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This recording was made in New York City on June 11th 1928 featuring Ward Pinkett trumpet, Geechie Fields trombone, Omer Simeon clarinet, Jelly Roll Morton piano & leader, Lee Blair banjo, Bill Benford tuba, and Tommy Benford drums.

*"Kansas City Stomps" was composed by Ferdinand 'Jelly Roll' Morton.

The composer later stated that he named the tune after the Kansas City Bar in Tijuana, Mexico.

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