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"End of the 369th"


This side was cut in New York City on May 25th 1923 by the duo of "Sissle and Blake" featuring Noble Sissle vocals, and Eubie Blake piano.

*"Waitin' For The Evenin' Mail" was composed by Billy Baskette.

Shortly after the end of World War I, Eubie Blake teamed up with his old friend and performer Noble Sissle to form the vaudeville act the "Dixie Duo."

Noble Sissle had remained a member of Jim Europe’s 369th band after the War right up until Europe's unfortunate murder by a disgruntled drummer in Boston on May 9th 1919.

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