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Original Memphis Five

A group founded by Phil Napoleon and Frank Signorelli in Coney Island, New York in 1917 they would prove one of the most fertile of the early white jazz bands. The group also featuring Miff Mole, Jimmy Lytell and at times Red Nichols, recorded under numerous pseudonyms including "Ladd's Black Aces", "Bailey's Lucky Seven", and "The Cotton Pickers".

Videos:

Cuddle Up Blues (2:51)

Gypsy Blues (3:27)

Homesick (3:09)

Hot Aire (3:07)

I'm Going Back To Those Who Won't Go Back On Me (3:08)

I've Got A Song For Sale (3:30)

It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' (2:52)

Loud Speakin' Papa (3:14)

Milenberg Joys (2:52)

More (3:03)

Nine O'Clock Sal (2:38)

No One Knows What It's All About (2:46)

Pickles (3:04)

Shake It And Break It (3:17)

Snakes Hips (2:48)

That Barking Dog, Woof! Woof! (2:57)

Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' bye) (3:01)

When Will The Sun Shine For Me? (3:02)

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