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"That" Buster Smith?

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While I listened to some other titles on YT I came across this clip:

It is written down below that recorded band consists of following members:

New York, October 16, 1941. Chester Boone, trumpet & vocal; Buster Smith, clarinet; George Johnson, alto sax; Chauncey Graham, tenor sax; Lloyd Phillips, piano; Vernon King, string bass; Shadrack Anderson, drums

So, if it is "that" man who thought Charlie Parker, is there any other recorded sides made by this particular group, and with recorded solos on clarinet?

It would be such a thrill to hear them.

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Boone's Jumping Jacks made 4 tracks on that recording session, but according to Bruyninckx this was the only session they ever did.

You can listen to all 4 of them on HEP CD 1066, "Sounds of Harlem Vol. 2".

And it is indeed "our" Buster Smith (who came up with the original arrangement of One O'Clock Jump).

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Boone's Jumping Jacks made 4 tracks on that recording session, but according to Bruyninckx this was the only session they ever did.

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Same on Rust.

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