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Stavin' Change

Original Indiana Five


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Feat. Nick Vitalo


Recorded in New York City on September 7th 1923 featuring Tony Tortomas trumpet, Pete Pellizzi trombone, Nick Vitalo clarinet & alto sax, Harry Ford piano, Tony Colucci banjo, and Tom Morton drums.

*"Stavin' Change (The Meanest Man In New Orleans)" was composed by Al Bernard.

Also billed as "John Sylvester and his Orchestra" the "Original Indiana Five" made recordings from the early 1920s, ending in 1929. They also performed and appeared on radio in New York during that period.

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