Although few realize it, a lot of people have heard Al Klink’s tenor literally a huge selection of times; he is able to be noticed trading off with fellow tenor Tex Beneke around the popular edition of Glenn Miller’s “WITHIN THE Feeling!” Klink, a far greater jazz improviser than Beneke, regrettably by no means received any actual popularity. Klink was with Miller’s Orchestra during its primary years (1939-42) but was hardly ever presented. After Miller proceeded to go into the armed service, Klink caused Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey. He became a studio room musician once the golf swing era finished and was small noticed from in jazz circles apart from his using the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra during 1952-53. Klink re-emerged in 1974 when he became an intermittent person in the World’s Greatest Jazz Music group. He had possibilities to record with Glenn Zottola and George Masso in the past due 1970’s for the Famous Door label and was energetic until retiring to Florida within the middle-1980’s. Al Klink’s just record date being a leader led to six titles to get a 1955 Grand Prize record that he distributed to Bob Alexander.
|1||Saxophonist with Glenn Miller (1939-42), Benny Goodman (1942-44) and Tommy Dorsey. Subsequently worked as studio musician.|
|Orchestra Wives||1942||Band Member (uncredited)|
|Sun Valley Serenade||1941||Orchestra Member (uncredited)|
|Satan in High Heels||1962||musician: reeds|
|The Steve Allen Plymouth Show||1959||TV Series||Himself - Jazz Saxist|
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