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Recorded in Chicago on May 28th 1926 featuring Erskine Tate director & speech, Louis Armstrong and James Tate trumpets, Ed Atkins trombone, Angelo Fernandez clarinet & alto sax, Stump Evans alto & baritone sax, Norval Morton tenor sax, Teddy Weatherford piano, Frank Etheridge banjo, John Hare sousaphone, and Jimmy Bertrand drums & washboard. -To Flip Over the Record Click Here
*"Stomp Off, Let's Go" was composed by Elmer Schoebel.