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This side was recorded in New York City on March 23rd 1929 with Irving Mills violin, director, & vocals, Bill Moore and unknown trumpet, Tommy Dorsey trombone, Tony Parenti and unknown clarinet & alto sax, Jack Pettis tenor sax, Nat Brusiloff and Nicky Gerlach violin, Lennie Hayton or Jack Cornell piano, Carl Kress guitar, unknown string bass, and Dillon Ober drums.
*"At The Prom" was composed by Jack Pettis and Irving Mills.
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