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Six Black Diamonds
Feat. Arthur Fields
This record was cut in New York City on November 10th 1925 with personnel including Arthur Fields vocals,
Phil Napoleon trumpet, Miff Mole trombone, Ross Gorman clarinet, alto, & baritone sax, and Arthur Schutt piano.
Also known as "Perry's Hot Dogs" and the "Missouri Jazz Band" they appear here under their other frequently used pseudonym the "Six Black Diamonds."
The group is under the leadership of prominent 1920's New York band director Nathan Glantz.
Accompanied by an all-star line up Arthur Fields cuts loose on this dance oriented hit about one girl that loves to dance and strut, who simply can't get enough.
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