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Recorded in New York City on September 6th 1927 featuring Don Voorhees director, Red Nichols and Leo McConville trumpets, Miff Mole trombone, Bill Trone melophone, Phil Gleason and Fred Morrow clarinet & alto sax, Paul Cartwright clarinet & tenor sax, Joe Raymond violin, Lennie Hayton piano, Dick McDonough banjo & guitar, Jack Hansen tuba, and Vic Berton drums.
*"Soliloquy" was composed by Rube Bloom.
(-Although he is the tunes author Bloom does not appear on this record).
A self taught pianist Rube Bloom recorded as a freelance member of many early jazz and dance groups. He wrote many popular songs and is well known as author of the semi-modern "Futuristic Rag". His first hit came in 1927 with this piano instrumental piece titled "Soliloquy".
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