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  • Singer: Rosy McHargue's Ragtimers
  • Album: Rosy McHargue's Ragtimers
  • MP3: 1839 mb | FLAC: 1519 mb
  • Released: 1974
  • Style: Dixieland, Ragtime
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Doubling on C-melody sax and clarinet, Rosy McHargue is heard on this LP leading his regular band of the period. For what was just his second album as a leader, McHargue plays high-quality 1920s jazz with cornetist Bob Higgins, trombonist Moe Schneider, pianist Earle Sturgis, bassist Ray Leatherwood and drummer George Defebaugh

Rosy Mchargue's Ragtimers is a dixieland music album recording by ROSY MCHARGUE released in 1974 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Palasteena A2 Singin' The Blues A3 Davenport Blues A4 Basin Street Blues A5 Down In Jungle Town A6 Don't Bring Me The Blues B1 Rosy's Hangover Rag B2 Sweet Georgia Brown B3 Jazzin' The Blues Away B4 'Till We Meet Again B5 Night Wind B6 That Mysterious Rag. Line-up/Musicians. Bass – Ray Leatherwood Clarinet – Rosy McHargue Cornet – Bob Higgins Drums – George Defebaugh Piano – Earle Sturgis Saxophone – Rosy McHargue Trombone – Moe Schneider.

Rosy McHargue was the second oldest active jazz musician in history, behind Eubie Blake (who made it to 100). Always associated with Dixieland and 1920s jazz, McHargue in his later years developed into a singer with an encyclopediac knowledge of lyrics (including verses and alternate choruses) from many forgotten songs from the 1920s and before. This 23 track CD contains his complete output from 1952-56 and features Bob Higgins, Moe Schneider, Earle Sturgis, Ray Leatherwood, George Defebaugh, Don Owens and Joe Rushton. Audio CD (September 5, 2003)

Performer: Rosy McHargue's Ragtimers; Rosy McHargue; Bob Higgins; Moe Schneider; Ray Leatherwood; Earle Sturgis; George Defebaugh Writer: Egan; Whiting. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mm truncated eliptical, . mm truncated conical, . mm truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames

The Complete Recordings 1952-1956 by Rosy McHargue's Ragtimers; The Historic 1947-1950 Recordings by Castle Jazz Band; "The Radio Years" 1939-46 by Benny Carter and his Orchestra. Levin, F. (2005) The Complete Recordings 1952-1956 by Rosy McHargue's Ragtimers; The Historic 1947-1950 Recordings by Castle Jazz Band; "The Radio Years" 1939-46 by Benny Carter and his Orchestra. In: Popular Music and Society, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 419-425.

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James "Rosy" McHargue (April 6, 1902 in Danville, Illinois – June 8, 1999 in Santa Monica, California) was an American jazz clarinetist, associated principally with the Dixieland jazz scene. McHargue worked professionally from age 15, with The Novelty Syncopators in 1917.

Tracklist

A1 Palasteena
A2 Singin' The Blues
A3 Davenport Blues
A4 Basin Street Blues
A5 Down In Jungle Town
A6 Don't Bring Me The Blues
B1 Rosy's Hangover Rag
B2 Sweet Georgia Brown
B3 Jazzin' The Blues Away
B4 'Till We Meet Again
B5 Night Wind
B6 That Mysterious Rag

Credits

  • Bass – Ray Leatherwood
  • Clarinet – Rosy McHargue*
  • Cornet – Bob Higgins
  • Drums – George Defebaugh
  • Piano – Earle Sturgis
  • Saxophone – Rosy McHargue*
  • Trombone – Moe Schneider
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