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Fred "Sugar" Hall

(April 10th 1898 - April 6th 1954)

A pianist, composer, and bandleader born in New York who started as a song plugger for various music publishers. In 1925 he began his prolific recording career on a number of labels often with featured vocalist Arthur Fields.


'Tain't No Sin (3:27)

Harmonica Harry (3:24)

Missouri Squabble (3:05)

Oh, Gee! There Ain't No Justice (2:56)

Sobbin' Blues (2:52)

Someday You'll Say "O.K!" (3:48)

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