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Dave Kapp

The brothers Kapp would need to arm wrestle to determine which had the best effect on the American popular recording industry. Dave Kapp and Jack port Kapp worked collectively in management, creation, and A&R at both Brunswick and Decca; following a latter’s loss of life in 1949 Dave Kapp was …

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Floyd O’Brien

An excellent trombonist having a warm tone and a good improvising design (while not on the amount of Jack port Teagarden), Floyd O’Brien performed numerous top music artists throughout his profession. He began playing in early 1920s Chicago and was an unofficial person in The Austin SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Gang. …

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