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Earl Robinson  And The Five Scamps - Live At The Sni-Blue Lounge Volume #1 album flac Performer: Earl Robinson
Title: Live At The Sni-Blue Lounge Volume #1
Style: Swing
MP3 album: 1926 mb
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Genre: Jazz

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There, workers Earl Robinson (from Kansas City, Kansas) and James Whitcomb (from Baxter Springs, Kansas), along with two others, would entertain to pass the time. A Mr. Mason nicknamed them "The Scamps of CC Camp," and the nickname stuck. As time went on, the unremembered two would be replaced by brothers Wyatt and Torrence Griffin (two more Kansas City residents). Their first professional appearance was at the Sherman Bar, at 9th and Locust, in Kansas City, Missouri. Since the Scamps played various instruments as well as doing vocals and dancing, they made a decision to become a full-spectrum act, not just singers. Johnny Tumino, of Consolidated Orchestras of America, became their manager. Tumino booked them into some appearances in California, and they all piled into Rudy's father's car and drove out there.

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Tracklist

A1 Route 66
A2 Mood Indigo
A3 You've Changed
A4 Bye Bye Blues
B1 St. James Infirmary
B2 Satin Doll
B3 Where Or When

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Sni-Blue Lounge

Credits

  • Bass – Oscar "Lucky" Wesley
  • Piano – Jimmy "Cootes" Dye
  • Tenor Saxophone – Arthur Jackson
  • Trumpet, Drums, Vocals – Orestes Tucker
  • Vocals – Earl Robinson

Notes

The release date of this is unknown but was more than likely released in the early 1980s. In the press notes on the back cover, the last year mentioned is 1975 and it makes mention of the 1970s as a decade.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): PG-102-A 13743+
  • Matrix / Runout: PG-102-B 13744+