Sandy Brown became one of the UK's most gifted Jazz players. From his early days, heavily influenced by the legendary Johnny Dodds, he followed the Traditional Jazz route before developing a more Mainstream approach. In the very early days in Edinburgh he produced a series of recordings which have become the subject of folklore: issued by a record shop based in Glasgow in very, very limited quantities. That any have survived over 60 years is remarkable. That they have survived in reasonable enough condition to to able to be cleaned up to make them listenable is amazing. Sidemen who went on the become leading Jazz men in their own right include Al Fairweather, Stan Greig and Alex Welsh.
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