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Bill Perry's Entertainers / Jack Pettis And His Band - I Never See Maggie Alone / He's The Last Word mp3 track

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Performer: Bill Perry's Entertainers
Title: I Never See Maggie Alone / He's The Last Word
Country: US
Released: 1927
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.6 ✦
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A Bill Perry's Entertainers I Never See Maggie Alone
B Jack Pettis And His Band He's The Last Word
Violin – Joe Venuti

Notes

Jack Pettis first record Dec. 1926 according to Brian Rust Discography pg. 1288

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3882 Bill Perry's Entertainers / Jack Pettis And His Band Bill Perry's Entertainers / Jack Pettis And His Band - I Never See Maggie Alone / He's The Last Word ‎(Shellac, 10", Ora) Domino 3882 US 1927

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