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I won't be back 'till August /Bryan, Gumble. The avenger march / Braham.[Side A] Eddie Morton, vocal, with orchestra ; [Side B] Arthur Pryor's Band.
Rolling /Dave Reed. You know you won't / Albert Gumble ; [A. Seymour Brown].Peerless Quartette.Columbia
When I marry you /Albert Gumble ; Alfred Bryan. Swanee babe / Dick Richards ; Jack Drislane.American Quartet, Haydn Quartet ; Harry Macdonough ; Elizabeth Wheeler.
Rebecca of Sunny-brook Farm /Brown, lyrics ; Gumble, music.American Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Peachie /Yellin [i.e. Yellen] ; Gumble.Charles Hart ; Elliott Shaw, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Medley of waltz songs :Smarty ; Be smart to me kid ; The girl who threw me down ; When it's moonlight, Mary darling, 'neath the old grape arbor shade /[Jack Norworth, lyrics ; Albert von Tilzer, music] ; [Benjamin Hapgood Burt, lyrics ; Albert Gumble, music] ; [Bartley Costello, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music].Victor Dance Orchestra.Berliner.
Rebecca of Sunny-brook Farm /Brown, lyrics ; Gumble, music.Albert H. Campbell and Irving Gillette.Edison
Flow along, River Tennessee /Gumble, lyrics ; Wells, lyrics ; [Bryan, music].Albert Campbell ; Henry Burr, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Rebecca of Sunny-brook Farm /Brown, lyrics ; Gumble, music.Albert H. Campbell and Irving Gillette.Edison
Are you sincere :Parody /[Alfred Bryan, lyrics] ; [Albert Gumble].Nat. M. Wills, with orchestra.Berliner.
Smiles medley :fox trot ; There's a lump of sugar down in Dixie /Roberts.Gennett Band.
On Lake Champlain /Gumble.Sterling Trio with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Rebecca of Sunny-Brook Farm /Albert Gumble.Albert H. Campbell and Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].Edison.
Are you sincere? /Gumble.Elise Stevenson.Berliner.
On a good old-time sleigh-ride /A. Gumble ; [Andrew K. Alison]. Flow along, River Tennessee / Gumble and Wells ; [Alfred Bryan]Peerless Quartette (side A) ; Albert Campbell; Henry Burr (side B).Columbia.
Blowing bubbles all day long :fox trot /[Raymond Hubbel]. Tempting : fox trot / [Albert Gumble]Finzel's Detroit Society Orchestra (Blowing bubbles all day long) ; Hotel Cleveland Dance Orchestra (Tempting)
Rebecca of Sunny-brook Farm /Gumble.Helen Clark, mezzo-contralto ; Irving Gillette, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Rebecca of Sunny-brook Farm /Brown, lyrics ; Gumble, music.American Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Broken moon ;Without you /Roberts ; Gumble ; Grear.Jos. C. Smith and his orchestra.
There's a lump of sugar down in Dixie /Gumble ; [performed] by Al Jolson. You can find a little bit of Dixieland : (no matter where you go) / Donaldson ; sung by Campbell, Burr.Al Jolson, vocal, with orchestra [side A]; Campbell and Burr, tenor duet with orchestra [side B].Columbia
Lady love /Gumble. Moon bird / Dempsey and Schmid.Columbia Quartette, male voices with orchestra accomp. [side a]; Stanley and Burr, baritone and tenor duet with orchestra accomp. [side b].Columbia
Way down east /Joe Young and Harold Norman ; sung by Columbia Quartette. Winter / Albert Gumble ; sung by Columbia Quartette.Columbia Quartette, vocals.Columbia
Can't You SeeBryan; Gumble.Elizabeth Wheeler; Harry Macdonough; Orchestra.Berliner.
Along the way to Waikiki :Introducing: Hawaii I'm lonesome for you /Whiting ; Gumble.Helen Louise ; Frank Ferera, hawaiian guitar duet.Columbia
Winter /Albert Gumble.Columbia Quartette; [Henry Burr]; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Flow along, River Tennessee (to the home of the girl I love) /Bryan ; Gumble ; Wells.Albert Campbell ; Henry Burr, duet with orchestra.Victor.
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