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Really A Pain
Feat. Volly DeFaut
This side was cut in Richmond, Indiana on February 25th 1924 featuring Muggsy Spanier cornet, Guy Carey trombone, Volly DeFaut clarinet & alto sax, Marvin Saxby banjo, and Mel Stitzel piano.
*"Really A Pain" was composed by Muggsy Spanier, Art Kassell and Jimmy Sturr.
Responsible for producing some of the most authentic white jazz of the early '20's clarinetist Volly DeFaut, a favorite of Jelly Roll Morton, made his recording debut at this very session.
In June of 1925 virtually the same band would be recorded billed as "The Stomp Six".
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