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Feat. Benny Waters


This recording was produced in New York City on March 8th 1927 featuring June Clark trumpet, Ernest Elliot clarinet, soprano, & alto sax, ? Benny Waters tenor sax, and Lemuel Fowler piano & vocals, with unknown trombone, banjo, bass brass, & drums.

*"Percolatin' Blues" was composed by Lemuel Fowler.

This record represented Fowler at his unadulterated best as competent pianist/composer, vocalist, and leader with a band made up of some of his favorite collaborators as their name strongly implies.

With a number of undocumented members this record is thought to feature the early tenor saxophone work of Benny Waters who was a regular member of "Charlie Johnson's Paradise Orchestra" at the time.

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