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Struttin’ with some Barbecue – Jack Teagarden 1950 Jack Teagarden leads an All Star Band somewhere in California with some fine jazz musicians. They play a nice Armstrong original. Joining Jack are his brother Charlie on trumpet, Eddie Miller on tenor, Matty Mattlock clarinet, Stan Wrightsman piano, Phil Stephens bass and Nick Fatool drums.
Tin Roof Blues –Jack Teagarden 1950 An All Star Jazz session in the early fifties featuring trombonist Jack Teagarden Other band members in this piece of jazz history are Jack’s brother Charlie on trumpet, Eddie Miller on tenor, Matty Mattlock clarinet, Stan Wrightsman piano, Phil Stephens bass and Nick Fatool drums. Probably recorded in California.
This is probably the most sought after jazz video who love Jack Teagarden. The orginal Vitaphone was located by my friend Joe Showler, the world's leading authority on Jack Teagarden-This one's for you Joe!
That's a Plenty Teagarden 1951 Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra A recording from 1951, shortly after Jack left Louis Armstrong's All Stars. Brother Charlie Teagarden plays trumpet. I can understand now that Charlie never obtained the status his brother Jack earned. Although he certainly has enough technique he uses it in a rather flat out approach with little attention to nuance and therefore misses the point to be a good jazz musician. Jack Teagarden is all the way there. Sublime technique and an incredible feel for the dynamics with fantastic improvisational capability which made him the ultimate jazz trombone player from that era. Funny though that Jack in the second chorus of That's a plenty plays a standard (Teagarden made) solo which he kept on playing exactly the same way when with Louis Armstrong's All Stars.
Struttin with some Barbecue Hackett 1957 On December 30, 1957 in New York City, a TV show is recorded sponsored by a watch company. Timex Show No 1 featured Louis Armstrong and his All Stars, Jack Teagarden and a band with Bobby Hackett, June Christy, Woodie Herman and Dave Brubeck. From this show is the dixieland feature "Struttin' with some Barbecue" Jack Teagarden on trombone, Bobby Hackett cornet, Peanuts Hucko clarinet, Marty Napoleon piano, Arvell Shaw bass and Cozy Cole drums. ￼￼
Rockin' Chair Armstrong and Teagarden 1957 The best of 'em all!!! On December 30, 1957 in New York City, a TV show is recorded sponsored by a watch company. Timex Show No 1 featured Louis Armstrong and his All Stars, Jack Teagarden and a band with Bobby Hackett, June Christy, Woodie Herman and Dave Brubeck. Here is another 1957 version of Rockin' Chair. There is more embiance in this track than the other posted version. Louis is not with his All Stars this time but moves in with the Jack Teagarden group, and specially the backing of cornettist Bobby Hacket reminds me more of the way Louis and Jack did it at their first All Stars performance at Town Hall, New York in 1947
The Sliphorn King of Polaroo Teagarden Animation godfather Walter Lantz, whose industry renown and public name-recognition sometimes approached that of cartoondom's other Walt, headed a house with inhabitants like Woody Woodpecker, Wally Walrus, Buzz Buzzard and Andy Panda. In his catalogue Lantz had a special category: the "Swing Symphonies," which sampled modern Big Band sounds and welcomed input from contemporaneous artists like trombonist Jack Teagarden, and the more classically oriented "Musical Miniatures." Standouts included The Greatest Man in Siam (1944), Sliphorn King of Polaroo (1945), Apple Andy (1946), Bandmaster (1947) and Kiddie Koncert (1946). In the Sliphorn King the basic premise is that a trombone player named Jackson falls overboard and washes up on the island of Polaroo. The trombone solos are played by Jack Teagarden, the great jazz trombonist and there is a wonderful song the denizens of the island sing about Jackson, called, naturally enough, "Jackson, Sliphorn King of Polaroo". It's all great fun and a good time is had by all and sundry. Hans Conreid's narration is just perfect and there are sight gags worthy of the master,
Basin Street Blues Teagarden Jack 1958 Jack Teagarden sings and plays Basin Street Blues. Recorded at a 1958 Timex sponsored TV show Jack's band consists of the following great jazz musicians. Ruby Braff trumpet, Toni Parenti clarinet, Marty Napoleon piano, Chubby Jackson bass and Cozy Cole drums.
Jeepers Creepers Teagarden Jack-Armstrong 1958 Jack Teagarden and his band is joined by Louis Armstrong. They join forces in Jeepers Creepers. The other members of the band are Ruby Braff trumpet, Toni Parenti clarinet, Marty Napoleon piano, Tubby Jackson bass and Cozy Cole drums. Recorded at a Timex TV show in April 1958