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Australian Jazz. The Melbourne Sound: The First Forty Years

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  • Nicholas Ribush January 7, 2013 at 3:23 am Reply 

    6. Elmer Denfield’s Dilemma (Len Barnard)*
    Len Barnard’s Jazz Band
    Melbourne, 30 January 1954

    Len Barnard (washboard, leader), Bob Barnard (cornet), Ade Monsbourgh (clarinet, alto sax), Earl “Tich” Bray (clarinet, tenor sax), Graham Coyle (piano), Peter Cleaver (banjo), Ron “Zeke” Williamson (tuba)


  • Nicholas Ribush January 7, 2013 at 3:23 am Reply 

    5. Got the Shakes (Ade Monsbourgh)*
    Len Barnard’s Jazz Band
    Sydney, 3 November 1953

    Len Barnard (washboard, leader), Bob Barnard (cornet), Ade Monsbourgh (alto sax), Earl “Tich” Bray (clarinet), Graham Coyle (piano), Peter Cleaver (banjo), Ron “Zeke” Williamson (tuba)


  • Nicholas Ribush January 7, 2013 at 3:24 am Reply 

    4. The Reluctant Dragoman (Roger Bell)*
    Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band
    London, 17 December 1951

    Graeme Bell (piano, leader), Roger Bell (trumpet), Deryk Bentley (trombone), Ade Monsbourgh (alto sax), Don “Pixie” Roberts (clarinet), Norman “Bud” Baker (banjo), Lou Silbereisen (bass), John Sangster (washboard)


  • Nicholas Ribush January 7, 2013 at 3:24 am Reply 

    3. Ragtime Tuba (Dave Dallwitz)*
    The Southern Jazz Group
    Sydney, 29 May 1950

    Dave Dallwitz (trombone, leader), Bill Munro (trumpet), Ade Monsbourgh (trumpet, clarinet, alto sax), Bruce Gray (clarinet, alto sax), Kevin Allen (piano), Johnny Malpas (banjo, guitar), Bob Wright (tuba), Bob Foreman (drums)


  • Nicholas Ribush January 7, 2013 at 3:25 am Reply 

    2. Royal Terminus Rag (Warwick Dyer)*
    Frank Johnson’s Fabulous Dixielanders
    Sydney, 6 December 1949

    Frank Johnson (trumpet, leader), Ken Evans (trumpet), Warwick “Wocka” Dyer (trombone), Geoff Kitchen (clarinet), Geoff Bland (piano), Bill Tope (banjo), Jack Connelly (tuba), Wes Brown (drums)


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