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Feat. George Tynes


Recorded in New York City on January 22nd 1930 featuring George Tynes trumpet & leader, Bob Chestnut and Jay Smith trumpet, John Cook trombone, Wilbur Pinkey clarinet & alto sax, James Tolliver piano, Jackie Jackson banjo, Albert Burse tuba, and Eddie Deas drums

*"Louisiana Bo Bo" was composed by Ted Nixon.

Trumpeter and Boston bandleader George Tynes leads his ensemble billed as the "Georgia Cotton Pickers" for this 1930 Harmony session.

In addition to James 'Buster' Tolliver the pianist who would later be noted for his work with Noble Sissle, Coleman Hawkins, and Sidney Bechet another future star of the group Bob Chestnut would lead his own band and teach arranging at the Berklee School of Music.

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