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Swing Brother, Swing

Wingy Manone and his Orchestra


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This recording was produced in New York City on January 15, 1935 by Wingy Manone and his Orchestra.

*"Swing Brother, Swing" was composed by Clarence Williams, Walter Bishop, and Lewis Raymond.

One armed New Orleans trumpeter Wingy Manone delivers his ulta swingin' rendition of a song which later became a big hit for Billie Holiday with the "Count Basie Orchestra" at New York's Savoy Ballroom.

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