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Muddy Water
(A Mississippi Moan)

Don Voorhees and his
Earl Carroll's Vanities Orchestra


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The Earl Carroll Theater


This side was recorded in New York City on January 17th 1927 Don Voorhees director, Harold Yates vocal, Red Nichols and Leo McConville trumpet, Miff Mole trombone, Bill Trone mellophone, Phil Gleason and Fred Morrow clarinet, soprano, & alto sax, Paul Cartwright clarinet, soprano, & tenor sax, Joe Raymond violin, Arthur Schutt piano, Dick McDonough banjo & guitar, Jack Hansen bass brass, and Vic Berton drums.

*"Muddy Water (A Mississippi Moan)" was written by Pete De Rose, Harry Richman, and Jo Trent.

In 1922 Earl Carroll built the first theater bearing his name in New York. The building was demolished in 1931 to be rebuilt on a grander scale. He would erect another lavish theater on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood in 1938.

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