Film, Video JAZZ 625: BUCK CLAYTON
(Theme) Steve Race
Prod: Terry Henebery
- JAZZ 625: BUCK CLAYTON
- Contributor Names
- prod: Terry Henebery (director)
- (theme) Steve Race (composer)
- Created / Published
- - Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
- - Made-for-TV series.
- - Feature film (over 60 minutes).
- - 1. "Frankie and Johnny" (trad.) arr Eddie Harvey; "Copper rail", "Green tiger", "Red barrel blues", "Carole’s caper" by Buck Clayton; "If I could be with you" by Henry Creamer, James P. Johnson; "Cotton tail" by Duke Ellington; "Me and Buck" by Humphrey Lyttelton. 2. "Stompy Jones", "Unbooted character" by Duke Ellington; "Copper rail" by Buck Clayton; "It’s the talk of the town" by Marty Symes, Al J. Nieburg, Jerry Livingston; "Robin’s nest" by Illinois Jacquet, Sir Charles Thompson; "Blues in the afternoon" by Humphrey Lyttelton; "The hucklebuck" by Roy Alfred, Andy Gibson. (Songs)
- - Introduced by Steve Race:- Buck Clayton, trumpet; accompanied by Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band. (Personnel on Camera)
- - Two programmes recorded on 25th October 1964.
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