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Bulee "Slim" Gaillard (January 9, 1911 – February 26, 1991), also known as McVouty, was an American jazz singer and songwriter who played piano, guitar, vibraphone, and tenor saxophone.
Slim Gaillard and Bam Brown,’ originally issued across four sides on 78-rpm, 2-single album, Disc 6022-6023, September 1946, and reissued on Mercury 11033-11034. All four parts later issued as two Mercury 45-rpm seven-inch singles, and the A-side of 10 EP Mercury/Clef MG C-506. Boogie Woogie at the Philharmonic by Meade Lux Lewis was the EP’s B-side). Track 19: ‘Slim Gaillard and His Musical Aggregations,’ originally issued on the 10 LP, Wherever He May Be, Norgran MGN-13. 20. Gomen Nasai alternate take (10).
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Bulee Slim Gaillard was, according to most sources, born in Detroit, Michigan. He sometimes claimed to have been born in Cuba, during a stopover on the island by his merchant marine father. More certain is that Gaillard was raised in Detroit where he attended school and studied music for the first time. His first instrument was the vibraphone; piano and guitar eventually became his main instruments, although he was more or less accomplished on others, including congas, bongos, and different saxophones. In fact, Gaillard got his start in music as a tap dancer who played guitar.
He rose to prominence in the late 1930s with hits such as "Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy)" and "Cement Mixer (Put-Ti-Put-Ti)", after forming Slim and Slam with Leroy Eliot "Slam" Stewart. Around Christmas 1985, Gaillard recorded the album Siboney at Gateway Studios in Battersea, London, produced by Joe Massot. As Massot recalled later