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vocalion

(vəʊˈkeɪlɪən)
n
(Instruments) music a type of reed instrument which resembles a human voice
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Nix's 1927 sermon Black Diamond Express to Hell was so popular that Vocalion Records eventually added five sequels.
He played on four landmark recordings produced by John Hammond in 1936 for Vocalion Records. Young's solos on "Lady Be Good" and "Shoe-Shine Boy," among the greatest of his career, made a tremendous impact on musicians of the day; tenor saxophonists across the country learned them note for note.