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Le joli rêve =[enregistrement sonore] /Let the rest of the world go byBarthus, paroles françaises? ; Ball, musique ; [Brennan, paroles anglaises].Hector Pellerin, baryton français avec orchestre.Victor.
There's a new star in heaven tonight (Rudolph Valentino) /Brennan ; McHugh ; Mills.Vernon Dalhart.
Out there in the sunshine with you /Ernest R. Ball ; J. Keirn Brennan.Henry Burr, with orchestra.
A little bit of heaven /J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.John McCormack, tenor with orchestra, in English.
You'll be there! /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; E.R. Ball, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Goodbye, Mother Machree /J. K. Brennan ; E. R. Ball ; [performed by] Harry Macdonough, Shannon Four. One for all and all for one / Fleeson ; A. Von Tilzer ; [performed by] Helen Clark.(Side A) Harry Macdonough (tenor) and Shannon Four (male quartet) with orchestra ; (Side B) Helen Clark, soprano, with orchestra.
Let the best of the world go by /J. Kern Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Oula Helene Evans, vocal solo with orch.
Good-bye, Barney BoyMorsec.Peerless Quartette; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
A Little Bit Of Heaven.John Mccormack.
The world is waiting for the sunrise /Lockhart-Seitz. Let the rest of the world go by / Ball-Brennan.Morton Downey, tenor ; with orchestra.
For Dixie And For Uncle SamBall.Peerless Quartette.Columbia.
There's a new star in Heaven tonight /Rudolph Valentino ; Brennan ; McHugh ; Mills.Bob White, tenor with novelty accomp[animent].
A little bit of heaven /Brennan ; Ball.O.J. McCormack, baritone, orchestra accompaniment.
In the garden of the gods /Ball ; [J. Keirn Brennan]. Sleepy moon / H. Von Tilzer ; [Walter Van Brunt].James Reed ( side A) ; Peerless Quartette (side B)Columbia.
Let the rest of the world go by /Ball, music ; [Brennan, lyrics].Campbell ; Burr, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
America, I love you! /Edgar Leslie ; Archie Gottler. You'll be there! / J. Keirn Brennan ; E.R. Ball.American Quartet with orchestra [side a] ; Peerless Quartet with orchestra [side b].Victor.
Let the rest of the world go by /Ball, music ; [Brennan, lyrics].Campbell ; Burr, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Let the rest of the world go by /Brennan ; Ball.Campbell - Burr (tenor duet with orchestra).
To the lass we love, a toast /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Victor.
A little bit of heaven /E. R. Ball ; J. K. Brennan.Harry McClaskey, tenor, orch. acc.
You'll be there /Brennan and Ball ; sung by Peerless Quartette. Don't bite the hand that feeds you / J. Morgan ; sung by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr.Peerless Quartette, vocals (Side A) ; Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, vocals (Side B).Columbia.
You'll be there /Brennan, lyrics ; Ball, music.Peerless Quartette, male quartette with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
My sunshine Jane (down beside the weeping willow tree) /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Sterling Trio, male trio with orchestra.Victor.
Good-bye, Barney boy /Morse ; sung by Peerless Quartette. Three wonderful letters from home / Hanley ; sung by Henry Burr.Peerless Quartette (Side A) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
Let the rest of the world go by /Ball, music ; [Brennan, lyrics].Campbell ; Burr, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Somewhere in Ireland /J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
A little bit of heaven /Brennan, lyrics ; Ball, music.Broadway Quartette, vocal quartette, male voices.Columbia.
Turn back the universe and give me yesterday /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
Because you believe in me /Ball ; Brennan.Greek Evans.Okeh.
Let the rest of the world go by /Brennan, lyrics ; Ball, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Turn back the universe and give me yesterday /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
A little bit of heaven :shure they call it Ireland : from Olcott's "The Heart of Paddy Whack" /J. Keirn Brennan ; E. R. Ball.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.
A little bit of heaven /Brennan ; Ball.Tenor [i.e. John McCormack], with orchestra.Compo.
Let the rest of the world go by /Ernest R. Ball ; J. Keirn Brennan.Qula Helene Evans.
A little bit of heaven /Brennan ; Ball.Tenor [i.e. John McCormack], with orchestra.Compo.
A little bit of heaven /J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Kenny Baker with orchestra.
Have a Smile /Brennan ; Cunningham ; Rule.Sterling Trio, male Trio with orchestra.
Let the rest of the world go by /Brennan ; Ball.Lewis James ; Charles Hart, tenor duet with orch[estra].
Have a smile (for everyone you meet and they will have a smile for you too) /Brennan ; Cunningham ; Rule.Sterling Trio, with orchestra acc.
A little bit of heaven (shure they call it Ireland) /Brennan ; Ball.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
My heart has learned to love you, now do not say good-bye /Ernest Ball.Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet.
Out there in the sunshine with you /Brennan ; Ball.Henry Burr.
A breath o' bloomin' heather, from my little Highland hame /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Victor.
Idle dreams /Gershwin, [George] ; Jackson, [Arthur] ; [J. Keirn Brennan] ; [Ernest R. Ball] ; [Ira Gershwin].Harry Thomas Trio.His Master's Voice.
She is the sunshine of Virginia /Ballard Macdonald ; Harry Carroll ; [performed by] Albert Campbell, Henry Burr. Turn back the universe and give me yesterday / J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball ; [performed by] Harry Macdonough, Orpheus Quartet.Albert Campbell and Henry Burr (side a) ; Harry Macdonald, tenor, and Orpheus Quartet with orchestra (side b).Victor.
Down deep in an irishman's heart /Brennan ; McHugh.Sterling Trio.
Ten Thousand Years From Now /J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernst R. Ball.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.
A little bit of Heaven /E.R. Ball ; J. Keirn Brennan.Charles Harrison.
Good-bye, Barney boy /Brennan, lyrics ; Morse, music.Peerless Quartet.Pathé.
Out there in the sunshine with you /J. Kern Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.
A little bit of heaven /Brennan ; Ball.Tenor [i.e. John McCormack], with orchestra.Compo.
Time after time /Brennan ; Ball.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.
Dear little boy of mine /Ball.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Let the rest of the world go by /Brennan, lyrics ; Ball, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Dear little boy of mine /Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Leslie Bell Singers.
My sunshine Jane (down beside the weeping willow tree) /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Sterling Trio, male trio with orchestra.Berliner.
Let the rest of the world go by /Brennan ; Ball.James ; Hart, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.
There's a new star in Heaven tonight (Rudolph Valentino) /Brennan, McHugh, Mills. Farewell / [words by] D'Arcy ; [music by] Russell.Frank Munn, Alan McQuhae, tenors ; with unnamed orchestra/s.
Have a smile ; I think I'll wait until they all come home /Rule ; [Cunningham] ; [Brennan] ; Rice.Van Eps Trio, banjo, piano and saxophone.Berliner.
Have a smile /Brennan ; Cunningham ; Rule.Sterling Trio (male Trio with orchestra).
A little bit of heaven (shure they call it Ireland) /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Berliner.
Goodby[e] Barney boy /Brennon [i.e. Brennan], lyrics ; Morse, music.Peerless Quartet with orchestra accompaniment.Brunswick.
Good-bye mother Machree /Ball ; sung by Henry Burr. I wish I had someone to say goodbye to / Mohr ; sung by Henry Burr.Henry Burr, tenor.Columbia
Farewell /Kennedy Russell ; De Burgh D'Arcy. There's a new star in heaven tonight--Rudolph Valentino / Jimmy McHugh ; Irving Mills ; J. Keirn Brennan.Allen McQuhae, Frank Munn.
You're the best little mother that God ever made /J.K Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Berliner.
Dear little boy of mine /J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Elsie Baker, contralto with orchestra.
Have a smile /Brennan ; Cunningham ; Rule.Sterling Trio.
Let the rest of the world go by /Ball, music ; [Brennan, lyrics].Campbell ; Burr, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
My sunshine Jane /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Reed Miller ; Frederick Wheeler, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Ten thousand years from now /Brennan ; Ball.Henry Burr.
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you /Brennan ; Ball.Henry Burr, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.Oxford.
In the garden of the gods /J. Keirn Brannon [i.e. Brennan] ; Ernest R. Ball.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
You're the best little mother that God ever made /J.K Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Victor.
Down deep in an irishman's heart /Brennan ; McHugh.Sterling Trio.
Out there in the sunshine with you /Ball ; Brennan.Allen McQuhae, tenor with orchestra.
A little bit of heaven (shure they call it Ireland) /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Victor.
Silver threads among the gold /H. P. Danks ; Eben E. Rexford. A little bit of heaven / Ernest R. Ball ; J. Keirn Brennan.Harry McClaskey.
A little bit of heaven /Brennan ; Ball.Tenor ?
Good-bye Barney boy /Brennan ; Morse.Peerless Quartet, vocal quartet with orchestra.Gennett.
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you (is all that I can say) /J. Kiern Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Have a smile (for everyone you meet and they will have a smile for you) /Brennan ; Cunningham ; Rule.Sterling Trio, male Trio with orchestra accompaniment.
A little bit of heaven (shure they call it Ireland) /Brennan ; Ball.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
If it takes a thousand years /Ball ; sung by James Reed, James F. Harrison. In the glory of the moonlight / Wenrich ; sung by Henry Burr, Columbia Mixed Quartette.Reed Miller (as James Reed), tenor (Side A).Columbia.
A little bit of heaven :shure they call it Ireland : from Olcott's "The heart of paddy whack" /J. Keirn Brennan ; E. R. Ball.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you (is all that I can say) /J. Kiern Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
A little bit of heaven /J. Keirn Brennan ; Ernest R. Ball.John McCormack, tenor, with orchestra ; [Walter Rogers, conductor].
Have a smile (for everyone you meet and they will have a smile for you) /Rule, music ; [Brennan, lyrics] ; [Cunningham, lyrics].Lewis James, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Dear little boy of mine /Brennan ; Ball.Sam Ash, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.
All over nothing at all :from "Spice of 1922" /Brennan ; Cunningham ; Rule.Aileen Stanley ; Billy Murray, duet with orchestra.
Let the rest of the world go by /Brennan ; Ball.Campbell ; Burr, with orchestra.
There's a new star in heaven to-night /Brennan ; McHugh ; Mills.Vernon Dalhart, tenor with orch.
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