Nice record. If June Clark is involved on trumpet (as some suspect), he sounds completely different from his later (1925-7) utterances. The half chorus of JPJ piano on "Daddy" is by far the high point of both sides. -Brad Kay
Mr. Kay...thanks for the comment. I really do admire those of you that can identify...or rule out...players by ear.
The Following month James P Johnson's Harmony Eight accompany Trixie Smith in New York recording "You missed a good Women when you picked all over me" and "Long Lost Weary Blues". The only member lised is Walter Watkins-ts with a ?peter