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No One Can
Take Your Place

Frank Trumbauer
& His Orchestra


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Feat. Smith Ballew


This recording was made in New York City on April 30th 1929 featuring Smith Ballew vocals, Bix Beiderbecke and Andy Secrest cornets, Bill Rank trombone, Irving Friedman clarinet & tenor sax, Chester Hazlett alto sax, Frank Trumbauer c-melody, alto sax, & director, Matty Malneck violin & arranger, Kurt Dieterle and Mischa Russell violins, Roy Bargy piano, Snoozer Quinn guitar, Min Leibrook bass sax, and Stan King drums.

*"No One Can Take Your Place" was composed by Frank Signorelli and Matty Malneck, with lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert.

"Frank Trumbauer & His Orchestra" take on a supportive role as accompanists for the recording of this dynamic love ballad by singer Smith Ballew. Taking his usual solo spot at the end of the record Bix Beiderbecke plays eight muted bars on his cornet. Bix's subdued delivery blends well with the sound from rest of the ensemble.

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