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Jeffries & His Rialto Orchestra - The Toy Drum Major / San Francisco Album

Jeffries & His Rialto Orchestra - The Toy Drum Major / San Francisco Album
Performer: Jeffries & His Rialto Orchestra
Title: The Toy Drum Major / San Francisco
Country: UK
Genre: Jazz
Style:Ragtime
Released: 1926
Catalog number: G-15706
Label: Aco
MP3 album szie: 2320 mb
FLAC album size: 2945 mb

Tracklist

1The Toy Drum Major
2San Francisco

Notes

MADE IN ENGLAND stamped in both runouts

Companies

  • Record Company – The Aeolian Company Ltd., London

Short intro

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