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Six Jumping Jacks
Feat. Tom Stacks
This recording was cut in New York City on July 9th 1926 by the "Six Jumping Jacks" a novelty dance group featuring Earl Oliver trumpet, unknown trombone, Larry Abbott alto sax, Bill Wirges piano, Harry Reser banjo & leader, Jimmy Johnston bass sax, and Tom Stacks drums & vocals.
*"Lo-Do-De-O" was composed by Sammy Fain and Jimmy McHugh, with lyrics by Irving Mills.
America's favorite banjoist Harry Reser leads his sextet featuring the exuberant vocals of his percussionist
Tom Stacks for a song containing all of the right elements to make it an instant collegiate dance hit.
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