Performer: Muggsy Spanier
Title: Muggsy Spanier's Dixie Land Band "This Is Jazz"
Album rating: 4.2
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MUGGSY SPANIER is a dixieland music artist. Joseph "Muggsy" Spanier (1906–1967) was a prominent white cornet player based in Chicago. He was renowned as the best trumpet/cornet in Chicago until Bix Beiderbecke entered the scene. Muggsy led several traditional, "hot" jazz bands, most notably Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtime Band (which did not, in fact, play "ragtime" but, rather, "hot" jazz that would now be called "Dixieland"). This band set the style for all later attempts to play traditional jazz with a swing rhythm-section.
This enjoyable Dixieland LP features cornetist Muggsy Spanier on a dozen selections taken from Rudi Blesh's This Is Jazz radio series in 1947.
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Albert Nicholas, Muggsy Spanier, DANNY BARKER, Joe Sullivan, Baby Dodds, Pops Foster - Love Is Just Around the Corner 04:16. Rudi Blesh - Program Introduction, April 12, 1947 01:38. Albert Nicholas, Muggsy Spanier, DANNY BARKER, Art Hodes, Pops Foster, Georg Brunies - There'll Be Some Changes Made 03:14. Albert Nicholas, Muggsy Spanier, DANNY BARKER, Art Hodes, Pops Foster, Georg Brunies - Heartaches 03:00. Albert Nicholas, Muggsy Spanier, DANNY BARKER, Art Hodes, Pops Foster, Georg Brunies - My Honey's Lovin' Arms 03:10. Brownie McGhee, Granville McGhee - I'm Leavin'.
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by Sidney Bechet & Muggsy Spanier. Listen with Unlimited. by Muggsy Spanier & Sidney Bechet. Jazz Trumpet and Jazz Standards Muggsy Spanier's Ragtime Band. I Would Do) Anything for You (Live). At the Jazz Band Ball. Albert Nicholas & George Brunies Muggsy Spanier. 3:53.
Muggsy Spanier's solo is excellent, but Bechet is positively electrifying and comes in to solo like a Force 12 hurricane that never lets up, not for a single moment - one feels that he could go on for hours in this supercharged state, and probably would have if it wasn't for the limits of the radio broadcast that this rare acetate i. In any case, when he wasn't feeling threatened (real or perceived) Bechet was a pussy cat, but pull his tail and he would roar like a lion. You can hear him roar here! Between March 1st, 1947 and October 4th, 1947, Bechet participated in seven "This Is Jazz" radio broadcasts over the Mutual Broadcasting System. They were produced by Rudi Blesh, who acted as host and announcer (he can be heard fulfilling the latter role on this acetate - I think he is the announcer at the start, but there is a different announcer, probably a Mutual employee, at the conclusion).
|A1||Bugle Call Rag|
|A2||Tin Roof Blues
Lead Vocals – George Brunies