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Feat. Dalbert Bright


This side was produced in Chicago on October 25th 1929 featuring Punch Miller trumpet, Charles Lawson trombone, Dalbert Bright clarinet & alto sax, Tiny Parham piano, celeste, & leader, Elliot Washington violin, Mike McKendrick tenor guitar, Quinn Wilson Tuba, and Ernie Marrero washboard.

*"Sud Buster's Dream" was composed by Tiny Parham.

The reed man present here is teenage virtuoso Dalbert Bright on his first gig in Chicago. Born in Leavensworth, Kansas, Bright went on to work with several Chicago bands and made records with Frankie 'Half Pint' Jaxon and Albert Ammons. In 1933 he went to play in the band of Erskine Tate as both a clarinet and saxophonist before going to work for Carroll Dickerson the following year. After touring with Horace Henderson in the Summer of 1937 Bright struck out on his own and would remain so for the rest of his career.

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