A jazz group led by Andy Kirk, who played saxophone and tuba. These were closely from the term ‘Kansas Town Jazz’. At several situations between 1929 and 1948 (if they disbanded) soloists such as for example Dick Wilson, Ted Donnelly, Harold ‘Shorty’ Baker, Howard McGhee and Mary Lou Williams used them. Williams was the true superstar with her eclectic piano virtuosity which range from ragtime and blues to Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines in strategy. The biggest strike for the clothing was ‘Until GENUINE Shows up Along’ (1936), this highlighted Pha (pronounced Fay) Terrell whose design was something of the acquired flavor. Although with the capacity of playing great quality, Clouds Of Pleasure gained a popularity for inconsistency.