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This record was produced in Paris, France during December of 1929 with Sam Wooding director, Bobby Martin and Doc Cheatham trumpets, Albert Wynn and Billy Burns trombones, Willie Lewis clarinet, alto, & baritone sax, Gerry Blake clarinet & alto sax, Gene Sedric clarinet & tenor sax, Freddy Johnson piano, John Mitchell banjo, Sumner Leslie Edwards bass brass, and Ted Fields drums & vocals.
*"Can't We Be Friends?" was composed by Kay Swift, with lyrics by Paul James.
The song was featured in Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz 1929 Broadway musical revue "The Little Show".
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