The Doctor Jazz Series Vol 4

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Jimmy Archey took his band into Jimmy Ryans, one of the original “swing street” clubs, where they played for more than a year. Ryans had adopted a jazz policy in 1940 when Milt Gabler began holding Sunday afternoon jam sessions there, and it was the last club to go on 52nd Street, closing its doors only when the block was demolished in Spring 1962. Even then, Jimmy Ryans continued to mean good jazz on West 54th Street.

Henry Goodwin (tp) Jimmy Archey (tb) Benny Waters (cl & ss) Dick Wellstood (p) George “Pops” Foster (b) Tommy Benford (dr)

Recorded in 1952

Tonight The Party Is Here At My House
Jazz Me Blues
Someday Sweetheart
The Pearls
Wolverine Blues
Just A Gigolo
Maple Leaf Rag
Benny’s Blues
Just One Of These Things
Squeeze Me
Cake Walkin’ Babies From Home
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
Tonight The Party Is Here At My House

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