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The Kit Cat Band: Play Hot Dance Music 1925-27

Track List

>From Now On
>Can't Your Friend Find a Friend for Me
>Milenberg Joys
>My Sugar
>Riverboat Shuffle
>If You Hadn't Gone Away
>Headin' for Home
>Camel Walk, The
>Piccadilly Strut
>Breezin' Along With the Breeze
>I've Got Some Lovin' to Do
>I Wonder What's Become of Joe?
>Crazy Quilt
>Brown Sugar
>Ain't She Sweet?
>Sam, the Old Accordeon Man
>Uncanny Banjo
>Sad 'n' Blue
>Number Ten
>Muddy Water

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

This new release contains the Kit-Kat Bandís original LP recordings from 1979, revisited and presented as a new album for a whole new generation to enjoy. The Kit-Cat band was the house band of the Kit-Cat night club in London that first opened its doors in 1924. The 10 piece band was assembled by Britainís best-known band leader, Jack Hylton, and was directed by Boston saxophonist, Al Starita. Producer Chris Ellis recently rediscovered this album which he produced in 1979. Upon hearing it again, he felt that it was worthy of being represented to a new audience. Ellis kept the original notes by Brian rust, and the cover art was given to Ellis by his friend Margret, Duchess of Argyll.

Album Notes

Liner Note Authors: Chris Ellis; Brian Rust.

Photographers: Chris Ellis; Nick Dellow; Mark Berresford.


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