June 29, 2020
Start Date: June 22, 2020
Final Price: $465.00 (USD)
Bid Count: 13
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ARTIST: Charlie Johnson and His Paradise Band
LABEL: Victor 21712
TITLES: Walk That Thing / The Boy In The Boat
CONDITION: E DESCRIPTION:
One of the ultimate late 1920s Harlem jazz experiences would have been a night at Small's Paradise to hear Charlie Johnson's band. Hot jungle music at it's best here. Two superb sides. Light handling scuffs no effect on sound.
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