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Trombone – George Chisholm, Roy Williams (3). Trumpet – Humphrey Lyttelton. Trumpet, Vocals – Alex Welsh. Recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London 4th July 1970 & 28th November 1971. The selections on this album were previously released on BLP 12103/4/5/12/13. A BLACK LION recording (c) (p) 1971. Laminated gatefold sleeve; colour labels with "33" to the left. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
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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.
A1 Hear Me Talkin' To Ya. 5:33. A2 Georgia On My Mind. Alex Welsh & His Band -George Chisholm -Humphrey Lyttelton - Black Lion INT Bruce Turner - Salute To Records 15. 05 Satchmo (2xLP, Album, RE). Country Year Germany 1977.
Welsh, Alex, Chisholm, George, Lyttelton, Humphrey, Turner, Bruce : Salute To Satchmo. Welsh, Alex, Chisholm, George, Lyttelton, Humphrey, Turner, Bruce.
Furthermore his contributions in cartoonery (is that a word) in which he worked with Trao (Wally Fawkes), calligraphy he was elected president of the Society for Italic Handwriting, radio broadcasting the BBC gave him his own BBC series, The Best of Jazz, which he helmed for over four decades. Six years later, he was also appointed host of the spoof panel game I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue, a program notorious for its abundance of double entendres . The Band (Please check this): Humphrey Humph Lyttelton Tp; Wally Trog Fawkes Cl; Bruce Turner ASx & SSx; Johnny Parker Pn; Freddy Legon Gt/Bj; Micky Ashman Bs; George Hoppy Hopkinson Dr/WB.
Backside An Evening with Alex Welsh & his Friends - Ft. George Chisholm, Humphrey Lyttelton, Bruce Turner - Part 2, Live at Queen Elisabeth Hall London. Taken on November 3, 2010. Some rights reserved.
Humphrey Lyttelton excelled at everything that he chose to do. He was a trumpeter, bandleader, calligrapher, cartoonist, writer, journalist and broadcaster. Well, not quite everything. Lyttelton left the Webb band and formed his own band in January 1948, taking Fawkes and eventually Webb himself with him. The following month Lyttelton joined briefly Derek Neville’s band to appear at the Nice Jazz Festival, where, for the first time, he was able to hear Louis Armstrong and to play with some leading American jazz musicians like Jack Teagarden, Earl Hines and Rex Stewart. They included the gospel singer Marie Knight, blues singers Jimmy Rushing and Joe Turner, tenor man Buddy Tate and trumpeter Buck Clayton. Several were ex-Count Basie musicians, and Lyttelton established a special affinity with Clayton, who made several tours and recordings with the band.
|Hear Me Talkin' To Ya||5:33|
|Georgia On My Mind||5:48|
|Basin Street Blues||8:32|
|Ory's Creole Trombone||6:50|
|Wild Man Blues||3:29|
|I Double Dare You||5:01|
|That's My Home||4:00|
|Way Down Yonder In New Orleans||3:07|
|Royal Garden Blues||6:23|
|St James Infirmary||5:19|
|When You're Smiling||6:05|
|When It's Sleepy Time Down South||2:17|
|BLPX 12161/2, BLPX 12161, BLPX 12162||Alex Welsh & His Band - George Chisholm - Humphrey Lyttelton - Bruce Turner||Alex Welsh & His Band - George Chisholm - Humphrey Lyttelton - Bruce Turner - Salute To Satchmo (2xLP, Album, RE)||Black Lion Records, Black Lion Records, Black Lion Records||BLPX 12161/2, BLPX 12161, BLPX 12162||UK||1977|
|INT 157.005||Alex Welsh & His Band - George Chisholm - Humphrey Lyttelton - Bruce Turner||Alex Welsh & His Band - George Chisholm - Humphrey Lyttelton - Bruce Turner - Salute To Satchmo (2xLP, Album, RE)||Black Lion Records||INT 157.005||Germany||1977|