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Guy" Lombardo (London, 19 June 1902 - Houston, 5 November 1977) was a Canadian conductor and violinist. From 1929 he began conducting his orchester during the year-end concert, which was broadcast throughout the country on radio. Ironically called "the king of the horn" because of his preference for the warm and melancholic tones of this instrument, which was laughed at by critics for its simple sound, he had great popularity for his way of conducting the so-called "sweetest side of heaven music".
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On the other hand, in Blue Knights, an obedient recording, is the model Guy Lombardo, clarinet solo. While the orchestra neither vibrates nor has a hostile sound.... to Guy Lombardo (on the subway) doesn't allow it. Even more disturbing is the vocal intervention of Herb Jeffries, here on his debut on record.