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Louisiana Rhythm Kings
Feat. Lebert Lombardo
This record was made in Chicago on January 31st 1928 featuring Lebert Lombardo trumpet & vocals, Jim Dillon trombone, Carmen Lombardo clarinet & alto sax, Larry Owen alto sax, Fred Higman tenor sax, Fred Kreitzer piano, Francis Henry guitar, Bernard Davies bass brass, and George Gowans drums.
*"Nobody's Sweetheart" was composed by Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel, with lyrics
by Gus Kahn and Ernie Erdman.
The "Louisiana Rhythm Kings" was a pseudonym for "Guy Lombardo's Orchestra".
Lebert Lombardo, one of three brother's of violinist and bandleader Gaetano 'Guy' Lombardo, heads
members of his famous sibling's orchestra moonlighting as the "Louisiana Rhythm Kings".
Though Lebert was never truly a jazz musician Louis Armstrong named him as one of his personal
favorites for his ability to play beautiful melody.
In addition to being a trumpeter and cornetist he was also an accomplished drummer.
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