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Sara Martin accompanied by Harry's Happy Four

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Alabamy Bound
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
11-23-1925 New York, New York Okeh

Some Of These Mornings 11-23-1925 New York, New York Okeh

Yes, Sir, That’s My Baby
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
11-23-1925 New York, New York Okeh


Sara Martin accompanied by Harry's Happy Four

Artist Instrument
Benard Addison? Banjo
Harry Cooper Cornet
Sara Martin Vocals
Louis Metcalf Cornet
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