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Maman :[enregistrement sonore] /sur l'air de Tuck me to sleep [in my old 'Tucky home]Jean Nel, paroles françaises ; [Sam M. Lewis, paroles] ; [Joe Young, paroles] ; Meyer, musique.Mons. Hector Pellerin, baryton avec choeur et acc. d'orchestre.Starr.
Jinga bula jing jing[enregistrement sonore] /Jerome, musique ; Brisson, [paroles françaises] ; [Lewis, Sam M., paroles anglaises] ; [Young, paroles anglaises].Hector Pellerin, baryton avec orchestre.Victor.
Qui sait :[enregistrement sonore] /sur l'air "For all we know"Chopin, paroles ; [Lewis, paroles] ; Coots, musique.Albert Marier, baryton avec piano.Compo.
Sombre dimanche =[enregistrement sonore] /Gloomy sunday = Szomoru VasarnapJ. Marage [i.e. Marèze], paroles françaises ; François-E Gonda, paroles françaises ; S. Rezso, musique.Lucienne Delval ; l'Ensemble Durieux, accompagnement.Victor.
Mademoiselle Mimi[enregistrement sonore] /Beaudry, traducteur ; Lewis ; Young ; Wayne.Jean Cartier, baryton avec orchestre.Compo.
Mademoiselle Mimi[enregistrement sonore] /Beaudry, [traducteur?] ; Wayne ; [Lewis] ; [Young].Georges Beauchemin, baryton avec piano et violon.Victor.
When the sun goes down in Romany /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Grant, music.Sterling Trio.Victor.
What'll you do? /Meyer, music ; [Lewis], lyrics.Frances Fisher, soprano ; Henry Burr, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Feather your nest /Kendis, Brockman, Johnson ; [performed by] Albert Campbell, Henry Burr, saxophone solo, Rudy Wiedoeft. Old pal why don't you answer me? / Lewis, Young ; Jerome ; [performed by] Henry Burr.Side A: Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, duet, with orchestra and saxophone solo by Rudy Wiedoeft ; Side B: Henry Burr, tenor, with orchestra.
For no good reason at all /Lewis ; Young ; Baer.Al. Plunkett.
When you see another sweetie hanging around /Lewis, [lyrics] ; Young, [lyrics]; Donaldson, [music]. Mammy o' mine / William Tracey, [lyrics] ; Maceo Pinkard, [music].Adele Rowland, soprano, with orchestra.
There's a little lane without a turning (on the way to home sweet home) /Sam M. Lewis, lyrics ; Geo. W. Meyer, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
You made me forget how to cry /Lewis ; Young ; Abrahams. Emaline / George A. Little ; Jimmie McHugh.Henry Burr, tenor, with orchestra [side a] ; Vernon Dalhart, tenor, with orchestra [side b].
At the peep of dawn :(I love you) = En la madrugada /[music by] Sherman ; [words by] Lewis. Let's dream = Dejanos soñar / [words by] Davis ; [music by] Coots.Jack Denny and his Mount Royal Hotel Orchestra ; [Scrappy Lambert (1st work), Dick Robertson (2nd work), vocals]--Cf. Brunswick records, a discography of recordings 1916-1931, 2001 / Laird.
Was there ever a pal like you /Irving Berlin. You're a million miles from nowhere / Lewis, Young, Donaldson.[Side A] Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra ; [Side B] Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.
Yaddie kaddie kiddie kaddie koo /Meyer, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Knickerbocker Quartette, accompanied by guitars.Columbia
Just a baby's prayer at twilight /Lewis [lyrics] ; Young [lyrics] ; Jerome [music]Henry Burr
Johnny's in town /Yellen, Olman, Meyer. My Barney lies over the ocean : (just the way he lied to me) / Lewis, Young, Grant.[Side A] Arthur Fields, vocal, with orchestra ; [Side B] Billy Murray, vocal, with orchestra.
She's the daughter of Mother Machree /Jeff T. Nenarb [sic] ; Ernest R. Ball. My mother's rosary / Sam M. Lewis ; Geo. W. Meyer.Charles Harrison, tenor, with orchestra.
Tuck me to sleep in my old 'Tucky home /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Meyer, music.Champion Jazz Band.Berliner.
Tuck me to sleep in my old Kentucky home /J. Young ; S. M. Lewis ; G. W. Meyer.Rega Dance Orchestra.
My mammy /Donaldson, music ; Young, lyrics ; Lewis, lyrics.Diamond Trio.Berliner.
The worst is yet to come /Grant, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Peerless Quartette, vocal quartette, male voices with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Mary, dear (some day we will meet again) /Harry De Costa, M. K. Jerome ; [performed by] Henry Burr. While the years roll by / Lewis, Young ; Austin ; [performed by] Elsie Baker, Elliot Shaw.Henry Burr, tenor ; with orchestra (1st work). Edna Brown (i.e. Elsie Baker), contralto ; Elliott Shaw, baritone ; with orchestra (2nd work).
Tuck me to sleep in my old Kentucky home /J. Young ; S. M. Lewis ; G. W. Meyer.Rega Dance Orchestra.
In a rendezvous (with you), or, [All alone in a little rendezvous with you] =Au rendez-vous (avec toi) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Snyder, music.The Windsor Hotel Orchestra (Harold Leonard and his Red Jackets).Victor.
My mammy /Lewis ; Young ; Donaldson.Peerless Quartet ; Fred Van Eps.
The last little mile is the longest /Young, lyrics ; Lewis, lyrics ; Donaldson, music.Lewis James, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Hello, Central, give me no man's land.Henry Burr, tenor ; orchestra.Little Wonder
Mister Midnight /S. Lewis ; Wendling.Johnnie Ray ; Four Lads ; The Buddy Cole Quartet.
I'm sitting on top of the world (just rolling along - just rolling along) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Henderson, music.Vera Guilaroff.Compo.
Arrah go on, I'm gonna go back to Oregon /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Grant, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
'Cross the Great Divide (I'll wait for you) /Lewis, lyrics ; Meyer, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Hayden Quartet, with orchestra.Victor.
San Francisco (at that San-Fran-Pan-American Fair) /George W. Meyer ; Sam M. Lewis.Arthur Fields, baritone with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Hello Central! Give me No Man's Land /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Schwartz, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
If I can't sing about my Mammy (I don't want to sing at all) /Lewis ; Young ; Conrad.Al. Plunkett of Capt. M.W. Plunkett's Dumbell's, with orchestra.Victor.
Put away a little ray of golden sunshine /Lewis ; Young ; Ahlert.Paul Sanderson & his orch.Compo.
A baby's prayer at twilight, or, [Just a baby's prayer at twilight to her daddy over there] /Jerome, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Harry McClaskey, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Pathé.
You're The Greatest Little Mother In The WorldGottler.Peerless Quartette; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
My mammy /Donaldson ; Young ; Lewis.Diamond Trio.
Who'll dry your tears when you cry? /Young ; Lewis ; Akst. In the heart of dear old Italy / Eugene West ; Jack Glogau.William Robyn, tenor, with orchestra [side a] ; Sterling Trio with orchestra [side b].
Oh how I wish I could sleep /Wendling ; Lewis ; Young.Henry Burr.Okeh.
I'd love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy's arms /Lewis ; Young ; Ahlert.Peerless Quartet (male quartet with orchestra).
You're a million miles from nowhere :(when you're one little mile from home) /Lewis ; Young ; Donaldson. When the harvest moon is shining / Sterling ; Von Tilzer.Carroll Shannon (You're a million miles from nowhere) ; Sterling Trio (When the harvest moon is shining)
I'd love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy's arms /Lewis ; Young ; Ahlert.Peerless Quartet.
I'd love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy's arms /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Albert [i.e. Ahlert], music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight [(for her daddy over there)] /[Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music].[Henry] Burr.Columbia Indestructible.
Come on home /Young, lyrics ; Lewis, lyrics ; Meyer, music ; Akst, music.Martucci and his orchestra.Compo.
You're a million miles from nowhere (when you're one little mile from home) /Lewis ; Young ; Donaldson.Carroll Shannon, tenor with orchestra.
Oh, Joe, with your fiddle and bow (you stole my heart away) /William Tracey ; Walter Donaldson ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet. Arrah go on, I'm gonna go back to Oregon / Lewis, Young ; Grant ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet.Peerless Quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Tuck me to sleep in my old Kentucky home /J. Young ; S. M. Lewis ; G. W. Meyer.Rega Dance Orchestra.
Oh! How I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home /Lewis, Young, [lyrics] ; Wendling, [music]. There's nobody home but me / Sam Ehrlich, [lyrics] ; Con Conrad., [music]Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra (Oh! How I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home); Charles Hart, tenor with orchestra (There's nobody home but me).
The worst is yet to come /Grant, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Peerless Quartette, vocal quartette, male voices with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Hello Central! Give me No Man's Land /Lewis ; Young ; Schwartz.Irving Kaufman, with orchestra accompaniment.Okeh.
Old pal, why don't you answer me? /Lewis, Young ; Jerome ; [performed by] Henry Burr. When you're gone I won't forget / Ivan Reid ; Peter De Rose ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet.Side A: Henry Burr (tenor) with orchestra, Rosario Bourdon (conductor) ; Side B: Peerless Quartet with orchestra, Rosario Bourdon (conductor).
You made me forget how to cry /Abraham [i.e. Abrahams], music ; Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody /[Schwartz].Al Jolson, comedian with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Hello central, give me no-man's land /[Schwartz, music] ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].[Henry] Burr.Indestructible.
Oh! How I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home /[words by] Lewis, Young ; [music by] Wendling. There's nobody home but me / [words by] Sam Ehrlich ; [music by] Con Conrad.Henry Burr, vocals (1st work); Charles Hart, vocals (2nd work).Victor.
Put away a little ray of sunshine for a rainy day =Réservons un peu de notre gaieté pour les jours sombres /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Ahlert, music.Harry Thomas Trio, saxophone, xylophone, and piano.Victor.
There's a little lane without a turning (on the way to home sweet home) /Sam M. Lewis, lyrics ; Geo. W. Meyer, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
That's worth while waiting for /Lewis ; Young ; Ruby.Billy Murray, with orchestra.Berliner.
You're a million miles from nowhere (when you're one little mile from home) /Lewis ; Young ; Donaldson.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
'Cross The Great DivideMeyer.Henry Burr; Andrea Sarto.Columbia.
My mammy /Lewis, Young ; Donaldson ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet. Underneath Hawaiian skies / Ernie Erdman ; Fred Rose ; [performed by] Albert Campbell, Henry Burr.(Side A) Peerless Quartet with banjo by Fred Van Eps ; (Side B) Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, duet with orchestra.
Five foot two, eyes of blue (has anybody seen my girl) /Ray Henderson - Sam Lewis - Joe Young [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians ; Fox trot vocal chorus by Kenny Gardner and the Lombardo Trio. You can't buy happiness / Gene Schwartz - Ed Scalzi - Pat Noto [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians ; Fox trot vocal chorus by Kenny Gardner.Guy Lombardo ; Kenny Gardner ; Royal Canadians ; Lombardo Trio.
I'm all bound 'round with the Mason Dixon line /Schwartz, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Al Jolson, comic with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
In San Domingo /Lewis, Young ; Snyder ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet. Some Sunday morning / Kahn, Egan ; Whiting ; [performed by] Ada Jones, Billy Murray.Peerless Quartet with orchestra (side a) ; Ada Jones and Billy Murray with orchestra (side b).Victor.
Cry baby blues /J. Young ; M. Lewis ; G. W. Meyer.Elsie Clark, contralto ; Rega Orchestra.
Always take a girl named Daisy /[George W. Meyer, music] ; [Alfred Bryan, lyrics] ; [Sam M. Lewis, lyrics].[Albert] Campbell ; [Irving] Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr], tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.
Don't cry, Frenchy, don't cry /Lewis, Young, Donaldson. I know what it means to be lonesome / Kendis, Brockman, Vincent.[Side A] Charles Hart and Elliot Shaw, duet with orchestra ; [Side B] Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.
Oh, how I wish I could sleep (until my daddy comes home) /Wendling, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
This time it's love /Lewis ; Coots. You or no one / Pinturin [i.e. Tinturin] ; Rothberg.Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians ; Carmen Lombardo, vocals.
Wedding bells (will you ever ring for me) /[Schwartz, music] ; [Young, lyrics] ; [Lewis, lyrics].Al Jolson, comedian with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Bless my Swanee River home /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Donaldson, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
I'd love to fall asleep, or, And wake up in my mammy's arms /Ahlert ; Lewis ; Young.Flor Bert.
I miss that Mississippi miss that misses me /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Wendling, music.Sterling Trio, male trio with orchestra.Victor.
Stay home, little girl, stay home /Lew Brown ; James F. Hanley ; [performed by] Henry Burr. If she was what she was, when she was sixteen / Young, Lewis ; Meyer ; [performed by] Henry Burr.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.
When You're A Long, Long Way From HomeMeyer.Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Arrah go on[, I'm gonna go back to Oregon] /Sam M. Lewis ; Joe Young, lyrics ; Bert Grant, music.Mr. E.M. Favor.Berliner.
Baby's prayer at twilight /Jerome. One day in June / Goodwin, Hanley.Henry Burr, tenor (side A); [Albert] Campbell and [Henry] Burr, tenors (side B); with orchestra acc.
Tired of me /Grant Clarke, Walter Donaldson. I'd love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy's arms / Lewis, Young, Ahlert.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra [side a] ; Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra [side b].
Tuck me to sleep in my old 'Tucky home /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; [Meyer, music].Regal Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
Ain't it just too bad /Gifford. [performed by] Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra. Fox trot vocal chorus by Pee Wee Hunt. Things might have been so different / Coots - Lewis. [performed by] Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra. Fox trot vocal chorus by Kenny Sargent.Glen Gray ; Pee Wee Hunt ; Kenny Sargent ; Casa Loma Orchestra.
When you're a long, long way from home /Lewis, lyrics ; Meyer, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
For no good reason at all /Lewis ; Young ; Baer.Al. Plunkett, baritone with piano.Victor.
My little girl /Lewis ; Dillon ; A. von Tilzer.Albert Campbell ; Henry Burr, duet for two tenors with orchestra.Berliner.
Oh, my sweet Hortense /Young, lyrics ; Lewis, lyrics ; Donaldson, music.Billy Jones, with orchestra.Berliner.
Trulyfox trot.Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. [Henry Busse and Tommy Gott, trumpet; Sam Lewis, trombone; Ross Gorman, clarinet or alto sax; Don Clark, alto sax; Hale Byers, soprano sax, alto sax or flute; Paul Whiteman and George Tjordy, violin; Ferdie Grofe, piano; Mike Pingitore, banjo; Jack Barsby, tuba; Harold McDonald, drums.]-cf. B. Rust, American dance band discography, 1975.
I miss that Mississippi miss that misses me /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Wendling, music.Sterling Trio, male trio with orchestra.Berliner.
Jinga bula jing jing /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Billy Jones.Berliner.
Come on home /Young, lyrics ; Lewis, lyrics ; Meyer, music ; Akst, music.Martucci and his orchestra.Compo.
Wedding bells (will you ever ring for me) /[Schwartz, music] ; [Young, lyrics] ; [Lewis, lyrics].Al Jolson, comedian with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Always take a girl named Daisy /George W. Meyer.[Albert] Campbell and [Irving] Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].
Just a baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
That mellow melody /Lewis ; Meyer. The passing show of 1912 : The wedding glide / Hirsch.Walter J. Van Brunt, tenor, with orchestra (That mellow melody) ; Ada Jones and Billy Murray with orchestra (The wedding glide)
The worst is yet to come /Grant, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Peerless Quartette, vocal quartette, male voices with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
I'd love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy's arms /S.M. Lewis ; Joe Young ; Fred E. Ablert. Tripoli (On the shores of tripoli) / P. Canningham ; Al. Dubin ; Irving Weill.Peerless Quartette ; Helen Clark ; Joseph Phillips.
A baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there), or, [Just a baby's prayer at twilight for her daddy over there] /Jerome, music ; [Sam Lewis, lyrics] ; [Joe Young, lyrics].Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
'Cross the great divide /[Lewis, lyrics ; Meyer, music].Burr ; Sarto, sung with orchestra accompaniment.
My little girl /Lewis ; Dillon ; A. von Tilzer.Albert Campbell ; Henry Burr, duet for two tenors with orchestra.Victor.
I'm all bound 'round with the Mason Dixon line /Schwartz, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Al Jolson, comic with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
When the sun goes down in Romany /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Grant, music.Sterling Trio.Berliner.
Old pal (why don't you answer me?) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, music ; Jerome, music.Lewis James, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
When you're a long, long way from home /Lewis, lyrics ; Meyer, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Old pal, why don't you answer me? /Lewis ; Young ; Jerome. I'm in heaven when I'm in my mother's arms / Johnson; Ness ; Ager.Sam Ash (Old pal, why don't you answer me?) ; Lewis James (I'm in heaven when I'm in my mother's arms)
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