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Feat. Red McKenzie


This recording was made in Chicago on April 5th 1928 featuring Red McKenzie vocals, Muggsy Spanier cornet, Frank Teschemacher clarinet, Mezz Mezzrow tenor sax, Joe Sullivan piano, Eddie Condon banjo, Jim Lannigan tuba, and Gene Krupa drums.

*"Friars Point Shuffle" was composed by Eddie Condon, with lyrics by Red McKenzie.

A couple of months following this session Eddie Condon moved to New York where he worked for a number of labels organizing recording sessions. These would produce some of the first racially integrated records featuring prominent black jazz artists like Fats Waller, Louis Armstrong, and Henry 'Red' Allen.

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