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There is no tenor solo after the vocal on this one—just the full band sustaining big, fat chords and drummer George Wettling MP3) down a solid beat as Berigan takes to his horn for the climax. Again, there are four little episodes of two bars each: two in the upper middle register, two lower down, then a final clarion call, a series of strong, singing high Cs, balanced on perfectly c ontrolled lip trills, to push off his half-chorus assault on the summit.

It is all done in that punishing high register, and all with no loss of power, tone size, or melodic shape. There is a magnificent lunge to a high F in bar three, the chimelike E flats at the end of bar four, the same descent with its echo of Louis Armstrong.

There is no longer the thrill of discovery in this performance. Berigan is retracing familiar steps by now, but because of that this performance radiated a greater assurance. At the end, rather than going straight to the high E flat as he had a year and a half earlier, Berigan spins things out a bit for the sake of drama. He plays first his B flat, drops to a G for a moment to build tension, and then, after an artful pause, vaults to the high E flat and finds it waiting there for him as the band chimes in underneath to finish the performance.

Sudhalter, page This allowed his chops to receive maximum blood circulation so that when he went upstairs, his sound would remain full and rich, not pinched or piercing. Another interesting sidelight to both this recording and its predecessor is how much Bunny Berigan had altered the original Ira Gershwin lyric.

Most of this retooling had been done by the time the Vocalion recording was made. But the process of evolution had nevertheless continued after that recording.

Here is a comparison between the original lyric as written by Ira Gershwin and what Berigan sang on his Victor recording:. Much before my time I became interest in swing through my father. Same of the Tommy Dorsey hits he was on. He also put out some lovely small group sides under his own name, including some homages to Bix Beiderbecke that deserve hearing.

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