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There's a Tavern in the Town Lightfoot Terry 1962 Terry Lightfoot made his, professional debut as a bandleader in 1956, and since that time has established an international reputation as a clarinetist, saxophonist and vocalist of the highest calibre. He was prominent in the traditional jazz revival in Britain in the 1950's and reached a much wider audience during the "Trad" boom of the early 1960's. During this period, and in subsequent years, he has broadcast prolifically, both on radio and TV, recorded many albums, and appeared in the only movie to feature British jazz bands, "It's Trad Dad!".
This clip is from this movie done in 1962. Terry sings and plays "There is a Tavern in the Town"
This is vintage British traditional jazz. I'm originally from Holland. Of course we were familiar with the trad boom, but some of our British youtube jazz fans might be much more familiar with the personnel details of these wonderful trad bands. I look forward to your detailed help in this.