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Love is Just Around the Corner // recorded January 17, 1938

With Bobby Hackett on cornet, George Brunies on trombone, Pee Wee Russell on clarinet, Bud Freeman on tenor sax, Jess Stacy on piano, Eddie Condon on guitar, Artie Shapiro on bass, and George Wettling on drums

Pee Wee Russell, Mezz Mezzrow, Bix Beiderbecke, Eddie Condon (all seated) in this battered and torn theme park photograph.

Pee Wee Russell, Mezz Mezzrow, Bix Beiderbecke, Eddie Condon (all seated) in this battered and torn theme park photograph.

Jazz musicians Louis Armstrong, Max Kaminsky, Brad Gowans, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Sullivan, Eddie Condon, Zutty Singleton, and Bobby Hackett play a jam session for a group of third-grade elementary students at the Walt Whitman School in 1942.

Photos by Charles Peterson.

Jazz Lives

captainentropy:

Max Kaminsky, trumpetPee Wee Russell, clarinetEddie Condon, guitarBenny Morton, trombone1945, The Bettmann Archive
I don’t think this rare photo has ever been digitalised. I scanned it fromThe Commodore Jazz Classics: From Traditional Jazz to Free-Style Swing. In my father’s record collection there are an abundence of extremely rare Book of the Month Records releases.

captainentropy:

Max Kaminsky, trumpet
Pee Wee Russell, clarinet
Eddie Condon, guitar
Benny Morton, trombone
1945, The Bettmann Archive

I don’t think this rare photo has ever been digitalised. I scanned it from
The Commodore Jazz Classics: From Traditional Jazz to Free-Style Swing. In my father’s record collection there are an abundence of extremely rare Book of the Month Records releases.

(Source: peeblesplace)