Jack Pettis, an early on pre-swing jazz pioneer, became a secret when he dropped from the music world in 1940 and had not been heard from once again. His inevitable loss of life went undetected and there is nothing known about his later on life despite intensive study by many inquisitive jazz enthusiasts. Pettis was a good if not excessively distinctive participant throughout his truncated profession. He was self-taught for the C-melody saxophone as an adolescent. He worked well in Chicago with Elmer Schoebel and Paul Mares, signing up for the highly important New Orleans Tempo Kings with whom he documented during 1922-1923. Pettis became a member of Ben Bernie’s Orchestra in 1924 and the next year took an extraordinary solo on a brief sound film (included on the video In the Jazz Music group Ball) of Bernie’s music group playing “Lovely Georgia Dark brown,” getting the distinction to be among the 1st jazz soloists on film. Pettis started making recordings like a innovator in 1926 and through the next 2 yrs recorded extensively along with his personal groups, along with Bernie, the Whoopee Manufacturers, and Irving Mills’ Hotsy Totsy Gang. Among Pettis’ sidemen on different selections had been Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Dick McDonough, Spencer Clark, Tommy Dorsey, Jack port Teagarden, Glenn Miller, and Benny Goodman. He also had written or co-wrote many catchy music including “St. Louis Shuffle” (later on documented by Fletcher Henderson), “Freshman Hop,” “Sweetest Melody,” and “A Handbag O’ Blues.” But after 1930, Jack port Pettis only produced yet another appearance on record (a 1937 day he going that led to “Hawaiian Temperature Wave” and “Golf swing Program in Siberia”) and by the ’40s, he previously completely disappeared, evidently lost forever. Luckily most of his classes as a innovator (apart from the 1937 day), alongside some other shows. have already been reissued on the Kings Cross twice CD.
|1||Jack Pettis was a band leader (Jack Pettis and His Pets) and composer of a number of popular tunes, most notably the "Bugle Call Blues" otherwise known as the "Bugle Call Rag." He played clarinet and saxophone and appeared in a number of other musical organizations (New Orleans Rhythm Kings and Ben Bernie's Orchestra) before branching out on his own.|
|Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian||2009||writer: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|The Aviator||2004||lyrics: "Bugle Call Rag" 1923 / music: "Bugle Call Rag" 1923|
|La fille sur le pont||1999||writer: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|Royal Society Jazz Orchestra||1986||TV Special lyrics: "Bugle Call Rag" / music: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|Zoot Suit||1981||writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|Jazz Party||1958||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Benny Goodman Story||1956||writer: "Bugle-Call Rag"|
|Hollywood Bound||1947||lyrics: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|That's the Spirit||1945||writer: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|Stage Door Canteen||1943||music: "Bugle Call Rag" 1922 - uncredited|
|Orchestra Wives||1942||writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|Jan Garber and His Orchestra||1941||Short lyrics: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|Swing, Hutton, Swing||1937||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals||1935||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|Phil Spitalny and His Musical Queens||1934||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|Vaudeville||1934/II||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|A Bundle of Blues||1933||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag"|
|Smash Your Baggage||1932||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|Betty Boop's Ups and Downs||1932||Short writer: "Bugle Call Rag" - uncredited|
|My Lady's Past||1929||music: "A Kiss To Remember"|
|Why Be Good?||1929||writer: "Freshman Hop" - uncredited|
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