Barnyard Blues

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  • The members of the ODJB published the piece copyrighted as their own composition under the alternative title "Barnyard Blues".
  • During production, Victor executives re-titled the B-side of Victor 18255 as "Barnyard Blues" in an effort to avoid offending target audiences with a seemingly vulgar title.
  • A third version was recorded on April 16, 1919 in London, England and released as a 78 single as Columbia 735 with "Barnyard Blues" as the flip side.
  • The Original Dixieland Jazz Band published the sheet music for the composition under the alternate title of "Barnyard Blues" with Leo Feist in New York listing Nick LaRocca as the composer.