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Author: Columbia Records, Inc.
Publisher: New York, NY : Columbia/Epic/Legacy, ℗1999.
Series: Sony Music 100 years.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Columbia Records, Inc.
OCLC Number: 42868099
Notes: Columbia/Epic/Legacy: J2K 65788 (JK 65789--JK 65790).
Selections previously released chiefly by Columbia Records.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Michael Brooks (65 p. : ill.) inserted.
Credits: Compilation producer, Michael Brooks ; executive producers, Jeff Jones and Steve Berkowitz.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: Selections recorded 1890-1949.
Description: 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: The Washington post march (United States Marine Band) --
King of the bungaloos (Gene Greene) --
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm? (Nora Bayes) --
When the moon shines on the moonshine (Bert Williams) --
Swanee (Al Jolson) --
Oh! lady be good (Cliff Edwards) --
Yes sir! that's my baby (Lee Morse) --
If you knew Susie (Eddie Cantor) --
Some of these days (Ted Lewis & his band featuring Sophie Tucker) --
My blue heaven (Don Voorhees & his orchestra) --
My melancholy baby (Dorsey Brothers and their orchestra) --
Can't help lovin' dat man (Aunt Jemima) --
The blue room (Joe Venuti's Blue Four) --Makin' whoopee (Paul Whiteman & his orchestra featuring Bing Crosby) --
Ain't misbehavin' (Louis Armstrong & his orchestra) --
Lovable and sweet (Annette Hanshaw) --
Happy days are here again (Ben Selvin & his orchestra) --
Ten cents a dance (Ruth Etting) --
The peanut vendor (California Ramblers) --
Black and blue (Ethel Waters) --
When the moon comes over the mountain (Kate Smith & her Swanee Music) --
You rascal you (Jack Teagarden & his orchestra) --
Everybody loves my baby (the Boswell Sisters) --
Minnie the moocher's wedding day (Cab Calloway & his orchestra) --
Brother, can you spare a dime? (Bing Crosby) --
Diga diga doo (the Mills Brothers with Duke Ellington & his orchestra) --
I gotta right to sing the blues (Lee Wiley) --
Easter parade (Gene Austin) --
The object of my affection (Pinky Tomlin) --
The lady in red (Louis Prima and his New Orleans Gang) --
The music goes round and round (Frank Froeba & his swing band) --
I can't get started (Bunny Berigan & his Boys) --
These foolish things (Teddy Wilson & his orchestra featuring Billie Holiday) --
The toy trumpet (Raymond Scott Quintet) --
Nightmare (Artie Shaw & his New Music) --
The flat foot floogie (Slim & Slam) --
My heart belongs to Daddy (Eddie Duchin & his orchestra featuring Mary Martin) --
September song (Walter Huston) --
I thought about you (Benny Goodman & his orchestra featuring Mildred Bailey) --
Down the road a piece (Will Bradley Trio) --
Prisoner of love (Teddy Wilson & his orchestra featuring Lena Horne) --
Why don't you do right? (Benny Goodman & his orchestra featuring Peggy Lee) --
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition (Kay Kyser & his orchestra) --
Comin' in on a wing and a prayer (Golden Gate Quartet) --
I'm beginning to see the light (Harry James & his orchestra featuring Kitty Kallen) --
Laura (Woody Herman & his orchestra) --
Linda (Ray Noble & his orchestra featuring Buddy Clark) --
Buttons and bows (Dinah Shore & her Happy Valley Boys) --
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer (Gene Autry & the Pinafores) --
One for my baby (Frank Sinatra).
Series Title: Sony Music 100 years.

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