Recorded in Chicago on October 14th 1925 with Herb Wiedoeft trumpet, Joseph Nemoli cornet, Clyde Lucas trombone & vocal, Jesse Stafford trombone, Fred Bibesheimer, Gene Rose, and Dubbie Kirkpatrick clarinet, alto, & tenor sax, Vincent Rose piano, Jose Sucedo banjo, Gerhardt Gay Wiedoeft tuba, and Adolph Wiedoeft drums.
*"Deep Elm" was composed by Willard Robison and Sonny Clay.
Herb and the Wiedoeft family orchestra breath new life into this famous folk blues song about a popular entertainment venue once located on Elm Street in a Dallas, Texas neighborhood known as "Deep Ellum".
The song was first recorded by the Cofer Brothers in 1923 for OKeh Records billed as the "Georgia Black Bottom".
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