Clever bandleaders who are drawn to a name simply because classy and mysterious simply because the Hollywood Sepians ought to be on observe that now there has recently been such an organization in the mid-’30s, led with a pianist, singer, and songwriter named Alex Hill who was simply an in depth collaborator from the famed Fatty acids Waller. The entire name from the clothing was Alex Hill & His Hollywood Sepians, with some credits falling the “Hollywood” just like the last reel of the bad film. That decision may be depending on the actual fact that Hill’s group documented in NEW YORK, not out western world. But Hill acquired crafted the name properly, hinting highly at the current presence of a number of music artists from Hollywood in the lineup. The la-la property luminaries overlapped into many members of Fatty acids Waller’s music group from the time such as for example trumpeter Herman Autrey and reed participant Gene Sedric. A number of the various other associates, including alto saxophonist George Adam as well as the outstanding New Orleans jazz clarinetist Albert Nicholas, acquired proved helpful previously with Hill at a 1929 documenting program. The Hollywood Sepians completed a complete of four monitors throughout two periods for Vocalian kept in regards to a month aside. The songs documented included “Fuctionizin” — a Waller structure — and three originals by Hill, who typically acquired no trouble discovering plenty of materials when the tape was moving. A buoyant disposition was in the environment whenever this music group met up, or at least that impression was aiming to be produced, judging from the current presence of both “Let’s Possess a Jubilee” and “Ain’t It Fine?” Organist Jimmy Smith also known as his back-up group “the Sepians” through the late ’40s.