Edmond Hall’s Blue Note Jazz Men – Blues at Blue Note (1943)

“An outstanding clarinetist famed for his exuberant, rough-edged solos and his tenure with Louis Armstrong’s All-Stars. It took Edmond Hall a long period to develop his own musical individuality, but by the early ’40s he had a very distinctive and dirty sound on the clarinet that was immediately recognizable within one note.” Source

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