Clyde Lee McCoy (December 29, 1903 – June 11, 1990), was an American jazz trumpeter whose popularity spanned seven decades. He is best remembered for his theme song, "Sugar Blues", written by Clarence Williams and Lucy Fletcher, and also as a co-founder of Down Beat magazine in 1935. The song hit in 1931 and 1935, in Columbia and Decca versions, and returned to Billboard magazine's Country (Hillbilly) chart in 1941
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7. Johnson Rag. 8. Jazz Me Blues. 9. South Rampart Street Parade. 10. My Heart At They Sweet Voice. 11. Opus Number One. 12. Memphis Blues. Clyde McCoy's "Wa-wa" mute trumpet provides a unique interpretation of the tunes on this album. While he was mostly considered a novelty performer, McCoy's work is surprisingly pleasant to listen to after all these years. Melodic, amusing, and engaging, this is a very enjoyable collection.
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Redirected from St Louis Blues (song)). Saint Louis Blues" (or "St. Louis Blues") is a popular American song composed by W. C. Handy in the blues style and published in September 1914. It was one of the first blues songs to succeed as a pop song and remains a fundamental part of jazz musicians' repertoire.
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