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Hotter Than That - Wild Bill Davison And His All Star Stompers - This Is Jazz! (CD)

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  1. Check out This Is Jazz! by Wild Bill Davison and His All Star Stompers on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on slimevincusformrasisihuvotrire.co5/5(2).
  2. It's a collection of performances from the This Is Jazz radio show. Wild Bill is, of course, on every tune. Edmond Hall and Albert Nicholas share the clarinet chair, Jimmy Archey plays trombone, Danny Barker strums guitar, Ralph Sutton is on the piano, Pops Foster on bass, and Baby Dodds is 5/5(2).
  3. Dec 13,  · Listen to your favorite songs from This Is Jazz! by Wild Bill Davison and His All Star Stompers Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of This Is Jazz Vol. 1 on Discogs. Label: Storyville - SLP • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Wild Bill Davison & The All Star Stompers - This Is Jazz Vol. 1 (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Wild Bill Davison and His All Star Stompers, Category: Artist, Albums: This Is Jazz!, Top Tracks: None of My Jelly Roll, Hotter Than That, Clarinet Marmalade, Big.
  6. Lou Stein Jazz Band: JZB Superstride - A Biography and Discography of Johnny Guarnieri by Derek Coller with an appreciation by Dick Hyman: JCDDR. Banu Gibson On Tour: JCDDR. Jim Dapogny's Chicago Jazz Band: JCDDR. Butch Thompson / Chet Ely - Mr. Jelly Rolls On: JCDDR. Allan Vaché - Jazz Moods: JCDDR. Allan Vaché.
  7. Hotter Than That - The All Star Stompers;Wild Bill Davison;Albert Nicholas;Jimmy Archey;Danny Barker;Ralph Sutton;Pops Foster;Baby Dodds;Lil Hardin Notes Technical Notes: Dupe of GBIAA, but not previously transferred as related content.
  8. Jazz cornet player, American Wild Bill Davison garnered his nickname 'Wild' from his appetite for women & alcohol. B: January 5, in Defiance, Ohio, USA. D: November 14th, in Santa Barbara, California, USA. Playing professionally in the 's, he gained wide recognition in the 's.

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