Rundfunk „Treffpunkt Jazz. Total playing time approx. Rights Society: GEMA.
Jazz Live Montreux '89 is a dixieland music live album recording by PEANUTS HUCKO released in 1989 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Bass– Colin Gieg Clarinet– Michael "Peanuts Hucko" Drums– Butch Miles Piano– Johnny Varro Tenor Saxophone– Danny Moss Trombone– Roy Williams Trumpet– Randy Sandke Vibraphone– Lars Erstrand Vocals– Louise Tobin. Cassette IBM Deutschland GmbH – SP 54789 (Germany). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Swing That Music Star Line 1995.
PEANUTS HUCKO is a big band dixieland music artist. PEANUTS HUCKO demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs). PEANUTS HUCKO re-issues & compilations.
The recording is as excellent as the music. This is just great jazz music with an occasional vocal by Peanuts and his wife Louise Tobin. If you like Louis Armstrong and Benny Goodman, you'll love this album. One person found this helpful. Peanuts Hucko and his wife, Louis Tobin who appears on the album, were heavy-hitters among peers and aficionados alike. I love SWING THAT MUSIC.
Now You Has Jazz (1958) Louis Armstrong (tp, vo), Trummy Young (tb, vo), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Mort Herbert (sb), Danny Barcelona (dm), Velma Middleton (vo) Live at the 1958 Monterey Jazz Festival. Introductionchet Baker Quartet (1958) Spoken by Dizzy Gillesoie Live at the 1958 Monterey Jazz Festival. Undecided (1958) Louis Armstrong (tp, vo), Trummy Young (tb), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Billy Kyle (p), Mort Herbert (sb), Danny Barcelona (dm), Velma Middleton (vo) Live at the 1958 Monterey Jazz Festival.
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Michael Andrew "Peanuts" Hucko (April 7, 1918 - June 19, 2003) was an American big band musician. His primary instrument was the clarinet but he sometimes played various saxophones. He was born in Syracuse, New York, and moved to New York City in 1939; he played tenor saxophone with Will Bradley, Tommy Reynolds and Joe Marsala until 1940.
|A1||Swing That Music
Written-By – Gerlach*, Armstrong*
|A2||Basin Street Blues
Written-By – Williams*
|A3||There'll Be Some Changes Made
Written-By – Higgins*, Overstreet*
|A4||A Beautiful Friendship
Written-By – Styne*
Written-By – Fats Waller
|B1||Seven Come Eleven
Written-By – Goodman*
|B2||Memories Of You
Written-By – Eubie Blake
Written-By – Klenner*, Lewis*
|B4||When You're Smiling
Written-By – Goodwin*, Shay*, Fisher*
|B5||One O'Clock Jump
Written-By – Basie*