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Fred Elizalde & His
Anglo American Band
Feat. "The California Ramblers"
This side was recorded in London, England during July 1928 featuring Chelsea Quealey trumpet, Bobby Davis clarinet, alto, & soprano sax, Max Farley tenor sax, Adrian Rollini bass sax, Fred Elizalde piano & director, Al Bowlly guitar, Tiny Stock bass brass, and Ronnie Gubertini drums.
*"Blue Baby" was arranged by Fred Elizalde.
At the end of 1927 "California Ramblers" Adrian Rollini, Bobby Davis and Chelsea Quealey traveled across the Atlantic to form the "Anglo American Band" of pianist and composer Fred Elizalde. Thier initial invite was only to play a New Year's Eve party at the Savoy Hotel in London but they would remain far longer eventually sending for their own pianist Jack Russin to join this very early international jazz group.
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