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There's Egypt in
Your Dreamy Eyes
Louisiana Rhythm Kings
Feat. Babe Russin
Recorded in New York City on January 20th 1930 featuring Red Nichols cornet, Tommy Thunen trumpet, Glenn Miller trombone & arranger, Jimmy Dorsey clarinet & alto sax, Babe Russin tenor sax, Jack Russin piano, Wes Vaughan banjo & guitar, Adrian Rollini bass sax, and Gene Krupa drums.
*"There's Egypt in Your Dreamy Eyes" was composed by Fleta Jan Brown and Herbert Spencer.
Irving 'Babe' Russin worked with the Dorsey Brothers, Benny Goodman, and Glenn Miller throughout the 1930's and '40's. The brother of pianist Jack Russin he was renowned for a warm rich tone inspired by Coleman Hawkins and found a great demand for his tenor saxophone at recording sessions and live performances alike.
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