Note(s)Lawrence Snub Mosley (1905-1981) is best known for inventing the slide saxophone, an instrument that had a reed mouthpiece as well as a slide. Primarily a trombonist, he worked with such artists as Claude Hopkins, Fats Waller and the Luis Russell Orchestra under the direction of Louis Armstrong. Mosley played mostly in the New York area into the late 1970s, including a regular engagement at the prominent Frolic nightclub. He made recordings for the American music labels Decca, Sonora, Penguin as well as Pizza, a British label.
Note(s)Pages 34-52 are duplicate transcript pages corresponding to parts of Tape 1 Side2 and Tape 4 Side 1; Pages 34-48 DUPLICATE ...pp. 75-101 and pages 48-52 DUPLICATE ... pp. 244-250
Table of ContentsPage numbers here indicate page numbers for "Read Online" interface. Page numbers listed on transcripts may differ.
Pages 35-52 are duplicate transcript pages corresponding to part of Tape 1 Side 2 and Tape 4 Side 1
Tape 1 Side 1...pp. 2-34
Tape 1 Side 2...pp. 54-102
Pages 34-48 DUPLICATE ...pp. 75-101
Tape 2 Side 1...no transcripts
Tape 3 Side 1...pp. 103-154
Tape 3 Side 2...pp. 155-204
Tape 4 Side 1...pp. 205-252
Pages 48-52 DUPLICATE ...pp. 244-250
Tape 4 Side 2...pp. 253-295
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