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Just A Little Thing Called Rhythm
Ernie Golden and his
Hotel McAlpin Orchestra
This record was cut in New York City during November 1925, under the direction of Ernie Golden, and featuring Clyde Doerr alto sax.
*"Just A Little Thing Called Rhythm" was composed by Eddie Ward, with lyrics by Chick Endor.
Ernie Golden wrote compositions in variety of musical styles. His led hot orchestras during the 1920's that recorded the hits. In 1930 his music debuted on Broadway in the show Artists and Models. Golden is remembered as author of the original work "Toy Makers Dream."
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