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JAZZ ART

Obtainable ‘only at' Clements Musical Services, 31 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. No idea who0 they were pressed by. The catalog numbers ranged from 1 to 62, and were prodiced from 1948 to 1952. 

Miller [M] lists records of Len Barnard's Jazz Band, and Don ‘Slpinter' Reeves (tenor sax) and his Splintet (corney!). The most prolific recording artist appears to be Frank Johnson, with the leader on trumpet.

Record in collection:

A042  c3 JAZZ ART 
Obtainable only at Clemens Musical Service, Melbourne.
JA29.  WORN OUT BLUES (Clarence Williams). Frank Johnson's Fabulous Dixelanders.
Geoff Kitchen, clarinet. Wes Broiwn, drums. Bill Tope, banjo. Jack Connelly, bass. Geoff Bland, piano. Warwick Dyer, trombone. Frank Johns on, trumpet.
JA29.  TIGER RAG (La Rocca).  Ibid.