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MATTY MATLOCK & Ray Eindorff <br> Music From Jack Webb's Pete Kelly's Blues <br> 1955 (Columbia Records - Out of Print)

Details: Columbia CL 690, mono deep groove, Red & black six eye label states "nonbrekable", 1955.

Condition: Vinyl VG- (some light scratches), Jacket VG- (some splitting at seams)

Out of Print and Not Available as CD.

From the All Music Guide:
This obscure LP features the Dixieland tunes that were utilized in the Jack Webb Hollywood movie Pete Kelly's Blues. Although four songs (which are given rather sappy treatment) feature Ray Heindorf directing the Warner Bros. Orchestra, most of the other performances are not from the film's soundtrack. Peggy Lee and Ella Fitzgerald sang in the movie but are not on this album. However, the same hot combo from the movie (and one that would soon have an independent life) is featured on eight numbers. Trumpeter Dick Cathcart played all of Jack Webb's solos and the other musicians are trombonist Moe Schneider, clarinetist Matty Matlock (the bandleader), Eddie Miller on tenor, pianist Ray Sherman, guitarist George Van Eps, bassist Jud DeNaut, and drummer Nick Fatool. Among the tunes that they jam are "Smiles," "What Can I Say Dear After I Say I'm Sorry," "I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now," and a heated "Oh, Didn't He Ramble." Well worth picking up by Dixieland collectors.

The tracks are:
1 Pete Kelly's Blues - Ray Heindorff Conducting the Warner Bros Orchestra
2 Smiles - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
3 Sugar - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
4 What Can I Say Dear After I Say I'm Sorry - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
5 I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now - Matty Matlock
6 Somebody Loves Me - Ray Heindorff Conducting the Warner Bros Orchestra
7 He Needs Me - Ray Heindorff Conducting the Warner Bros Orchestra
8 Breezin' Along With the Breeze - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
9 Hard-Hearted Hannah - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
10 Bye Bye Blackbird - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
11 Oh, Didn't He Rambler - Matty Matlock and His Jazz Band
12 I Never Knew - Ray Heindorff Conducting the Warner Bros Orchestra

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