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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George M Cohan; Nora Bayes; Jack Norworth; Nat M Wills; Elsie Janis; Bert Williams; Flo Bert; Sophie Tucker; Marion Harris; Margaret Young, (Vocalist); Lou Holtz; Blossom Seeley; Willie Howard; Eugene Howard; Patricola, Miss; Ben Selvin; George Price; Ruth Roye; Harry Lauder, Sir; Irene Franklin; Joseph E Howard; Peggy English; Wendell W Hall; Harry Fox; Beatrice Curtis; Ted Lewis; Aileen Stanley; Mel Klee; Belle Baker; Lou Clayton; Eddie Jackson; Jimmy Durante; Jane Green; Eddie Foy; Esther Walker; Ed Lowry; Cora Green; Dick Rich; Cherie, Mlle; Harry Richman; Bessie Brown; Johnny Marvin; Rose Marie; Avon Comedy Four,; Rega Dance Orchestra,; Gallagher and Shean,; Isham Jones Orchestra,; Selvin's Orchestra,; Troubadours (Musical group : Nick Lucas),; Troubadours (Musical group : Lanin),; Van and Schenck,; Ted Lewis Jazz Band,; Clayton, Jackson and Durante (Musical group),; Monarchs of Melody,; Duncan Sisters,
|Language Note:||Vocals sung in English.|
Program notes in English by Jim Stettler inserted in container.
|Event notes:||Recorded 1911-1933.|
|Description:||2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||disc 1. You won't do any business if you haven't got a band / Cohen (George M. Cohan) (2:26) --
Turn off your light, Mr. Moon Man / Bayes, Norworth (Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth) (3:39) --
Saving up coupons for Mother / Anonymous (Nat Wills) (3:04) --
The Darktown strutter's ball / Brooks (Elsie Janis) (2:47) --
You can't get away from it / Schwartz (Bert Williams) (2:47) --
All by myself / Berlin (Flo Bert) (3:06) --
I'm going way back home and have a wonderful time / Jerome, Schwartz (Avon Comedy Four) (2:46) --
Vampin' Sal (the sheba of Georgia) / Creamer, Pollack (Sophie Tucker ; Rega Dance Orchestra) (2:50) --
Positively Mr. Gallagher-Absolutely Mr. Shean / Gallagher, Shean (Gallagher and Shean) (3:15) --
Sweet Indiana home / Donaldson (Marion Harris ; Isham Jones Orchestra) (2:59) --
Tomorrow / Turk, Robinson (Margaret Young) (3:07) --
Lovey come back / Young, Lewis, Handman (Lou Holtz) (2:51) --
Way down yonder in New Orleans / Creamer, Layton (Blossom Seeley) (2:34) --
After the opera (Willie and Eugene Howard) (3:07) --
If I can't get the sweetie I want / Schwartz (Miss Patricola ; Ben Selvyn's Orchestra) (2:52) --
Nobody's child / Murphy, Price (Georgie Price ; The Troubadours) (2:38) --
Hotsy totsy town / Kalmer, Ruby, Jerome (Ruth Roye) (2:51) --
Roamin' in the gloamin' / Lauder (Sir Harry Lauder) (4:02) --
Red head! / Franklin, Green ; Be your age / Anonymous (Irene Franklin) (3:49) --
Goodbye my lady love / Howard ; I wonder who's kissing her now / Hough, Adams, Howard, Orlob (Joseph E. Howard) (4:27) --
disc 2. Magnolia / DeSylva, Brown, Henderson (Van and Schenck) (2:44) --
Let's talk about my sweetie / Kahn, Donaldson (Peggy English) (2:44) --
Headin' home (bound for Birmingham) / Hall (Wendell Hall) (2:33) --
Love baby / Greer, Rose (Harry Fox ; Beatrice Curtis) (1:59) --
Alexander's ragtime band / Berlin (Ted Lewis and His Band) (3:04) --
Looking at the world thru' rose colored glasses / Malie, Steiger (Aileen Stanley) (2:47) --
If you want the rainbow (you must have the rain) / Rose, Dixon, Levant (Mel Klee) (2:27) --
Baby your mother (like she babied you) / Burke, Donelly, Morse (Belle Baker) (3:11) --
Can Broadway do without me? / Durante (Clayton, Jackson, Durante) (3:05) --
Mine all mine / Stept, Ruby, Cowan (Jane Green) (2:42) --
The day I marry you / Anonymous (Eddie Foy, Jr.) (2:04) --
I ain't that kind of a baby / Kahal, Britt, Fain (Esther Walker) (2:04) --
That's what puts the "sweet" in "Home sweet home" / Lowry, Gordon, Newman (Ed Lowry) (3:03) --
I'll tell the world (you're all the world to me) / Turk, Ahlert (Cora Green) (1:39) --
There must be a silver lining (that's shining for me) / Donaldson, Morse (Larry Rich and His Melodious Monarchs ; Mlle. "Cherie") (2:45) --
It must be an old Spanish custom / Dreyer, MacDonald (The Duncan Sisters) (3:22) --
I just roll along (havin' my ups and downs) / Trent, DeRose (Harry Richman) (2:40) --
The blues singer from Alabam / Castleton, Williams (Bessie Brown) (3:00) --
Strum my blues away / Sargent, Marvin ; A little music in the moonlight / Stanley, Grossman (Johnny Marvin) (4:24) --
Come out come out wherever you are / Freed, Hoffman, Goodhart (Baby Rose Marie) (2:57).
|Other Titles:||You won't do any business if you haven't got a band.
Turn off your light, Mr. Moon Man.
Saving up coupons for mother.
Darktown strutters' ball.
You can't get away from it.
All by myself.
I'm going way back home and have a wonderful time.
Vampin' Sal (the sheba of Georgia)
Sheba of Georgia.
Positively Mr. Gallagher-absolutely Mr. Shean.
Sweet Indiana home.
Lovey came back.
'Way down yonder in New Orleans.
Away down yonder in New Orleans.
After the opera.
If I can't get the sweetie I want.
Hotsy totsy town.
Romain' in the gloamin'.
Roaming in the gloaming.
Be your age.
Goodbye my lady love.
I wonder who's kissing her now.
Let's talk about my sweetie.
Headin' home (bound for Birmingham)
Bound for Birmingham.
Alexander's ragtime band.
Looking at the world thru' rose colored glasses.
Looking at the world through rose colored glasses.
If you want the rainbow (you must have the rain)
You must have the rain.
Baby your mother (like she babied you)
Like she babied you.
Can Broadway do without me?
Mine all mine.
Day I marry you.
I ain't that kind of a baby.
That's what puts the "sweet" in "home sweet home".
I'll tell the world (you're all the world to me)
You're all the world to me.
There must be a silver lining (that's shining for me)
That's shining for me.
It must be an old Spanish custom.
I just roll along (havin' my ups and downs)
Having my ups and downs.
Blues singer form Alabam.
Strum my blues away.
A little music in the moonlight.
Come out come out wherever you are.