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Tony Parenti's Home Movies
(Historic 1920's Footage)
"Candid Jazz Memories"
Home movies filmed by Tony Parenti at an Okeh session in New York City circa March 1928.
The first clip features the following musicians: Tommy Dorsey trombone, Jimmy Dorsey alto sax, and Eddie Lang guitar, possibly with Jack Russell piano, and Mickey Bloom trumpet.
"The Jazzologist Supreme" Boyd Senter appears in a bow tie between two men who might be recording engineers.
Tony Parenti poses for the camera himself with his wife wearing a white suit for a scene sealed with a kiss.
In the final segment Tony Parenti is filmed having what seems to be a mutually agreeable chat with his good pal and fellow reedman Boyd Senter.
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