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Recorded in Richmond, Indiana on January 21st 1924 featuring Charles 'Doc' Cooke director, Freddie Keppard and Elwood Graham cornets, Fred Garland trombone, Jimmy Noone and Clifford King clarinet & alto sax, Joe Poston alto sax, Jerome Pasquall tenor sax, Jimmy Bell violin, Antonia Spaulding piano, Stan Wilson banjo, Bill Newton bass brass, and Bert Greene drums.
*"Scissor Grinder Joe" was composed by S. J. Stocco & Haven Gillespie.
Cook's Dreamland Orchestra served as the house band at Paddy Harmon's Dreamland Ballroom from 1922 to 1927 during which the group would employ a number of prominent Chicago jazz men many of whom originally hailed from New Orleans.
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