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Muggsy Spanier - Rare Custom 45s Album

Muggsy Spanier - Rare Custom 45s Album
Rare Custom 45s
Muggsy Spanier
MP3 album size:
1724 mb
FLAC album size:
2148 mb


1Honeysuckle Rose
2That's a plenty
3Sister Kate
4Darktown Strutters' Ball
5When the saints go marchin' in
6Muskrat Ramble
7Way down yonder in New Orleans
8I cried for you
9Clarinet Marmalade
10Tin Roof Blues


Personal recordings from 1956


In 1956 cornetist Muggsy Spanier and a variety of other available trad jazz musicians in Chicago cut a series of 45s for the jukeboxes of Buzz Seeburg. Only a few of the eighteen titles on this LP from the collector's IAJRC label actually came out at the time. Spanier is featured with trombonist George Brunies, clarinetist Peanuts Hucko or Charlie Spero, pianist Floyd Bean and a rhythm section, jamming through brief versions of a variety of Dixieland standards. The music is frequently joyous and swinging, even if does not contain any real surprises. Album Moods. Boisterous Cheerful Exuberant Sophisticated Playful. Muggsy Spanier. Rare Custom 45's. Muggsy Spanier - Muggsy Spanier, Earl Fatha Hines, Muggsy Spanier, Earl Fatha Hines. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen to music from Muggsy Spanier like I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, What I Did To Be So Black And. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Muggsy Spanier. Play album. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive. Turn off email alerts. Save this search. Shipping to Russian Federation. Muggsy Spanier - Rare Custom 45s, IAJRC 42 - Rare Traditional Jazz - NM Vinyl. Was: Previous Price C . Buy It Now. C shipping. From United States. Customs services and international tracking provided. Francis Joseph Muggsy Spanier November 9, 1901 February 12, 1967 was a prominent jazz cornet player based in Chicago. He was a member of The Bucktown Five, pioneers of the Chicago Style that straddled traditional Dixieland jazz and swing music. Spanier was born in Chicago. At 13 he began playing the cornet and played with Elmer Schoebel in 1921. He borrowed the sobriquet of Muggsy from John Muggsy McGraw, the manager of the New York Giants baseball team. In the early 1920s, he played with The. Muggsy Spanier 1901-67 was always predictably exciting in his playing. After he formed his style by the late-1920s, the cornetist never changed his approach and one could consistently predict what he was going to. After he formed his style by the late-1920s, the cornetist never changed his approach and one could consistently predict what he was going to play. Influenced by King Oliver and later on Louis Armstrong, Spanier added fire to every session that he was on. Chicago Jazz - Muggsy Spanier