Bass – George Divivier. Clarinet – Jerry Fuller (3). Co-producer – Bill Titone, John Cevetello. Congas – Sam Turner (2). Coordinator – Rocco Dellarso. Drums – Teddy Wilson Jr. Executive-Producer – Robert W. Schachner. Piano – Teddy Wilson. Presenter, Producer, Vibraphone – Lionel Hampton.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Tobacco Road (catalog number B, 2687). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. The album included the following session artists
For his reunion with pianist Teddy Wilson, Hamp also utilized the fine clarinetist Jerry Fuller, bassist George Duvivier, Sam Turner on congas and Teddy Wilson, Jr. on drums, making this the only time that father and son recorded together. The music is a bit predictable with eight veteran swing standards, but the enthusiasm of Hampton makes the results more exciting than one might expect. Teddy Wilson, piano Lionel Hampton, vibraphone Jerry Fuller, clarinet George Duvivier, bass Teddy Wilson J. drums. Digitally remastered. Label: FL Distribution.
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For his reunion with pianist Teddy Wilson, Hamp also utilized the fine clarinetist Jerry Fuller, bassist George Duvivier, Sam Turner on congas and Teddy Wilson, Jr.
Teddy Wilson - You Turned The Tables On Me, Sing, Baby, Sing (Brunswick 7736). Chris Griffin, trumpet; Vido Musso, tenor sax; Lionel Hampton, vibes; Teddy Wilson, piano; Allan Reuss, guitar; Harry Goodman, bass; Gene Krupa, drums; Red Harper, vocals. Los Angeles, CA, August 24, 1936. You Turned The Tables On Me. LA1161-A. also issued on Brunswick A-81051, A-500686; Vocalion S-35; Regal Zonophone G-22964; Lucky 60188.