[Dixielandjazz] Chuck Anderson
sbrager at socal.rr.com
Sun Jun 3 08:34:49 PDT 2007
I searched Tom Lord's Discography and found a bass-playing Chuck Anderson
with Bob Hirsch and His Jazz All-Stars recorded live in Winona, Minn in
1977. The name of the album was "A Jazz Picnic". Could this be your wife's
The cuts were:
Someday You'll Be Sorry
Tin Roof Blues
You Took Advantage Of Me
I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me.
In the band, were:
Tom Saunders (tp), Sid Dawson (tb), Chuck Hedges (cl), Bob Hirsch (p),
Chuck Anderson (b), and Steve Thede (dr).
The catalog number of the album was Mediawerks Rec MW070677-A/B.
The was another Chuck Anderson listed who played trombone and guitar. Lord
also listed several Charles Andersons - none of these played bass.
I hope this helps.
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From: "Ken Newell" <kencsuh at yahoo.com>
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Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Chuck Anderson
> My wife's uncle, Charles (Chuck) Anderson was a bass
> player. He came to California in the late 1920's and
> played in Monterey (I believe at the Del Monte Resort)
> and San Francisco. He told me one time he knew and
> played with both Turk Murphy and Lu Watter. I would
> love to find a recording or some literature that
> mentions him but have been unsuccessful. Any
> suggestions out there? Thanks for your help.
> Ken Newell
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