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'Leven-Thirty Saturday Night
Fess Williams & His
Royal Flush Orchestra
Feat. Frank Marvin
Recorded in New York City on April 18th 1930 featuring Frank Marvin vocals, Fess Williams clarinet, alto sax, & director, George Temple and John Brown trumpets, David "Jelly" James trombone, Bobby Holmes clarinet & alto sax, Ralph Brown (or Felix Gregory) alto sax, Perry Smith clarinet & tenor sax, Henry Duncan piano, Andy Pendleton (or Ollie Blackwell) banjo, Emanuel Casamore bass brass, and Ralph Bedell drums.
*"'Leven-Thirty Saturday Night" was written by Earl Burtnett, Bell Grantham, and Jess Kirkpatrick.
Published in 1930 the song was also recorded that year by various dance bands including those led by Arthur Schutt, Bert Ambrose (with featured vocalist Sam Brown), and Lud Gluskin in addition to the "Arcadians Dance Orchestra" and "Royal Society Jazz Orchestra".
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