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This side was recorded in New York City on December 14th 1926 with Don Voorhees director, Charles Kaley vocals, Mike Mosiello and Leo McConville trumpet, Miff Mole trombone, Bill Trone mellophone, Phil Gleason and Fred Morrow clarinet & alto sax, Paul Cartright tenor sax, Joe Raymond violin, Dick McDonough banjo & guitar, Jack Hanson tuba, and Vic Berton drums.
*"One Alone" was composed by Otto Harbach, with words by Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Hammerstein II. This song written as part of Hammerstein and Romberg's operetta "The Desert Song" was paired with "The Riff Song" for its Columbia release.
"Earl Carroll's Vanities" was a Broadway musical produced by Carroll in eleven editions. He became known as "The Troubadour of the Nude" for his productions featuring the most scantily dressed showgirls on Broadway.
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