Fisbach's Charleston Orchester - I Never Realized


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This hardly known German band was led by Roger Fisbach (né Fischbach), a French saxophone player of Austrian origin. Before forming his own orchestra, he played in the French Edouard Margoulis' Merry Makers band the Paris-based British Tom Waltham Ad-Libs orchestra. With his own Charleston Orchestra, he mainly performed in Berlin. Personnel comprised besides leader Fischbach on alto saxophone: Ray Allan, drums; Bob Astor, banjo; Roger Berson, bass saxophone; Raymond van der Notte, bass brass; Stéphane Mougin, piano; Guy Paquinet, trombone; André Picou, trumpet; Charles Vidal, clarinet. This outstanding record was made in 1926.

7 commentaires

Poutitechatte, I wasn't sure anyway, your supposition could be correct.
Par kspm0220s Il y a 6 ans
Corrie, it is hardly surprising you don't know this band as it is almost forgotten despite being very skilful. This is a uniquely uptempo version of a 1910's tune that originally isn't jazzy at all.
Par kspm0220s Il y a 6 ans
Ginny, this definitely is a catchy and uplifting tune with a brilliant piano solo. Great it perked you up!
Par kspm0220s Il y a 6 ans
Thank you Genia; the laughing instrument may well be a kazoo, but it is unknown who is playing it. Glad you loved this hot performance and that charming poster :-)
Par kspm0220s Il y a 6 ans
This is an introduction to me. What a great band. Great tune too. Most enjoyable.
Thank you for sharing.
Par Walter Gray Il y a 6 ans
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