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Albert Nicholas & Herb Hall - Clarinet Duets (2015)

9-05-2015, 23:31
Music | Jazz



Albert Nicholas & Herb Hall - Clarinet Duets (2015)

Artist: Albert Nicholas & Herb Hall
Title Of Album: Clarinet Duets With The John Defferary Jazztet & The Trevor Richards New Orleans Trio
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz
Label: GHB Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 59:55
Total Size: 141 MB
Covers: Front

Tracklist:
01. Bugle Call Rag (2:47)
02. Moonglow (6:15)
03. Jazz Me Blues (3:39)
04. Winin' Boy Blues (4:48)
05. Dear Old Southland (3:15)
06. Stack O' Lee Blues (4:15)
07. Love Me Or Leave Me (5:24)
08. Wadsworth Mill Grind (4:26)
09. Mood Indigo (4:35)
10. Blue Skies (4:42)
11. What Is This Thing Called Love (3:31)
12. Creole Love Call (4:11)
13. Oh Baby (5:01)
14. Soho Jump (2:59)

Tracks 1 to 9: Albert Nicholas & The John Defferary Jazztet
ALBERT NICHOLAS, clarinet
JOHN DEFFERARY, clarinet
PAT HAWES, piano
PAUL SEALEY, guitar
BILL COLE, bass
TREVOR RICHARDS, drums
Recorded 1969

Tracks 10 to 14: Herb Hall & The Trevor Richards New Orleans Trio
HERB HALL, clarinet
JOHN DEFFERARY, clarinet
BOB BAERTON, piano
ALYN SHIPTON, bass
TREVOR RICHA, drums
Recorded 1981

Albert Nicholas (May 27, 1900, New Orleans, Louisiana – September 3, 1973, Basel, Switzerland) was an American jazz reed player.

Nicholas's primary instrument was the clarinet, which he studied with Lorenzo Tio in his hometown of New Orleans. Late in the 1910s he played with Buddy Petit, King Oliver, and Manuel Perez. He spent three years in the Merchant Marines and then joined up again with Oliver in Chicago from 1925 to 1927. After time in East Asia and Egypt, he returned to New York City in 1928 and played with Luis Russell until 1933, playing there with Red Allen, Charlie Holmes, and J. C. Higginbotham. Later he played with Chick Webb, Louis Armstrong (with Russell) and Jelly Roll Morton (recorded 1929, 1939).

The Dixieland jazz revival of the late 1940s reinvigorated his career; he played with Art Hodes, Bunk Johnson, and Kid Ory, and had a regular gig with Ralph Sutton in 1948. In 1953 he moved to France; except for recording sessions in the U.S. in 1959-60, he remained there for the rest of his life.

Nicholas's uncle was Wooden Joe Nicholas.
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Herbert "Herb" Hall (March 28, 1907 – March 5, 1996) was an American jazz clarinetist and alto saxophonist.

Herb was the brother of Edmond Hall and the son of clarinetist Edward Hall. He began on banjo with the Niles Jazz Band (1923–25), then settled on reeds. In 1926 he played with Kid Augustin Victor in Baton Rouge, and moved to New Orleans the following year. He played briefly with Sidney Desvigne, then played for many years with Don Albert (1929–40), moving to San Antonio with him and remaining there until 1945.

After this he moved to Philadelphia, where he played with Herman Autrey; a few years later he was in New York, working with Doc Cheatham (1955) and did a European tour with Sammy Price (1955–56). He played often in the New York clubs of Jimmy Ryan and Eddie Condon in the late 1950s and 1960s. In 1968-69 he toured with Wild Bill Davison's Jazz Giants, and then a stint with an off-shoot band of The Jazz Giants, called "Buzzy's Jazz Family" which included Herman Autrey, Benny Morton, Sonny Drootin, Eddie Gibbs and leader Buzzy Drootin on drums. He did work with Don Ewell in the 1970s. He also appeared in Bob Greene's Jelly Roll Morton revue show that decade.


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