[Dixielandjazz] Bolden rcording.

D and R Hardie darnhard at ozemail.com.au
Sat Jul 24 16:19:04 PDT 2004

  Laugh away.
  There are more things in heaven etc
Dan Hardie

On Saturday, July 24, 2004, at 12:13  PM, Stephen Barbone wrote:

> Actually, Abraham Lincoln may be heard at the beginning of that once
> lost Buddy Bolden Record, Not being moneyed, Bolden had to re-use an
> existing one. The recording starts off with The Gettysburg Address
> spoken by Honest Abe and morphs into The Gettysburg March as played by
> Bolden's band. There is also a plainly audible bowed bass bass solo by
> James Johnson indicating that the recording technique, lost by the time
> ODJB had recorded for Victor, was further along in Bolden's time.
> Dan Hardie is digitally re-mastering it as we speak. and will offer it
> as a package deal with copies of "The Loudest Trumpet". to interested
> DJMLers at a greatly reduced price, since many do not like bass solos.
> Tom Wiggins is the exclusive agent for the venture here in the USA so
> write him for details.
> Cheers,
> Steve Barbone
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