Readers who know the value of a good thing will keep their back numbers of this Journal, and thus can save them­selves further reading. This record was noted at length by Stanley Dance in the “Lightly and Politely” column, issue of July 1960, when he dealt with its American issue.

It is a delightful record, good natured, and done entirely for enter­tainment. Obviously the musicians were entertained as well, and there are a number of humorous passages, notably the very prolonged trill in Earl’s old favourite “St. Louis…



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