- Performer:Jones' Paramount Charleston Four
- Title:Homeward Bound Blues / Old Steady Roll
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Companies, etc. Record Company – The New York Recording Laboratories. Banjo – Ernest Tapley Kazoo, Leader – Harvey Jones Mandolin – James Turner Trombone – Eddie Vincent. First advertised in the Chicago Defender on May 30, 1925. Side B was also released on Silvertone 3574 (as "Steady Roll" by "The Hot Dogs"). Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): 2116 Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): 2117.
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|A||Homeward Bound Blues
Written-By – Jones*
|B||Old Steady Roll|
- Record Company – The New York Recording Laboratories
- Banjo [Uncredited] – Ernest Tapley
- Kazoo [Uncredited], Leader [Uncredited] – Harvey Jones
- Mandolin [Uncredited] – James Turner
- Trombone [Uncredited] – Eddie Vincent
NotesFirst advertised in the Chicago Defender on May 30, 1925.
Side A = Mx. 2116-2
Side B = Mx. 2117-2
Both sides were recorded ca. late April, 1925 in Chicago, IL.
Side A was also released on Herwin 92019 (as "Back Home Blues" by "Birmingham Bluetette") and on Silvertone 3574 (as "Pepper Box Blues" by "The Hot Dogs").
Side B was also released on Silvertone 3574 (as "Steady Roll" by "The Hot Dogs").
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 2116
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 2117