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Cliff Edwards and His Hot Combination
Fountain LFV-203
Rating: ****

This is a hard-to-find but must-have LP album for the Cliff Edwards collector. This 1978 album comes from England and is part of the Fountain/Retrieval Vintage Reissue Series. I have not seen this label on CD yet. All tracks were recorded in New York City.

His Hot Combination consists of Red Nichols (cornet), Miff Mole (trombone), Bobby Davis (alto sax), Fred Morrow (tenor sax), Arthur Schutt (piano), Dick McDonough (banjo), Joe Tarto (tuba), Vic Berton (drums).

Song Composer Record Date Accompaniment
1. That's All There Is Harry Woods February 1925 Adrian Rollini (baritone sax)
2. Oh Lovey, Be Mine Walter Donaldson October 1925 His Hot Combination
3. Say, Who Is That Baby Doll Turk-Pinkard October 1925 His Hot Combination
4. How She Loves Me Is Nobody's Business Gaskill-Mills October 1925 His Hot Combination
5. The Lonesomest Girl In Town McHugh-Dubin October 1925 His Hot Combination
6. Remember Berlin November 1925 His Hot Combination
7. Someone's Stolen My Sweet, Sweet Baby Brown-Claire-Pinkard November 1925 His Hot Combination
8. Dreaming Of A Castle In The Air Ward-Endor November 1925 His Hot Combination
9. How Can You Look So Good Chick Endor November 1925 His Hot Combination
10. Dinah Akst-Lewis-Young December 1925 His Hot Combination (Nick Lucas or John Cali replaces Davis on banjo)
11. Keep Croonin A Tune Fain-Weill-McHugh December 1925 Same as above
12. Clap Hands, Here Comes Charley Rose-McDonald-Meyer December 1925 Adrian Rollini (piano & celeste)
13. Sweet Child Whiting-Lewis-Simon January 1926 His Hot Combination, as December
14. I Want Somebody To Cheer Me Up Kahn-Fiorito January 1926 Same as above
15. Sometime Kahn-Fiorito January 1926 Same as above
16. I Don't Want Nobody But You Lewis-Young-Baer April 1926 Adrian Rollini (bass sax)
17. Sunday Miller-Conn-Styne-
Krueger
October 1926 His Hot Combination
18. I Don't Mind Being All Alone Gaskill-McHugh-Mills October 1926 His Hot Combination

 

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