Frank Trumbauer - Love Ain't Nothing But The Blues

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Frank Trumbauer got his start playing in several dance bands in the Midwest and eventually became musical director of Jean Goldkette's Orchestra. He led his own band at the Acadia Ballroom in St. Louis that featured Bix. They played together in Jean Goldkette's Orchestra and made many highly influential recordings together. They both joined Adrian Rollini's short lived band and then joined the Paul Whiteman Orchestra in 1927. Trumbauer stayed with Whiteman until 1932, when he left to form his own band. He then rejoined Whiteman in 1933. In the mid-30's he played with Charlie and Jack Teagarden and then led his own band in California. During World War II he left the music business, but after the war he played in the NBC Orchestra. This excellent 1929 recording features an outstanding Smith Ballew on vocal.

9 commentaires

Corrie I'm delighed you loved this renditiion.
Par kspm0220s il y a 4 ans
You couldn't have put it better BB.
Par kspm0220s il y a 4 ans
Thanks Lou! Glad you liked this selection.
Par kspm0220s il y a 4 ans
Can't elaborate on bostonblakie's comment. I agree with what he says 100%.
Thank you for sharing this gem.
Par Walter Gray il y a 4 ans
"Tram" one of the era's better musicians. His recorded work with Bix will forever be enshrined in the hearts of lovers of Jazz.
Par Boston Blackie il y a 4 ans
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