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George Wettling's Jazz Band

 

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This record was made in New York City in 1951 featuring Wild Bill Davison (cornet), Jimmy Archey (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Joe Sullivan (piano), Eddie Condon (4-string guitar), Bob Casey (bass), and George Wettling (drums).

George Wetting was a Chicago drummer influenced by Baby Dodds who is best remembered for his work with Muggsy Spanier and Eddie Condon. He took up abstract painting towards the end of his life.




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