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This recording was produced in New York City in 1929 featuring Joe Cassidy vocals, Clayton Tewkesbury and Lester Brewer trumpets, William Benedict trombone, Charles Dale or Ray Stillson clarinet, soprano, & alto sax, Howard Bartlett clarinet, soprano, & tenor sax, Hal White violin, Charles Buckwalter piano, Frank Masterson banjo, Edward Groff bass brass, and John Strouse drums.
*"Keep Your Sunny Side Up!" was co-written by Ray Henderson, B. G. DeSilva, and Lew Brown.
The song was introduced just months before sung by Janet Gaynor in the early Hollywood talkie appropriately named "Sunny Side Up".
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