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Look Who's Here

Fred Sugar Hall , His Sugar B Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (July 13, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Retrieval Records
  • ASIN: B003E6FVVA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #519,999 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sobbin ' Blues
2. Look Who's Here!
3. My Sugar
4. She's Driving Me Wild
5. Dallas Blues
6. Is It Possible?
7. Someday You'll Say "O.K."
8. Louder and Funnier
9. West End Blues
10. Missouri Squabble
11. I Faw Down and Go "Boom"
12. Wipin' the Pan
13. Betty
14. Emaline
15. What Do You Think of My Baby?
16. The Shoes We Have Left Are All Right
17. Piccolo Pete
18. Harmonica Harry [#]
19. Harmonica Harry
20. 'Tain't No Sin [#]
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5.0 out of 5 stars A SENSE OF UNINHIBITED EXUBERANCE July 5, 2011
Sobbin' Blues; Look Who's Here!; My Sugar; She's Driving Me Wild; Dallas Blues;Is It Possible? (AF); Someday You'll Say "O.K." (AF); Louder and Funnier (FH); West End Blues ; Missouri Squabble; I Faw Down And Go "Boom" (AF); Wipin' The Pan (AF, FH); Betty (AF, FH); Emaline (AF, FH); What Do You Think Of My Baby?(AF, FH); The Shoes We Have Left Are All Right (AF); Piccolo Pete (AF); Harmonica Harry; Harmonica Harry (AF); 'Tain't No Sin: 'Tain't No Sin (AF);
Headin' South (AF); How's Your Uncle, How's Your Auntie? (AF); Red Headed Baby (AF)

Vocals: AF - Arthur Fields; FH - Fred Hall

Fred Hall played in what used to be known as a "peppy" style, and his recordings convey a sense of uninhibited exuberance. Most of his records came out on the Okeh label, and many were issued in England on Parlophone. This compilation spans his known output, beginning in mid-July 1925 with his first two sessions, both of which were very jazz-oriented. The band gradually began to move towards a more novelty style, both in choice of material (often written by Fred Hall and vocalist Arthur Fields) and treatment, as can be discerned from the titles.

As compiler Chris Ellis points out in his liner note, a major factor seems to have been the arrival of Philip d'Arcy, who played harmonica, violin, piccolo and second piano, and imparts a distinctive country flavour to some numbers. Not that they abandoned their jazz roots; Mike Mosiello joined in mid-1928 and the session for Banner that October produced creditable versions of two standards. This reissue also includes alternate non-vocal takes of "Harmonica Harry" and "'Tain't No Sin", and the rare Clarion coupling from the band's last known session in late 1931. Sound quality is first-rate, and this should appeal to devotees of the Roaring Twenties.
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