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JIMMY JOY - YOU'RE THE FIRST THING I THINK OF IN THE MORNING - ROARING 20'S BRUNSWICK.MP4

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Published on Apr 7, 2012

(And the Last Thing I Think of at Night) This guy must have married the subject of the 1925 song "Let Me Be the First One to Kiss You Good Morning and the Last One to Kiss You Goodnight". The arrangement starts with a nice vocal trio including some scat singing, followed by hot solos and very effective accordion playing.

Fellow Texan Jimmy Maloney, born in 1902 and classmate to Smith Ballew and orchestra leaders Jack and Fred Garnder at the University of Texas in the early 20's, made the majority of his recordings on the Okeh label in 1924 and 1925 in Dallas and Kansas City employing Okeh's mobile recording facilities. However, he recorded five sides for Brunswick in Chicago in 1928, one on March 19 and the other four which include this one on May 21.

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