This was an early on jazz supergroup come up with to get a late-’20s recording session. A number of the players presented in the Jungle City Stompers were operating together regularly, however it is possible that this combination of music artists and the path they thought we would go on this specific date were extremely influenced from the OKeh maker. The invited skill included Elmer Snowden, right here playing banjo, a multi-instrumentalist whose calendar of documenting program activity in the ’20s rivaled any ’60s Hollywood program dude’s datebook for scribble power. Luis Russell got charge of piano responsibilities, one of the performers in the stomping aggregation with reputations as bandleaders within their personal correct. Pianist and composer Spencer Williams was in charge of the complete repertoire this ensemble recorded, a complete of just two music. The appeal of “African Jungle” and “Sluggish as Molasses” do not need to lapse into unsatisfied desires to get more such materials. The busy connection of the celebrity performers included overlaps into additional ensembles documented in the same period, like the Musical Stevedores and Jasper Davis & His Orchestra.