A shadowy physique in jazz and blues history, Clifford Hayes was a violinist, but was even more significant like a innovator of recording classes. He documented with Sara Martin (1924), and frequently teamed up with banjoist Cal Smith in early jug rings including the Aged Southern Jug Music group, Clifford’s Louisville Jug Music group, the well-known Dixieland Jug Blowers (1926-1927), and Hayes’ Louisville Stompers (1927-1929). Among the Dixieland Jug Blowers’ classes featured the fantastic clarinetist Johnny Dodds, while pianist Earl Hines was a shock star using the normally primitive Louisville Stompers (a jug-less group having a front type of Hayes’ violin and Hense Grundy’s trombone). Clifford Hayes’ last recordings had been in 1931, and most of his classes (plus those of various other jug rings) can be found on four RST CDs.
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|I Am Evangeline||2015|
|Anne & Richard||2006||Short|
|Marshall Law||2002||TV Series as Clifford Hayes|
|Li'l Elvis Jones and the Truckstoppers||1998||TV Series 1 episode|
|State Coroner||1997||TV Series 1 episode|
|Grim Pickings||1989||TV Mini-Series|
|We of the Never Never||1982||as Clifford Hayes|
|Dead Man's Float||1980||as Clifford Hayes|
|Young Ramsay||1977||TV Series 1 episode|
|The Sullivans||1976||TV Series|
|Homicide||1972-1973||TV Series 3 episodes|
|Anne & Richard||2006||Short producer|
|Neighbours||1985||TV Series post-production supervisor - 1 episode|
|Nirvana Street Murder||1990||thanks|
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|1979||AFI Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Achievement in Editing||Mad Max (1979)||· Tony Paterson|
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