Steppin' Along: A terrific Carl Fenton recording.

by Albert Haim

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The listing in Lord's disco:

Carl Fenton And His Orchestra : no details except Jerry White (vcl)
New York, c. September 27, 1929
GEX2369-A Steppin' along (jw vcl) Gen 7013, Harrison LP-B

The clarinet solo was thought to be by Jimmy Dorsey. I agree. Not only that, but
I think the solo is highly Bixian.

It was also suggested that Irving Peskin was the trumpet soloist. I cannot be Peskin. By Sep 27, 1929.Peskin had moved to Hollywood. I hear Manny Klein. No?

Albert

The record label.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156232043142652&set=gm.1668475536572699&type=3&theater

Some of William Kernell compositions:
http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/46205/Kernell_William_composer

Albert
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Posted on Feb 6, 2018, 5:53 PM

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