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Mahogany Hall Stomp
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Clarinetist George Lewis and his jazz band
romp on an uptempo version of "Mahogany Hall Stomp."
Clarinetist George Lewis, a primitive but very musical New Orleans clarinetist, became very popular in the 1950s.
Lewis' music, which often emphasised joyous ensembles, found a large audience, particularly in Europe.
For this rendition of "Mahogany Hall Stomp" which was recorded around 1953, Lewis and the classic version of his group emphasize exciting ensembles.
George Lewis, trumpeter Kid Howard and trombonist Jim Robinson all have moments in the spotlight while the rhythm section never lets up during the exhilarating performance.
George Lewis, clarinet
Kid Howard, trumpet
Jim Robinson, trombone
Alton Purnell, piano
Slow Drag Pavageau, bass
Joe Watkins, drums
- Scott Yanow
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