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Feat. Red Nichols & Miff Mole


This side was recorded in New York City during January 1926 featuring Red Nichols trumpet, Miff Mole trombone, Dick Johnson clarinet, Rube Bloom piano, Tony Colucci banjo, and Vic Berton drums.

*"Nobody's Rose" was composed by Fred Rose.

A trained pianist Fred Rose moved to Chicago from his hometown in Evansville, Indiana in pursuit of a singing career. There he performed in nightclubs and found work at the QRS company producing player-piano rolls alongside Fats Waller. As a successful songwriter Rose began hosting his own weekday radio program, "Fred Rose's Song Show" on WKYW. In 1933 he moved to Nashville where he became the publishing partner of Roy Acuff, bringing the show with him to local station WSM.

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