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After You've Gone: Sophie Tucker acc by Miff Mole's Molers: 1927-04-11: Sophie Tucker v Red Nichols t Miff Mole tb Jimmy Dorsey cl as Ted Shapiro p Eddie Lang g Joe Tarto bb Vic Berton d : 4921: 1999-05-27: St. Louis Blues: Emmett Miller acc by his Georgia Crackers: 1928-08-09
The rhythm is clipped and proper just the thing for the dance floor. Note the xylophone counterpoint and some neat trumpet. After You've Gone is by the black vaudevillian Harry Creamer (with music by Turner Layton) and has remained in the jazz repertoire since its first introduction. After You've Gone Leadsheet Musicnotes Edition: This digital sheet music was either arranged by Musicnotes.com's staff of professional arrangers and composers or it is a new engraving of the composition's original printed arrangement. Check out After You've Gone by Sophie Tucker & Miff Mole's Molers on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.co.uk. May 20, 2011 · “ [Miff Mole]… sounded like a guy who started out as a legit player and came to Jazz from there. A lot of trombone players at that time had different little tricks, ways they found of getting around things. Miff went at it straight, head on: that slide was always in motion, all those maneuvers of the positions. Trombonist Miff Mole gained some fame in the 1920s for his many recordings with cornetist Red Nichols. At a time when many other trombonists had a much more percussive approach, Mole had an unusual style full of staccato runs, unpredictable interval jumps and impressive technique.
Sophie Tucker (vocalist) Note on name: Sometimes billed as "Sophie Tucker, The Queen of Jazz." Search Sophie Tucker on wikipedia.org = Recordings are available for online listening.