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Andy Kirk And His Twelve Clouds Of Joy - The Chronological Classics 1939-1940 (1991)

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Andy Kirk And His Twelve Clouds Of Joy - The Chronological Classics 1939-1940 (1991)

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01. You Set Me On Fire (2:58)
02. (I Guess) I'll Never Learn (3:13)
03. Close To Five (2:56)
04. Floyd's Guitar Blues (3:10)
05. 'I Wanna' Go Where You Go - Do What You Do Then I'll Be Happy (2:32)
06. S'posin' (2:27)
07. I'll Never Fail You (2:55)
08. Why Don't I Get Wise To Myself (2:43)
09. I'm Getting Nowhere With You (2:46)
10. I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You (3:03)
11. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (2:52)
12. Big Jim Blues (2:56)
13. Wham (Wham, Re, Bop, Boom, Bam) (3:05)
14. Love Is The Thing (2:58)
15. Why Go On Pretending (2:57)
16. It Always Will Be You (3:17)
17. Fine And Mellow (3:03)
18. Scratchin' In The Gravel (3:11)
19. Fifteen Minute Intermission (3:06)
20. Take Those Blues Away (2:51)
21. Now I Lay Me Down To Dream (2:54)
22. There Is No Greater Love (3:02)

Harold Baker 	Trumpet
Don Byas 	Sax (Tenor)
Booker Collins 	Standup Bass, String Bass
Ted Donnelly 	Trombone
John Harrington 	Baritone, Clarinet, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone)
Edward Inge 	Clarinet, Sax (Tenor)
Andy Kirk 	Director, Primary Artist, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Bass), Tuba
Harry Lawson 	Trumpet
Earl Miller 	Sax (Alto)
Rudy Powell 	Sax (Alto)
June Richmond 	Vocals
Fred Robinson 	Trombone
Floyd Smith 	Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Pha Terrell 	Vocals
Ben Thigpen 	Drums
Earl Thomson 	Trumpet
Clarence Trice 	Trumpet
Henry Wells 	Trombone
Mary Lou Williams 	Alto, Arranger, Composer, Piano
Dick Wilson 	Sax (Tenor) 

 

Andy Kirk's Twelve Clouds of Joy was a top-notch Kansas City swing band that, by 1939, featured the pop vocals of Pha Terrell, the more blues-oriented singing of June Richmond, creative arrangements by Mary Lou Williams, and some excellent soloing from pianist Williams and Dick Wilson on tenor. Most memorable in this entry in Classics' "complete" Andy Kirk CD series are "Floyd's Guitar Blues" (an odd but pioneering electric guitar feature for Floyd Smith), "Wham" and "Scratching In the Gravel." ---Scott Yanow, AllMusic Review

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