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Feat. Charles A. Matson


Recorded in New York City during January of 1924 featuring unknown cornets, John Masefield trombone,
Charles A. Matson piano & leader, and Sam Speed banjo.

A barber by profession Charles Matson's love for music would transport the pianist from his home state of Wisconsin to The Windy City and finally New York where his musical career blossomed so much in fact that he would come to be dubbed the "Little Clarence Williams". After recording with an assembly billed as "Ted Claire's Snappy Bits Band" for Gennette and as the leader of his "Creole Serenaders" for Edison in 1923, he appeared heading "Maton's Lucky Seven" on a release for the Paramount label at the beginning of 1924.

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