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This record was produced in Richmond, Indiana on October 11th 1928 John Fielding vocals, Chester Clark and Irving Randolph trumpet, Leo 'Snub' Mosely trombone & vocals, James Jeter, Charles Pillars, and Lee Hilliard alto sax, Hayes Pillars tenor & baritone sax, Leroy 'Stuff' Smith violin & vocals, Alphonso Trent piano & director, Eugene Crooke banjo & guitar, Robert 'Eppie' Jackson bass brass, and Alvin Burroughs drums.
*"Louder And Funnier" was composed by Joe Sanders.
A number previously played and written by "Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Orchestra" the arrangement is given a hotter treatment largely facilitated by the scat vocalization of John Fielding with the aid of 'Snub' Mosely and 'Stuff' Smith.
Alphonso Trent's Orchestra were forced to return to Fort Smith, Arkansas in 1929 following a fire at the Plantation Club in Cleveland, Ohio that destroyed their sheet music and instruments.
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