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Statler is sick (of the show), so Waldorf brings his wife, Astoria , to the show. Meanwhile, Inspector LaBrea of the County Environmental Department arrives backstage to monitor the noise level of the show. LaBrea tells Kermit that to keep the noise down, he has to cut the trumpets for the show. Kermit tries to keep LaBrea busy while Dizzy performs. At last, things turn out all right, because LaBrea reveals that he's a big fan of the trumpetist, and he accompanies Dizzy and the Electric Mayhem on saxophone in the closing number.

That IS Charlie Smith on drums! He is my brother; father to Jeanette (Smith) Veney and son of Thomas P. and Gladys V Smith. He was left handed. His last (so far known to me) recording was the Catbird Seat with Mitchell Ruff Duo. Charles was always in the studio recording! A consummate sideman! If you love jazz, listen to some of his other recordings; you’ll find him in the liner notes.

 · Live at The Royal Festival Hall, London. Dizzy was 72 at the time of this concert which would put this recording at 1989, or so. He stills plays the ...

As the second movement moves to its closing section, the arrangement increases in intensity and drama, and it was easier to hear the orchestra’s various sections. I could more easily place the strings and oboes on the soundstage, and as the movement became more dynamic I was able to keep track of the various elements of the orchestration. As the piece came to a quieter close, light notes from Evans hanging in the air, the music seemed to resolve more satisfyingly on vinyl.


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