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Red Nichols And Miff Mole - Great Original Performances - 1925 To 1930 download flac

Performer: Red Nichols
Title: Great Original Performances - 1925 To 1930
Released: 1987
Country: Australia
Style: Dixieland, Swing
Category: Jazz
Size FLAC: 1502 mb
Size MP3: 1549 mb
Size WMA: 1945 mb
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A1. –Miff Mole And His Molers. The Darktown Strutters' Ball. Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Ray BauducGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Brooks.

A1. The Darktown Strutters' Ball Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Ray BauducGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Brooks. Red Nichols And Miff Mole - Great Original Performances - 1925 To ABC Records 836 185-2 Australia (CD, Comp). Red Nichols And Miff Mole - Great Original Performances - 1925 To 1930 (CD, Album, Comp, RM). BBC Records And Tapes.

Red Nichols: The Re. .Continuum Records 1987. Continuum Records 1982 .

Red Nichols, Miff Mole - Original Dixieland One-Step mp3. B4. Red Nichols, Miff Mole - Honolulu Blues mp.

Miff Mole was born in Roosevelt, Long Island, New York. Mole and his band, which included Eddie Lang, Jimmy Dorsey, Red Nichols, and Vic Berton, also accompanied her for live performances. From 1925 to 1929 Mole was identified with bands led by cornetist Red Nichols: The Red Heads, The Hottentots, The Charleston Chasers, The Six Hottentots, The Cotton Pickers, Red and Miff's Stompers, and especially Red Nichols and His Five Pennies.

Nichols himself appeared on the 1927 and 1928 recordings, while Miff Mole, stern emperor of the trombone, held everyone together over several years' worth of solid jazz, beginning in 1925 with "Red Hot Henry Brown" and its flip side, "Loud Speakin' Papa. These sound like Bix Beiderbecke in all the right ways.

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A1 Miff Mole And His Molers* The Darktown Strutters' Ball
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass [Brass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Ray BauducGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Brooks*
2:56
A2 Ross Gorman And Ross Gorman And His Earl Carroll Orchestra Rhythm Of The Day
Alto Saxophone – Ross GormanBanjo – Dick McDonoughBaritone Saxophone – Ross GormanClarinet – Ross GormanDirected By – Ross GormanDrums – David GruppFlute – Nick KoupoukisFlute [Piccolo] – Nick KoupoukisGuitar – Tony ColicchioPiano – Arthur SchuttReeds – Alfie Evans, Barney Acquelina, Billy McGill, Harold NobleTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Donald Lindley , James Kozak, Red NicholsViolin – Jack Harris , Saul SharrowWritten By – Murphy
3:03
A3 Miff Mole And His Molers* Hurricane
Drums – Vic BertonGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Mertz*
2:47
A4 The Charleston Chasers Someday Sweetheart
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass [Brass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDirected By – Red NicholsDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Benjamin Franklin Spikes, Herman Darewski, John Spikes
3:07
A5 The Charleston Chasers Wabash Blues
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass [Brass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDirected By – Red NicholsDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Meinken*, Meinken*
2:34
A6 Miff Mole And His Molers* Davenport Blues
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass [Brass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Ray BauducGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Beiderbecke*
3:07
A7 Miff Mole And His Molers* A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass [Brass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Ray BauducGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Mertz*
2:52
A8 The Charleston Chasers Delirium
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyBanjo – Dick McDonoughBass [Brass] – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyDirected By – Red NicholsDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Schutt*
3:02
B1 Red Nichols And His Five Pennies Riverboat Shuffle
Arranged By – Fud LivingstonBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniCelesta [Celeste] – Lennie HaytonClarinet – Pee Wee RussellDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Lennie HaytonTenor Saxophone – Fud LivingstonTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Leo McConville, Manny Klein, Red NicholsWritten-By – Carmichael*
3:02
B2 Miff Mole And His Molers* Feelin' No Pain
Banjo – Dick McDonoughBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniClarinet – Fud Livingston, Pee Wee RussellDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Arthur SchuttTenor Saxophone – Fud LivingstonTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Livingston*
2:49
B3 Miff Mole And His Molers* Original Dixieland One-Step
Banjo – Dick McDonoughBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniClarinet – Fud Livingston, Pee Wee RussellDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Arthur SchuttTenor Saxophone – Fud LivingstonTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Larocca*
2:43
B4 Miff Mole And His Molers* Honolulu Blues
Banjo – Dick McDonoughBass Saxophone – Adrian RolliniClarinet – Fud Livingston, Pee Wee RussellDrums – Vic BertonGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Arthur SchuttTenor Saxophone – Fud LivingstonTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Gunsky*, Goldstein*
2:45
B5 Red Nichols And His Orchestra Harlem Twist
Clarinet – Fud LivingstonDrums – Chauncey MorehouseGuitar – Carl KressMellophone – Dudley FosdickPiano – Arthur SchuttTenor Saxophone – Fud LivingstonTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Leo McConville, Red NicholsVibraphone – Chauncey MorehouseVocals – Chauncey MorehouseWritten-By – Morehouse*, Livingston*
2:51
B6 Miff Mole And His Molers* Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble
Banjo – Eddie CondonClarinet – Frank Teschmacher*Drums – Gene KrupaPiano – Joe SullivanTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Red NicholsWritten-By – Williams*
2:59
B7 Miff Mole And His Molers* That's A Plenty
Clarinet – Jimmy DorseyDrums – Stan KingGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Miff MoleTrumpet – Leo McConville, Manny KleinWritten-By – Pollack*
2:46
B8 Red Nichols And His Five Pennies Corrinne Corrina
Baritone Saxophone – Benny GoodmanBass – Art MillerClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaPiano – Jack RussinTenor Saxophone – Babe RussinTrombone – Glenn MillerTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Red Nichols, Ruby Weinstein, Wingy ManoneVocals – Wingy ManoneWritten-By – Chatman*, McCoy*
2:59

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Robert Parker

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
836 185-2 Red Nichols And Miff Mole Red Nichols And Miff Mole - Great Original Performances - 1925 To 1930 ‎(CD, Comp) ABC Records 836 185-2 Australia 1987
CD 664 Red Nichols And Miff Mole Red Nichols And Miff Mole - Great Original Performances - 1925 To 1930 ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RM) BBC Records And Tapes CD 664 UK 1987
REB 664 Red Nichols And Miff Mole Red Nichols And Miff Mole - Great Original Performances - 1925 To 1930 ‎(LP, Comp) BBC Records And Tapes REB 664 UK 1988


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