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After I Say I'm Sorry
"Voice of the Jazz Age"
This number was recorded in Paris, France during January of 1927 featuring Josephine Baker vocals, accompanied by "Le Jacobs Jazz" consisting of Leon Jacobs trumpet, Rene Lovinfosse trombone, ? Napolitano clarinet, alto sax, & violin, Oscar Thisse alto sax & violin, Marcel Raskin piano, Henri Durand bass, and Sacha Grauman drums.
*"After I Say I'm Sorry" was composed by Walter Donaldson.
Josephine Baker traveled to Paris and opened in La Revue Negre on October 2nd 1925 at the Theater des Champs-Elysees. She became an instant success in the city for her erotic dancing. In later shows Josephine was often accompanied by her pet cheetah "Chiquita" who, adorned with a diamond collar, would frequently escape into the orchestra pit during the show terrorizing the musicians.
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