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Clarence Williams' Stompers
Feat. Otto Hardwick
Recorded in New York City on January 4th 1926 featuring Bubber Miley cornet, Charlie Irvis trombone, Prince Robinson clarinet & tenor sax, Otto Hardwick alto, soprano, & baritone sax, Clarence Williams piano, Buddy Christian banjo, and Henry "Bass" Edwards double bass.
*"Dinah" was composed by Harry Akst, with lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young.
Following a brief ten second intro from the band Otto Hardwick takes a exceptional baritone saxophone solo for the majority of which he manages to stay in mid-register. Then it's back to the synchronized front line playing of Bubber Miley and Charlie Irvis. Next Otto Hardwick is featured with a solo of his own on alto, after which he can be heard getting in some key phrases once again switching to the soprano saxophone.
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