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Nobody Knows What A
Red-Head Mamma Can Do
Jack Stillman's Orchestra
Feat. Vernon Dalhart
Recorded in New York City on December 17th 1924 performed by "Jack Stillman's Orchestra" featuring Vernon Dalhart vocals & harmonica, Jack Stillman trumpet & leader, Hymie Farberman trumpet, Larry Abbott clarinet & alto sax, Lucien Smith clarinet & tenor sax, and Harry Reser banjo.
*"Nobody Knows What A Red-Head Mamma Can Do" was composed by Irving Mills and Sammy fain, with lyrics by Al Dubin.
Country singing star Vernon Dalhart made jazz and pop records under various pseudonyms before signing on to travel into the Southern mountains with a Victor field unit headed by record talent scout Ralph S. Peer during the Summer of 1927. Perhaps the most important event in the history of country music, dubbed the "Bristol Sessions" their trip was responsible for the discovery of Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family.
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