[Dixielandjazz] "Mosaic" Condon

Stan Brager sbrager at socal.rr.com
Fri Feb 6 11:02:06 PST 2004

That LP plus some other cuts were reissued on a Columbia CD "The Eddie
Condon All-Stars Dixieland Jam" - catalog CK 45145. This CD features several
previously unissued cuts including:

>From the Vic Dickenson Date:

China Boy - Take 2
The Song Is Ended - Take 4
Hindustan - Take 2

>From the Cutty Cutshall Date:

Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams - Take 3
When A Woman Loves A Man - Take 3
Why Was I Born - Take 2
Apex Blues - Take 3
What's The Use - Take 1

Stan Brager

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The talk about this set has brought me out of "lurkdom".  I have an LP
(vinyl) on CBS ("For Promotion Only-CJ 45145) of the 1957 session. I has
previously issued as well as several previously unissued cuts.

What a remarkable session.  I play it over and over and many of my
collection sit there without being played ever again.  That music "had"

What surprises me is that I never "caught " the "sqeaks" etc. from Bob
Wilber.  Guess I was enjoying the music too much to notice.My  version has :

Wolverine Blues
China Boy (prev. unissue)
China Boy
St James Inf.
That' A Plenty
The Song is Ended

The other side has another Condon session one month later with Butterfield
and Cutshall replacing Dickenson and Davison. IMO the latter is a less
memorable session.  The August session is a Hard act to follow. It is a
particularly hard-swinging session with all players at the top of their
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