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Rules And Regulations
(Signed Razor Jim)

Edith Wilson acc. by
Johnny Dunn's Jazz Hounds

 

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Recorded in New York City on June 9th 1922 featuring Edith Wilson vocals, accompanied by a band
including Johnny Dunn trumpet.

*"Rules And Regulations (Signed Razor Jim)" was written by Perry Bradford.

Edith Wilson was one of the early stars of African-American musical theater. After working in vaudeville with her pianist Danny Wilson whom she married, Edith rose to prominence in 1921 when she replaced Mamie Smith in Perry Bradford's musical revue "Put And Take." Bradford subsequently arranged for her to begin recording with Columbia in 1921. She then moved on to the "Plantation Revue" which was renamed "From Dover Street To Dixie" when the show moved to London, England in 1923. She remained a popular recording artist for Columbia up until her 1925 departure from the label.



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