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Pee Wee & Fingers
Capitol Records T783

A Musical First:

Mr. Ragtime Meets Mr. Dixie
in a rollicking album for young and old

Here's the happiest get-together since Stanley found Livingston. "Pee Wee" and "Fingers" join forces for the first time, and the results are really sensational.

W. Gerhart Hunt III, known to all his fans as "Pee Wee," as Twelfth Street Rag and Oh! have delighted audiences from coast to coast. And at the other end of this joyful juncture is Joe "Fingers" Carr, whose Portuguese Washerwoman and six great albums of bouncy rags and honky-tonk renditions are proof that music of a bygone era needn't stay put.

Mixing Ragtime and Dixieland requires a special touch, and the results are especially rewarding in the hands of two such notables as "Fingers" and "Pee Wee."

With the help of six talented cohorts, they make their first collaboration a real rollicking, stomping, wonderful event all the way! The team of "Pee Wee" and "Fingers" may yet take its place next to bacon-and-eggs, or Sears-and-Roebuck - it's the niftiest combination to come along in quite a spell.

Side One:

How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm

Swingin' Down The Lane

(Isham Jones-Gus Kahn)

Last Night On The Back Porch
(I Loved Her Best Of All)

(Lew Brown-Carl Schraubstrader)

Who Wouldn't Love You
(Carl Fischer-Bill Carey)

Hard Hearted Hannah

Charley My Boy
(Gus Kahn-Ted Fiorita)

Side Two:

Say It Isn't So
(Irving Berlin)

Barney Google

(Billy Rose-Con Conrad)

The Third Man Theme
(Anon Karas-Walter Lord)

O, Katharina!
(Richard Fall-L. Wolfe Gilbert)

The Breeze
(That's Bringin' My Honey Back To Me)


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