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Sweet Mumtaz

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Feat. Albert Nicholas


This recording was produced in Chicago on March 10th 1926 featuring, George Mitchell cornet, Kid Ory trombone, Albert Nicholas clarinet & alto sax, Barney Bigard tenor sax, Luis Russell piano & director, Johnny St. Cyr banjo, and Richard M. Jones speech.

*"Sweet Mumtaz" is credited to Luis Russell.

A tune of obvious Latin influence, this number finds Luis Russell leading a group of musicians for a 1926 session who would come to be associated with "Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers". The talkative Richard M. Jones can also be heard providing spoken outbursts from the side lines.

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