The Temperance Seven - Everybody Loves My Baby ~ Swing, jazz and blues - Dance to the music

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The Temperance Seven - Everybody Loves My Baby



Here is a video clip with the song Everybody Loves My Baby performed by The Temperance Seven, a seven-piece band from Britain playing popular music and jazz from the 1920s and 30s.

I really like the cinematography of the video clip.

Also check out another version of Everybody Loves My Baby by Red Nichols that I've posted before.

What do you think of The Temperance Seven? Please comment.


5 comments:

Mikael said...

I like the saxophones!

Nik Payton said...

A superb clip of a great band. Alan Cooper, heard briefly behind the vocal, is in my opinion one of the most underrated clarinet players. His style was fluid, 'hot' and full of inventive ideas. John R.T. Davies of course also passed through their ranks - and we all owe a huge debt to him for his amazing re-mastering of classic jazz 78's and LP's.

Just found this blog and I'm looking forward to reading and listening to much more swing!

Best,

Nik Payton

Henrik said...

Hi Nik!

Wow, John R.T. Davies was involved with them? Do you have any more information about that to share?

/Henrik

Jamie Evans said...

http://alancooper.wetpaint.com/

Alan Cooper passed away in August 2007. I played piano on his trio for many years and set up the above website in his memory if anybody is interested.

JustinTime said...

Thanks. I have always been a fan of the Temperance Seven. Do you have any sheet music of their tunes?
We would like to play in their style..........