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Van Eps Spcialty Four / Green Brothers Novelty Band

Scandals of 1920/Kamel-Land

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Item Location Asheville, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, 28805
Secondary Artists Green Brothers Novelty Band
Label Symphonola
Item Number 4274
Recording Date 1920
Physical Grade A :: B VG++
Defects Scuffed , Scratch::Barely Audible Scratch
Genre Dance Band, Jazz, Salon, Concert, Popular Instrumental & Organ
Format 10" 78
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Subsidiary Artists George Gershwin?
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Description of Product

Bit to cover here: Scare label pressed by Emerson for the Larkin Co. of Buffalo, N.Y from 1919 to 1922. Though Rust’s Dance Band Discography argues that George Gershwin, the composer on this side, may well have been the pianist on the Van Eps Specialty Four sessions, however Frank Banta, Van Eps’ usual pianist, is listed on the label of this side along with Nathan Glantz and Geo. Hamilton Green. Flip side is fine Fox Trot by Green Brothers Novelty Band which features such talents as Earl Oliver, Tom Brown, Rudy Weidoeft, Arden & Ohman, etc.

Condition: V++; Plays fine, loud and strong, generally quiet surface. Grooves fine but overall light to moderate rubbing/scuffing and fine light scratch or two.

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