Cab calloway and his orchestra - kickin' the gong around / you gotta ho-de-ho


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from the album The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection · Copyright: Writer(s): Cab Calloway, Irving Mills, Clarence Gaskill Lyrics Terms of Use

Dr. Rosalie Reddick Miller was the first African American woman dentist to practice in the State of Washington.  She was born on December 29, 1925 in Waycross, Georgia.  She attended the all-black public schools in Columbus, Georgia and in 1946 received a B. A. degree from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.    She enrolled at Meharry Medical College and received her . in 1951.  Returning to Columbus, she took over her father’s dental practice and her husband, Dr. Earl V. Miller-- who she married in 1947-- began a practice of general medicine. 

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Once committed to his new career, Cab then found the "Alabamians", and joined them to further peruse his singing and dancing career. The Alabamians were a good band, but they weren't a good enough band to make it in New York. So, after a "battle of the bands", head to head competition on the road with the "Missourians" where the Alabamians had lost, Cab decided to then leave the Alabamians and to join the Missourians. The Missourians was an excellent group, that had previously recorded heated instrumentals but had fallen upon hard times, but now with Cab felt a new hope for fame. This new arrangement worked out better for Cab. According to Gunther Schuler, The Missourians started out as Wilson Robinson's in the early 1920s and then formed their identity while operating as Andrew Preer's Cotton Club Orchestra from 1925-27, when they were the house band of the Cotton Club. The ten-piece


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