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John A
 #1 
Can anyone identify this audio clip?

Change the attatchment from jazz0.jpg to jazz0.mp3 then give it a go, please

Many thanks in advance

John

Andreas Wandfluh
 #2 
Hi John
I can't listen to your mp3 file. Please put it on a server and post the link.
Regards
Andreas
John A
 #3 
Here is a link to the mp3:

http://www.yousendit.com/download/M3BuZXQ0QTZQb0kwTVE9PQ


many thanks again.

John
Julian Purser
 #4 
Hi,

Track is 'Doin' The Crazy Walk' recorded on 16 Sept 1955.

Hope this helps. (latest issue with the track is Chris Barber
1955 on Lake LACB235, their site is (http://www.fellside.com/)

Julian
John A
 #5 
Oh, many thanks, Julian.

I'll have to get in touch with Paul A at Fellside

Cheers,

John A
John A
 #6 
Julian,

I'm on dangerously thin ice here, but a friend who is a long-time jazz enthusiast and is following this correspondence is adamant that this is not "Doin' the Crazy Walk". He has actually played me Chris Barber's version, and I see his point.

I'm an ignoramus caught between two experts and in danger of insulting both! Is there any chance that my clip is something else?

John

p.s. Yes, I have asked my pal if he might have picked the wrong track to play me! I'm awaiting a response.

p.p.s. Just noticed a parallel thread running. This clip is from the film Under Night Streets.
Ed Jackson
 #7 
It's "Tuxedo Rag" from the Plus1/Minus1 EP.
Andreas Wandfluh
 #8 
Hi everybody
I agree with Ed that this is Tuxedo Rag from +1/-1. However it seems to me that the the turntable was running to fast...

The correct version is available on Lake Records LACD 222 or Lake Records LACD 43.
Regards
Andreas
John A
 #9 
Thanks Guys,

I've found a snippet of Tuxedo Rag on the web - and its a match. Many thanks.

I'll explain the background to the enquiry in a separate posting.

Many Thanks again.

John Adams
John A
 #10 
Hi Andreas,

This clip was captured off a television programme. The original film, meant to be shown at 24 frames per second, was therefore being shown at 25 fps. Hence the discrepancy in tempo

John A
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