Adrian Rollini
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1903-06-28
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Adrian Rollini

Adrian Rollini Biography (Wikipedia)

Adrian Francis Rollini (June 28, 1903 – May 15, 1956) was an American jazz multi-instrumentalist who played the bass saxophone, piano, vibraphone, and many other instruments. Rollini is also known for introducing the goofus in jazz music. As leader, his major recordings included "You've Got Everything" (1933), "Savage Serenade" (1933) and "Got The Jitters (1934) on Banner, Perfect, Melotone, Romeo, Oriole, "A Thousand Good Nights" (1934) on Vocalion, "Davenport Blues" (1934) on Decca, "Nothing But Notes", "Tap Room Swing", "Jitters", "Riverboat Shuffle" (1934) on Decca, and "Small Fry" (1938) on Columbia.

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At The Jazz Band Ball
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At The Jazz Band Ball
Bix Beiderbecke & Bix Beiderbecke
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Joe Venuti / Eddie Lang Blue Five, Joe Venuti, Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang, VENUTI, JOE & EDDIE LANG, Phil Wall, Adrian Rollini & Jimmy Dorsey
Raggin' The Scale
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Raggin' The Scale
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Davenport Blues
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Davenport Blues
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