Flournoy Miller, Aubrey L. Lyles, Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake had a hit Broadway musical called "Shuffle Along" in 1921 and ran for 504 performances at the Cort Theatre (48 Street East of Broadway). This was one of the first Broadway musicals that was written, directed and starred African-Americans. The cast included Florence Mills, Paul Robeson and Josephine Baker.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Baltimore Buzz
(Introducing "In Honeysuckle Time")

(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
7-15-1921 New York, New York Victor 18791-A
Bandana Days
(Introducing "I'm Just Wild About Harry")

(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
7-15-1921 New York, New York Victor 18791-B
Artist Instrument
Eubie Blake Piano, Leader
Billy Hicks Trumpet
Bill Johnson Clarinet
Calvin Jones Trombone
George Reeves Drums
John Ricks Bass Brass
Noble Sissle Violin
Russell Smith Trumpet
Leroy Vanderveer Trumpet
Vess Williams Alto Saxophone
Sam Yearwood Flute