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Gaillard's appeal was similar to Cab Calloway 's and Louis Jordan 's in that he presented a hip style with broad appeal for example in his children's song " Down by the Station ". He sang wild interpolations of nonsense syllables, such as "MacVoutie O-reeney".
One such performance is celebrated in the novel On the Road by Jack Kerouac. Gaillard later teamed with bassist Bam Brown. They can be seen in a motion picture featurette O'Voutie O'Rooney filmed live at one of their nightclub performances. Gaillard also played for the 2nd Cavalcade of Jazz held at Wrigley Field on October 12, ,  and played for the 3rd Cavalcade of Jazz held also at Wrigley Field on September 7, His December session with Parker and Dizzy Gillespie is notable, both musically and for its relaxed convivial air.
Gaillard could play several instruments and managed to turn the performance from jazz to comedy. He would play the guitar with his left hand fretting with fingers pointing down over the fingerboard instead of the usual way up from under it , or would play credible piano solos with his palms facing up. Gaillard wrote the theme song to the Peter Potter radio show. In the early s, Gaillard lived in San Diego, California. During that time he recorded several singles and performed with local bands.
Gaillard appeared in several shows in the s and s, such as Marcus Welby, M. By the early s Gaillard was touring the European jazz festival circuit, playing with such musicians as Arnett Cobb. He also played with George Melly and John Chilton 's Feetwarmers, appearing on their BBC television series and also occasionally deputising for Melly when he was unwell. Gaillard's behavior on stage was often erratic and nerve-wracking for the accompanying musicians.
I was introduced as Cuban. I am Cuban too. This was I had been flying between Angola, where Cuban troops were fighting and Miami where one million exiled Cubans live. We talked of all those Cubans who wanted to go back to Cuba but couldn't. Gaillard used Yiddish in at least two of his songs, "Dunkin' Bagels", and "Matzo Balls", where he refers to numerous Jewish ethnic dishes eaten by Ashkenazi Jews.
Irish is present in the name O'Voutie O'Rooney , the title of his movie and reminiscent of Vout-o-Reenee, the name he used for his invented language. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Gaillard with guitar at the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh , Scotland, Musical artist. Retrieved December 7, Jazz Greats.
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Bulee "Slim" Gaillard (January 9, – February 26, ), also known as McVouty, was an American jazz singer and songwriter who played piano, guitar. Bulee "Slim" Gaillard, also known as McVouty, was an American jazz singer and songwriter who played piano, guitar, vibraphone, and tenor saxophone. Gaillard was noted for his comedic vocalese singing and word play in his own constructed language. Bulee “Slim” Gaillard was born on January 4, in Detroit, Michigan—according to some sources. Other sources (including Gaillard himself) indicate that.