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September 03, 2007

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David Brent Johnson

Marc, also check out (if you haven't already) Red Norvo's otherworldly 1933 quartet version of "In a Mist" with Benny Goodman on bass clarinet.

We did a centennial special on Bix several years ago, "Never the Same Way Twice," that's been archived over at the Bixology site--includes an interview with Sudhalter and lots of Bix music:

http://ms.cc.sunysb.edu/%7Ealhaim/audiotapes.htm#neverthesametwice.

That site also has a discography (not sure if it's complete or not) of recordings of "In a Mist":

http://ms.cc.sunysb.edu/%7Ealhaim/recordingsinamist.htm#RecordingsofinAmist

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