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This record was made in New York City on November 19th 1925 with Tommy Christian baritone sax, vocals, & leader, Phil Fisher and Ted Fisher trumpets, Frank Troxell trombone, Harold Lawson and Art Manners clarinet & alto sax, James DeAngeles clarinet & tenor sax, Carl Pickel piano, Paul Close banjo, Victor DeAngeles accordion, Harry Rich bass brass, and Art Barnett drums.
*"That Certain Party" was written by Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson.
This record was the very first produced by this exceptional hot dance Orchestra led by Tommy Christian. It was backed with the song "Show Me The Way To Go Home" on the flip side for its original "Harmony" label release.
According to the record's label which contains the caption "(incidental singing by the boys)" the synchronized chorus for this number was provided by the entire band.
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