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Where The Bamboo Babies Grow

Benny Krueger & His Orchestra

 

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This recording was made in New York City during November of 1922 featuring Hymie Farberman and Benny Bloom trumpets, Vincent Grande, Fred Shilling, or Sammy Lewis trombone, Benny Krueger director, clarinet, alto, & tenor sax, Perry Billitzer alto sax, Unknown violin, Lester Morris piano, Harry Reser banjo, Dick Cherwin bass brass, and William Farberman drums.

*"Where the Bamboo Babies Grow" was composed by Walter Donaldson, with lyrics by Lew Brown.

Benny Krueger began his recording career in 1920 when he was selected by Victor to appear on sides with the "Original Dixieland Jazz Band". Here the early saxophone star flutter's through solo bursts in his trademark style accompanied by his large orchestra. It is largely for these efforts that this record classifies as early jazz.



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