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    Lou

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    kspm0220s
    Lou, this is what I copied from Wikipedia about Jack Pepper: Edward Jackson Culpepper, June 14, 1902 – April 1, 1979) was an American vaudeville dancer, singer, comedian, musician, and later in life a Dallas, Texas nightclub manager.Pepper began entertaining on vaudeville in his youth with his sisters Helen and Winnie Mae. He first came to national prominence in the 1920s as part of the duo "Salt and Pepper" with Frank Salt. Pepper sang and played ukulele in a style similar to that of Cliff Edwards in addition to doing comic and dance bits. "Salt and Pepper" appeared prominently in Broadway revues, made radio broadcasts, and recorded a number of sides for Cameo in the mid-20s. After striking out on his own Pepper teamed up with dancer Ginger Rogers as "Ginger and Pepper". They were married from 1929 to 1931. 1929 also marked the first of Pepper's sound film appearances. In 1940 he appeared in two films. During WW 2, he toured with the USO. He continued to appear in films into the 60s.
    By kspm0220s3 years ago
    Lou
    Patrick,probably 99%.Who is Jack Pepper that I saw you mention on Gregorz Blue Steele upload?
    By Lou3 years ago
    kspm0220s
    Lou, I think around 80% of the Kaufman vocals actually were by Irving.
    By kspm0220s3 years ago
    Lou
    Thanks Patrick,Gigi and Blakie.Irving also had a vocalist brother Jack.Irving dominates these 1920s Cameos.
    By Lou3 years ago
    Boston Blackie
    Another great bargain label record with an unaccredited Kaufman vocal. I'd love to see a complete Kaufman discography broken down into different categories. The late Ray Smith thought that he was an important part of American musical history due to the length of his career and the large number of recordings he left us from early cylinders to the electrical era.
    By Boston Blackie3 years ago
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