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Sweetheart Of Yesterday
Kansas City Orchestra
Feat. Eddie Durham
Recorded in Chicago on October 24th 1929 featuring Bennie Moten director, Ed Lewis and Booker Washington trumpets, Thamon Hayes trombone, Eddie Durham trombone & guitar, Harlan Leonard clarinet, soprano, & alto sax, Jack Washington clarinet, alto, & baritone sax, Woody Walder clarinet & tenor sax, Ira "Buster" Moten and Count Basie piano, Leroy Berry banjo, Vernon Page tuba, and Willie McWashington drums.
*"Sweetheart Of Yesterday" was composed by Holt, Sanders, and Moten.
Eddie Durham has an exceptional and rather long guitar solo here, which lasts a delightful thirty bars.
The "Sanders" listed as co-composer, is Joe Sanders of "Coon-Sanders Nighthawks" who was also probably responsible for arranging the tune.
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