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> Santa Paula Serenaders (1935) Argentina, Tiger Rag (El Paso del Tigre) / Santa Paula Stomp
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post Oct 29 2010, 04:49 PM
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Hi again, here two excelents recodings by :



Santa Paula Serenaders Carmelo Vanni, Juan Carlos Belossi (tp) Pablo Gatti (tb) Dante Varela, DarioFontana, Alberto Conles (cl,as) Josť Rossino (cl,ts) Enrique Varela (bar) Ricardo Antin, Josť D'Elia (p)Emilio Brameri (accor) Raul Sanchez Reinoso (bj,g,dir) Simon Teplitzky, Tulio Pivetti (vln) Emilio Mendez (bass) Fernando Reinoso Rosso (d) Juan Carlos Thorry, "Blackie" (vcl)

Buenos Aires, September 20, 1935


Tiger Rag (El Paso del Tigre)
Santa Paula Stomp


Note : The above are 12 inch (30 cm) 78 RPM records.

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post Oct 29 2010, 09:58 PM
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Cristian - I really like what I'm hearing. A very enjoyable mix of instruments.

But I am hearing only one recording - both links are giving me the same tune. unsure.gif

Neither one sounds like Tiger Rag to me so I guess they are both copies of Santa Paula Stomp.


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post Oct 29 2010, 10:56 PM
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QUOTE (laughland @ Oct 29 2010, 04:58 PM) *
Cristian - I really like what I'm hearing. A very enjoyable mix of instruments.

But I am hearing only one recording - both links are giving me the same tune. unsure.gif

Neither one sounds like Tiger Rag to me so I guess they are both copies of Santa Paula Stomp.




ohmy.gif Sorry!!!!!!! Now is correct, you can hear Tiger Rag (El Paso del Tigre) wink.gif


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post Oct 30 2010, 01:04 AM
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QUOTE (cristian1929 @ Oct 29 2010, 05:56 PM) *
ohmy.gif Sorry!!!!!!! Now is correct, you can hear Tiger Rag (El Paso del Tigre) wink.gif


I hear it just fine now! I'm so glad you fixed it - these are both great recordings.


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post Nov 4 2010, 04:35 PM
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QUOTE (cristian1929 @ Oct 29 2010, 11:49 AM) *

!!!Just a marvelous arrangement, especially with the scat vocal!!! !!!Thanks!!!

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post Jan 13 2011, 03:02 AM
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Boy, it seems like every country in the 1930s with a recording studio put out at least one version of Tiger Rag. (I think the British did about nine million of 'em.)

I recognize the first and last choruses as Ray Noble's arrangement. The clarinet, 1st trumpet, alto sax and trombone solos are copied off Ellington's recording. The 2nd trumpet solo is off Noble's record, and the tenor sax solo is the alto solo on Noble's record transposed a 4th down!

Isn't it great finding stuff like this?


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