|Song by Fletcher Henderson and his orchestra|
|Recorded||October 10, 1924|
|Label||Pathé , Vocalion|
|Composer(s)||Larry Conley and Gene Rodemich|
Shanghai Shuffle is a 1924 jazz standard composed by Fletcher Henderson. It is in the key of F major and is evidently influenced by "Limehouse Blues". The signature clarinet sound has an eastern quality to it; Jeffrey Magee calls it an attempt to "reinforce the exotic jazz-Chinese connection".
- Schuller, Gunther (1968). The History of Jazz. Oxford University Press. p. 259.
- Magee, Jeffrey (13 January 2005). The uncrowned king of swing: Fletcher Henderson and big band jazz. Oxford University Press. p. 185. ISBN 978-0-19-509022-2.
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