Monday, April 28, 2008

Max Bacon - Requested Re-Up


"Max was the larger-than-life drummer with the Ambrose Orchestra for many years, who also had a unique Jewish-style humour. Prior to joining Ambrose in late 1927, he had been with Leon van Straten's band in 1926 and also was briefly with Fred Elizalde's band (which seems to be made up of Ambrose musicians) and Al Starita's Kit-Cat band (probably a temporary substitute for Eric Little). He was a regular member of Ronnie Munro's band which recorded for Parlophone and Imperial from 1926 to 1929, and also with Arthur Lally's band at Decca in the early 1930s. His stint with Ambrose lasted until 1940 and his wry comments may be heard on a number of comedy titles, including the famous number "Cohen the Crooner (The Crosby of Mile-End)" which is extant on film. On leaving Ambrose, Max went into variety, and also acting, taking small parts in films and television shows."


Max Bacon - William T. Hell

Max Bacon - Little Red Hooding Ride

Max Bacon - Even A Crooner Must Eat


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3 comments:

roger said...

what happened to Max?

wastedpapiers said...

I guess the file has outstayed it's welcome! You should have got here sooner roger! Files are up for seven days or a little longer if people keep clicking on them.qn

Riva said...

How can I get these wonderful classics of Max Bacon - after searching the internet for some (obviously not very efficiently) I have just tracked him down. Riva