Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield, Vic Dickenson, Bob Wilber, Eddie Hubble, Bud Freeman, Ralph Sutton, Bob Haggart, Gus Johnson, Jr. - The Worlds Greatest Jazz Band At Manchester Trade Hall England 1971 download mp3 album
The World's Greatest Jazz Band, Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield, Vic Dickenson, Bob Wilber, Ralph Sutton, Bud Freeman, Gus Johnson Jr, Bob Haggart, Ed Hubble.
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England. Flugelhorn, Group Member, Member of Attributed Artist, Trumpet. Group Member, Member of Attributed Artist, Trombone.
Album · 1960 · 22 Songs. Yank Lawson, Bob Haggart, Peanuts Hucko, George Masso & Carl Fontana). Essential Jazz Masters. Bob Wilber, Vic Dickenson, Eddie Hubble, Ralph Sutton, Gus Johnson Jr & Billy Butterfield).
Bob Wilber/Clive Wilson Jazz Band on New Orleans Nights. West End Blues (Oliver). Performers: Clive Wilson (trumpet), Bob Wilber (clarinet), Ray Smith (piano), Alyn Shipton (bass), Dave Evans (drums). Ascona Festival of New Orleans Music, 1986. Composer: Jimmy Webb Performers: Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield (trumpet), Ed Hubble, Vic Dickenson (trombone), Bob Wilber (clarinet), Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Ralph Sutton (piano), Bob Haggar (bass), Gus Johnson (drums). At Manchester's Free Trade Hall, 1971.
A Long Way from Home Bob Wilber, Vic Dickenson, Eddie Hubble, Ralph Sutton, Gus Johnson, J. Billy Butterfield, World's Greatest Jazz Band, Yank Lawson, Bob Haggart. Cakewalkin' Babies from Home Lino Patruno, Peanuts Hucko, George Masso, Bob Wilber, Kenny Daver, Ralph Sutton, The Milan College Jazz Society. Dame Blanche Jack Teagarden.
Billy Butterfield in the Artie Shaw band, 1940. Background information. He was a member of the World's Greatest Jazz Band, led by former Crosby bandmates Yank Lawson and Bob Haggart, from the late 1960s until his death in 1988. He also freelanced as a guest star with many bands all over the world, and performed at many jazz festivals, including the Manassas Jazz Festival and Dick Gibson's Bash in Colorado.
|1-1||Yank Introduces WGJB|
|1-5||Black And Blue|
|1-7||I Got Rhythm|
|1-9||Big Noise From Winnetka|
|1-11||South Rampart Street Blues Parade|
|2-1||Bourbon Street Parade|
|2-2||The Girl On The Beach|
|2-3||Just One Of Those Things|
|2-7||Carolina In The Morning|
|2-8||In A Sentimental Mood|
|2-11||Up Up And Away/ My Inspiration|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arbors Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Arbors Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Free Trade Hall
- Bass, Illustration – Bob Haggart
- Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone – Bob Wilber
- Design – Luke Melton
- Drums – Gus Johnson, Jr.*
- Liner Notes – Steve Voce
- Mastered By – Bryan Shaw
- Piano – Ralph Sutton
- Producer – Mat Domber, Rachel Domber
- Recorded By – Paul Spinks
- Tenor Saxophone – Bud Freeman
- Trombone – Ed Hubble*, Vic Dickenson
- Trumpet – Yank Lawson
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Billy Butterfield
NotesRecorded in concert on December 15, 1971 in Manchester, England.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 80941 13432 2
- SPARS Code: ADD
- Label Code: LC 02732