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Fred "Sugar" Hall and his
Feat. Harry Blevins
Recording was made in New York City on June 20th 1925 featuring George Knapp cornet, Harry Blevins trombone, Carl Edlund clarinet & alto sax, Tom Emerson violin, Fred Hall piano & director, Albert Russo banjo, Al Morse bass brass, and Joseph Mayo drums.
*"Sobbin' Blues" was composed by Art Kassel and Vic Berton.
Among the high point of this record are the weepy violin passages provided by Tom Emerson, the nimble reeds of Carl Edlund, and Harry Blevins' trombone solo during the second half of the record.
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