- Title:Blue Turning Grey
- Style:Dixieland, Ragtime
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1596 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1802 megabytes
- Size WMA version1311 megabytes
- Formats:AA MIDI AHX XM VOX WAV DMF
Ade Monsbourgh, Frank Traynor, Fred Parkes, Peter Gaudion, Roger Bell, Ron Williamson. Variations: Viewing All Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers. Frank Traynor And Jazz The Preachers, Frank Traynor And The Jazz Preachers, Frank Traynor And The Preachers, Mr. Frank Traynor And His Jazz Preachers.
Frank Traynor (8 August 1927 – 22 February 1985) was an Australian jazz musician, trombonist and entrepreneur based in Melbourne. He led Australia’s longest continuously running jazz band, the Jazz Preachers, from 1956 until his death in 1985. He founded the Melbourne Jazz Club in 1958. He founded and ran Frank Traynor's Folk and Jazz Club (1963–75), which played a central role in the Australian folk revival.
Trombonist Frank Traynor gained experience with Len Barnard and Frank Johnson before forming his own band, the Jazz Preachers (which included Roger Bell, Ade Monsbourgh and Graham Coyle) in 1958. The items on this CD are unissued takes from some of his commercial recordings. The 23 tracks include Charleston, Doctor Jazz, and Saturday Night Function.
Blue Turning Grey Over You" is a 1929 jazz standard. The music was composed by Fats Waller, with lyrics by Andy Razaf. Fats Waller recorded the song for Victor Records (catalog No. 25779) on June 9, 1937. Louis Armstrong recorded a version for Okeh Records (catalog No. 41375) on February 1, 1930 and he recorded it again in 1955 for the album Satch Plays Fats.
A1. Washington Square Written-By – Goldstein. A2. Sweet Patootie Arranged By – Frank. Just A Closer Walk With Thee Arranged By – Frank Traynor. Companies, etc. Published By – Palings ∙ Sydney Distributed By – W & G Distributing Co. Pty. Ltd. Published By – Woomera Music Pty. Limited Published By – J. Albert & Son Pty.
Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers – Judy Durham with Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers. Webb Brothers – Clancy of the Overflow LP. Louisa Wisseling – The Seekers. The Seekers - The Seekers Sing Their Big Hits (1965) WG 25/2512 Yellow label with blue text. Original release with B&W image on album cover. A different colour photograph was used on a stereo release of this album. Dennis Gibbons - "The Drovers Dream" 1964. The Breakaways - "Bonaparte's Retreat"/"You're just in love".
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|A5||Blue Turning Grey Over You||4:34|
|B3||Darktown Strutter's Ball||3:21|
|B5||Sweet Georgia Brown||4:38|
- Published By – E. H. Morris
- Published By – J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Lawrence Wright Music
- Published By – Allan's
- Published By – Leeds Music
- Published By – Woomera Music Pty. Limited
- Bass – Joe McConechy
- Clarinet – Michael Longhurst
- Drums – Don Boardman
- Engineer – Ron Halstead
- Photography – Kevin Bolton
- Piano – Roger Hudson
- Sleeve Notes – Bill Hawtin
- Tenor Saxophone – Michael Longhurst
- Trombone – Frank Traynor
- Trumpet – Peter Gaudion
- Vocals – Joe McConechy, Michael Longhurst, Peter Gaudion
NotesRecorded by Champion Sound Services, Melbourne, April/May 1977
Private issue LP