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You've Had Your Day
Lucille Hegamin and her
Blue Flame Syncopators
Feat. Bill Hegamin
This side was cut in New York City during November of 1921 with Lucille Hegamin vocals, Wesley Johnson trumpet, Charlie Irvis trombone, unknown clarinet, Harvey Boone alto sax, Bill Hegamin piano, and Ralph Escudero tuba.
*"You've Had Your Day" was written by Cliff Edwards.
Lucille and her husband Bill Hegamin formed their "Blue Flame Syncopators" in 1920. They singed with Arto Records and toured Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio on the vaudeville circuit. When the company filed for bankruptcy in 1923 she was picked up by the Cameo label.
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