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Dee Blues • Los Blues - Chocolate Dandies* - Dee Blues / Bugle Call Rag (Shellac)

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  7. The Chocolate Dandies featuring Benny Carter and Coleman Hawkins playing Bugle Call Rag and Dee Blues on Columbia 78rpm D. This copy is about VG with some scuffs and groove wear. Slight clouding and light scratches still don't block out the shine of the grooves, and the music is still quite nice and loud and clear. A bit of noise and slight distortion toward the end of each side, but Seller Rating: % positive.

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