2001); Clancy Hayes Sings/Lu Watters And His Jazz Band (Verve Down Home Serie, 1950, ed. ca. 1956); Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band w/ Clancy Hayes ( RCA, 1955); Swingin' Minstrel (Good Time Jazz, 1956); Clancy Hayes & The Salty Dogs: Oh! By Jingo (Delmark, 1964); Live at Earthquake McGoon's (ABC Records, ...
Clarence Leonard Hayes was an American jazz vocalist, banjoist and guitarist born November 14, 1908, in Caney, Kansas. He lived in Parsons, Kansas for a short time, and the town is the subject of his song "The Parsons, Kansas Blues". He worked always as a professional musician, turning up in San Francisco in 1926.
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WISE GUYS -- w/ the Original Salty Dogs, 1964. TRAVELIN' SHOES -- Clancy Hayes solo, c. early 1960s. CLANCY HAYES 2A.mp3. SAILING DOWN CHESAPEAKE BAY -- Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band, c. 1950. ROSE OF WASHINGTON SQUARE - solo. AUNT HAGAR'S BLUES -- Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band ...