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Royal Garden Blues - Bix Beiderbecke

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bob erwig

Royal Garden blues – Bix Beiderbecke 1927
On October 5 1927 Bix Beiderbecke recorded one of the most important jazz recordings in its history. Royal Garden Blues with his New Orleans Lucky Seven, sometimes known as his Gang. Bix had some superb musicians in his band: Bill Rank on trombone, Don Murray on clarinet, Adrian Rollini on bass sax, Frank Signorelli on piano and Chauncey Moorehouse on drums.
Through the decades this recording has been a sample of how jazz can be played and has influenced many of the great white jazz musicians like Bobby Hackett, Jimmy McPartland soon after and today more the likes of Tom Pletcher, Bent Persson and certainly Hans Carling and his New Cooling Orchestra.
The most amazing rendition of this tune is being played in 1984 by Hans Carling together with his band and his young musical family.

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