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Smith Ballew & His Orchestra


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Feat. Jack Purvis


This side was recorded in New York City on July 25th 1929 with Smith Ballew vocals, Jack Purvis trumpet, Wally Curtis and Lyle Bowen clarinet & alto sax, Babe Russin tenor sax, Bruce Yantis violin, Bobby Van Eps piano, Dick McDonough guitar, Ward Lay string bass, and Dee Orr drums.

*"Miss You" was written by Charles Tobias.

Smith Ballew enjoyed tremendous success as a pop/jazz singer during the late 1920's and early '30's.

This record stands testament as a wonderful example of the Texas Crooner's enchanting vocal style.

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