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Jazz at the 100 Club

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Introduced by Russell Davies At the the 100 Club in London's Oxford Street, some of the best in British jazz. Taking part:
The Pizza Express All Stars Dave Shepherd (clarinet) Danny Moss (tenor sax)
Roy Williams (trombone) Colin Smith (trumpet) Brian Lemon (piano) Len Skeat (bass), and the late Kenny Clare (drums) The Stan Tracey Quartet Stan Tracey (piano)
Art Themen (tenor sax) Roy Babbington (bass) Clark Tracey (drums)
Five-a-Slide - a combination of five virtuoso trombonists -
Roy Williams , Pete Strange ,
Jim Shepherd , Roy Crimmins and Ray Wordsworth. Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer phujp SPEIGHT (R)

Contributors

Introduced By: Russell Davies
Tenor: Danny Moss
Unknown: Roy Williams
Unknown: Colin Smith
Bass: Len Skeat
Unknown: Kenny Clare
Unknown: Stan Tracey
Piano: Stan Tracey
Bass: Roy Babbington
Bass: Clark Tracey
Unknown: Roy Williams
Unknown: Pete Strange
Unknown: Jim Shepherd
Unknown: Roy Crimmins
Unknown: Ray Wordsworth.
Director: Tom Corcoran

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