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This side was cut in Chicago on March 30th 1928 featuring Doc Cook conductor, George Mitchell and Elwood Graham cornets, Bill Dawson and Fayette Williams trombones, Jimmie Noone clarinet & alto sax, Billy Butler alto sax & violin, Joe Poston alto sax, Clarence Owens tenor sax, Jerome Carrington or Sterling Todd piano, Johnny St Cyr banjo, Bill Newton tuba, and Andrew Hilair drums & vocals.
*"Hum And Strum" was written by Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel.
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