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The original sound of "The twenties."

; Columbia Records, Inc
[New York, N.Y.] : Columbia, [1965?] .

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Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
LIB Media American Campus Use
Columbia C3L 35 Available
Other Title Title on set container: Original sound of the 20s
Other Authors Whitaker, Rogers E. M.
Columbia Records, Inc.
Subjects Dance orchestra music.
Jazz -- 1921-1930.
Jazz.
Popular music -- 1921-1930.
Popular music -- 1931-1940.
Popular music.
Description 3 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in. + 1 booklet (24 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm).
Notes Booklet includes photographs of the artists, a foreword by Larry Carr, and program notes by Rogers E.M. Whitaker.
Manual sequence.
Contents Nobody's sweetheart / Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra -- The man I love / Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, with Vaughn De Leath -- Rhythm king ; Louise / Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys -- New tiger rag / Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra -- Concerto in F (Allegro), 1st movement / Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, with Roy Bargy -- Great day / Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, with Bing Crosby -- You took advantage of me / Miff Mole and His Little Molers -- I like that / Frankie Trumbauer and His Orchestra, with Bix Beiderbecke -- Diga diga do / Duke Ellington and His Orchestra -- My kinda love / The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, with Bing Crosby -- The blue room / Joe Venuti and His Blue Four -- St. Louis blues / Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra -- The varsity drag / Cass Hagan and His Park Central Hotel Orchestra -- Alexander's Ragtime Band / Ted Lewis and His Orchestra.
Sunday / Cliff "Ukelele Ike" Edwards" and His Hot Combination -- From Monday on / Red McKenzie and His Music Box-- I've got a feeling I'm falling / Willard Robinson and His Levee Loungers -- Ain't misbehavin' / Seger Ellis and His Orchestra -- Pagan love song / Irving Kaufman -- Sweepin' the clouds away / Charles "Buddy" Rogers -- Outside / Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees -- Can't we be friends? / Bing Crosby -- Kitten on the keys / Frank Banta and Jack Austin -- Lover come back to me / Arthur Schutt -- Soliloquy / Rube Bloom -- Nola / Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, with Roy Bargy -- In a mist / Bix Beiderbecke -- I ain't got nobody / Earl Hines -- Someone to watch over me / George Gershwin -- Home on the range / Lee Sims.
Yes sir, that's my baby / Blossom Seeley -- Lazy / Blossom Seeley, with The Georgians -- Button up your overcoat ; What wouldn't I do for that man / Ruth Etting -- Black and blue ; Am I blue / Ethel Waters -- Can't help lovin' that man / Aunt Jemima -- Bill / Helen Morgan -- My pet ; Some of these days / Sophie Tucker -- Moanin' low ; Old man sunshine / Lee Morse and Her Bluegrass Boys -- Maybe, who knows ; Love, your magic spell is everywhere / Kate Smith -- Sunny disposish / Frances Williams -- I've got what it takes / Bessie Smith.
Production Credits Produced by Larry Carr and Frank Driggs.
Performers Various performers.
Manufacture Numbers C3L 35 Columbia
CL 2228 Columbia (disc 1)
CL 2229 Columbia (disc 2)
CL 2230 Columbia (disc 3)
XLP 77761 Columbia (side 1)
XLP 77762 Columbia (side 2)
XLP 77763 Columbia (side 3)
XLP 77764 Columbia (side 4)
XLP 77765 Columbia (side 5)
XLP 77766 Columbia (side 6)
Publisher Numbers C3L 35 Columbia
CL 2228 Columbia (disc 1)
CL 2229 Columbia (disc 2)
CL 2230 Columbia (disc 3)
XLP 77761 Columbia (side 1)
XLP 77762 Columbia (side 2)
XLP 77763 Columbia (side 3)
XLP 77764 Columbia (side 4)
XLP 77765 Columbia (side 5)
XLP 77766 Columbia (side 6)
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm03875437
(OCoLC)3875437
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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