“Stardust” – Irving Mills And His Hotsy Totsy Gang (1929)

(Mitchell Parrish/Hoagy Carmichael); Brunswick; New York, September 20, 1929: Mannie Klein, Leo McConville, t / Miff Mole, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, Arnold Brilhart, cl, as / Pee Wee Russell, cl, ts / Hoagy Carmichael, p, cel / Joe Tarto, bb / Chauncey Morehouse, d, vib.

A Youtube repost.

Be sure to click the player cogwheel to increase the clarity and sound.

Read more about “Irving Mills And His Hotsy Totsy Gang” from the late 1920s: redhotjazz.com

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2 thoughts on ““Stardust” – Irving Mills And His Hotsy Totsy Gang (1929)

  1. Agreed Thom! What a beautiful and melodic arrangement, and one of the few examples where I’ve heard Pee Wee playing both tenor sax and clarinet. So glad Hoagy isn’t singing on this one, that’s for sure. I’ll see if I can make a future video where Pee Wee really “squawks” the clarinet! Thanks for the response.

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