Each week our panel of experts picks a different National Jukebox selection to highlight.
This week’s selection:
"She’s cryin’ for me" performed by the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, recorded March 26, 1925.
Here is one of Victor’s first recordings made in the Crescent City. This delightful sixteen-measure tune—with a twelve-bar blues thrown in—was also recorded for Okeh, during their field trip to New Orleans, two months earlier.