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Back Where The Daffodils Grow

Golden Gate Orchestra
(California Ramblers)


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Feat. Arthur Hand


This recording was produced in New York City on November 7th 1924 with Arthur Hand violin & director, Frank Cush and Bill Moore trumpets, Lloyd Olsen trombone, Bobby Davis clarinet, alto, & soprano sax, Arnold Brilhart clarinet & alto sax, Fred Cusick tenor sax, Irving Brodsky piano, Ray Kitchingman banjo, Adrian Rollini bass sax, and Stan King drums.

*"Back Where The Daffodils Grow" was composed by Walter Donaldson.

Arthur Hand's violin is prominently heard in the assembly playing throughout with Adrian Rollini making his presence known with a well placed riff at the end of the introduction.

The more notable parts of this performance include nice muted horn passage from Frank Cush and Bill Moore leading into a chorus of call and response with Rollini. Then things really heat up when Cusick, Davis and Brilhart emerge from the background to concoct their own delightful reeded interactions.

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