A pioneering Australian jazzman, Graeme Bell recorded a thorough series of sizzling jazz performances (especially during 1947-1952) which were quite influential in the Australian traditional jazz picture. Bell worked expertly from the past due ’30s nonetheless it was after he created his Australian Jazz Music group and toured in European countries for a complete yr (1947-1948) that his make of freewheeling jazz (combining together requirements and obscurities) produced its impact, documenting in Czechoslovakia, Paris, and London before coming back home. Back, Bell in 1949 helped discovered the Swaggie label and revisited European countries many times in the 1950s and documented extensively until 1967. Among his even more significant sidemen had been cornetist Roger Bell (his talented sibling); Lazy Ade Monsborough on clarinet, trumpet, and trombone; clarinetist Don Roberts; and in the first ’60s, trumpeter Bob Barnard. Graeme Bell continued to be energetic on a part-time basis in the 1980s and ’90s.