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Sugar Foot Stomp - Fletcher Henderson: 1925


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This follows the primordial pattern first laid down by King Oliver's "Dippermouth Blues" (1923), and by subsequent recordings under either title. Oliver's three-chorus solo has been widely copied, and most recordings also include the spoken line "Oh play that thing."  This is a classic jazz piece with an interesting history that leaves traces in many recordings down through the years. There's an extensive list of recordings under both titles here: https://secondhandsongs.com/work/163739/all .

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