Is Snoozer the guitarist on these Mart Britt recordings?

In Brian Rust’s The Victor Master Book Vol. 2 [1969] he lists Mart Britt accompanying himself on guitar in a session from Feb. 9, 1928.

MART BRITT Vocal, Acc. by own guitar
Recorded in Memphis, TN, Feb. 9, 1928 in the Auditorium
41866-3 Tell Me, Sweet Rose – 21261
41867-2 Joe’s Barroom
41868-2 You Will Be Gone – 21261

Bogalusa Daily News p. 3 Feb. 26, 1928

I found an article in the Bogalusa Daily News, from Feb. 26, 1928, saying that:
“Eddie has made several records accompanied with Mart Britt, a vocalist, but has now been solicited by the Victor Company to make a series of records with his trusty banjo.”

I recently tracked down the 78 featuring these two songs. Any chance that we have more Snoozer on record, even as simple accompaniment, is worth investigation! And thanks to fellow New Orleanian and music lover Rob Hudak for digitizing these songs, I can now post them here for your listening pleasure. Any feedback is much appreciated!!!!

I have written off to the great Brian Rust for his opinion on the matter. I do not know what his original sources were. Hope I hear back!!!

Tell Me, Sweet Rose:

You Will Be Gone:

FOUND Victor 21261

Seeking Victor 21261 - Mart Britt

Victor 21261 - Mart Britt

I am looking for Victor 21261, Mart Britt singing “Tell Me Sweet Rose” and “You Will Be Gone.” Above is an ad listing them from the Morning Herald in Uniontown, Pennsylvania from April 21, 1928. I think it is possible that Snoozer is on these Mart Britt recordings. If you come across this, please let me know!!! UPDATE! FOUND IT Jan. 2, 2010. Purchased and will be arriving soon.