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Fred Hamm and Dave Bennett Irving Berlin-New York CAKEWALKING BABIES FROM HOME 19 2 5" Introduced by composer /bandleader Fred Hamm and Chris Smith/Henry Troy/Clarence Troy / Clarence Williams His Orchestra (Victor 19662). In 1930, bandleader Clarence Williams-New York Bert Lown and Chauncey Grey got cut in when Lown 19 2 4 A Jazz standard introduced in vaudeville, on radio, and used it as his theme song and made a hit record on records by the composer/publisher/pianist/music (Columbia 225"8-D).
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Bobby though the Bar Harbor Society Orchestra (Vocalion 1952 with a number 24 hit (Mercury 5773). Maxwell and His Swinging Harps revived it again in CHIRPIN' THE BLUES 37 CLEOPATTERER CHIRPIN' THE BLUES mony 70-H) and Jack Shilkret's Orchestra (Victor Alberta Hunter and Lovie Austin 1I 98 S9) also had fine versions. In a historic pairing, Jack Mills-New York Capitol Records joined their two biggest recording 19 2 3 artists in ragtime and dixieland when Pee Wee Hunt Introduced by Bessie Smith in vaudeville.