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Sara Martin acc. by W.C. Handy's Orchestra
Sara Martin was on tour with W.C. Handy’s Orchestra when these recordings where made in 1923.

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Come Home Papa Blues
(Billy Smythe)
4-21-1923 New York, New York Okeh
8061-A
It Takes A Long Time To Get ‘Em But You Can Lose Them Overnight
(Billy Smythe)
4-21-1923 New York, New York Okeh
8061-B
Laughin’ Cryin’ Blues
(Porter Grainger / Everett Ricketts)
4-21-1923 New York, New York Okeh
8064

Sara Martin acc. by W.C. Handy's Orchestra

Artist Instrument
Sylvester Bevard ? Trombone
Tick Gray ? Cornet
Charlie Hillman ? Piano
Sara Martin Vocals
unknown Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone Banjo, Drums

 

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