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The Rhythm Rascals, Swing Rhythm Boys, Sid Phillips - 1935-1936 (1998) [Swing]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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The Rhythm Rascals, Swing Rhythm Boys, Sid Phillips - 1935-1936 (1998) [Swing]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: The Rhythm Rascals, Swing Rhythm Boys, Sid Phillips
Album: 1935-1936
Genre: Swing
Label: Timeless Records
Released: 1998
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
    The Rhythm Rascals
  1. Temptation Rag (2:57)
  2. Tiger Rag (2:50)
  3. Nobody's Sweetheart (2:49)
  4. Bugle Call Rag (2:39)
  5. The Music Goes 'Round and Around (2:39)
  6. Talking It Over (2:45)
  7. Dinah (2:50)
  8. My Sweetie Went Away (2:47)
  9. Keep Smiling (2:47)
  10. Wah Hoo! (2:52)
  11. I'm Tickled to Death I'm Me (2:55)

    The Swing Rhythm Boys
  12. Is It True What They Say About Dixie? (2:47)
  13. Let's Talk About Love (2:47)
  14. You Can't Pull the Wool over My Eyes (2:52)
  15. Maybe (2:59)
  16. Somebody Stole My Gal (2:45)
  17. Some of These Days (2:46)
  18. When a Lady Meets a Gentleman Down South (2:46)

    Sid Phillips and His Rhythm
  19. Eeny Meeny Miney Mo (3:09)
  20. Woe Is Me (3:04)
  21. Sweet Sue, Just You (3:04)
  22. My Sweetie Went Away (2:57)

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Although it is tempting to believe that there was very little jazz to be heard in England during the 1930s and that virtually all of the worthwhile jazz was from the U.S., it simply is not true. It is true that commercial dance bands dominated the British music scene in the mid-'30s, but there were some exciting jazz dates along the way. This CD starts off with 11 selections by the Rhythm Rascals, a series of mostly ten-piece swing bands that at various times included trombonist Ted Heath; clarientist Danny Polo; trumpeter Max Goldberg; and Freddy Gardener on clarinet, alto, tenor, and baritone. Their repertoire was generally swing standards, and the results should greatly interest swing fans. In addition, there are seven songs from the similar Swing Rhythm Boys and four selections from clarinetist Sid Phillips. Although the music overall is not essential, it is generally quite enjoyable, and always swings.
Review by Scott Yanow

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