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Harmonica Harry

Fred Hall & His Sugar Babies


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Feat. Arthur Fields


This side was produced in New York City on January 11th 1930 with Arthur Fields vocals, Mike Mosiello trumpet, Harry Blevins trombone & harmonica, Carl Edlund and Eddie Grosso clarinet & alto sax, Fred Hall piano & leader, Tom Emerson violin, Albert Russo guitar & banjo, Al Morse bass brass, and Joseph Mayo drums.

*"Harmonica Harry" was written by Phil Baxter.

Fred Arthur Ahl was born in New York in 1898 and began his musical career working as a song-plugger for various music publishers. As a bandleader he adopted the more common name Hall and recorded prolifically for many labels from 1925 until his last session in 1932. Many of his Orchestra's records featured vocalist Arthur Fields with whom Hall enjoyed a lengthy partnership, together co-writing several songs.

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