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Feat. Eddie Lang


This recording was made in New York City on May 31st 1928 Wilton Crawley clarinet & vocals, accompanied by Eddie Heywood piano, and Eddie Lang guitar.

*"Old Broke Up Shoes" was written by Wilton Crawley.

Wilton Crawley entertains with a number that gives the term "guilt by association" a new context. In the song the musical comedian boldly proclaims that any woman who's noticeably fallen on hard times for which she might be looked down upon by society "ain't no gal of mine". The novel squawking and honking of Crawley's clarinet is only upstaged briefly by the expert guitar fingers of Eddie Lang.

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