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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Blind Bruce, Sep 5, 2009.
I've used this for Sugar Blues
OMG!! I always thought Clyde Mccoy was a little too commercial for my liking. Shame on me! Listen to his incredible and very original version of Basin Street Blues. What a sound!!
YouTube- BASIN STREET BLUES by Clyde McCoy Vogue Picture Disc R707 1946
Assuming this is "The Real McCoy". And I have heard he was a direct desendant of the famous McCoys of Tennessee!
A pixie mute tends to kill my horn below G so I use a harmon mute and it works fine.
I used a harmon with a Getzen Eterna cornet when I recorded Sugar Blues for the Illinois Brass Band's CD entitled: "Shaken, not stirred" I thought it worked pretty well!
Silicon Valley Brass Band - A Traditional British Brass Band
South Bay Brass
Some great information here... Thanks all.
Amazing sound, like the trumpet is talking in baby talk. . . .. very cool. . .. like when Steve Vai played "Passion and Warfare."