A talented jazz bassist who played with the Bob Crosby Band and World’s Greatest Jazz Band, among others.
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After Crosby broke up his band in 1942, Haggart became a studio musician and was on a countless number of sessions (particularly for Decca). In addition to his studio work, the busy bassist teamed up with Yank Lawson for recordings as the Lawson-Haggart Band. Bob Haggart participated in many Bobcat reunions with Bob Crosby, co-led the World's Greatest Jazz Band with Lawson starting in 1968, and was a steady fixture at many jazz parties and festivals through the years prior to his death on December 2, 1998.
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Stand Still Stanley song by Bob Haggart, Peanuts Hucko, Toots Mondello now on JioSaavn. English music album V-Disc Era 1943-1949. Download song or listen online free, only on JioSaavn. V-Disc Era 1943-1949.
Haggart (center) in New York, 1947. Background information. In 1935, Haggart became a member of the Bob Crosby Band. He arranged and composed "Big Noise from Winnetka", "My Inspiration", "What's New?", and "South Rampart Street Parade". He remained with the band until it dissolved in 1942, then began working as session musician, with much of his time spent at Decca Records. He recorded with Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, and Ella Fitzgerald; his arrangements can be heard on Fitzgerald's album Lullabies of Birdland.
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|A||–New York Stars||Jammin' On A V-Disc
Written By – Hofstein
|B||–Bob Haggart And His Boys*||Stand Still Stanley
Written-By – Freeman*
- Alto Saxophone – Toots Mondello (tracks: B)
- Band – Roy Ross And His Ragamuffins (tracks: A)
- Bass – Bob Haggart (tracks: B)
- Clarinet – Peanuts Hucko (tracks: B)
- Drums – Buddy Rich (tracks: A), Bunny Shawker (tracks: B)
- Guitar – Danny Perry (tracks: B)
- Piano – Count Basie (tracks: A), Stan Freeman (tracks: B)
- Tenor Saxophone – Artie Drelinger* (tracks: B), Illinois Jacquet (tracks: A)
- Trumpet – Chris Griffin (tracks: B), Roy Eldridge (tracks: A)
NotesSide A - Jazz "TT" Release
Side B - Swing "TT" Release
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, [Label]): JB 431
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, [Label]): JB 439