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Chicago Stomp Down

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This recording was made in New York City on November 3rd 1927 featuring Adelaide Hall vocals, Jabbo Smith and Louis Metcalf trumpets, Joe Nanton trombone, Harry Carney clarinet & alto sax, Rudy Jackson clarinet & tenor sax, Otto Hardwicke clarinet, soprano, alto, bass, & baritone sax, Duke Ellington piano, Fred Guy banjo, Wellman Braud string bass, and Sonny Greer drums.

*"Chicago Stomp Down" was composed by Edward 'Duke' Ellington.

Adelaide Hall's wordless scat vocals on the songs "Creole Love Call", "The Blues I Love To Sing" and "Chicago Stomp Down" recorded with the "Duke Ellington Orchestra" in the Fall of 1927 gained worldwide attention and propelled the careers of both band and singer into the mainstream.



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