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Recorded in New York City on November 10th 1925 featuring Andy Preer violin & director, Sidney De Paris ?, R. Q. Dickerson, and Lamar Wright trumpets, De Priest Wheeler trombone, Davey Jones and Walter Thomas (or George Scott) clarinet & alto sax, Andrew Brown clarinet & tenor sax, Earres Prince piano, Charley Stamps banjo, Jimmy Smith bass brass, and Leroy Maxey drums.
*"Charleston Ball" was composed by Donald Heywood.
Captured for the Columbia label at their final session of 1925 the successful Cotton Club house band led by Andrew Preer offer up this hot rendering of a popular dance number. -Unlike some of the group's other recordings where it is lacking, Preer's exceptional violin playing can be heard distinctly throughout this performance.
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