January 1925. New York.

Blu-Disc recording session.

Florence Bristol: Otto Hardwick, as; Duke Ellington, p.

T2018-2 Up-to-Date 2019-A M1:7
AT1:3
How Come You Do Me Like You Do
Florence Bristol, vocal


June 8, 1925. New York.

Blu-Disc recording session. This date is not listed in Timner 4th or the New Desor, so Ellington's involvement should be regarded as questionable.

The Hotsy Totsy Boys: Irving Mills, kazoo; possibly Duke Ellington or Jimmy McHugh, p.

9533-A Blu-Disc M1:8
AT1:4
{Everything Is Hotsy Totsy Now}
Irving Mills, vocal


circa September 11, 1925. New York.

Pathe recording session at the East 53rd Street Studio. Fred Guy replaces Francis.

Duke Ellington's Washingtonians: Pike Davis, t; Charlie Irvis, tb; Prince Robinson, cl ts; Otto Hardwick, as; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, bj; Henry Edwards, bb.

106250 Pathe 36333 M1:9
C24-27:3
I'm Gonna Hang Around My Sugar
106251 Pathe 36333 M1:10
C24-27:4
Trombone Blues


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