Bad Penny Blues
Probably better known in later life for his acclaimed turn as the host of BBC Radio 4's I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue, Humphrey Lyttelton had already cemented his reputation as a bona fide jazz legend when he penned the now-standard Bad Penny Blues in 1956, the first jazz record to make the UK top 20 and a tune much admired by Humph's hero and, later, friend, Louis Armstrong. This brand new collection brings together 44 of Humph's finest recordings.
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