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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ben Selvin; Al Jolson; Paul Whiteman; Marion Harris; Billy Murray; Joseph C Smith, (Band leader); Gladys Rice, (Soprano); Nora Bayes; Art Hickman; Ted Lewis; Ernest Hare; Frank Crumit; Vaughn De Leath; Eddie Cantor; Paul Biese; Lopex & Hamilton.; Ambassador Orchestra.; Original Dixieland Jazz Band.; Original Indiana Five (Musical group); Novelty Orchestra of New Orleans.
|Notes:||Popular and dance orchestra music; various performers.
All selections were originally released in 1920, except tracks 20 and 21, which are previously unreleased.
Program notes by Larry Tedder laid in container.
|Credits:||Compiled by Larry Tedder and Ray Crick.|
|Event notes:||Recorded 1919-1920.|
|Description:||1 audio disc (72 min.) : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Dardanella (Ben Selvin & his Novelty Orchestra) (3:14) --
Swanee (Al Jolson) (2:34) --
Whispering (Paul Whiteman & his Ambassador Orchestra) (3:11) --
The St. Louis blues (Marion Harris) (3:01) --
I'll see you in C-U-B-A (Billy Murray) (2:52) --
The love nest (Joseph C. Smith & his Orchestra) (3:15) --
Marion, you'll soon be marryin' me (Billy Murray & Gladys Rice) (3:10) --
The Japanese sandman (Paul Whiteman & his Ambassador Orchestra) (2:55) --
Alice Blue Gown (Joseph C. Smith & his Orchestra) (3:18) --
Wait till you get them up in the air, boys (Billy Murray) (2:56) --
Prohibition blues (Nora Bayes) (3:04) --
You ain't heard nothin' yet (Al Jolson) (2:41) --
Hold me (Art Hickman & his Orchestra) (3:14) --
When my baby smiles at me (Ted Lewis & his Jazz band) (2:44) --
Margie (the Original Dixieland Jazz Band) (3:18) --
Mean, mean mama (the Original Indiana Five) (2:56) --
Rock me in my Swanee cradle (Ernest Hare) (3:02) --
Left all alone again blues (Marion Harris) (2:58) --
Oh, by jingo! Oh by gee! You're the only gal for me (Frank Crumit) (3:06) --
Original Dixieland one-step (Lopex & Hamilton, "Kings of Harmony") (4:10) --
I love the land of Old Black Joe (Vaughn DeLeath) (3:59) --
You'd be surprised (Eddie Cantor) (3:11) --
In sweet September (Al Jolson) (3:04) --
Chili bean (Frank Crumit) (3:04).
|Series Title:||Living era.; Roaring twenties.|
St. Louis blues.
I'll see you in C-U-B-A.
Marion, you'll soon be marryin' me.
Alice Blue Gown.
Wait till you get them up in the air, boys.
You ain't heard nothin' yet.
When my baby smiles at me.
Mean, mean mama.
Rock me in my Swanee cradle.
Left all alone again blues.
Oh, by jingo! Oh by gee! You're the only gal for me.
Original Dixieland one-step.
I love the land of Old Black Joe.
You'd be surprised.
In sweet September.
Hits of 1920