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This side was cut in New York City on November 5th 1930 featuring George Bias vocal refrain, Langston Curl, Joe Smith, and Rex Stewart trumpets, Edward Cuffee trombone, Don Redman alto sax, vibraphone, & director, Ed Inge alto sax & vocals, Benny Carter alto sax, Prince Robinson clarinet & tenor sax, Todd Rhodes piano, Dave Wilbourn banjo, Billy Taylor tuba, and Cuba Austin drums.
*"After All, You're All I'm After" was written by Charles Newman, Victor Young, and Sid Lorraine.
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