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Published on Jan 16, 2013
I've always thought this recording transcended its genre with its erie but soothing sound. This song was recorded for Decca in 1937 along with other great tunes, including "Good Old Bosom Bread," "Fussin'," and "Swing Jackson." Personnel: Elmer Ming, George Smith, Levi Madison, trumpets; Robert Scott, Walter Martin, Freddie Martine, Chick Franklin, reeds; Chick Finney, piano; William "Bede" Baskerville, guitar; Kermit Hayes, bass; Nicholas Haywood, drums.