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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Al Jolson; Fanny Brice; Marion Harris; Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Royal Dadmun; Billy Murray; Irving Kaufman; Jack Kaufman; Aileen Stanley; Henry Burr; Paul Whiteman Orchestra.; Isham Jones Orchestra.; Ernest L. Stevens Trio.; Zez Confrey Orchestra.; Virginians (Musical group : Ross Gorman); Carl Fenton's Orchestra.; Blues Serenaders.; Ted Lewis Jazz Band.
|Language Note:||Vocals sung in English.|
All selections were originally released in 1922, except track 24, which is a 1926 remake of a recording originally released in 1922.
Program notes by Lawrence Tedder and discographical information in English inserted in container.
|Credits:||Compiled by Larry Tedder and Ray Crick.|
|Event notes:||Recorded 1921-1926.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Do it again! (Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra) (3:03) --
April showers (Al Jolson) (3:01) --
On the Alamo (Isham Jones & his Orchestra) (3:20) --
Second hand rose (Fanny Brice) (3:16) --
Chicago (Ernest L. Stevens & his Dance Trio) (3:52) --
Some sunny day (Marion Harris) (2:41) --
Kitten on the keys (Zez Confrey & his Orchestra) (2:56) --
Song of love (Lucy Isabelle Marsh & Royal Dadmun) (3:02) --
Hot lips (Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra) (3:23) --
Jimbo-jambo (Billy Murray) (2:45) --
Early in the morning blues (the Virginians) (3:02) --
Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean (Irving & Jack Kaufman) (2:51) --
Nola (Carl Fenton & his Orchestra) (3:22) --
A kiss in the dark (the Serenaders) (3:14) --
Sweet Indiana home (Ailene Stanley) (3:07) --
I'll build a stairway to Paradise (Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra) (3:10) --
Angel child (Al Jolson) (2:37) --
Georgette (Ted Lewis & his Band) (2:44) --
My buddy (Henry Burr) (2:48) --
I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate (the Virginians) (3:00) --
Stumbling (Billy Murray) (2:44) --
The world is waiting for the sunrise (Isham Jones & his Orchestra) (3:01) --
When you and I were young Maggie, blues (Irving Kaufman) (2:56) --
Three o'clock in the morning (Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra) (3:17).
|Series Title:||Living era.; Roaring twenties.|
|Other Titles:||Hits of 1922
Do it again!