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While You're Sneakin' Out
(Somebody Else is Eazin' In)

George McClennon's Jazz Devils


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Feat. Buddy Christian


This recording was produced in New York City on June 18th 1926 featuring unknown cornet, Jimmy Harrison trombone, George McClennon clarinet & leader, and Buddy Christian banjo, with unknown alto sax, tenor sax, piano, & bass brass

*"While You're Sneakin' Out (Somebody Else is Eazin' In)" was composed by Edgar Dowell.

George McClennon was the adopted son of famed comedian Bert Williams who worked in theater and vaudeville beginning in the 1910's. As a well known "gas pipe" clarinetist, George specialized in using his instrument to not only produce music, but also provide sound effects or emulate animal sounds. As a stage performer McClennon was known to appear in blackface and dance wildly. George McClennon would appear on record as part of a group called the "Harlem Trio" and for Okeh, leading his own band, from 1924-26.

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