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Dave Dallwitz Jazzmen - Midnight Crawl album flac Performer: Dave Dallwitz Jazzmen
Title: Midnight Crawl
Style: Ragtime
Released: 1975
MP3 album: 1973 mb
FLAC album: 1743 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Genre: Jazz

A fine Australian songwriter/composer, Dave Dallwitz has nine of his compositions performed on this LP by a variety of top Aussie trad players. Among the best-known players are trumpeter Bob Barnard and Ade Monsborough on clarinet and tenor, but even the most obscure musicians are top-notch. The music is essentially updated Dixieland with a few tricky chord changes and subtle surprises included.

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David Friedrich "Dave" Dallwitz (25 October 1914 – 23 March 2003) was a South Australian jazz musician, painter and art teacher whose work spanned almost seven decades. Dallwitz was born in Freeling, South Australia the son of (Joseph) Ernst Dallwitz and his wife Clara Magdalena Dallwitz (née Rohde). He studied violin as a child, and after moving with his family to Adelaide in 1930 he developed an aptitude for jazz piano. Dallwitz died on 24 March 2003 in Adelaide after finishing the art work for his album The Dave Dallwitz Big Band live at Wollongong, December 1984. This album was the result of the band's second appearance at the Australian Jazz Convention, Wollongong in 1984 and was mastered and co-produced by trumpeter Greg Englert, who was lead trumpet for the concert. Tenor saxophonist John McCarthy died on 6 October 2011.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A 1 Forgotten Woman's Blues
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ade MonsbourghBanjo – Norm KoshClarinet, Soprano Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloeTrumpet – Bill Munro , Bob BarnardTuba – Ron WilliamsonVibraphone – John Sangster
5:18
A 2 Don't Monkey With It
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ade MonsbourghBanjo – Norm KoshClarinet, Soprano Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloeTrumpet – Bill Munro , Bob BarnardTuba – Ron WilliamsonVibraphone – John SangsterVocals – Roger Bell
4:02
A 3 Midnight Crawl
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ade MonsbourghBanjo – John SangsterClarinet, Soprano Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloeTrumpet – Bill Munro , Bob BarnardTuba – Ron WilliamsonVibraphone – John Sangster
5:33
A 4 Brancusi Bird
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ade MonsbourghBanjo – John SangsterClarinet, Soprano Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloeTrumpet – Bill Munro , Bob BarnardTuba – Ron WilliamsonVibraphone – John SangsterVocals – Roger Bell
4:38
A 5 Heart Throb
Bass – Joe McConechyClarinet – Tas BrownClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Neville StriblingClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ade MonsbourghDrums – Len BarnardGuitar – Peter CleaverPiano – Vic ConnorTrumpet – Bob Barnard
3:38
B 1 Andamooka
Bass – Ed GastonClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloeTrumpet – Alan Nash, Bob Barnard
3:54
B 2 Peach Pie
Bass – Ed GastonClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloeTrumpet – Alan Nash, Bob BarnardVocals – Beverley Hay
3:59
B 3 Mootwingie
Banjo – Norm KoshClarinet – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloTrumpet – Bill Munro , Bob BarnardTuba – Ron Williamson
4:38
B 4 Marrakesh
Bass – Ed GastonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloTrumpet – Alan Nash, Bob Barnard
4:44
B 5 Dreamtime
Bass – Ed GastonClarinet, Soprano Saxophone – John McCarthyDrums – Len BarnardPiano – Graham CoyleTrombone – John CostelloTrumpet – Alan Nash, Bob BarnardVibraphone – John Sangster
5:57

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – EMI Studios Sydney
  • Recorded At – Bill Armstrong Studios

Credits

  • Engineer [Melbourne Session Recording Engineer] – Roger Savage
  • Engineer [Sydney Session Recording Engineer] – Martin Benge
  • Producer – Nevill L. Sherburn

Notes

A Swaggie Records Production
Sydney session recorded at E.M.I. (Australia) Limited.
Melbourne session recorded at Bill Armstrong Studios.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side A): S1343 A 2YSS3397
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side B): S1343 B 2YS3398