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Jack Teagarden

(August 20th 1905 - January 15th 1964)

Born in Vernon, Texas he was a largely self-taught trombone stylist and singer who is regarded as the "Father of Jazz Trombone" for liberating the instrument from its strictly tailgate origins. Nicknamed "Big T." he also developed novelty effects for which he is considered the most innovative trombone player of the pre-bebop era.


Basin Street Blues (4:18)

Beale Street Blues (3:20)

Ben Pollack & His Park Central Orchestra (8:02)

Dark Eyes (3:25)

I'm Gonna Stomp, Mr Henry Lee (3:32)

I'm Sorry I Made You Cry (3:20)

It's So Good (3:15)

It's Tight Like That (2:58)

Jack Armstrong Blues (3:52)

Jack Teagarden Interview (9:28)

Jeepers Creepers (3:43)

Knockin' A Jug (3:27)

Lover (3:02)

Makin' Friends (2:58)

Makin' Friends (3:17)

Stars Of Jazz with Jack Teagarden (30:15)

Tailspin Blues (3:05)

That's A Plenty (3:00)

That's A Serious Thing (3:25)

There's A Wah-Wah Gal Down in Agua Caliente (3:01)

Washboard Blues & Rocking Chair (3:57)

Wolverine Blues (3:01)

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