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Singin' The Blues
Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra
Bix & Tram
This recording was made on February 4th 1927 in New York City with Bix Beiderbecke cornet, Bill Rank trombone, Frankie Trumbauer c-melody sax and leader, Jimmy Dorsey clarinet and alto sax, Paul Mertz piano, Eddie Lang guitar, and Chauncey Moorehouse drums.
*In the first minute of the song is Frankie Trumbauers' sax solo, followed by Bix Beiderbeckes' cornet solo for the second. The third minute features a short clarinet solo by Jimmy Dorsey, who it so happens was the clarinetist in Trumbauer's Orchestra at that time. "Singin' The Blues" is considered a jazz classic due to Bix and Tram's ability to swing the slow tempo Jazz ballad.
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