HAPPY BIRTHDAY DON MURRAY!
Don Murray was one of the best young jazz clarinetist and saxophonists in the 1920s. He recorded with Bix Beiderbecke, Tommy Dorsey, Ted Lewis, Joe Venuti and Adrian Rollini. He was a member of the Jean Goldkette Orchestra and was featured in Ted Lewis' 1929 film "Is Everybody Happy?". Don Murray was born in Joliet, Illinois and attended high school in Chicago. He died in 1929 in Los Angeles from injuries suffered during a freak accident during an epileptic seizure. He was 25.
Prince Robinson, Williams, Allen and Floyd Casey
Chasing The Chickens
Learn To Smile
It's The Last Time You'll Ever Do Me Wrong
If I Had My Way, Pretty Baby
I'm Just Wild About Animal Crackers
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Clarence Williams and his Bottomland Orchestra - Slow River
I'm Coming Virginia
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Red Nichols' Five Pennies