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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of King Kong / Riverside Blues on Discogs. Label: Columbia - SCD • Series: Lansdowne Jazz Series • Format: Vinyl 7 Terry Lightfoot's New Orleans Jazzmen* - King Kong / Riverside Blues (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  3. A new release in the on-going series based on the Record Supervision archive of classic jazz albums from the s. Terry Lightfoot was the other clarinettist giving Acker Bilk a serious run for his money in the popularity stakes during the Trad Boom. Although his band never had the hits the Bilk band enjoyed it still proved popular/5(5).
  4. Apr 21,  · Terry Lightfoot () was a significant British trad clarinetist and bandleader for several decades. After leading a band in and serving in the RAF, he put together Terry Lightfoot’s New Orleans Jazzmen in and had hits during the trad boom during with “True Love,” “King Kong,” and “Tavern In The Town.”.
  5. Terry Lightfoot's Jazzmen A: Bali Ha'i B: Tain't What You Do: Columbia UK: SCD Sep 7" 1: Terry Lightfoot's Jazzmen A: Country Blues B: Michele: Columbia UK: SCD Feb 7" 0: Terry Lightfoot's Jazzmen A: If I Ruled The World B: Sweet Georgina: Columbia UK: DB Jul 7" 0: Terry Lightfoot's Jazzmen A: Alley.
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  7. b. 21 May , Potters Bar, Middlesex, England. Lightfoot made his first appearance on the UK jazz scene as a clarinettist in the early 50s. After leading his own band throughout the 50s, he maintained a band into the next decade, having established a reputation strong enough to shrug off the decline in popularity of his brand of music.
  8. In the heady days of the Trad Boom of the late s/early s there were the three big names Ball, Barber and Bilk, but running alongside was Terry Lightfoot. The term 'Trad' was invented for the Lightfoot band (it was the title of an album made in ). Terry regularly beat Acker Bilk as top Jazz clarinetist in the Melody Maker Readers' Poll/5(2).

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