- Title:Clyde McCoy And His Waa-Waa Dixieland Band
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- Size FLAC version1772 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1290 megabytes
- Size WMA version1308 megabytes
- Formats:RA AIFF AA AHX APE AAC VOC
Clyde Lee McCoy (December 29, 1903 – June 11, 1990), was an American jazz trumpeter whose popularity spanned seven decades. He is best remembered for his theme song, "Sugar Blues", written by Clarence Williams and Lucy Fletcher, and also as a co-founder of Down Beat magazine in 1935. The song hit in 1931 and 1935, in Columbia and Decca versions, and returned to Billboard magazine's Country (Hillbilly) chart in 1941.
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Clyde McCoy's "Wa-wa" mute trumpet provides a unique interpretation of the tunes on this album. While he was mostly considered a novelty performer, McCoy's work is surprisingly pleasant to listen to after all these years. Melodic, amusing, and engaging, this is a very enjoyable collection.
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Clyde McCoy (December 29, 1903 in Ashland, Kentucky – June 11, 1990 in Memphis, Tennessee), a famous jazz trumpet player, is best remembered for his themes song, Sugar Blues, and popularity expanding seven decades. Introduced in 1967, the Vox Clyde McCoy Wah-wah pedal was the most significant guitar effect of its time.
|A3||Birth Of The Blues|
|A4||Hot Sugar Blues|
|A6||Tear It Down|
|B2||Swinging Shepard Blues|
|B4||Just Before Dawn|
|B5||When The Saints Go Marching|
|B6||Hot Eyes Of Texas|
NotesNotes by Richie Becker
|ST 5000||Clyde McCoy||Clyde McCoy And His Waa-Waa Dixieland Band (LP)||Todd||ST 5000||US||1959|