had gigs with Charlie Barnet, Louis Prima, and Earl Hines, making his recording debut with...
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