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It may be "novelty" but the musicianship is not a joke.
Gaillard was a regular at Birdland in the late 40s and early 50s. He was a frequent opening act for Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips and Coleman Hawkins.
He even appeared in a studio session with Parker and Gillespie in 1945.
Galliard was a comedian at heart. No matter where the music started, it would end up with humor, but the cat can play!
That's how we grow.