[Dixielandjazz] Help? Wild Bill 1951 Boston
james at jiming.demon.co.uk
Tue Feb 11 00:26:41 PST 2003
In message <147.956143a.2b6dff5b at aol.com>, JimDBB at aol.com writes
>In a message dated 2/1/03 6:00:59 PM Central Standard Time,
>richard.broadie at gte.net writes:
> Eddie Hubble is given credit on this Savoy Album, but I received email
> yesterday from another DJMLer informing me that Eph is the bone
> player on the LP. Sure glad to have time to get back on the DJML.
> Look at all the information so critical to basic survival that I've picked up
> in just 24 hours! Wow!
> :-) Dick
> Once and for all...Eph Resnick is on trombone. I'll stake my reputation
>on it ( ha ha). I had that record many years ago and I remember it fairly
> Jim Beebe
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-I have a Pee Wee Russell/Ruby Braff recording from the "Storyville" Club in
Boston at about that time: the band also features Ephie Resnick on trombone and
Kenny John (who was, briefly, with the Louis Armstrong All-Stars) on drums.
Also- the British trombonist and broadcaster Campbell Burnapp has just
completed a brilliant four-part series entitled "Mr. T from Texas". It was a
very well-informed and moving series of radio programmes about Jackson. Not
least, Jim Beebe's account of how Jackson - quite understandably - failed to
turn up for a promised "lesson" on the trombone. As Jim Beebe says, "he took
the secrets of his runs to the grave".
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