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China Boy

Stephane Grappelli and his Hot Four

 

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This side was recorded in Paris, France on October 21st 1935 with Stephane Grappelli, violin; Django Reinhardt, guitar: Jospeh Reinhardt and Pierre "Baro" Ferret, rhythm guitars; and Tony Rovira, bsss.

*China Boy" is a popular song written in 1922 by Phil Boutelje and Dick Winfree. It was first introduced in vaudeville by Henry E. Murtagh, and popularized by the Paul Whiteman Orchestra's 1929 Columbia recording featuring Bix Beiderbecke.




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