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Amen, but Henderson's arranger Don Redman, and FH's brother deserve a  
lot of that credit, also.



> Well...mebbe...but I'd still give a LOT of credit to Fletcher  
> Henderson,
> who was one of the first jazzmen to abandon the relentless "two-beat"
> rhythm of early jazz (and "dixieland"...!) for the four-beat rhythm  
> that
> marked early "swing" experiments. Note that one can also listen to
> Glen Gray (i.e. "Casa Loma Stomp" c. 1930-31)...!
>
> Comment ca va?!
>
> ...stevenc