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Bam-Bam-Bammy Shore

Roger Wolfe Kahn & His
Hotel Biltmore Orchestra


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This recording was produced in New York City on October 2nd 1925 featuring Roger Wolfe Kahn director, Tommy Gott and Leo McConville trumpets, Miff Mole trombone, Arnold Brilhart and Alfie Evans alto sax, Harold Sturr tenor sax, Joe Venuti and Joe Raymond violin, Arthur Schutt piano, Tony Colucci banjo, ______ Crawford bass brass, and Vic Berton drums.

*"Bam Bam Bammy Shore" was composed by Ray Henderson in 1925, with lyric by Mort Dixon.

The Hotel Biltmore for which the Orchestra was named was located at the intersection of Madison Avenue and 43rd Street in New York City.

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