|THE MUSIC: DIRECTOR'S NOTES|
| TRACK 6
LLOYD GLENN WITH JOE PULLUM
This is the blue piano number heard as Fletcher is first seen in the Formosa Cafe, meeting the "Wrong Texan" (played by Junior Brown). It is played by San Antonian Lloyd Glenn. As an integral behind-the-scenes fixture on the L.A. postwar blues scene, pianist/arranger/A&R man Lloyd Glenn had few equals. His rolling ivories anchored many of Lowell Fulson's best waxings for Swing Time and Checker, and he scored his own major hits on Swing Time with the imaginative instrumentals "Old Time Shuffle Blues" in 1950 and "Chica Boo" the next year. Glenn was already an experienced musician when he left the Lone Star State for sunny California in 1942. He had a long career as pianist and A&R executive.
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