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Sweet Man Joe
Josie Miles acc. by
The Kansas City Five
Miles Of Stage
This recording was made on October 2nd 1924 in New York City featuring, Josie Miles vocals, Bubber Miley trumpet, Bob Fuller clarinet, Jake Frazier trombone, Louis Hooper piano, and Elmer Snowden banjo.
Josie Miles was born in Summerville, South Carolina, but was working as an entertainer in New York City by the early 1920s. There she appeared in Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle's musical comedy "Shuffle Along." Josie made her first recordings in 1922 for the Black Swan Company, and later recorded for the Gennett, Ajax, Edison, and Banner Records labels. In 1923 she performed in New York City in James P. Johnson's revue "Runnin' Wild" at the Colonial Theater, and toured the African-American circuit with the Black Swan Troubadours.
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