Albert Wynn is a little-known but very fine trombonist who worked with various big bands in Chicago during the 1920s, and visited Europe with Arthur Briggs in the early 1930s. He recorded but little; this session represents a third of the known records under his own name. His fine, broad, sweeping tone is heard to good advantage however, and the performances are very satisfactory all around, being very well recorded.
|Title||Recording Date||Recording Location||Company|
|Down By The Levee
Vocal Chorus by "Punch"
|She's Crying For Me
|Lester Boone||Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone|
|Punch Miller||Cornet, Vocals|