Muskrat Ramble - Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band - Coast Concert
Label: EMI - 5C 038-85401,Capitol Records - T692 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono, Reissue • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Jazz •
In the s, Bobby Hackett 's pretty tone was often utilized on mood music albums, most notably by Jackie Gleasonbut he never lost his ability to play hot jazz, and in the fall of he was part of the Dixieland Jubilee presented by Frank Bull and Gene Norman at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles -- also featured on the program was Hackett 's longtime colleague Jack Teagardenwho was in superb form at this point in his career.
The results of that concert were so felicitous that Capitol Records OK'd the recording of Coast Concertfeaturing Hackett leading an octet that included Teagarden on trombone and vocals, and also old friends Abe Lincoln on trombone and Matty Matlock on clarinet. The top-notch players really inspire each other with some heated ensembles and creative solo work, and the result is one of Hackett 's finest sessions of the s.
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