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My Gal Sal

Winegar's Pennsylvania Boys


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Feat. Larry Hart


This record was produced in East Orange, New Jersey on May 4th 1928 with Herman Drewes, Don McCarter, and Norman Moran trumpets, Bill Drewes trombone, Jimmy Granato and Jack Linden clarinet & alto sax, Frank Sollecito alto, baritone, & soprano sax, Larry Hart tenor & baritone sax, clarinet, and piccolo, Bill Haid piano & arranger, Elliott Russell violin, Frank Winegar banjo, tenor guitar, & leader, Billy Wolfe tuba, and Don Nyer drums.

*"My Gal Sal" was written by Paul Dreiser in 1905. After changing his surname to Dresser he went on to become a well-known singer and popular songwriter. His songs were sold through sheet music publishers, especially the firms in New York City's Tin Pan Alley where he became a partner in music publishing.

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