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The First Kid Clayton Session: 1952

The First Kid Clayton Session: 1952

At the time his music was recorded in 1952, highly-respected trumpet player Kid Clayton was somewhat elusive, playing with pick-up marching bands but with no steady ensemble. After some effort, composer and jazz aficionado Alden Ashforth arranged a recording session, which features Clayton’s buoyant trumpet playing alongside a host of skilled musicians, including Joe "Kid" Avery on trombone.

Track Listing

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The Sheik of Araby Kid Clayton 3:30
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See See Rider Kid Clayton 4:54
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103
Gettysburg March Kid Clayton 2:52
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Coquette Kid Clayton 8:17
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The Sheik of Araby Kid Clayton 2:57
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Bye Bye Blackbird Kid Clayton 1:25
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See See Rider Kid Clayton 3:42
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Corrine, Corrina Kid Clayton 3:08
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In the Groove Kid Clayton 5:49
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Jimmy's Blues Kid Clayton 5:06
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Shake It and Break It Kid Clayton 4:26
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