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She's Crying For Me
Dewey Jackson's Peacock Orchestra
Feat. Floyd Campbell
This record was produced on June 21st 1926 in Saint Louis, Missouri with Dewey Jackson cornet & director, Albert Snaer trumpet, William Luper trombone, William Thornton Blue clarinet and alto sax, Cliff Cochran soprano & alto sax, Willie Humphrey clarinet & tenor sax, Burroughs Lovingood piano, Pete Robinson banjo, Pops Foster bass brass, and Floyd Campbell drums & vocals.
St. Louis trumpeter Dewey Jackson, born on June 21st 1900, started his professional music career as a teenager splitting time between the "Odd Fellows Band" and "Tommy Evans' Band." Known as one of the cities' most powerful horn players Dewey led his own bands on the riverboats, and worked with fellow bandleaders Fate Marable and Charlie Creath as early as 1919.
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