Item P078-11-009 - Bouncy / Blue at Dawn

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Bouncy / Blue at Dawn

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  • [1945?] (Creation)

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1 audio disc (ca. 7 min.) : shellac, 78 rpm ; 25 cm

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On the Continental label - "Bouncy" and "Blue at Dawn" by Timmie [sic] [Timme?] Rosenkrantz and His Barons. Red Norvo - vibraharp; Ch. Venturo - tenor sax; O.J. Hardwick - alto sax; J.A. Bothwell - alto sax; H.H. Carney Jr. - baritone sax; J.H. Jones - piano; Spec's Powell - drums; J. O. Levy - bass. Both sides composed by Rosenkrantz, Jones and Cavanaugh

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      An existing note stated that P078-11-009 was transferred from DAT002 to CD P078-11-001=PC/AC/WF (which includes 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, and 009) in October 2004. When the discs were ripped, the file was not found with the others as indicated.

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