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Feat. Arthur Fields


This record was made in New York City on October 17th 1927 featuring Arthur Fields vocals, Chelsea Quealey trumpet, Frank Ferretti trombone, Pete Pumiglio clarinet & alto sax, Carl Orech or Harold Marcus alto sax, Sam Ruby tenor sax, Jack Russin piano, Tommy Felline banjo, Spencer Clark bass sax, and Herb Weil drums.

*"Manhattan Mary" was composed by Ray Henderson, with lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown. It was the title song performed by Mae Clarke and Ed Wynn in the 1927 broadway musical of the same name.

The "University Six" was a pseudonym for the "California Ramblers".

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