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Royal Garden Blues
Eddie Condon's All Stars
Feat. "Wild" Bill Davison
Filmed during a 1957 TV appearance in New York City featuring "Wild" Bill Davison cornet, Peanuts Hucko clarinet, Cutty Cutshall trombone, J. Varro piano, Eddie Condon four-string guitar, Joe Williams bass, and Buzzy Drootin drums.
*"Royal Garden Blues" was composed in 1919 by Clarence Williams and Spencer Williams.
Eddie Condon began his life long career as a professional string player when he recieved his first union card in Waterloo, Iowa at the tender age of fifteen.
By 1921 he was based out of Chicago working regularly with a steady stream of early jazz talent.
Already well into his 4th decade of music at the time of this performance, the great Eddie Condon rips through this venerable standard with the ample aid of his "All Stars" band prominently featuring cornet legend "Wild" Bill Davison.
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