Thursday, August 14, 2008

Milt Herth Trio - Blue Danube Swing (Phillips) DECCA 91831




Milt Herth Trio - Blue Danube Swing (Phillips) DECCA 91831

Some More Of The Milt Herth Trio.. I Have about 20 or so "Numbers" from these cool cats of the Hammond kind.


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Milt Herth Trio - Blue Danube Swing MP3 "Good"
Milt Herth Trio - Blue Danube Swing MP3 "Too Much Noise Reduction"
Milt Herth Trio - Blue Danube Swing MP3 "Fake Stereo"

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this, wonderful stuff of years ago! This may very well be the artist I'm looking for....I have a great Jersey Bounce from somewhere but I can't seem to find the artist. It's organ, drums, piano and a male vocalist. You don't happen to have?

Cheers,
RT

Emme Demmendal said...

I just found out that it indeed is the Milt Herth Quartet playing the Jersey Bounce - It was included in a presented radio show which happend to be online. Well after hearing so much Milt I couldn't think of anyone else!
Also I found a CD series called "Chronological Classics" number 667 titled Willie "the Lion" Smith 1937 - 1938. Turns out it's a bit of a misnomer: Decca hired Willie to spruce up Milts sessions, and much of the material is actually Milt Herth. This is a French series of about 500(!) CDs of remastered 78's, well done and documented.

BC3 said...

Ok, so I guess I just sort of answered my own question about where to find more Milt: right here! Thanks again. I'm really looking forward to checking this stuff out