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Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight


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This side was recorded in New Orleans on November 15th 1929 featuring Lee Collins cornet, David Jones tenor sax, Sidney Arodin clarinet, Theodore Purnell alto sax, John Robichaux piano, Emmanuel Sayles banjo, Al Morgan bass, and Joe Strode Raphael drums.

*"Damp Weather" was composed by Albert Morgan and Emmanuel Sayles.

Underrated New Orleans trumpeter Lee Collins played in Pops Foster's Young Eagles band as a teenager. In 1924 he traveled North to Chicago to replace Louis Armstrong in King Oliver's Band. Collins would return to the Crescent City by the end of the 1920's following an argument over song ownership with his once close friend Jelly Roll Morton.

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