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Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra

Old Man Mose / Was I To Blame For Falling in Love With You

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Instant Purchase Price $2.99
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Item Location Natick, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, 01760
Label Decca
Item Number 622
Recording Date 1935
Physical Grade A :: B VG
Genre Big Band & Swing, Dance Band, Jazz, Personality
Format 10" 78
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1

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Description of Product

Decca 622, 78 RPM.

Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra performing Old Man Mose / Was I To Blame For Falling in Love With You.

Record is in VG condition, plays nicely over light to moderate surface noise.  Labels are  good. 

1935 catalog number but a later later label type, c. 1938; recorded in New York, November 21, 1935.

Personnel:

Louis Armstrong (tp,vcl) Louis Bacon, Leonard Davis, Gus Aiken (tp) Harry White, Jimmy Archey (tb) Henry Jones, Charlie Holmes (as) Bingie Madison (cl,ts) Greely Walton (ts) Luis Russell (p) Lee Blair (g) Pops Foster (b) Paul Barbarin (d)

Terrific and Scarce Swing Jazz 78 in VG Condition.

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