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The Seven Brown Babies
Seven Brown BabiesThe Seven Brown Babies was a pseudonym for the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra. They recorded four sides four sides in October 1923 that were all released on the AJAX label. Also Read: Fletcher Henderson (1897-1952) and Fletcher Henderson: Profiles in Jazz.

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Charleston Crazy
(Porter Grainger / Bob Ricketts)
10-1923 New York, New York Ajax 17011
Dicty Blues
(Lyons / Fletcher Henderson)
10-1923 New York, New York Ajax 17011
Do Doodle Oom 10-1923 New York, New York Ajax 17009
West Indian Blues 10-1923 New York, New York Ajax 17009

The Seven Brown Babies

Artist Instrument
Edgar Campbell Clarinet
Charlie Dixon Banjo
Coleman Hawkins Tenor Saxophone
Fletcher Henderson Piano
Kaiser Marshall Drums
Teddy Nixon Trombone
Don Redman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Howard Scott Cornet

 

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