Early recordings from 1948-1949. Most were released on the bands own 'London Jazz' label. Contains alternate takes and some previously unissued tracks.
Humphrey Lyttelton - Delving Back And Forth With Humph (Stomp Off . Humphrey Lyttelton, cornet; Harry Brown, trombone; Wally Fawkes, clarinet; Pat Hawes, piano; Les Rawlings, bass; John Robinson, drums. London, England, March 20, 1948. Humphrey Lyttelton, cornet; Harry Brown, trombone; Wally Fawkes, clarinet; George Webb, piano; Nevil Skrimshire, guitar; Les Rawlings, bass; Dave Carey, drums. London, England, September 12, 1948. Salty Dog. Melancholy Blues. Humphrey Lyttelton - Humph Plays Standards (Bethlehem BCP-6063). Humphrey Lyttelton, trumpet; Johnny Picard, trombone; Tony Coe, alto sax, clarinet; Jimmy Skidmore, tenor sax; Joe Temperley, baritone sax; Ian Armit, piano; Pete Blannin, bass; Eddie Taylor, drums. London, England, June 22, 1960.
Delving Back With Humph . .has been added to your Basket. Humphrey Lyttelton - Delving Back With Humph 1948-49.
Come Back Sweet Papa. Cakewalking Babies from Home. Delving Back With Humph 1948 - 49. Lake. George Hopkinson, Graeme Bell, Humphrey Lyttelton, John Sangster & Wally Fawkes. Apples Be Ripe, Small Hour Fantasy.
Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton (23 May 1921 – 25 April 2008), also known as Humph, was an English jazz musician and broadcaster, and chairman of the BBC radio comedy programme I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – Humphrey Lyttelton (4/6) Band - 1948-1983 - part four (of 6)YouTube.
Humphrey Lyttelton – A Tribute To Humph – Volume 1 – LP Vinyl Record. Was: Previous price £1. 9. HUMPHREY LYTTELTON BAND "Cakewalkin' Babies Back Home" PARLOPHONE R-3337. DELVING BACK WITH HUMPH - HUMPHREY LYTTELTON 1948 - 49 CD ( Jazz ). New (other). New listing Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band – Colourful Humph 1958 EP Parlophone GEP 8700.
Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton (23 May 1921 – 25 April 2008), also known as Humph, was an English jazz musician and broadcaster from the aristocratic Lyttelton family. Having taught himself the trumpet at school, Lyttelton became a popular figure of the trad jazz revival, leading his own eight-piece band, which recorded a hit single, "Bad Penny Blues", in 1956.
|1||The Thin Red Line||3:26|
|3||Cake Walkin' Babies||2:57|
|4||If You See Me Comin'||3:11|
|6||Working Man Blues||3:31|
|9||Ole Miss Rag||3:05|
|12||Blue For Waterloo||2:57|
|13||First Of Many||2:52|
|14||Blue For Two||2:40|
|16||Royal Garden Blues||4:23|
|17||Who's Sorry Now||3:49|
|18||Humph Meets Trog||3:37|
|19||Bugle Call Rag||2:27|
|20||That Da Da Strain||4:18|
NotesEarly recordings from 1948-1949. Most were released on the bands own 'London Jazz' label. Contains alternate takes and some previously unissued tracks.
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