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This recording was made in New York City on September 8th 1930 featuring Wes Vaughan vocals, Bix Beiderbecke cornet, Ray Lodwig trumpet, Tommy Dorsey trombone, Benny Goodman clarinet & alto sax, Bud Freeman tenor sax, Irving Brodsky piano, Eddie Lang guitar, Joe Venuti violin, Min Leibrook bass sax, and Gene Krupa drums.
*"Deep Down South" was written by George Green, with lyrics by Monty Collins.
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