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All The Time

Mary Jackson acc. by
Perry Bradford's Jazz Phools

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Feat. James P. Johnson ?

Recorded in New York City during October of 1923 at a session directed by Perry Bradford featuring Mary Jackson vocals, Gus Aiken cornet, Garvin Bushnell clarinet & alto sax, James P Johnson piano, and Sam Speed banjo.

*"All The Time" was written by Perry Bradford.

Although Brian Rust's discography lists Leroy Tibbs as the pianist for this session it sounds more like James P. Johnson. Despite the use of sliding cords indicative of the style of Lemuel Fowler it is unlikely to be him either.

Fowler fought Perry Bradford in court in January of 1923 claiming ownership of the song "He May Be Your Man" and won. As a result Bradford was sentenced to a month in jail after which the two were no longer on speaking terms and probably would not have worked together.

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