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Lonesome Horn

by Drew Page

Jazz Clarinet by artist Drew Page features great standards -Stardust, Deep Purple-Body And Soul-Ghost Of A Chance and more.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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1. Lonesome Horn
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2. Deep Purple
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3. A Ghost Of A Chance
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4. How Low The Earth
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5. Star Dust
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6. Rise And Shine
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7. Tenderly
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8. I Surrender Dear
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9. Jo-So Jive
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10. Body And Soul
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11. Cool Mirage
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12. Hobo's Holiday
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Album Notes
Drew Page started his jazz career in Dallas with such well known personalties as Spud Murphy, Harry James, Warren Smith and Dave Mathews. Drew was featured at the famous Chicago jazz spot, the Gay Nineties, with pianist Mel Henke from 1938 to 1940. In Hollywood he worked with Red Nichols,Phil Harris,Freddy Martin and radio staff orchestras. In 1951 Drew was featured with the Billy Roe
Quartet in Bakersfield, California where he came in contact with Ralph Yaw,arranger and composer, and Georgie
Starbuck Galbraith poet and lyricist.Their song, Lonesome Horn, sets the mood for this album which was recorded
in Hollywood in 1956 .


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Margie Drew McCann

Lonesome Horn
Drew was my father and the sound and quality is wonderful. Thank you,
Margie Drew Page McCann

Richard Hanson

Totally awesome. Drew was a "musician's musician" in every respect. Take time to read his biography entitled "Drew's Blues", published in 1980 by Louisiana State University Press. It's a great book.