[Dixielandjazz] Milt Bernhart was Frank Rosolino

Steve Barbone barbonestreet at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 18 16:15:20 PST 2007

Dear Mouldie Fygge Bill:

Be sure to check out that other website (in Germany) about Milt Barnhart.
You'll love the Goodman story, or the vignette about Teagarden and Louis.
And, some other great stories about jazz music as well as some other
Barnhart records with Nelson Riddle.

Here it is again.


Steve Barbone. 

PS: Who BTW, has a lucky gig belt, in needlepoint by wife Martha, with
"Mouldie Figge" centered, as well as clarinet and notes etc. All designed by
her. Wear it to all gigs, and even had it refurbished a year ago as the
leather end split. That too might be a  surprise.

on 11/18/07 6:32 PM, Bill Haesler at bhaesler at bigpond.net.au wrote:

> Steve Barbone forwarded  the following [extract snipped]:
>> But there was nothing quaint about the solo halfway through Frank
>> Sinatra's classic version of I've Got You Under My Skin, with which
>> Milt Bernhart,,,,,,,created something.........electrifying .........
>> Recorded on January 12 1956, during one of five sessions that produced
>> the album Songs For Swingin' Lovers, I Got You Under My Skin is one of
>> Sinatra's finest performances.
> Dear Steve,
> We learn something every day.
> I have that fine Sinatra CD (surprised?) and have occasionally wondered
> about the trombone solo, but never enough to do the research.
> Playing it now.Thanks. So far as Frank Rosolino is concerned, I must have lead
> a very sheltered jazz life. Until this current DJML thread I had never heard
> of him. True. Post-Gene Krupa, June Christie, Georgie Auld, Buddy Rich, et al
> don't belong in my jazz lexicon 8>)
> Kind regards,
> Bill (mouldie fygge).

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