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TRENIERS! 1972 LP Signed by all 4 Brothers Plus Five Band Members!<br>SOLD!

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Louis Jordan is generally given credit as the first "rock & roll" performer, but the Treniers were closer to the mark with their brand of hot jump blues, thumping, shouting and squawking with an agressiveness that Jordan didn't come close to. The Treniers consisted of four brothers, two of which were twins, Claude and Cliff. The twins started their career in the Jimmie Lunceford and soon became so popular that it was obvious they should break out on their own.

This LP ("Popcorn Man" TT SLP 408, stereo) is dated in 1972 and appears to be an independent release. The back of the jacket was signed by ALL FOUR BROTHERS, Claude, Cliff, Milt and Buddy (Buddy's signature is on the far right and didn't fit in the scan - but it 's bold and legible!) Other band members who have signed are Chip Cole (Count Basie alumni bassist), Slim Richards, Gene Espesito, one illegible name and alto sax great Don Hill. Hill has an impressive resume himself, having played with the likes of Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Jimmy Witherspoon, Arvell Shaw, Barney Bigard and Red Callender among others.

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