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You Took Advantage Of Me

Miff Mole & His Little Molers


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Feat. Red Nichols


This side was cut in New York City on July 27th 1928 with Leo McConville and Red Nichols trumpets, Miff Mole trombone & leader, Fud Livingston clarinet & tenor sax, Arthur Schutt piano & celeste, Dudley Fosdick mellophone, Carl Kress guitar, Joe Tarto tuba, and Stan King drums.

*"You Took Advantage Of Me" was composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics written by Lorenz Hart.

The "Little Molers" was a pseudonym used for "Red Nichols' Five Pennies" when they recorded for the Okeh label.

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