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Pleasure Mad

State Street Ramblers


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Feat. Jimmy Blythe


This record was cut in Richmond, Indiana on April 23rd 1928 with Natty Dominique cornet, Darnell Howard clarinet & alto sax, Jimmy Blythe piano, and W. E. Buddy Burton washboard & kazoo.

*"Pleasure Mad" was composed by Sidney Bechet.

Standing as a excellent recorded representation of the jubilant black dance music prevalent in Chicago during the 1920s the "State Street Ramblers" were manong few bands who first made this regional style available to the masses. Small jazz combos of the like enjoyed an increase in popularity as the decade wore on.

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