18th And 19th On Chestnut Street 3:07. Vocals – Clancy Hayes Banjo – Clancy Hayes Bass – Tom Beeson Clarinet – Pete Dovidio Drums – Dave Black Piano – Clyde Pound Trombone – Doug Skinner, Jack Buck Trumpet – Bob Scobey. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
Matrix, Runout (A Side Label): H2JP-8609. Matrix, Runout (B Side Label): H2JP-8610.
Matrix, Runout (Side 1, Stamped): J2 PY1580-1S A1. Matrix, Runout (Side 2, Stamped): A2 J2 PY-1581-1S I.
The 1957 version of Bob Scobey's Frisco Band was most notable for the leader's trumpet and the vocals of banjoist Clancy Hayes. The band at the time had two trombones (Jack Buck and Doug Skinner), clarinetist Pete Dovidio, and former Duke Ellington drummer Dave Black. Although the musicianship is excellent, the material on this long out of print LP is just average, the two medleys are uneventful, and Hayes' vocals do not sound as inspired as usual. The music is decent but not particularly memorable.
A1. The Five Piece Band Vocals – Clancy HayesWritten-By – Phil Baxter. A2a. Whistling In The Dark Vocals – Clancy HayesWritten-By – A. Boretz, D. Suesse.
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from album: Bing And Connee (1952). Have ya heard about a place in town An eatin' place, drinkin' place of great renown Ooh-wah, Ooh-wah. There is a rib joint where the folks all meet Meet ev'ry mornin' for to drink and eat It's not so high class but it can't be beat Between 18th and 19th on Chestnut Street. You hear piano played by Stacy Trent He is a famous boogie woogie gent You ought to stop there if you're pleasure bent Between 18th and 19th on Chestnut Street
You hear piano played by Stacy Trent He is a famous boogie woogie gent You ought to stop there if you're pleasure bent Between 18th and 19th on Chestnut Street. Come along some night, if you're feelin' right Wear a cloud for a hat You have a reservation For some daybreak syncopation That's where the Hoiti Toi meet the Hoi Polloi. The man that owns it is Sylvester Brown His girl friend Bessie wears a rhinestone gown It's on the south side at the edge of the town Between 18th and 19th on Chestnut Street.