In 1981, on the World Records LP sleeve notes on the above session, Brian Rust wrote: Some doubts still exist in some collectors minds as to Bix's participation. But surely there can be no doubt that he is the first soloist on Loved One, the same melody as I Like That, and if the rather harder-hitting style on the other two is less caressing than usual, it can be shown many times over that this was just another facet of Bix's playing. The Hotsy Totsy Gang was an all-star unit on that June day; Jack Teagarden from Texas and Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa from Chicago joined with New Yorkers and Easterners such as Frank Signorelli and Joe Venuti to produce as fine a collection of intelligent, but exciting jazz as could be desired - and without any obvious bowing towards the Almighty Dollar or the dictates of Tin Pan Alley. For Deep Harlem, like Loved One/I Like That, is the work of Matt Malneck, this time in collaboration with Frank Signorelli, and Strut, Miss Lizzie, by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton, is a revival for this occasion only, of a popular song of 1920-21 that was recorded by many artists at that time - among them the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. To the last, Bix was faithful to his first love.