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Feat. Ernest Hare

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The "California Ramblers" made this recording in New York City on September 17th 1925 with Ernest Hare vocal, Arthur Hand vniolin & director, Frank Cush and Roy Johnston trumpets, Spiegle Willcox trombone, Bobby Davis clarinet, alto, & soprano sax, Ed Stannard alto sax, Freddy Cusick clarinet & tenor sax, Adrian Rollini bass sax, Irving Brodsky piano, Tommy Felline banjo, and Stan King drums.

*"Show Me the Way to Go Home" is an English folk song made famous by its 1925 adaptation by the British songwriting team James Campbell and Reginald Connelly under the pseudonym "Irving King." It was written by Campbell and Connelly on a train from London when, tiring of their travels, they had a few drinks during the journey.



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