Despite upsetting theTraditional Jazz fans by bringing a saxophone into his band in the mid 1950s and pursuing a Mainstream style of Jazz Humphrey Lyttelton never lost his roots. Occasionally he would venture back into a more Traditional style. Here he teams up with his his erstwhile partner from his early band, the redoubtable Wally Fawkes, and in the company of other stalwart traditionalists like Colin Bowden, Keith Nichols, John Beecham and Paul Sealy he revisits some of his old repertoire. This CD was previously released as Stomp Off CD1238.
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