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This record was produced in New York City in 1930 with Ed Kirkeby vocals & director, Jack Purvis and E. Osborne trumpet, Carl Loeffler trombone, Bobby Davis clarinet & alto sax, Elmer Feldkamp clarinet, alto sax, & vocals, Paul Mason tenor sax, Lew Cobey piano, Ed Sexton guitar, Ward Lay string bass, and Jack Powers drums.
*"Hittin' the Bottle" was composed by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Ted Koehler. The song was featured in the 1930 Musical Revue "Earl Carroll's Vanities".
Ed Kirkeby directs a band targeting collegiate audiences billed as Ted Wallace's "Campus Boys", featuring "California Ramblers'" reedman Bobby Davis along with the wild Armstrong inspired horn stylist Jack Purvis.
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