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viernes, 19 de agosto de 2016

Snapper Lloyd and His Orchestra • Dance Frappé

Jazz trumpeter Ivor Mark Lloyd, better known as Snapper Lloyd, rose to prominence in the 1930's with Joe Nesbitt's Pennsylvanians; the leading competitor to the Ted Weems band in those days. His playing was technically flawless; he played lead as well as jazz horn and could handle any assignment. He was much in demand in the studio, and played on recordings with Hoagy Carmichael among many others. He played with the popular Larry Clinton band in the late thirties, left in 1939 for freelance network playing and spent a good deal of his time as a jazz educator. Snapper went on to spend 18 years with the popular American radio and television program "Your Hit Parade".
Snapper's trumpet is augmented by the masterful use of a plunger, Harmon mute, cup mute, and solotone.

A1 Three Little Words
A2 Georgia On My Mind
A3 Hot Lips
A4 Swinging On A Star
A5 Carolina In The Morning
A6 Jazz Frappe
B1 When Day Is Done
B2 Out Of Nowhere
B3 Swingin' Down The Lane
B4 Rose Room
B5 You've Got Me Crying Again
B6 It's Delovely

Bass – Chubby Jackson
Directed By – Andy Sannella
Drums – Cliff Leeman
Guitar – Al Chernet, George Barnes
Organ – Cy Mann
Piano – Marty Napoleon
Reeds – Al Klink, Bernie Kaufman, Ezelle Watson (tracks: Ezelle (Easy) Watson), Hank Freeman, Sid Cooper, Wolffe Tayne
Technician – Robert J. Engler
Trumpet – Ivor Lloyd

Total Time: 29:12
Label: Everest ‎– SDBR-1036
Released: 1959
Genre: Jazz
Style: Big Band

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