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(My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me)

Jimmie Noone's
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Feat. Bud Scott


Recorded in Chicago on August 23d 1928 featuring Jimmie Noone clarinet, Joe Poston alto sax, Earl Hines piano, Bud Scott banjo & guitar, Lawson Buford tuba, and Johnny Wells drums.

*"Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me)" was composed by Carey Morgan, Arthur Swanstone, and Charles MaCarron. Published in 1919 the song was first recorded that year as the debut of baritone vocalist George Beaver, followed by renditions from Esther Walker, and Ted Lewis.

Bud Scott starts things off with the nuance of intricate guitar accompanied by the faint piano of Earl Hines, setting just the right mood for Jimmie's breathtaking solo.

The first chorus of this record is not a guitar solo by Scott, he is accompanying the melody played as a tuba solo by Lawson Buford; with the piano in the background providing the rhythm.-Henry Davis

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