Recorded in New York City on September 13th 1928 featuring Sid Garry vocals, Fred Van Eps Jr and Moe Selzer trumpets, Pete Pumiglio and Harold Marcus alto sax, Sam Ruby tenor sax, Joe LeFaro violin, Chauncey Gray piano, Tommy Felline guitar, Jack Hansen bass brass, and Chick Condon drums.
The "Golden Gate Orchestra" was a recording pseudonym for the "California Ramblers."
Their name came from the Ramblers Inn in Pelham, New York one of the venues where they had played.
The Ramblers' manager, Ed Kirkeby waived all of the band's royalties with the Columbia label for the right to record for other companies under different names.
Remaining consistently successful as one of the hottest dance bands throughout the 1920s their services were in high demand recording constantly with various changes in personnel.
Other pseudonyms used by the group include "Golden Gate Orchestra", "Goldie's Syncopators", "Goofus Five", "Five Birmingham Babies", "University Six", "Varsity Eight", "Meyer's Dance Band", and "Ted Wallace and his Orchestra."
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