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Loud Speakin' Papa
The Charleston Chasers
Feat. Dick Johnson
This recording was made in New York City on August 28th 1925 featuring Leo McConville cornet, Miff Mole trombone, Dick Johnson clarinet, alto sax, & director, Arthur Schutt piano, Tony Colucci banjo, Joe Tarto tuba,
and Vic Berton drums.
*"Loud Speakin' Papa" was composed by Lew Pollack, with lyrics by Jack Yellen.
Directed by reed man Dick Johnson this "Original Memphis Five" based Columbia recording unit differs from other manifestations of the group when "The Charleston Chasers" was essentially used as a pseudonym for "Red Nichols and his Five Pennies".
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