|Studio album by|
|Recorded||April 21 and 22, 1959|
|Label|| Felsted |
|Dicky Wells chronology|
Trombone Four-in-Hand is an album by trombonist Dicky Wells which was recorded in 1959 and released on the Felsted label.
Ken Dryden of AllMusic states: "Dicky Wells is one of the most important swing trombonists, though he is better known for his work as a sideman than as a leader. But when he got the occasional opportunity to lead a record date, which was all too infrequent, he made the most of it. ... Spirited solos and tight horn ensembles are common features throughout most of the session".
All compositions by Dicky Wells except where noted.
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