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Alton Moore

The person who whoops it through to trombone on Fats Waller’s classic recording of “The Joint Is Jumpin'” had an extended, productive career in music from the times of minstrel shows and medication shows. His glory times had been certainly the ’30s and ’40s, where wonderful collaborations occurred with Waller, …

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