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Cecil Scott and his Bright Boys
Victor V-38117 was released under the name of Cecil Scott and his Orchestra.

Cecil Scott and his Bright Boys

Cecil Scott and his Bright Boys – left to right: – Dicky Wells, Arnold Bolden, Frankie Newton, Jimmy Smith, Bill Coleman, Don Frye, Cecil Scott, John Williams, Mack Walker, Harold McFarren.

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Bright Boy Blues
(Cecil Scott / Don Frye)
11-19-1929 New York, New York Victor
V-38117-B
In A Corner
(Cecil Scott)
11-19-1929 New York, New York Victor
V-38098-B
Bluebird
B-8276-B
Lawd, Lawd
(Cecil Scott)
11-19-1929 New York, New York Victor
V-38098-A
Bluebird
B-8276-A
Springfield Stomp
(Cecil Scott / Don Frye)
11-19-1929 New York, New York Victor
V-38117-A

Cecil Scott and his Bright Boys

Artist Instrument
Bill Coleman Trumpet
Don Frye Piano, Arranger
Harold McFerran Alto Saxophone
Frankie Newton Trumpet, Vocals
Cecil Scott Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bass Saxophone
Dickie Wells Trombone
John Williams Alto Saxophone

 

 

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