Oral history of jazz in Britain
Hamilton, Andy. (4 of 4). Oral history of Jazz in Britain
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Hamilton, Andy, 1918- 1918- (male)
Wilmer, Val, 1941- (female)
Clark, Christopher, 1952-
Part 4. Move to England. Disliked London. George Tyndale, Frank Holder. Club 6, Birmingham: 'Scotty' (trumpet), Clement Davis. Racism in 1950s Birmingham. West Indian community groups. Birmingham West Indian Commonwealth Social Club. Andy's 'home town'. Tower Bar Room, Joe Harriott. Jamaican musicians in the UK: Bertie King, Pete Pitterson. Andy Hamilton big band, for young musicians. The Blue Pearls. Midlands Youth Jazz Orchestra. Keys to the City of Birmingham
Recorded in a public venue in the outskirts of Birmingham. The later stages of the interview suffer from considerable interference from activities in a neighbouring room..