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Recorded in New York City on April 22nd 1925 featuring Ed Kirkeby director, Arthur Hall vocals, Red Nichols and unknown trumpets, Tommy Dorsey trombone, Bobby Davis clarinet & alto sax, Arnold Brilhart alto sax, Fred Cusick tenor sax, Irving Brodsky piano, Tommy Fellini banjo, Adrian Rollini bass sax, and Stan King drums.

*"The Flapper Wife" was composed by Carl Rupp, with words by Beatrice Burton.

Author and playwright Bernice Burton wrote the popular jazz age romance novel "The Flapper Wife", "The Story of A Jazz Bride" in 1925.

Portraying one woman's struggle against conformity, the book was later adapted to film in the 1926 motion picture "His Jazz Bride".

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