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Together We Two

Johnny Johnson's
Statler Pennsylvanians


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Feat. Franklyn Baur


This record was produced in New York City on October 14th 1927 featuring Franklyn Baur vocals, Johnny Johnson piano & director, with unknown cornet, trombone, saxophones, violin, bass, tuba, banjo, bass, and drums.

*"Together We Two" was composed by Irving Berlin

While attending Indiana University Johnny Johnson started playing piano in local clubs and formed a moderately successful group that included Jack Teagarden and Red Nichols, and featured popular vocalists. Then in 1926 he disbanded the group after accepting a position with the "Ben Bernie Orchestra." Johnny didn't work for Bernie long, in 1927 he organized the "Statler Pennsylvanians." Though continuing to make records well into the 1930s, he would never achieve great commercial success.

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