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Humphrey Lyttelton - Delving Back With Humph (1948-49) flac album

Humphrey Lyttelton - Delving Back With Humph (1948-49) flac album
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Delving Back With Humph (1948-49)
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Early 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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Tracklist

1 The Thin Red Line 3:26
2 Melancholy Blues 3:04
3 Cake Walkin' Babies 2:57
4 If You See Me Comin' 3:11
5 Panama 3:07
6 Working Man Blues 3:31
7 Fidgety Feet 3:22
8 Weary Blues 2:58
9 Ole Miss Rag 3:05
10 Vox Humana 3:08
11 Elizabeth 3:09
12 Blue For Waterloo 2:57
13 First Of Many 2:52
14 Blue For Two 2:40
15 High Society 4:19
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
21 Sugar 4:12

Notes

Early 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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  • Barcode: 5 017116 507229