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Banner Records was a United States based dime store record label manufactured between 1922 and 1938. It was created primarily for the S.S. Kresge Company, though it was employed as a general purpose budget label in other discount stores as well.

Banner Records was launched in January 1922 as the flagship label of the Plaza Music Company of New York City. Plaza Music produced several cheap labels targeted at various discount houses, and employed bandleader Adrian Schubert as musical director. At the beginning, Banner concentrated on popular dance hits, though it also recorded comic selections, semi-classical music and a small number of country and blues records; it sold at 25 cents. In its first years Banner also leased masters from Paramount Records and Emerson Records labels.

In July 1929 Plaza Music Company merged with Cameo-Pathé and the Scranton Button Corporation to form the American Record Corporation or ARC (record company). ARC dropped Pathé and Scranton Button's label Emerson but kept all of the other labels belonging to the combined company, including Banner. Banner continued much as before, with Adrian Schubert as music director, though the end of 1931, but after ARC acquired the rights to the Brunswick label, Banner's product lines began to reflect the general ARC product, and this added a lot more race and country music to its catalogue. As part of the ARC-BRC combine, it no longer enjoyed it's flagship status, by then accorded to Melotone among the budgets. While ARC-BRC did eventually drop some of the dime store labels along the way, it did keep Banner until the end, which came in December 1938, when the CBS Broadcasting Network bought ARC-BRC and liquidated all of the dime store labels.

Banner debuted with two concurrent label series in January 1922; a popular 1000 series side by side with a "Standard" 2000 series of semi-classical music, comedy and some Jewish material. Reaching Banner 1999 in the main series in mid-1927, Banner then skipped ahead to 6000 and terminated the Standard series at the end of the year at Banner 2183. Banner also stopped the 6000 series at Banner 6167 and moved again to a 7000 series starting at Banner 7001. This ended in early 1929 at Banner 7265 and the reverted to the old series, starting at Banner 6200. The series survived the merger into ARC, but was ended at the start of 1930 at Banner 6566 and restarted at 0500 until it reached 0872 later in the year. The number series was then started again at 32001 and the price changed from 25 cents to 35 cents in order to bring Banner in line with other dime store labels being sold 3 for a dollar. This lasted until 1935, when the dime store labels were all mergded into a central numbering system. However releases were not necessarily unified; for example, Robert Johnson, who did have some releases on Melotone, did not appear on Banner.

By the start of 1938, Banner was having problems with sales, supplies, etc. In part do to not paying their bills. Having to close by the summer of that year. Other victim of the depression.

In December 1946, entrepreneur Sam Selsman formed a new Banner Records label, devoted entirely to Jewish music and Yiddish-language comedy routines; although this later Banner Records no longer actively records, its catalogue still remains a going concern even today. There is no relationship between the Hebrew Banner label and the earlier products of Plaza Music or ARC/BRC. Likewise, there is no relationship between the Banner Records of the 1920s and 1930s to a dime store label put out by Leeds and Caitlin in the early 1900s, though the label design is oddly similar.

Banners Records are often found all over the United States today, indicating their popularity as Plaza's "flagship" label. The audio fidelity of the records when new was average to slightly below average for the time, but as Banner was a cheap label they were pressed from cheaper materials that did not withstand repeated playing with the heavy phonograph reproducers of the time. Found today, most Banner Records exhibit considerable wear and prominent surface noise, but they are still valued for the material on them.







Date listing



Label Number.....Artist - Song Title
(Composer)
- Pressing Ref number/s - Date Competed - Time


Additions and corrections are welcome






Banner 1000 - 1500
(1921 - 1925)



1000 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - Wabash Blues
(Fred Meinken (C) - (L) Dave Ringle)
ASCAP Work ID: - ISWC: - 0935=3 - New York, NY - November ??, 1921 -
1000 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - I've Got My Habits On vocal: Arthur Hall
(Jimmy Durante - Bob Schafer - Chris Smith)
ASCAP Work ID: 390167443 - ISWC: T0713978610 - 0934=1=2 - Also Puritan 11080 - New York, NY - November ??, 1921 -


1001 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - Ten Little Fingers And Ten Little Toes vocal: Arthur Hall
(Edward G. Nelson - Ira Schuster aka: John Siras (C) - (L) Harry Pease - Johnny White)
Public Domain - 0933=2 - New York, NY - November ??, 1921 -
1001 Yerkes' Jazarimba Orchestra - Leave Me With A Smile
(Charles F. Koehler (C) - (L) Earl Burtnett)
- 0940=2 - Paramount 20080 - New York, NY - November ?, 1921 -


1002 Metropolitan Dance Players - April Showers
(Louis Silvers (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
ASCAP Work ID: 10088381 ISWC: Not Assigned - 0946=1=2 - November ?, 1927 - 3:00
1002 Yerkes' Jazarimba Orchestra - Weep No More My Mammy
(Lew Pollack (C) - (L) Sidney L. Mitchell - Sidney Clare)
Public Domain - 0941=2 - New York, NY - November ??, 1927 - 2:51


1003 Yerkes' Jazarimba Orchestra - Blue Danube Blues
(Jerome Kern (C) - (L) Anne Cadwell) from: "Good Morning Dearie"
- 0942=2 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -
1003 Metropolitan Dance Players (Yerkes) - Ka-Lu-A
(Jerome Kern (C) - (L) Anne Cadwell) from: "Good Morning Dearie"
- 0943=1=2 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -


1004 Arthur Fields - I Want My Mammy
(George Wehner (C) - (L) Louis Breau) from: "The Midnight Rounders"
- 0939=1 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -
1004 Irving Kaufman - I Ain't Nobody's Darling
(Robert King (C) - (L) Elmer Hughes)
- 0937 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -


1005 Sam Ash - When Shall We Meet Again?
(Richard A. Whiting (C) - (L) Raymond B. Egan) from: "Tip Top" (1921)
ASCAP Work ID: 530056592 - ISWC: T0701990762 - 0936 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -
1005 Charles Harrison - That's How I Believe In You
(Bert Rule (C) - (L) Al Dubin - Paul Cunnungham)
- 0938 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -


1006 Al Colombo's Golden Glades Orchestra - Say It With Music vocal: Arthur Hall
(Irving Berlin)
- 0901=1 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 - 2:53 -
1006 Al Colombo's Golden Glades Orchestra - Yoo Hoo
(Al Jolson (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 0902=3 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -


1007 Metropolitan Dance Players - Wimmin' (I've Got To Have 'em, Thats All!)
(George Wehner (C) - (L) Louis Breau) from: "The Midnight Rounders"
- 948=4 - Paramount 20084 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -
1007 Yerkes Metropolitan Dance Players - Sweet Lady
(Frank Crumit - Dave Zoob (C) - (L) Howard Johnson) from: "Tangerine" 1921
- 947=3 - Paramount 20083 - New York, NY - November ?, 1927 -


1008 Banner Dance Orchestra - Song Of Love vocal: w
(Sigmund Romberg (C) - (L) Dorothy Donnelly) from: "Blossom Time" 1921
- 953 - New York, NY - December ?, 1927 -
1008 Banner Dance Orchestra - When Frances Dances With Me
(Violinsky (C) - (L) Benny Ryan)
- 955 - National 2085 - New York, NY - December ?, 1927 -


1009
1009


1010 Harry A. Yerkes Master Saxophonists - Dapper Dan vocal: Arthur Hall
(Albert Vontilzer (C) - (L) Lew Brown)
- 0915=3=4 - Paramount 20075-A - Puritan 11075 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 - 3:17
1010 Yerkes' S.S. Flotilla Orchestra - Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old 'Tucky Home
(George W. Meyer (C) - (L) Samual M. Lewis - Joseph 'Joe' Young)
- 0916=1 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -


1011 Charles Harrison - My Sunny Tennessee
(Bert Kalmar - Harry Ruby - Herman Ruby)
- 773 - New York, NY - August ?, 1927 -
1011 Charles Harrison - Love Will Find A Way
(WM - Noble Sissle - Eubie Blake) from: "Shuffle Along"
- 914 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -


1012A Al Colombo's Golden Glades Orchestra - Mississippi Cradle
(Abe Olman (C) - (L) Jack Yellen)
- 776=1 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -
1012B Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - I Wonder If You Still Care For Me
(Ted Snyder (C) - (L) Harry B. Smith)
- 794=1 - Paramount 20070 - New York, NY - August ?, 1927 -


1013 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Just Like A Rainbow
(Ted Fiorito - Mary Earl)
- 0905=3 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -
1013 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - Ma vocal: Arthur Hall
(WM - Con Conrad - Sidney Clare) from: "The Midnight Rounders"
- 797 - New York, NY - July ??, 1927 -


1014 Lucille Hegamin acc Blue Flame - Arkansas Blues
(WM - Anton Lada - Spencer Williams)
- 18016=1=2 - AR9053 - New York, NY - February ??, 1927 -
1014 Lucille Hegamin acc Blue Flame - The Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
- 18004=1 - AR9045 - New York, NY - November ??, 1920 -


1015 Sam Lanin's Southern Serenadrs - Aunt Hagar's Children's Blues
(W.C.Handy - J.Brymm - J.Bayman)
- 0837=1=2 - New York, NY - August 30, 1927 -
1015 Sam Lanin's Southern Serenadrs - Shake It And Break It
(Clark - Louchiha)
- 41924=1 - Regal 9134 - 0838=1=2 - New York, NY - August 30, 1927 -


1016 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Learn To Smile
(Otto Harbach - Louis Hirsch)
- 0774=1 - New York, NY - July ??, 1927 - 1016 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Why Dear?
(Henry Cohen - Whiting)
- 0903=3 Paramount - 20073 - New York, NY - October ??, 1927 -


1017 Fell's Della Robba Orchestra - Mon Momme (My Man) (Channing Pollock - Maurice Yvain)
- 760 - Paramount 20056 - New York, NY - June 24, 1927 - 1017 Yerkes Metropolitan Dance Players - Who'll Be The Next One To Cry Over You
(Johnny Black)
- 0906=1=2=3 - New York, NY - October ??, 1927 -


1018 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - All By Myself vocal: Arthur Hall
(Irving Berlin)
- 768 - New York, NY - August ?, 1927 -
1018 Yerkes Metropolitan Dance Players - Peggy O'Neil
(Harry Pease - Edward Nelson -G. Wayne)
- 792=3 - Paramount 20065 - New York, NY - August ??, 1927 -


1019 Irving Weiss Ritz-Carlton Orchestra - Canadian Capers
(Chandler - White - Cohen)
- 104 - OL15121 - New York, NY - July ?, 1927 -
1019 Yerkes Jazzarimba Orchestra - My Sunny Tennessee
(Bert Kalmar - H & H Ruby)
- 0791 - New York, NY - Paramount 20070 - 15125 - August ??, 1927 -


1020 Yerkes Musical Bellhops - Sal-O-May (salome)
(Robert Stolz)
- 100 - Paramount 20095 - 15132 - New York, NY -
1020 Irving Weiss Ritz-Carlton Orchestra - Who Believed In You?
(Anatole Friedland)
- 101 - Paramount 20096 - 15127 - New York, NY - July ?, 1927 -


1021 Yerkes' S.S. Flotilla Orchestra - Everybody Step
(Irving Berlin)
- 102 - Paramount 20091 - 0779 - New York, NY - July ?, 1927 - 1021 Irving Weiss Ritz Carlton Orchestra - Gypsy Blues
(WM - Noble Sissle - Eubie Blake)
- 103 - OL15121 - New York, NY - July ?, 1927 -


1022 CLUB Maurice Orchestra (Weiss) - Bimmi Bay
(A. Vov Tilzer - Lew Brown)
- 15128=A - Olympic - New York, NY -
1022 Yerkes' Master Players - Have You Forgotten?
(E. Burtnett - Steveson - Cooper)
- 0794 - OL15132 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -


1023 Florence Warner (A. Stanley) - Mandy And Me
(Bert Kalmar - Con Conrad - O. Motzan)
- New York, NY -
1023 Florence Warner (A. Stanley) - Ma
(Con Conrad - Sidney Clare)
- New York, NY -


1024 Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra - Sheik Of Araby
(Francis Wheeler - Harry Smith)
- 0956=1=2 - BS2043 - New York, NY - December ??, 1927 -
1024 Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra - When Budda Smiles
(Arthur Freed - N.H. Brown)
- 968 - Paramount - 20089 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1025 Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra - Ty Tee (tahiti)
(Irving Bibo)
- 0957=1=3 - New York, NY - December ??, 1927 -
1025 Glantz and His Orchestra - Stars vocal: Arthur Hall
(Tom Malie - James Steiger)
- 0966=1 - Regal 9152 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1026 Yerkes S.S.Flotilla Orchestra - My Darling
(James Monaco - Leon Flatow)
- 0960=1 - New York, NY - December ?, 1927 -
1026 Yerkes S.S.Flotilla Orchestra - Somewhere In Naples
(J.S. Zamecnik)
- 959=2 - Paramount 20088 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922


1027 Nathan Glantz Orchestra (Samuels) - Stealing
(Sullivan)
- 967 - New York, NY - December ?, 1927 -
1027 Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra - Song Of India
(Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
- 969 - Paramount 20085 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1028 Newport Society Orchestra - Love's Ship
(N. Morrison)
- 0965=2 - Paramount 20094 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -
1028 Newport Society Orchestra - Three O'Clock In The Morning
(Dorothy Terris - Julian Robledo)
- 0964=2 - Paramount 20094 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1029 Charles Harrison - Granny You're My Mammy's Mammy
(Harry Akst)
- 961 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -
1029 Sam Ash - I'll Forget You
()
- 963 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1030 Arthur Fields - I Hold Her Hand, She Holds Mine
()
- 962 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -
1030 Slim Kerwin - No One's Fool
(Fred Rose)
- 841 - New York, NY - September ?, 1927 -


1031 Arthur Fields - Molly O
(William J. Scanlan)
- 842 - New York, NY - September ?, 1927 -
1031 Edward Durant - Remember The Rose
()
- 0907=2 - New York, NY - October ?, 1927 -


1032
1032


1033 Golden Gate Orchestra - My Mammy Knows
(Harry DeCosta - M. Jerome)
- 0980=1 - Paramount 20102 - New York, NY - January 30, 1922 -
1033 Golden Gate Orchestra - Granny, You're My Mammy's Mammy
(Harry Akst)
- 0979=2 - Paramount 20102 - New York, NY - January 30, 1922 -


1034 Yerkes' S.S. Flotilla Orchestra - Tell Her At Twilight
(Walter Donaldson)
- 976 - Paramount 20100 - New York, NY - January 25, 1922 -
1034 Yerkes' S.S. Flotilla Orchestra - All That I NEED Is You
(Lester Santley - Abel Baer)
- 977=2 - Paramount 20103 - New York, NY - January 25, 1922 -


1035 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Don't Leave Me Mammy, I'm Cuckoo Over You
(George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva - Con Conrad - Santly)
- 987 - Paramount 20104 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -
1035 Golden Gate Orchestra - While Miami Dreams
(Richard Whiting)
- 0985=1 - Paramount 20104 - New York, NY - January 30, 1922 -


1036 Handy's Memphis Blues Band - St Louis Blues
(W. C. Handy)
- 0970=2=3 - Paramount 20098 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 - 1036 Handy's Memphis Blues Band - Beale Street Blues
(W. C. Handy)
- 0971=1=2=3 - Paramount 20098 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1037 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Godbye Shanghai
(J. Samuels - N. Glantz)
- 958=1 - Paramount 20090 - New York, NY - December ?, 1927 -
1037 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Smilin'
(Rose - Wolohan - Krausgill - Coburn)
- 978=3 - Paramount 20100 - New York, NY - January 25, 1922 -


1038 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Those Days Are Over
(Von Tilzer)
- 988 - Paramount 20105 - 1005 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -
1038 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - On The Gin, Gin, Ginny Shore
(Walter Donaldson - Edgar Leslie)
- 986 - Paramount 20104 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -


1039 Yerkes Master Saxophonists - Wanna vocal: Arthur Hall
()
- 983 - Paramount 20099 - New York, NY - January 30, 1922 -
1039 Yerkes Master Saxophonists - Bow Wow Blues
(Cliff Friend - Nat Osborne)
- 984 - Paramount 20099 - New York, NY - January ?, 1922 -


1040 Banner Dance Orchestra - By The Old Ohio Shore
(B. MacDonald - Mary Earl)
- New York, NY -
1040 Banner Dance Orchestra - Wonderland Of Dreams
(Abbott)
- New York, NY -


1041 Arthur Fields - Delia
(Archie Gottler - Irving Caesar)
- 0972=1 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -
1041 Ernest Hare - Dear Old Southland
(Henry Creamer - Turner Layton)
- 0973=1 - New York, NY - January ??, 1922 -


1042 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - After The Rain
(Arthur Sizemore - Guy Shirgley)
- 1002=1 - Paramount 20105 - New York, NY - Feburary ?, 1922 -
1042 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Cutie (blue Kitten)
(R. Friml - O. Harback - W. C. Duncan)
- 1000=3 - Paramount 20106 - New York, NY - Feburary ?, 1922 -


1043 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - Lo La Lo
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 1032 - 0132 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -
1043 Selvin's Novelty Orchestra - Venetian Love Boat
(Ethelbert Nevin)
- 1004 - Paramount 20111 - New York, NY - March ?, 1922 -


1044 Yerkes SS Flotilla Orchestra - Dear Old Southland
(Henry Creamer - Turner Layton)
- 1001=1=2 - Paramount 20106 - New York, NY - Feburary ?, 1922 -
1044 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Yerkes) - Angel Child
(Davis - Georgie Price)
- 1003=2 - Paramount 20111 - New York, NY - March , 1922 -


1045 Lenzberg Midnight Frolic Orchestra - Virginia Blues vocal: Arthur Hall
(Fred Meinken - Ernie Erdman)
- 991 - Puritan 11107 - New York, NY - Feburary ?, 1922 -
1045 Lenzberg's Midnight Frolic Orchestra - Boo Hoo Hoo
(H. Link - A. Lentz - I. Aaronson)
- 0990=2 - Puritan 11107 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -


1046 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Marie
(Irving Berlin)
1033? - 0133=2 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -
1046 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Just A Little Love Song
(Young - Deacon - Squires)
- New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -


1047 Sam Ash - Carolina Rose
()
- 1005 - New York, NY - March ?, 1922 -
1047 Hugh Donovan (C. Harrison) - In Blue Blueland
()
- 989 - New York, NY - February ??, 1922 -


1048 Lucille Hegamin and the Blue Flames - I've Got The Wonder Where He Went Blues
(George Little - Abe Lyman)
- 0996=1=2=3 - BS2049 - New York, NY - Feburary 26, 1922 -
1048 Lucille Hegamin and the Blue Flames - He May Be Your Man (but he comes to see me)
(Lemuel Fowler - Perry Bradford)
- 997 - BS2049 - New York, NY - Feburary 26, 1922 -


1049A Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - Pick Me Up And Lay Me Down In Dear Old Dixieland
(Kalmar - Ruby)
- 1014 - Paramount 20116 - New York, NY - March 15, 1922 -
1049B Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra - An Old Fashioned Girl
(Walter Donaldson - Al Jolson)
- 1011=4 - New York, NY - March 14, 1922 -


1050 Golden Gate Orchestra - Little Grey Sweetheart Of Mine
(Fred Fisher)
- 1009=2 - CX40117 - New York, NY - April 7, 1922 -
1050 Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra - By The Sapphire Sea
(Ted Snyder)
- 1012=4 - 1002 - New York, NY - March 14, 1922 -


1051A Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - Georgia vocal: Arthur Hall
(Howard Johnson - Walter Donaldson)
- 1013 - Paramount 20115 - New York, NY - March 15, 1922 -
1051B Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra - Bygones
(Ted Snyder)
- 1010=1=2 - Paramount 20115 - New York, NY - March 13, 1922 -


1052 Golden Gate Orchestra - California
(Cliff Friend - Con Conrad)
- 1016=1=3 - Paramount 20116 - New York, NY - March 16, 1922 - 1052 Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - Moon River
(B. David - Johnson - Robinson)
- 1015 - Paramount 20117 - New York, NY - March 15, 1922 -


1053 Handy's Memphis Blues Band - She's No Mean Job
(J. Shelby - G. Landis)
- 1007=1=2 - Paramount 20112 - New York, NY - March ??, 1922 -
1053 Handy's Memphis Blues Band - Muscle Shoal Blues
(George Thomas)
- 1008=2=4 - Paramount 20112 - New York, NY - March ??, 1922 -


1054A Irving And Jack Kaufman - Oh! Mister Gallagher And Mister Shean
(Ed Gallagher - Al Shean)
- 1023=2 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 - 1054B Bob Thomas and Billy West - Atta Baby
()
- 1028=1 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -


1055 Irving And Jack Kaufman - California Rolling Stone
()
- 1019 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -
1055 Stellar Quartette - Swanee River Moon
(H. Pitman Clarke)
- 1020 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -


1056 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Selvin) - Mr Gallagher And Mr Shean
(Ed Gallagher - Al Shean)
- 0848=1 - Banner 1175 - New York, NY - September ??, 1927 -
1056 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Selvin) - Honey, You're Gettin' Sweeter All The Time
()
- 848 - New York, NY -


1057 Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - Rosey Posey
(Sigmund Romberg - Cyrus Wood)
- 1025=3 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 - 1057 Erdody's Famous Orchestra - Opera Trot No.1 vocal: Rigoletto Quartet
(Giuseppe Verdi)
- 1029 - Puritan 11132 - New York, NY - April ??, 1922 -


1058 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - Sing Song Man vocal: Arthur Hall
(Cliff Friend - Con Conrad)
- 1021=3 - Puritan 11122 - New York, NY - May ??, 1922 - 1058 Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra - Honey Lou vocal: Arthur Hall
(Rose)
- 1022=4 - Puritan 11123 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -


1059 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (J. Samuels) - Some Sunny Day
(Irving Berlin)
- 1045=3 - CX40128 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 - 1059 Banner Dance Orchestra (H. Yerkes) - Opera-Trot No. 2
(Camille Saint-Saens) from: "Samson and Delilah"
- 1053=1 - CX40126 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -


1060 Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - Every Day
(William Daly - Paul Lannin) from: "Goodness Sake"
- 1024=1 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -
1060 Banner Dance Orchestra - You Won't Be Sorry
(Burtnett - Marcasie)
- 1054=3 - CX40126 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -


1061 Ford Darney's Synopators - Doo Dah Blues
(Rose - White - Ted Fiorito)
- 1043=1=2 - Paramount 20120 - New York, NY - May ??, 1922 - 1061 Ford Darney's Synopators - Sweet Man O' Mine
(Robinson)
- 1017=2=3 - Paramount 20120 - New York, NY - March ??, 1922 -


1062 Lanin's Roseland Orchestra (Glantz) - Teasin'
(A. Von Tilzer - Cecil Mack)
- 1031=3 - Paramount 20124 - New York, NY - April ??, 1922 - 1062 Original Memphis Five - Don't Pan Me When I'm Gone
(Gus Butler)
- 1090=1=2 - Paramount 20142 - New York, NY - June 20, 1922 -


1063 Charles Harrison - The Rose Of Stamboul
()
- 1033 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -
1063 Charles Harrison - Just A Little Love Song
(Young - Deacon - Squires)
- 1055 - 1035 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -


1064 Erdody's Famous Orchestra - Mighty Lak A Rose
(Frank Stanton - E. Nevin)
- 1030=2 - Puritan 11132 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -
1064 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Stumbling
(Zez Confrey)
- 1044=2 - Regal 9224 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -


1065 Ben Selvin and His Orchestra - Grey Morn
()
- 1048=1 - Paramount 20130 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -
1065 Ben Selvin and His Orchestra - On The Alamo
Isham Jones - Gus Kahn()
- 1049=2 - Puritan 11164 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -


1066 Earl Randolph's Orchestra (Samuels) - Kicky Koo (You For Me-Me For You)
(S. Lewis - J. Young - G. Meyer)
- 1050 - New York, NY - April ??, 1922 -
1066 Earl Randolph's Orchestra (Samuels) - No Use Crying
(Hugo Hirsch)
- 1051 - Paramount 20128 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -


1067 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Old Timer's Foxtrot
()
- 1068 - Puritan 11133 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -
1067 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Selvin) - Oh Sing A Loo
()
- 1069 - TR11133 - New York, NY - June 1, 1922 -


1068 Original Memphis Five - Lonesome Mama Blues
(Billie Brown - E. Nickel - A. Brown)
- 1057=1=2 - Paramount 20131 - New York, NY - May 10, 1922 -
1068 Original Memphis Five - Those Longing For You Blues
(Frank Westphal - Robinson)
- 1058=1=2 - TR11129 - New York, NY - May 10, 1922 -


1069 Frisco Synopators (E. Davis) - Song Of Persia
(R. Whiting - R. Egan - Dave Radford)
- 1067 Paramount 20132 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -
1069 Eddie Davis and His Orchestra - Romany Love
(J. C. Zamecnik)
- 1066 - Paramount 20132 - New York, NY - May ??, 1922 -


1070 Newport Society Orchestra (Erdody) - Swanee River Moon
(H. Pitman Clarke)
- 1059=1=2 - EM10543 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -
1070 Newport Society Orchestra - Three O'Clock In The Morning
(D. Terris - J. Robledo)
- 1061=1 - EM10530 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -


1071 Lee Knight - Oh You Beautiful Baby vocal: Arthur Fields
()
- 1065 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -
1071 Billy West (B. Jones) - It Certainly Must Be Love
(Dougherty)
- 1063 - New York, NY - May ?, 1922 -


1072 Lucille Hegamin and Her Blues Flame Syncopators - High Brown Blues
(Jack Yellen - Milton Ager)
- 1047=1=2=3 - Broadway 9113 - Famous 3122 - Paramount 20127 - Puritan 9113 - Puretone 11127 - Regal 9315 - New York, N.Y. - April 30, 1922 - 2:28 -
1072 Lucille Hegamin - State Street Blues
(S. Williams - Thompson)
- 1046=1-2-3 - Paramount 21027 - New York, NY - April 30, 1922 -


1073 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Gee But I Hate To Go Home Alone vocal: Arthur Hall
(James Hanley - Joe Goodwin)
- 1073=2 - New York, NY - June 2, 1922 -
1073 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Nobody Lied vocal: Arthur Hall
(K. Norman - H. Berrry - Ed Weber)
- 1074=2 - 1105 - New York, NY - June 2, 1922 -


1074 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - El Calendario Del Anno
()
- 1052 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -
1074 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Sweet Indiana Home
(Walter Donaldson)
- 1078=2=3 - New York, NY - June 5, 1922 -


1075 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Coo Coo
(Al Jolson (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 1077=1=2 - New York, NY - June 5, 1922 - 1075 Eddie Davis and His Orchestra - Lovable Eyes
(A. Bryan - J. Schwatz - Atterdige)
- 1070 Paramount 20130 - New York, NY - June 1, 1922 -


1076 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Do It Again
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 1082=2 - Banner 1175 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 - 1076 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers
(Leon Jessel - B. MacDonald)
- 1092=1 - New York, NY - June 22, 1922 -


1077 Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra - Neath The South Sea Moon
(Louis Hirsch - Dave Stamper)
- 1094 - Regal 9320 - New York, NY - June 22, 1922 - 1077 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Selvin) - Opera Trot #3
(Mascagni) from: "Cavalleria Rusticana"
- 1081 - Regal 9324 - New York, NY - June ??, 1922 -


1078 Frank Spencer - Why Should I Cry Over You
(Chester Cohn - Ned Miller)
- 1085 - Regal 9326 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 - 1078 Bob Thomas and Billy West - Whenever You're Lonesome (Just Telephone Me)
(Max Kortlander (C) - (L) Pete Wendling)
- 1088 - Ragal 9327 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 -


1079 Nevada Van Der Veer - Annie Laurie
(Alicia Scott (C) - (Poem) William Douglas)
- 1064 - June ?, 1922 -
1079 Sam Ash - Smilin' Through
(Arthur A. Penn)
- 1062 - 4534 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 -


1080 Bert Trevor [Arthur Fields] - Oogie Woogie Wa Wa
(Archie Gottler (C) - (L) Grant Clarke - Edgar Leslie)
- 1056 - New York, NY - April ?, 1922 -
1080 Billy Clarke (Irvin Kaufman) - O'Reilly I'm Ashamed Of You
(Edward G. Nelson (C) - (L) Harry Pease)
- 42150 - New York, NY - January ?, 1922 -


1081 Stellar Quartette - California
(Cliff Friend - Con Conrad)
- 42228 - New York, NY - February ?, 1922 -
1081 Bob White - Pick Me Up & Lay Me Down In Dear Old Dixieland vocal: Vernon Dalhart
(Bert Kalmar - Harry Ruby)
- 42227 - New York, NY - February ?, 1922 -


1082 Original Memphis Five - Deedle Deedle Um
(A. Sherman - Sam Coslow - Irvin Mills)
- 1075=1=2 - New York, NY - June 10, 1922 -
1082 Original Memphis Five - Buzz Miranda
(Dave Franklin - Henry Creamer)
- 1076=1=2=3 - New York, NY - June 10, 1922 -


1083 Xylo Novelty Orchestra (Glantz) - Babbling Brook
(Charles W. Rega pseudonym of Fred Hager (1874-1958))
- 42215 - EM10517 - New York, NY - Feburary ?, 1922 -
1083 Metro Music Masters (Samuels) - Colorado And You
()
- 42201 - Regal 9208 - New York, NY - Feburary ??, 1922 -


1084 Sam Ash - I Wish There Was A Wireless To Heaven
(Joe Manuel - Harry W. White)
- 1086 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 - 1084 Bob Thomas and Billy West - In The Little Red Schoolhouse
(Al Wilson - James Brennan)
- 1087 - Gray Gull 2088 - Regal 9327 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 -


1085 Roy Collins - Listening On Some Radio Intro. My Rambler Rose
(Louis Hirsch - Dave Stamper)
- 1099 - Regal 9337 - New York, NY - June 27, 1922 -
1085 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Blue Eyed Blues
(Joseph Meyer - Billy Fazioli)
- 1098=2 - Regal 9339 - New York, NY - June 27, 1922 -


1086 Eddie Davis and His Orchestra - Georgette
(Lew Brown - Ray Henderson)
- 1135=2 - 1104 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -
1086 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Who'll Take My Place When I'm Gone?
(Raymond Klages - Billy Fazioli)
- 1097=4 - Regal 9336 - 1027 - New York, NY - June 27, 1922 -


1087 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - Jen Al Marre (It's Up To You)
(Yvain)
- 1093 - Regal 9320 - New York, NY - June 22, 1922 -
1087 Eddie Davis and His Orchestra - My Cradle Melody
(Lewis - Young - Meyer)
- 1103=1 - Regal 9339 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -


1088 Banner Dance Orchestra (Erdody) - Thro' The Night
(Fred Logan)
- 1060=1 - Puritan 11136 - New York, NY - May ??, 1922 - 1088 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - The Sneak
(Nacio Herb Brown)
- 1121=1=2 - Regal 9340 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -


1089 Eddie Davis and His Orchestra - Dancing Fool
(Ted Snyder - Harry B. Smith)
- 1102=2 - EM10538 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -
1089 Banner Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Don't Bring Me Posie
(Rose - McCabe - Jennings)
- 1124=2 - Regal 9338 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1090 Specht's Society Synopators - Hot Lips
(H. Busse - H. Lange - Lou Davis)
- 1101=1=2 - Regal 9341 - New York, NY - June 29, 1922 - 1090 Specht's Society Synopators - You Can Have Him, I Don't Want Him Blues
(Tracey - Dougherty)
- 1100=1-2 - Regal 9341 - New York, NY - June 29, 1922 -


1091 Bob Thomas (Ernest Hare) - My Cradle Memory
(Meyer)
- 1089 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -
1091 Bert Trevor (Arthur Fields) - Sweet Indiana Home
(Walter Donaldson - Egan - Whiting)
- 1122 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1092 Billy Burton (C. Harrison) - Only A Smile From You
()
- 1084=3 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 -
1092 Lewis James Mary - Dear Someday We'll Meet Again
(M. K. Jerome - Harry DeCosta)
- 1123=2 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1093 Lucille Hegamin - I've Got To Cool My Puppies Now
(Schafer - Thompson - Williams)
- 1119=1=2 - Paramount 20151 - New York, NY - July 16, 1922 - 1093 Lucille Hegamin - Send Back My Honeyman Now
(Lou Handman)
- 1120=1=2=3 - Paramount 20151 - New York, NY - July 16, 1922 -


1094 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Counting The Days
(E. Burtnett - J.Samuels - Kirpatri)
- 1129 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 - 1094 Joseph Knecht's Dance Orchestra - Say It While Dancing
(Davis - Abner Silver)
- 1117 - Regal 9350 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -[]


1095 Yerkes Metropolitan Dance Players - Swanee Bluebird
(Cliff Friend - Con Conrad)
- 1134=3 - Paramount 20153 - 1097 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -
1095 Joseph Knecht's Dance Orchestra - Love Days
(Clarence M. Jones - Williams)
- 1116 - Regal 9351 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -


1096 Moulin Rouge Orchestra - Keep On Building Castles In The Air
(Percy Wrenrich)
- 1083=3 - Puritan 11141 - 1122 - New York, NY - June ?, 1922 -
1096 Yerkes Metropolitan Dance Players - Soothing
(Ted Fiorito - Ed Storman)
- 1126=4 - Regal 9351 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1097 Roy Collins Orchestra - Truly
(Davis - Rose)
- 1132=3 - Regal 9352 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 - 1097 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Sunshine Alley
(West)
- 1134 - Regal 9223 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1098 Banner Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Rosa
()
- 1130=2 - Puritan 11149 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -
1098 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - I Wish I Knew
(Robert Spencer - Anderson - Bryan)
- 1136=3 - Regal 9357 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1099 Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - Coal Black Mammy
(Laddie Cliff - Ivy St. Helier)
- 1133=5 - Regal 9353 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -
1099 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Tricks
(Zez Confrey)
- 1128=1 - Regal 9353 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -


1100 Lanin's Southern Serenaders - Good Mornin'
(George Bennett)
- 1144 - Regal 9355 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 - 1100 Lanin's Southern Serenaders - I'm Just Wild About Harry
(WM - Noble Sissle - Eubie Blake)
- 1145=PM - Regal 9355 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1101 Joseph Knecht's Dance Orchestra - Love Dreams
(Joseph Cohen - Arthur Brown)
- 1118 - Regal 9356 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 - 1101 Yerkes Metropolitan Dance Players - Down Old Virginia Way
(Olman - Gillette)
- 1125=2 Paramount 20156 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1102 Lee Knight (Arthur Fields) - Old Kentucky Moonlight
(Gillespie - Van Alstyne)
- 1137 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -
1102 Bert Trevor (Arthur Fields) - Call Me Back Old Pal O' Mine
(Dixon - Periccone)
- 1138 - 607=GG - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1103 Sam Ash - Georgette (In Rose Time) vocal: Arthur Fields
(Lew Brown - Ray Henderson)
- 1142 - 1235 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 - 1103 Bert Trevor [Arthur Fields] - Just Because You're You
(Jerome Kern - Dave Stamper)
- 1143 - Regal 9359 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -


1104 Roy Collin's Orchestra (Selvin) - Chicago
(Fred Fisher)
- 1139=2 - Regal 9365 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 - 1104 Original Memphis Five - I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
(Armand Piron - Peter Bocage)
- 1169=1=2 - New York, NY - August ??, 1922 -


1105 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Why Should I Cry Over You

(Chester Cohn - Ned Miller)
- 1165=1 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 - 1105 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - When The Leaves Come Tumbling Down
(Richard Howard)
- 1166=1=2=3 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -


1106 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Yankee Doodle Blues
(Irving Caesar (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 1163=1=3 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -
1106 Joseph Samuels and His Orchestra - Blue
(Edgar Leslie - Grant Clarke)
- 1170=1=3 - EM10552 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -


1107 Moulin Rouge Dance Orchestra - I'm Always Stuttering
(Maceo Pinkard - Sidney Mitchell)
1141=2 - Regal 9367 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -
1107 Imperial Dance Orchestra (J. Samuels) - Way Down South
(Sam M. Lewis - Joseph Young)
- 1160 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1108 Metropolitan D.P. (Samuels) - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
(Gene Lockhart - Ernest J. Se)
- 1173 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -
1108 Imperial Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - You Remind Me Of My Mother
(George M. Cohan)
- 1161=4 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -


1109 Roy Collins Orchestra (Samuels) - Time Will Tell
(Raymond W. Klages - J. Fred)
- 1164 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -
1109 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Samuels) - When All Your Castles Come Tumbling Down
(Milton Schwarzwald)
- 1171=4 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -


1110 Moulin Rouge Orchestra (Selvin) - Vamp Me
(Byron Gay)
- 1140 - Regal 9367 - New York, NY - July ??, 1922 -
1110 Original Memphis Five - Struttin' At The Strutters' Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
- 1168=1=2=3 - New York, NY - August ??, 1922 -


1111 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Are You Playing Fair?
(H. Cohen - F. Siegrist)
- 1167=2 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 - 1111 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - All Over Nothing At All
(J. Keirn Brennan - Paul Cunn)
- 1174=1=2 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 - 1111 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - A Little Love
(Nathan Glantz - Washauer)
- 1131=2 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -


1112 Majestic Marimba Band (Glantz) - Call Me Back Old Pal Of Mine
(Dixon - Periccone)
- 1152=1=4 - Regal 9371 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -
1112 Clark's Marimba Band (Glantz) - Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses
(John Openshaw - Leslie Cooke)
- 1153=1=2=3 - Regal 9371 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -


1113 Hugh Donovan (C. Harrison) - For The Sake Of Auld Lang Syne
(Ernest R. Ball)
- 1152 - New York, NY - August ?, 1922 -
1113 Bert Trevor - Childhood Days vocal: Arthur Fields
(Sigmund Romberg - Dave Franklin)
- 1177 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1114 Florence Bert - No Wonder I'm Lonesome
()
- 1175 - 1116 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1114 Florence Bert - Cowbells
(Al Piantidosi)
- 1176? - 1117 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1115 Mystic Dance Orchestra - Homesick
(Irving Berlin)
- 1162=3 - New York, NY - July ?, 1922 -
1115 Metropolitan Dance Orchestra - Cowbells
(Al Piantidosi)
- 1178 - 1226=3 - 1226 - New York, NY - November 6, 1922 -


1116 Hollywood Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - My Old Plantation Home
(Winternitz)
1199 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1116 Joseph Samuels' Melody Masters - Tomorrow vocal: Arthur Hall
(Roy Turk - J. R. Robinson)
- 1196=1=2vSeptember ?, 1922 -


1117A Majestic Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - Carolina In The Morning
(Gus Kahn - Walter Donaldson)
- 1180=1 - 69891 - New York, NY - September ??, 1922 -
1117B Hollywood Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - lovin' Sam
(Jack Yellen - Milton Ager)
- 1200=2 - 69889 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1118 Joseph Samuels' Melody Masters - Cock-A-Doodle-Doo
(Cliff Friend - Con Conrad)
- 1195 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 - 1118 Imperial Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Suez
(Ferde Grofe - Peter De Rose)
- 1192 - Regal 9381 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1118 Joseph Samuels' Melody Masters - Three O'Clock In The Morning
(D. Terriss - Julian Robledo)
- 1193 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1119 Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra - Silver Swanee
(Eddie Cantor - Schwartz)
- 1185=1=2 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 - 1119 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - Two Little Wooden Shoes
(James F. Hanley)
- 1184 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1120 Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra - Toot Toot Tootsie
(Gus Kahn - Ernie Erdman - Dan Russo)
- 1183=1=3 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1120 Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra - Japanese Moon
(Austin Huntley (C) - (L) Dorothy Terriss)
- 1182 - 1191 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1121 Metropolitan Dance Players (Samuels) - Love's Lament
()
- 1193 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1121 Joseph Samuels' Melody Masters - You Gave Me Your Heart
(Ted Snyder - Harry B. Smith)
- 1197=2 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1122 Billy Burton - My Buddy vocal: C. Harrison
(Gus Kahn - Walter Donaldson)
- 1187 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 - 1122 Billy Clarke - Homesick vocal: Irvin Kaufman
(Irving Berlin)
- 1190 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1123 Hugh Donovan (C. Harrison) - Nelly Kelly I Love You
(George M. Cohan)
- 1202=3 - New York, NY - October ?, 1922 -
1123 Hugh Donovan and Everett Clark - Carolina In The Morning
(Gus Kahn - Walter Donaldson)
- 1186=1 - GG2095 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1124 Arthur Fields - All Over Nothing At All
(Kiern - Brennan - Cunningham)
- 1188 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1124 Billy Clarke and Bert Green - Yankee Doodle Blues
(Irving Caesar (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 1189 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -


1125 Billy Burton (C. Harrison) - Three O'Clock In The Morning
(Dorothy Terriss - Julian Rob)
- 1198=2 - 1198 - New York, NY - September ?, 1922 -
1125 Walter Scanlan - Bells Of St Marys
(Douglas Furber - A. Emmett A)
- 4778 - EM=10136 - December ?/19


1126 Lanin's Roseland - Do Who Did You Fool After All?
(Gus Van - Joe Schenck - Black)
- 1223 - EM10562 - GG1148 - November 6, 1922 -
1126 Hollywood Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - One Night In June
(Snyder - Lange - Klapholz)
- 1231=2 - 1231 - 1235 - November 17, 1922 -


1127 Hollywood Dance Orchestra (Samuels/Glantz) - Lost (A Wonderful Girl)
(James F. Hanley)
- 1232=1 - EM10561 - November 20, 1922 -
1127 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Playmates Forever
(Albert Gumble - Jack Yellen)
- 1216=4 - October ?, 1922 -


1128 Imperial Dance Orchestra (N.Glantz) - Lady Of The Evening
(Irving Berlin)
- 1209 - EM10556 - 69929 - October ??, 1922 -
1128 Imperial Dance Orchestra (N.Glantz) - Pack Up Your Sins And Go To The Devil
(Irving Berlin)
- 1208 - 69930 - October ??, 1922 -


1129 Joseph Samuels Melody Masters - Carry Me Back To My Carolina Home vocal: Arthur Hall
(Davis - Silver)
- 1225=3 - November 6, 1922 -
1129 Biltmore Hotel Orchestra (Natzy) - Burning Sands
(Domenico Savino (D. Onivas))
- 1227 - Regal 9403 - GG1146 - November 15, 1922 -


1130 Joseph Samuels Melody Masters - I'm Through Shedding Tears Over You
(Edwin J. Weber - Norman)
- 1224=1=2 - EM10560 - 1240=2 - November 6, 1922 -
1130 Sam Lanin's Roseland Dance Orchestra - Rose Of The Rio Grande
(Harry Warren - Ross Gorman)
- 1222=2 - EM10558 - 1243 - November 6, 1922 -


1131 Six Black Diamonds (Samuels) - All Muddled Up
(Percy Wrenrich)
- 1211=4=5 - Regal 9393 - October ??, 1922 -
1131 Six Black Diamonds (Samuels) - Swanee Smiles
(Fred Hager - Justin Ring)
- 1210 GG1144 - October ??, 1922 -


1132 Original Memphis Five - Stop Your kiddin'
(Ferde Grofe - Jimmy McHugh)
- 1221=2=3 - GG1137 - November ??, 1922 -
1132 Original Memphis Five - Bees Knees
(R. Lopez - T. Lewis - Leo Wood)
- 1220=1=2 - GG1138 - November ??, 1922 -


1133 Banner Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Nellie Kelly I Love You
(George M. Cohan)
- 1234 - EM10561 - 630 - July ?, 1922 -
1133 Clarke's Marimba Band (Glantz) - A Kiss In The Dark
(Victor Herbert (C) - (L) George Gard "Buddy" DeSylva)
- 1203=2 - EM10562 - 5097-1 - October ??, 1922 -


1134 Billy Clarke and Bert Green - Blue
(Edgar Leslie - Grant Clarke)
- 1217 - October ?, 1922 -
1134 Arthur Fields - He Loves It
(Pete Wendling)
- 1212 - GG2092 - October ?, 1922 -


1135 Hugh Donovan (C. Harrison) - Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses
(John Openshaw - Leslie Cooke)
- 1214=2 - GG2095 - October ?, 1922 -
1135 Billy Clarke and Bert Green - The Trail To Long Ago
(Henri F. Klickmann - E. Clint)
- 1219 - 1246=3 - 1246 - October ?, 1922 -


1136 Arthur Fields - Lovin' Sam (The Sheik Of Alabam)
(Jack Yellen - Milton Ager)
- 1213 - GG2092 - October ?, 1922 -
1136 Billy Clarke and Bert Green - I Never Broke Nobody's Heart (When I Said Goodbye)
(Alfred Bryan - Leon Flatow)
- 1218 - October ?, 1922 -


1137 Majestic Dance Orchestra (Samuels) - Who Cares ?
(Jack Yellen - Milton Ager)
- 1215=3 - Regal 9397 - GG1148 - October ??, 1922 -
1137 Biltmore Hotel Orchestra (Natzy) - Picture Without A Frame
(Harry Von Tilzer)
- 1228=1 - Regal 9399 - November 15, 1922 -


1138 Fred Brown - You Remind Me Of My Mother
(George M. Cohan)
- 1235 - 1135 - August ?, 1922 -
1138 George Bronson and Franklyn Baur - Til My Luck Comes Rolling Along
(George M. Cohan)
- 1233 - GG2087 - 636 - October ?, 1922 -


1139 Imperial Dance Orchestra - What A Fool I've Been
()
- 5017=2 - Regal 9411 - December ?, 1922 -
1139 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (N.Glantz) - Open Up Your Arms My Alabammy
(Sam M. Lewis - Joseph Young)
- 5001 - Regal 9409 - November ?, 1922 -


1140 Six Black Diamonds (Samuels) - Baby Blue Eyes
(Walter Hirsch - George Jessel - Jesse Greer) from: "Troubles of 1922"
- 1236=2 - TR11184 - 1229 - November 22, 1922 -
1140 Sam Lanin's Roseland Dance Orchestra - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
(Henry Creamer - Turner Layton)
- 5022=2 - Regal 9411 - December ?, 1922 -


1141 Roy Collins Dance Orchestra (Glantz) - Crinoline Days
(Irving Berlin)
- 5002=1 - Regal 9408 - November ?, 1922 -
1141 Louis Katzman's Dance Orchestra - Journey's End
(Harry Tierney - Joseph McCar)
- 5013=2 - Regal 9412 - December ?, 1922 -


1142 Joseph Knecht's Dance Orchestra - (Underneath the) Mellow Moon
(Wendell Hall)
- 5015=1 - Regal 9410 - December ?, 1922 -
1142 Joseph Knecht's Dance Orchestra - Red Moon
(Henri deMartini - Max Kortlander (C) - (L) John Traver)
- 5016=1 - Regal 9410 - December ??, 1922 -


1143 Original Memphis Five - Loose Feet
(Spencer Williams)
- 5024=2=3 - Regal 9407 - December ?, 1922 -
1143 Original Memphis Five - Runnin' Wild
(A. Harrington Gibbs (C) - (L) Joe Grey - Leo Wood)
- 5025=1=2=3 - Regal 9407 - December ?, 1922 -


501 Buddy Blue & His Texans - I Don't Want Your Kisses
(Fred Fisher - Martin Broones)
- 8886 - DO4445 - New York, NY - July 26, 1929 -


530 Frankie Wallace - Dust Pan Blues
(Frankie Marvin - Johnny Marvin)
- 9031 - RO1144 - DO4439 - New York, NY - September 19, 1929 -


613 Roy Smeck's Trio - Crying For The Carolines
(S. Lewis - J. Young - Harry Warren)
- 9333 - RO1232 - DO4507 - New York, NY - Feburary 6, 1930 -
613 Roy Smeck's Trio - Away From You
(Goodrow - Smolev - Seaman)
- 9338 - RO1232 - OR1869 - New York, NY - Feburary 6, 1930 -


6050 Missouri Jazz Band - I'm Always On The Road To Nowhere
()
- 7400 - 1020 - New York, NY - August 20, 1928 -
6050 Golden Gate Dance Orchestra - Someday Sweetheart
(Benjamin Franklin "Reb" Spikes - John C. Spikes)
- 7456=2 - DO4009 - 1017 - New York, NY - August 12, 1928 - Notes


32760 Alabama Rascals - Jockey Stomp
(Not Given)
- 11622 - ME12689 - New York, NY - March 30, 1932













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