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Crying For You (Baby Mine)

J.C. Johnson and his Five Hot Sparks

 

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This record was cut in Long Island City, New York during February of 1929 featuring J.C. Johnson director, Walter Bennett cornet, J.C. Higginbotham trombone, Darnell Howard clarinet & alto sax, Mabel Horsey piano, and Ikey Robinson banjo.

*"Crying For You (Baby Mine)" was composed by J. C. Johnson.

Commonly confused with James P. Johnson, another well known pianist and bandleader, J. C. Johnson was also a composer and song writer active during the 1920s and '30s.

In addition to leading his own group the "Five Hot Sparks" he began working as a songwriter with lyricists such as Henry Creamer and Andy Razaf composing songs that would be recorded by Ethel Waters and Mamie Smith.



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