Clarence Williams’ Blue Five was a studio room band of the first ’20s whose regular membership today seems while phenomenal while its records will need to have sounded at that time. These were led and structured by pianist/maker Clarence Williams, whose skill at the key pad was decidedly even more marginal than his capability at recruiting amazing players — their rates included Sidney Bechet and Louis Armstrong, and Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Don Redman, and Bubber Miley also participated within their classes, regularly fronted by such best vocal skill as Sippie Wallace and Margaret Johnson or, simply normally, Williams’ own partner, Eva Taylor. Their information, which heavily highlighted Armstrong, are one of the highlights from the OKeh label’s result between 1923 and 1927. He also collected together music artists as Clarence Williams’ Blue Seven, among various other ensembles
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|The Cat's Meow||2001||performer: "Everybody Loves My Baby" 1924, "Wild Cat Blues" 1923|
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