The World's Greatest Jazzband, Yank Lawson, Bob Haggart. The World's Greatest Jazzband, Yank Lawson, Bob Haggart - The World's Greatest Jazzband Of Yank Lawson And Bob Haggart (LP, Album). Horizon (16), Horizon (16), Horizon (16), Horizon (16). SH66-94015, SH66-94,015, (PR-5,033SD), (PR-5033-SD.
He and Yank Lawson formed the Lawson-Haggart Band, and they also led the World's Greatest Jazz Band from 1968–1978 Discography. Kragting, Ben (1994). Bob Haggart Interview (Part 1)". Doctor Jazz Magazine (in Dutch) (145): 10–13. Bob Haggart Interview (Part 2)". Doctor Jazz Magazine (in Dutch) (146): 10–15.
Its late-1968 lineup consisted of trumpeters Yank Lawson, and Billy Butterfield, trombonists Lou McGarity and Carl Fontana, clarinetist-soprano Bob Wilber, tenor saxophonist Bud Freeman, banjoist Clancy Hayes (who would soon leave the group), pianist Ralph Sutton, bassist Bob Haggart, and drummer Morey Feld. In its two projects for Project Three, it was decided to alternate the usual Dixieland standards with swinging renditions of current pop tunes, in hopes of enlarging the audience and perhaps further inspiring the musicians.