Miff on STB

Miff on STB

David Sager
David Sager

June 2nd, 2017, 7:19 pm #1

Trumbauer's recording of "Singin' the Blues" has been examined thoroughly and repeatedly. Surely, nothing more can be drawn from its well-trod groove.

Our friend Emrah has recently posted a playing of his copy, just coming through the speaker, so no restoration, and without the directness of a transfer.

I am amazed, not just by the crispness of this shiny pressing, but by the fact that I can hear Miff Mole's trombone behind Trumabuaer's solo! Maybe this is old news to most, but it sure took me by surprise.

Here is the link --https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DQwrOz4JZE

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June 2nd, 2017, 8:08 pm #2

.... the Melody Maker of Jul 1927, just a few months ater the record was issued. High praise for Bix, Tram and Edddie Lang. The reviewer does not like the clarinetist's (Jimmy Dorsey) tone.



Singin' the Blues: Bill Rank or Miff Mole?' by Albert Haim, IAJRC Journal June 2011, p 32-34.
My Article as it appeared in the IAJRC Journal. Note the errors in the printed version, not in my originally submitted file.
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Albert



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Alberta
Alberta

June 3rd, 2017, 11:50 am #3

That takes the cake. Thanks for posting--don't recall seeing this the first time. Would this publication have been something Bix and his friends might have seen?
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