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  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - Original Dixieland One Step - OKeh 40932 Red Nichols, t / Miff Mole, tb / Fud Livingston, cl, ts / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Arthur Schutt, p / Dick McDonough, bj / Eddie Lang, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, August 30, 1927.
  • J'Adore MIFF MIFF TAKE/60 Short Film Competition Finalist Dir. Emily Dalkin
  • Red & Miff's Stompers - Slippin' Around - Victor 21397 Red Nichols, t / Miff Mole, tb / Pee Wee Russell, Fud Livingston cl, ts, a / Lennie Hayton, p / Carl Kress, g / Jack Hanson, bb / Vic Berton, d. New York, October 12, 1927.
  • Melbourne International Film Festival 2010 (MIFF) Opening night on the red carpet at MIFF chat to the stars of the film.
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - Navy Blues - OKeh 41373 Phil Napoleon t / Miff Mole, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Babe Russin, ts / Lennie Hayton, p / Carl Kress, g / Stan King, d. Adrian Rollini, bsx, hfp / Scrappy Lambert, v. New York, February 6, 1930.
  • Sophie Tucker, Miff Mole and his Molers - What'll You Do (1927) Sophie Tucker (Jan.13,1884-Feb.9,1966) was a singer and comedian, one of the most popular entertainers in America during the first two-thirds of the 20th century. She was born Sonia Kalish to a Jewish family in Tsarist Russia. Her family emigrated to the United States when she was an infant, and settled in Hartford, Connecticut. The family changed its name to Abuza, and her parents opened a restaurant. She started singing for tips in her family's restaurant. In 1903, at the age of 19, she was briefly married to Louis Tuck, from which she decided to change her name to "Tucker." Tucker played piano and sang burlesque and vaudeville tunes, at first in blackface. She later said that this was at the insistence of theatre managers, who said she was "too fat and ugly" to be accepted by an audience in any other context. She made a name for herself in a style that was known at the time as a "Coon Shouter", performing African American influenced songs. Not content with performing in the simple minstrel traditions, Tucker hired some of the best African American singers of the time to give her lessons, and hired African American composers to write songs for her act. Tucker made her first appearance in the Ziegfeld Follies in 1909, but didn't last long there because Florenz Ziegfeld's other female stars soon refused to share the spotlight with the popular Tucker. Tucker made several popular recordings. They included "Some of These Days," which came out in 1911 on Edison Records. The ...
  • MIFF 2011 PROMO TV Promo for the Malta International Fireworks Festival 2011 taking place in Grand Harbour - Valletta on the 29th and 30th April 2011.
  • Miff Masters: I'm SO Sorry (Ep. 1) Miff Masters is a show where I talk about what pisses me off :) This may end up being a channel of its own but for now it's all about being in a wheelchair.
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling - UK Parlophone R 421 Phil Napoleon t / Miff Mole, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Babe Russin, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Dick McDonough, g / Stan King, d. New York, September 24, 1929.
  • Red Nichols, Miff Mole - That's A Plenty (1929) Ernest Loring "Red" Nichols (May 8, 1905-June 28, 1965) was an American jazz cornettist. Nichols was born in Ogden, Utah, the son of a music teacher. By the age of 12 he was playing cornet with his father's brass band. He decided to take up the new style of music called jazz after hearing the phonograph records of the Original Dixieland Jass Band. In 1923 he moved east to perform with a band in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and (with a few tours of the midwest) made New York City his base throughout the 1920s and 1930s. He worked for various bandleaders including Paul Whiteman and Harry Reser and Henry Halstead., was a regular in the cooperative California Ramblers in addition to leading groups under his own name (often called Red Nichols & His Five Pennies), and of the band of his friend trombonist Miff Mole. Nichols became one of the busiest phonograph session musicians of his era, making hundreds of recording sessions of jazz and hot dance band music. He also played in several Broadway shows. ------------------- Irving Milfred Mole, better known as Miff Mole (11 March 1898 - 29 April 1961) was a jazz trombonist and band leader. He is generally considered as one of the greatest jazz trombonists and credited with creating "the first distinctive and influential solo jazz trombone style." Miff Mole was born in Roosevelt, New York. As a child, he studied violin and piano and switched to trombone when he was 15. He played in Gus Sharp's orchestra for two years and in the 1920s ...
  • Miff Mole How come you do me like you do?
  • Indie Film Nation Video Podcast #07 - Michelle Carey (Senior Programmer) of MIFF.m4v Interview with Michelle Carey (Senior Programmer) of Melbourne International Film Festival discussing the 2008 festival program.
  • Miff Mole and his Little Molers, Midge Williams vocal - Paradise Found (1930) Miff Mole (March 11,1898 - April 29,1961) was a jazz trombonist and band leader. He is generally considered as one of the greatest jazz trombonists and credited with creating "the first distinctive and influential solo jazz trombone style." ------------ Midge Williams (May 27,1915 -- Jan.9,1952) was an African American Swing Jazz vocalist during the 1930s and 1940s. Although not as famous as other jazz recording artists, Williams was a respected singer and her group, Midge Williams and Her Jazz Jesters, made several well-received recordings during the late 1930s. Miff Mole and his Little Molers, Midge Williams vocal - Paradise Found (1930)
  • Jazz Age: Miff Mole & His Little Molers - You're The Cream In My Coffee 1928 Miff Mole & His Little Molers - You're The Cream In My Coffee, OKeh 1928 NOTE: Irving Milfred MOLE (Miff Mole) (b. 1898 in Roosevelt, NY d. 1961 in NYC) American jazz trombonist and band leader. He is generally considered as one of the greatest jazz trombonists and credited with creating "the first distinctive and influential solo jazz trombone style". As a child, he studied violin and piano and switched to trombone when he was 15. After he played in Gus Sharp's Orchestra for two years, early in the 1920s Miff Mole become a significant figure of the New York scene: he was a member of the Original Memphis Five (1922), played with Russ Gorman, Roger Wolfe Kahn, Sam Lanin, Ray Miller and many others. He also worked for silent film and radio orchestras. In 19269 Mole and trumpeter Red Nichols led a band called "Miff Mole and his Little Molers". They recorded frequently until 1930. Miff Mole and his band the Molers backed Sophie Tucker who was known as "The Last Of The Red Hot Mammas" and who was one of the most popular singers of the ***s and 1920s. In addition to the groups under his own name, Mole was prominently identified from 1925 to 1929 with various recording bands led by cornetist Red Nichols: The Red Heads, The Hottentots, The Charleston Chasers, The Six Hottentots, The Cotton Pickers, Red and Miffs Stompers, and especially Red Nichols and his Five Pennies. Among the musicians who passed through the Five Pennies were clarinetist Pee Wee Russell, violinist Joe Venuti ...
  • Miff Trailer 2011 - The Message THE MESSAGE Developed and Created by Clemenger BDDO Melbourne. Directed by Steve Ayson (The Sweet Shop)
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble - OKeh 41445 Red Nichols, c / Miff Mole, tb / Frank Teschemacher, cl / Joe Sullivan, p / Eddie Condon, bj / Leo McConville, t / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Gene Krupa, d. New York, July 6, 1928.
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - Imagination - OKeh 40890 Red Nichols, t / Miff Mole, tb / Fud Livingston, cl, ts / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Arthur Schutt, p / Dick McDonough, bj / Eddie Lang, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, August 30, 1927.
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  • Red And Miff's Stompers "Alabama Stomp" Played On Edison A-250 Diamond Disc Phonograph Here are jazz pioneers Red Nichols, Miff Mole, Jimmy Dorsey, Alf Evans, Leo McConville, Art Schutt, Dick McDonough and Vic Berton as Red and Miffs Stompers recording Alabama Stomp on September 14, 1926. This is a VERY hard to find Edison record and I was fortunate to have found it in my early travels many years ago. I suppose the music listening public just wasn't quite ready for such radical jazz on Edison and so the record had few pressings and sold very poorly. Today we consider this a real treat, particulary on Edison which typically favored the recording of the more conservative tunes of the day. This is a truly refreshing (and VERY brief) departure for Edison and the jazz featured on this record is wonderful. Thanks for stopping in and I hope that you enjoy Alabama Stomp on Edison.
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - Wild Oat Joe - OKeh 41153 Red Nichols, Leo McConville, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Fud Livingston, cl, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Joe Tarto, bb / Stan King, d. New York, July 27, 1928.
  • MIFF 2010 - Choctop Vs Popcorn The official trailer for the 2010 Melbourne International Film Festival. Choctop Vs Popcorn.... who will win? Directed by Damien Kelly for The Guild Of Commercial Filmmakers. Director: Damien Kelly Producer: Josh Butt Agency: Badjar Ogilvy Client: Melbourne International Film Festival .au
  • MIFF Trailer 2011 - The Potato Peelers THE POTATO PEELERS Developed and Created by Clemenger BDDO Melbourne. Directed by Steve Ayson (The Sweet Shop) Starring Jacek Koman, Tomek Koman and Geoffrey Rush.
  • PERRY'S HOT DOGS MIFF MOLE ARTHUR FIELDS - STEPPIN' FOOL - ROARING 20'S VICTROLA RADIOLA.MP4 Perry's Hot Dogs is the real face behind the oft-used pseudo Six Black Diamonds on this November, 1925 recording. Arthur Fields sings the vocal and Miff Mole plays the trombone. The ending of this arrangement is lifted almost note for note from another recording, but I can't remember which one--it's a Ben Selvin, but I can't think of the title.
  • Charleston Chasers Miff Mole - Loud Speakin' Papa - Roaring 20's .MP4 I think they caught one on this their first recording of August 28, 1925!
  • MIFF Programmer Al Cossar's Top 5 MIFF Programmer Al Cossar discusses his Top 5 Picks for the 2011 Melbourne International Film Festival.
  • PLTV: ALLAN TONG & DINESH SACHDEV, FILMMAKERS, I WANT TO BE A DESI, MIFF, 07/11 TTN-HD Reporter KATIE UHLMANN covers MIFF (MISSISSAUGA INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL), 07/11 MIFF FACEBOOK: MIFF WEBSITE: miff.ca TTN-HD YOUTUBE: TTN-HD FACEBOOK: TTN-HD WEBSITE: KATIE UHLMANN YOUTUBE: KATIE UHLMANN FACEBOOK: KATIE UHLMANN FACEBOOK: Spy MOMS YOUTUBE:
  • THE LAST ESTON MINER - HAROLD BRIGHTON (2008) HAROLD 'MIFF' BRIGHTON was the last surviving Eston ironstone miner. He died on the 2nd August 2008 at the age of 86. He was from a third generation Eston mining family and there was even a district in the pit named after them called "No5 Brightons". He worked beneath Eston Hills from 1938-1949 and was of the last to learn the art of mining (barring, drilling, blasting and filling) at the ironstone face. His mining career came to an abrupt ending on the 10th May 1949 when his cousin William Randall Brighton was tragically killed just four months before the pit closed. To honour Randall, Miff, his father Charlie, his brother Bill and Randall's brother Fred all walked out that day and never went back in. The interview clips were filmed in August 2001 for the film 'A CENTURY IN STONE' (2004).
  • Melbourne International Film Festival 3 (MIFF) Opening night on the red carpet
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - After You've Gone. Parlophone R 1063 Phil Napoleon-t/Miff Mole-tb/Jimmy Dorsey-cl-as/Babe Russin-ts/Arthur Schutt-p/Dick McDonough-g/Stan King-d New York, September 24, 1929
  • What the FLOOD in MIFF We didn't make it up. It happened.
  • PLTV: PETER JOHNSON & DANIEL JOHNSON, MIFF, FILMMAKERS, SOME PEOPLE COLLECT STAMPS, 07/11 TTN-HD Reporter KATIE UHLMANN covers MIFF (MISSISSAUGA INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL), 07/11 MIFF FACEBOOK: MIFF WEBSITE: miff.ca TTN-HD YOUTUBE: TTN-HD FACEBOOK: TTN-HD WEBSITE: KATIE UHLMANN YOUTUBE: KATIE UHLMANN FACEBOOK: KATIE UHLMANN FACEBOOK: Spy MOMS YOUTUBE:
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - You Took Advantage Of Me - OKeh 41098 Red Nichols, Leo McConville, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Fud Livingston, cl, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Joe Tarto, bb / Stan King, d. New York, July 27, 1928.
  • MIFF Balibo Vox Pops Audience reaction follwing the BALIBO premiere at the Melbourne Film Festival. Comments from Damian Walshe-Howling, Steve Bracks, Jane Hall.
  • Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz interviewed by MIFF (Norwegian pro-Israel organization) Text in Norwegian is available here: www.miff.no
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - That's A Plenty, Take B - UK Parlophone R 421 Phil Napoleon t / Miff Mole, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Babe Russin, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Dick McDonough, g / Stan King, d. New York, September 24, 1929.
  • MIFF 72 Hour Film - The Ballad of Des and Mo Sean Lynch: The Ballad of Des & Mo A team of British and Irish film makers have teamed up with local cast and crew to shoot, edit and screen a feature length film in 72 hours in Melbourne. Our roving reporter, Sean Lynch, followed the process and even managed to be cast as an extra in film. The Ballad of Des & Mo premiered yesterday in Melbourne as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival. how to be a movie extra
  • Miff Mole & His Little Molers - Birmingham Bertha - OKeh 41273 Phil Napoleon t / Miff Mole, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Babe Russin, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Tommy Fellini, g / Stan King, d. New York, July 12, 1929.
  • "The Darktown Strutters Ball" -Miff Mole and his Molers When Irving Milfred "Miff" Mole, a native New Yorker, met up with Ernest Loring "Red" Nichols from Ogden, Utah in the mid-1920's a band, or a series of bands, formed around them that created a style of jazz separate from the established Chicago and New Orleans styles. Although relatively short-lived, the "New York" style bands were the proving grounds for many famous jazz and swing musicians; such as Jimmy Dorsey, Adrian Rollini, Eddie Lang, Chauncey Morehouse, Frank Teschmacher, Eddie Condon, Charlie Teagarden, Wingy Manone, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa -and so on. This track was recorded in New York on the 7th. March 1927 and features:- Miff Mole; tmb. Red Nichols; tpt. Jimmy Dorsey; clt. & alto sax, Arthur Schatt; pno. Dick McDonough; bjo. & gtr. Joe Tarto; brass bass, and Ray Bauduc dms. (Once again, YouTube have clipped the ending!)
  • Sophie Tucker with Miff Mole and his Molers - After You've Gone (1927) Sophie Tucker (Jan.13,1884-Feb.9,1966) was a singer and comedian, one of the most popular entertainers in America during the first two-thirds of the 20th century. She was born Sonia Kalish to a Jewish family in Tsarist Russia. Her family emigrated to the United States when she was an infant, and settled in Hartford, Connecticut. The family changed its name to Abuza, and her parents opened a restaurant. She started singing for tips in her family's restaurant. In 1903, at the age of 19, she was briefly married to Louis Tuck, from which she decided to change her name to "Tucker." Tucker played piano and sang burlesque and vaudeville tunes, at first in blackface. She later said that this was at the insistence of theatre managers, who said she was "too fat and ugly" to be accepted by an audience in any other context. She made a name for herself in a style that was known at the time as a "Coon Shouter", performing African American influenced songs. Not content with performing in the simple minstrel traditions, Tucker hired some of the best African American singers of the time to give her lessons, and hired African American composers to write songs for her act. Tucker made her first appearance in the Ziegfeld Follies in 1909, but didn't last long there because Florenz Ziegfeld's other female stars soon refused to share the spotlight with the popular Tucker. Tucker made several popular recordings. They included "Some of These Days," which came out in 1911 on Edison Records. The ...
  • David Es*** 1987 "Myfanwy" (3 of 3) Royal Variety Performance. 3rd of 3 songs! What a man!