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Vintage 78 rpm Recordings
(pre-1930)

Sorted by Year
(all are 10" discs unless otherwise noted)

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1905

Black Diamonds Band, Whistling Rufus (single-sided, Zonophone X-40189, ca. 1905 British).

G; $2.00
Item # 4868

Zon-o-phone Concert Band, College Life (single-sided, Zon-o-phone 202, 1905 U.S.).

G; edge chips [do not affect play]; $2.00
Item # 4869


1906

Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], tenor, In A Hammock Built For Two (single-sided, Columbia 3395, 1906 U.S.). New Brunswick-born McClaskey, usually recording under the pseudonym Henry Burr, was one of the most prolific recording artists of the early 20th century.

VG; $5.00
Item # 2707 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

Harry Tally, tenor, Why Don’t You Try (single-sided, Columbia 3356, 1906 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 4870


1908

 

Harold Jarvis, tenor, Mary Of Argyle / The Bay Of Biscay (His Master’s Voice-Victor 16033, 1908 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 2720 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

Bobby Newcomb, Pretty Peggy / Columbia Orchestra, The Nightingale And The Frogs (Columbia A-199, 1908 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4871

 

1909
 

Frank C. Stanley & Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Bye, Bye Dearie / Byron G. Harlan, When The Sunset TurnsThe Ocean’s Blue To Gold (Columbia A439, 1909 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 2702 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

1910
 

El Nino Orchestra [accordeon band], Tan Delicao / [unidentified orch.], La Dastra (1-1/2" spindle hole, United Records T590, 1910? U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 4873

 

Prince’s Orchestra, Narcissus / Honeysuckle (Columbia A912, 1910 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4874

 

1911
 

John Jamieson, tenor, The Bonnie Lass Of Ballochmyle / Mary Of Argyle (Columbia-Rena 1594, 1911? U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4877

 

1912
 

Elsie Baker, with the Victor Orchestra, Picaninny’s Lullaby / John Barnes Wells, Mammy’s Song (Victor 17039, 1912 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4879

 

1913

Charles Denton, Captain Gingah O.T. / By The Sea (John Bull 5326, 1913 German [Prussian pressing]). Two classics of the British Music Hall.

VG; $10.00
Item # 9186 [Also listed under Personalities]

 

Harry McClaskey, Somewhere A Voice Is Calling / Elsie Baker & Frederick Wheeler, The Maiden Grey (His Master’s Voice-Victor 17475, 1913 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 2713 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

[unidentified baritone solo], The Two Grenadiers / [illegible title] (1-1/2" spindle hole, United Records A749, 1913 U.S.).

G; $3.00
Item # 4880

 

[unidentified duo, possibly Ada Jones & Billy Murray?], Bobbing Up And Down / Billy Bounce Your Baby Doll (1-1/2" spindle hole, United Records A1298, 1913 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 4881

 

Fred Van Eps, banjo; with orchestra, Whipped Cream / Guido Deira, accordeon, Everybody’s Doing It Now (1-1/2" spindle hole, United Records A1294, 1913 U.S.). Great ragtime!

G; $3.00
Item # 4882

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1914
 

Elsie Baker, contralto, One Sweetly Solemn Thought / Alan Turner, baritone, Crossing The Bar (His Master’s Voice-Victor 17564, 1914 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4883

Europe’s Society Orchestra, Castle Walk / You’re Here And I'm Here (Victor 17553, 1914 U.S.). Castle Walk was a specialty of the famous dance team of Vernon and Irene Castle. This disc, “Recorded under the personal supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle,” was made just prior to Vernon’s joining the Royal Flying Corps (he was killed in a flying accident in 1918). James Reese Europe was the first well-known black orchestra leader.

VG; $25.00
Item # 4884

 

Joe Hayman, Cohen On The Telephone / Fred Duprez, Happy Tho’ Married (Columbia A1516, 1914 U.S.). Hayman’s Yiddish-accented recording was the first comedy dialogue disc to sell a million copies.

G+; $2.00
Item # 2775 [Also listed under Comedy]

 

Sandy McGregor, Breakfast In Bed On Sunday Morning / The Picnic, Or Ev’ry Laddie Loves A Lassie (Columbia 1605, 1914 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4885

 

The Peerless Quartet, My Daddy Long-Legs / Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], When You’re A Long, Long Way From Home (Columbia A1681, 1914 Canadian). McClaskey was also a member of the Peerless Quartet.

VG; $5.00
Item # 2715 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

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1915
 

Alma Gluck, soprano, Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (12" single-sided single, His Master’s Voice-Victor Red Label 74420, 1915 Canadian).

G+; grease pencil mark on label; $3.00
Item # 9307

 

Anthony & [Charles?] Harrison, Let The Lower Lights Be Burning / [unidentified baritone] Nearer My God To Thee (Columbia A247, ca. 1915 U.S. reissue of 1908 release).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4886

 

Albert Campbell & Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Runaway June / Herbert Stuart & Charles Harrison [as “Billy Burton”], I’m On My Way To Dublin Bay (Columbia A1756, 1915 U.S.).

G+; $2.00
Item # 2711 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

Palie K. Lua & David K. Kaili of the Irene West Royal Hawaiians, Kilima Waltz / Hawaiian Waltz Medley (His Master’s Voice B-297, 1915 British). Country & Western owes a lot to these kinds of early Hawaiian tunes.

VG+; writing on label; Gramophone Company Limited stamps on label; song titles and artists inscribed on wax master show through label; $2.00
Item # 4888

 

Sandy McGregor, That’s The Reason Noo I Wear A Kilt / We Parted On The Shore (Columbia R4028, 1915? Canadian reissue of 1907? recording).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4889

 

Alice Nielsen, soprano, Love’s Old Sweet Song / Bendemeer’s Stream (12" 78 rpm, Columbia Symphony Series A5670, 1915 U.S.).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6252

 

Herbert Stuart & Charles Harrison [as “Billy Burton”], There’s A Long, Long Trail / Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], There’s A Little Lane Without A Turning On The Way To Home Sweet Home (Columbia A-1791, 1915 U.S.).

G+; $2.00
Item # 2714 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

The Taylor, Hackel & Berge Trio, Because / Mother Machree (Columbia A1735, 1915 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4890

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1916
 

Nannette Flack & Ernest Aldwell, I Never Knew / Irving Kaufman, Way Down In Iowa I’m Going To Hide Away (Columbia A2126, 1916 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4891

 

Wilfred Glenn, bass, I’m A Jolly Old Rover / The Old Sexton (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18025, 1916 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4892

 

Billy Golden & Jim Marlowe, Marriage Difficulties / Michael Casey, Casey At Home (Columbia A1971, 1916 U.S.). A-side is “coon”-style comedy, B-side is “Irish” humour.

VG; $2.00
Item # 2774 [Also listed under Comedy]

 

Vess Ossman’s Banjo Orchestra, Kangaroo Hop / Merry Whirl (12", Victor 35536, 1916 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4893

 

Prince’s Band, Liberty Bell March / Standard Bearer March (Columbia A2079, 1916 U.S.). Liberty Bell March is now better known as the theme from “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”; sounds great, and no dubbing in those days!

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4894

 

Sterling Trio, Do What Your Mother Did (I’ll Do The Same As Your Dad) / When The Sun Goes Down In Romany (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18079, 1916 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4895

 

Herbert Stuart & male chorus, Good Luck To The Boys Of The Allies / We’ll Never Let The Old Flag Fail (Columbia R2300, 1916 Canadian). A-side is a Canadian-composed patriotic song.

G+; $2.00
Item # 4896

 

Victor Military Band, In Old Quebec (“Vive la Canadienne” and “O Canada”) / United Empire March (His Master’s Voice-Victor 17998, 1916 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6841

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1917
 

The Avon Comedy Four, I’m Crazy Over Every Girl In France / Peerless Quartette, We’re Going Over (Columbia A-2399, 1917 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4897

 

Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine) / A Baby’s Prayer At Midnight (For Her Daddy Over There) (Columbia A2490, 1917 Canadian).

G; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 2708 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

McKee’s Orchestra, Forget-Me-Not / Sergeant Markels’ Orchestra, Felicia Waltz (12", His Master’s Voice-Victor 35639, 1917 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4899

Prince’s Band, Columbia Graphophone Company March (Columbia Phonograph Company March) / Manhattan Beach March (10" 78 rpm single, Columbia A-2455, 1917 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6755

Billy Sunday Chorus (mixed chorus of 2,500 voices); Homer Rodeheaver, dir., America (My Country ’Tis Of Thee) / Sail On (10" 78 rpm single, Victor 18322, 1917 U.S.).

VG+; label has x's scratched on both sides; $3.00
Item # 6775

 

The Victor Military Band, Over There / Where Do We Go From Here (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18370, 1917 Canadian).

G; $2.00
Item # 4901

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1918
 

Bernie & Baker, violin & accordion, Waters Of Venice / Good Bye Alexander (His Master’s Voice 18499, 1918 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4902

 

Edna Brown, Hello Central, Give Me No Man’s Land / Elliott Shaw & Charles Hart, My Belgian Rose (His Master’s Voice 18499, 1918 Canadian).

G+, tear in A-side label; $3.00
Item 9526

 

Arthur Fields & The Peerless Quartet, Just Like Washington Crossed The Delaware (General Pershing Will Cross The Rhine) / The Peerless Quartette, What Are You Doing To Help The Boys (Columbia A2545, 1918 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 9440

 

Arthur Fields, Oh! Frenchy / Arthur Fields & The Peerless Quartette, We’re All Going Calling On The Kaiser (Columbia A2569, 1918 Canadian).

G; $2.00
Item # 4903

 

Charles Hart & Lewis James, Till We Meet Again /Sterling Trio, Have A Smile (His Master’s Voice 18518, 1918 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4905

 

Irving Kaufman, Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning / Arthur Fields, Good Morning, Mr. Zip, Zip, Zip (Okeh 1074, 1918 U.S.). Very early Okeh issue; all such are very noisy.

G+; $10.00
Item # 4906

 

Louise, Ferera & Greenus, Hawaiian guitar, Hawaiian banjo & ukelele, Funiculi, Funicula / Maria, Maria (Columbia A2614, 1918 U.S.).

VG+; $4.00
Item # 4907

Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Each Stitch Is A Thought Of You, Dear / Charles Hart & The Shannon Four, A Little Bit Of Sunshine (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18453, 1918 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 2703 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

Prince’s Band, The Regiment’s Return / On Review (Columbia A2536, 1918 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 9441

 

Toscha Seidel, violin; Harry Kaufman, piano, I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (single-sided, Columbia 78798, 1918? U.S.).

G; $2.00
Item # 4909

 

Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra, Smiles / Rose Room (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18473, 1918 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4910

 

Elizabeth Spencer, with The Sterling Trio, Where The Morning Glories Grow / The Sterling Trio, My Sunshine Jane (Down Beside The Weeping WillowTree) (His Master’s Voice 18403, 1918 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4911

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1919

Nora Bayes, How Ya Gonna Keep ’Em Down On The Farm? (After They’ve Seen Paree) / When Yankee Doodle Sails Upon The Good Ship Home, Sweet Home (Columbia A2687, 1919 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4912

Columbia Orch., The Kiddies Christmas Frolic, Part I — Morning / Part II — Evening(Columbia A2800, 1919 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9295 [Also listed under Christmas]

Columbia Saxophone Quartette; Albert Campbell & Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], chorus, I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles / Columbia Saxophone Quartette, Beautiful Ohio Blues (Columbia A2784, 1919 Canadian).

G+; $3.00
Item # 2706 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

Conway’s Band, Kisses / By The Swanee River (80 rpm, Phonola 4020, 1919 Canadian). Scarce label from Kitchener, Ontario.

VG+; remains of sticker on label; includes rare Phonola sleeve (with Kitchener misspelled as “Kitchentr”!); $5.00
Item # 4913

Charles Hart & Elliott Shaw, Don’t Cry Frenchy, Don’t Cry / Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18538, 1919 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 2705 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

 

Hulda Lashanska, soprano, Thy Beaming Eyes (single-sided, Columbia 78355, 1919 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9525

John McDermott, I Love To Be A Sailor / I’ve Something In The Bottle For The Morning (Okeh 1117, 1919 U.S.; rogue label: A-side label is repeated on B-side). All early Okeh pressings are noisy.

G; $5.00
Item # 4914

Miro’s Band; Walter B. Rogers, cond., Geraldine / The Bluebird (His Master’s Voice 216047, 1919 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4915

Prince’s Dance Orchestra, Dardanella / Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra, Wild Flower Waltz (Columbia A2851, 1919 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4917

Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra; Hugo Frey & Frank Banta, pianos, “Head Over Heels” [medley foxtrot] / I’m Always Chasing Rainbows (12", His Master’s Voice-Victor 35682, 1919 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4918

Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra, Arabian Nights / Nicholas Orlando’s Orchestra, Sand Dunes (His Master’s Voice 18536, 1919 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4920

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1920

Beck’s Orchestra, Wait Till You Get Them Up In The Air, Boys / Van Eps Quartet, Since Katy The Waitress Became An Aviatress (His Master’s Voice 216083, 1920 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4921

Frank Crumit, Margie / I’m A Lonesome Little Rain Drop (Columbia A3332, 1920 U.S.). Two great songs.

G; edge chip on B-side [does not affect play], tear in label; looks very rough and is a bit noisy but plays OK; $1.00
Item # 4922

Charles Harrison, Christ In Flanders / In Flanders’ Fields (His Master’s Voice 216095, 1920 Canadian). B-side is John McCrea’s famous poem, set to music.

VG+; sticker on label; $5.00
Item # 4923

Henri’s Orchestra, Love Will Find A Way / Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems To Care) (His Master’s Voice 216079, 1920 Canadian). B-side is good up-tempo number.

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4924

Al Jolson, Avalon / Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Old Pal, Why Don’t You Answer Me? (Columbia A2995 copper label, 1920 U.S.).

NM; $10.00
Item # 2710 [Also listed under Canadian Artists; Personalities]

Joseph Knecht’s Waldorf Astoria Dance Orchestra, In My Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown / The All-American Five, Pretty Miss Virginia (Sun 4219, 1920 Canadian). Scarce Canadian label, based in Toronto and pressing Okeh material.

VG+; $10.00
Item # 4925

Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Mother’s Hands /Charles Hart & Lewis James, When The Harvest Moon Is Shining (Victor 18668, 1920 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 2709 [Also listed under Canadian Artists]

Palace Trio, You’ll Be Sorry / Green Bros. Xylophone Orchestra, Fluffy Ruffles (Brunswick 2017, 1920 U.S.). Hot music, but disc is noisy.

G; tear in label; $1.00
Item # 4928

Raderman’s Novelty Orchestra, I Want To Go To The Land Where The Sweet Daddies Grow / Harry Thomas Trio, I’ll Be With You When The Clouds Roll By (His Master’s Voice 216211, 1920 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4929

Sherbo’s Orchestra, The Bells / Yerkes Marimba Band, On The Shores Of Tripoli (Aeolian-Vocalion 14117, 1920 brown shellac U.S. black & gold label).

G; $2.00
Item # 4930

Harry Thomas Trio, You Tell ’Em / Tripoli (His Master’s Voice 216193, 1920 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4931

Rudy Wiedoeft’s Californians, In The Dusk / Carl Fenton’s Orchestra, Midnight Moon (Brunswick 2072, 1920 Canadian). B-side start is noisy.

VG; $3.00
Item # 4932

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1921

Diamond Trio [instrumental], My Mammy / Martucci’s Venetian Garden Orchestra, Coral Sea (His Master’s Voice 216275, 1921 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4933

Diamond Trio, Stop It! / Van Eps Quartet, I’ve Got The Blues For My Kentucky Home (His Master’s Voice 216228, 1921 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4934

Green Brothers’ Novelty Band, All By Myself / Peggy O’Neil (Apex 4398, 1921 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4935

Charles Harrison, Somewhere A Voice Is Calling / Hughes Macklin, Little Mother Of Mine (His Master’s Voice 216303, 1921 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4936

Imperial Dance Orchestra, Yoo-Hoo / It’s You (His Master’s Voice 216341, 1921 Canadian). Couple of nice, up-tempo tunes.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4938

Lewis James & Shannon Four, There’s Only One Pal After All / Billy Jones, Peggy O’Neil (His Master’s Voice 216281, 1921 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4939

 

Lanin’s Southern Serenaders, Aunt Hagar’s Children Blues / Shake It & Break It (Puritan 11068, 1921 U.S.). Both sides hot; scarce label.

G+; $20.00
Item # 4943

 

The Melody Men [instrumental], Poor Me / Crooning (His Master’s Voice 216291, 1921 Canadian). Couple of nice, up-tempo tunes.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4944

 

Raderman’s Novelty Orchestra, Say It With Music / Van Epps Quartet, Just Because (His Master’s Voice 216338, 1921 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4945

 

Rega Dance Orchestra, Nellie Kelly, I Love You / Markel’s Orchestra, Chicago (Apex 4390, 1921 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6843

 

Elliott Shaw, Oh! It’s A Lovely War / Charles Hart, I Love The Lassies (His Master’s Voice 216265, 1921 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 9442

 

Joseph C. Smith & His Orchestra, I Want My Mammy — Mandy ’N’ Me / Stealing (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18845, 1921 Canadian). Couple of nice, up-tempo tunes.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4946

 

Joseph C. Smith & His Orchestra, Blossom Time / Victor Arden & Phil Ohman, piano duet, Saturday (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18827, 1921 Canadian). B-side is hot!

VG; rough start both sides; $2.00
Item # 4947

 

Harry Thomas Trio [Billy Jones, vocal], Take Me / In Old Manila (His Master’s Voice 216246, 1921 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4948

 

[unidentified tenor], I Hear You Calling Me / A Little Love, A Little Kiss (76 rpm, Apex 534, 1921 Canadian). Nice vocal, though anonymous.

VG; $2.00
Item # 4949


1922

All Star Trio & Their Orchestra, Hand-Painted Doll / Lonesome Land (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18896, 1922 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4950

 

Nora Bayes, You Need Someone, Someone Needs You / Mammy’s Carbon Copy (Columbia A3742, 1922 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4951

 

The Benson Orchestra of Chicago; directed by Roy Bargy, The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise / Tomorrow Morning (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18980, 1922 Canadian). Couple of nice, up-tempo tunes.

VG+; rough start both sides; $2.00
Item # 4952

 

Club Royal Orchestra, directed by Clyde Doerr, Who’ll Take My Place (When I’m Gone) / Georgette (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18919, 1922 Canadian). A-side is a bouncy foxtrot that seems to have gone unregarded at the time.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4953

 

Club Royal Orchestra; directed by Clyde Doerr, California / All Star Trio & Their Orchestra, Who Believed In You? (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18890, 1922 Canadian). A-side features semi-hot piano solo.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4954

 

Club Royal Orch.; dir. by Clyde Doerr, Sweet Indiana Home / Paul Whiteman & His Orch., You Won’t Be Sorry (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18901, 1922 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 5062 [also listed under Paul Whiteman]

 

Clyde Doerr & His Orchestra, When The Leaves Come Tumbling Down / Zez Confrey & His Orchestra, Zenda (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18945, 1922 Canadian).

VG+; A-side scratches are not audible; $3.00
Item # 4955

 

Frank Ferera & Anthony Franchini, Song To Hawaii / Hawaiian Echoes (Brunswick 2257, 1922 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4956

 

Jan Garber & the Garber-Davis Orchestra, La Paloma / O Sole Mio (Columbia A3792, 1922 U.S.).

G+; $1.00
Item # 4957

 

The Great White Way Orchestra, I’ll Be In My Dixie Home Again Tomorrow / You Gave Me Your Heart (So I Gave You Mine) (His Master’s Voice-Victor 18964, 1922 Canadian).

G+; $1.00
Item # 4958

 

Charles Hart, Elliott Shaw & Everett Clark, The Sheik Of Araby / Granny (Columbia A3556, 1922 U.S.). A-side is one of the great hit songs of the 1920s — even The Beatles recorded it!

VG; $2.00
Item # 4959

 

“Red” Newman, Oh! It’s A Lovely War / Civies (His Master’s Voice 216366, 1922 Canadian). Newman was a member of the famous Canadian Army troup The Dumbells, and the only one not actually born in Canada.

G+; $1.00
Item # 4960

 

Prince’s Orchestra, Pirouette / Columbia Orchestra, España (Columbia A-3767, 1922 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4961

 

Harry Thomas Trio, Another Scotch And Soda [Harry Lauder medley] / Valse Inspiration (His Master’s Voice 216367, 1922 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4962

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1923
 

Capitol Theatre Jazz Orchestra, A Japanese Sunset / Souvenir (His Master’s Voice-Victor 216422, 1923 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4964

 

Sasha Culbertson, violin; Helen Hamilton, piano, Serenade / Valse bluette (Vocalion B60054, 1923 orange shellac U.S. black, gold & beige label).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4965

 

Edwin Dale, tenor, Somewhere In The World / Open The Gate Of Your Heart (Columbia 54-D copper label, 1923 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4966

Vernon Dalhart, Open Your Arms My Alabamy / Charles Harrison & Irving Kaufman, Carolina In The Morning (Starr Gennett 8004, 1923 Canadian).

VG+; $15.00
Item # 2249 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., I Love You / Charles Dornberger & His Orch., The Life Of A Rose (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19151, 1923 Canadian). B-side is a Gershwin composition.

VG; $5.00
Item # 5066 [also listed under Paul Whiteman; Gershwin]

 

Frank Ferera & Anthony Franchini, On The Beach At Waikiki / One-Two-Three-Four (Brunswick 2450, 1923 Canadian). Hawaiian or bluegrass? Not much to choose between them at this date!

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4967

 

Wilfred Glenn, bass, with Shannon Four, When Good Fellows Get Together / Winter Song (Vocalion B14505, 1923 Canadian black, gold & beige label).

VG; writing on label; $2.00
Item # 4968

 

Wendell Hall, It Ain’t Gonna Rain No Mo’ / Red Headed Music Maker (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19171, 1923 Canadian).

G+. $5.00
Item # 9244 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Hawaiian Novelty Orchestra, Red Moon / After Every Party (Brunswick 2429, 1923 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4969

 

Arnold Johnson & His Orchestra, Pale Venetian Moon / The Lovelight In Your Eyes (Brunswick 2394, 1923 Canadian).

G+; $1.00
Item # 4970

 

Billy Jones, tenor, Three O’Clock In The Morning / Ernest Hare, bass, Coal Black Mammy (Starr Gennett 584, 1923 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4971

 

Ted Lewis & His Band, Ted Lewis Popular Favorites / Charles Hackett, tenor; Toscha Seidel, violin, Schubert Serenade (Columbia Sample Record 1S, 1923 U.S. copper label).

VG; includes original special demonstration sleeve; bit of a rough start to A-side; $5.00
Item # 4972

 

Manhattan Dance Orchestra, Down In Maryland / Think Of Me (Columbia A3807, 1923 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4973

Victor Light Opera Company, Gems from “Blossom Time” / Gems from “The Yankee Princess” (12" single, His Master’s Voice-Victor 35722, 1923 Canadian). A-side is highlights from a 1921 Broadway show; B-side is highlights froma 1922 Broadway show..

VG; $3.00
Item # 9535 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

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1924
 

The Benson Orchestra of Chicago; Don Bestor, dir.; Frank Sullivano, vocal, Doodle-Doo-Doo / Back In Hackensack New Jersey (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19318, 1924 Canadian).

VG+; visible scratch on B-side does not affect play; $5.00
Item # 5791

Vernon Dalhart, I’m Goin’ South / Charles Harrison, Linger Awhile (Starr Gennett 8160, 1924 Canadian).

VG+; $15.00
Item # 2246 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, The Wreck Of The ’97 / The Prisoner’s Song (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19427, 1924 Canadian). “Wreck” is the A-side on this Canadian release.

G+; $5.00
Item # 2251 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Halley & His Orchestra, Oh! How I Love My Darling! / An Oriental Night (Clover 1523, 1924 U.S.). Scarce label. Hot trumpet on A-side.

G+; $3.00
Item # 4974

 

Bob Haring & His Orchestra [instrumental, with spoken introduction], Mr. Radio Man (Tell My Mummy To Come Back Home) / Arthur Lange & His Orchestra, Please (Cameo 517, 1924 U.S.). B-side is NOT the Bing Crosby song. Couple of semi-hot arrangements.

VG; $3.00
Item # 4975

 

Bob Haring & His Orchestra, Red Hot Mama / Haring’s Happy Harmonists, G’wan With It (Cameo 562, 1924 U.S.). Semi-hot blues.

VG; $3.00
Item # 4976

 

Fritz Imhoff mit Orig. Lanner-Quartett, [Kálmán] Gräfin Mariza, “Grüss mir mein Wien” / Gräfin Mariza, “Komm, Zigan” (Grammophon B-42220, 1924 German).

VG; edge chip [does not affect play]; $2.00
Item # 4977

 

Lewis James, It’s A Man Ev’ry Time, It’s A Man / Say It Again (Starr Gennett 9527, 1924 Canadian).

G+; $1.00
Item # 4978

 

Isham Jones Orchestra, It Had To Be You / After The Storm (Brunswick 2614, 1924 Canadian). Nice semi-hot version of It Had To Be You.

VG; edge chip on A-side affects first couple of seconds of play; $3.00
Item # 6844

 

[Sam] Lanin & His Orchestra, After The Storm (Life And Love Seem Sweeter) / Lucky Strike Orchestra, Lazy (Apex 8189, 1924 Canadian). Couple of semi-hot arrangements; B-side is an Irving Berlin tune.

VG; includes scarce Apex sleeve [damaged]; $5.00
Item # 4979

 

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., Where The Dreamy Wabash Flows / George Olsen & His Music, Follow The Swallow (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19428, 1924 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5070 [also listed under Paul Whiteman]

 

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., Linger Awhile / Joe Raymond & His Orch., Hollywood (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19211, 1924 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5067 [also listed under Paul Whiteman]

 

Bessie Smith, Hateful Blues / Frankie Blues (Columbia 14023-D, 1924 U.S.).

G [rough & worn, but scarce in any condition]; edge chip [does not affect play]; $10.00
Item # 8087 [also listed under R&B, Doo Wop, etc.]

 

Bessie Smith, Ticket Agent Ease Your Window Down / Pinchback Take ’Em Away (Columbia 14025-D, 1924 U.S.).

G [rough & worn, but scarce in any condition]; edge chip [does not affect play]; $10.00
Item # 8088 [also listed under R&B, Doo Wop, etc.]

 

Clara Smith & Her Jazz Trio, I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down / You Don’t Know My Mind (Columbia 14013-D, 1924 U.S.).

G [rough & worn, but scarce in any condition]; $10.00
Item # 8089 [also listed under R&B, Doo Wop, etc.]

 

The Troubadours, After The Storm (Life And Love Seem Sweeter) / [Frank Ferera, steel guitar], Hula Lou (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19296, 1924 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4980

 

The Varsity Eight, Why Did I Kiss That Girl? / Haring’s Happy Harmonists, Mobile Blues (Cameo 516, 1924 U.S.). Couple of semi-hot arrangements.

G+; A-side is a bit noisy; $2.00
Item # 4981

 

Victor Salon Orch.; directed by Nathaniel Shilkret, All Alone / Memory Lane (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19505, 1924 Canadian). A-side is an Irving Berlin weepy.

VG; edge chip on A-side [does not affect play]; $2.00
Item # 4982

 

Victor String Orchestra, Out Of The Dusk To You / Eleanor (Victor 19364, 1924 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4983

 

Waring’s Pennsylvanians; Tom Waring, vocal, Memory Lane / Waring’s Pennsylvanians, Down Home Blues (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19303, 1924 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 4984

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1925
 

Gene Austin & Carson Robison, Way Down Home / Vernon Dalhart, The Time Will Come (Victor 19637, 1925 U.S.). Awesome jazzy vocals

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4987 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

The Cavaliers, Take Me Back Marguerite / Dreamy Carolina Moon (Columbia 390D, 1925 U.S.). B-side has incidental singing by Vernon Dalhart.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 2357 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, He Sure Can Play The Harmonica / Ain’t You Coming Out To-night? (Victor 19667, 1925 U.S.).

VG; $5.00; edge chip, does not affect play
Item # 2358 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, Many, Many Years Ago / After The Ball (Brunswick 2924, 1925 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 2248 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, The Mule Song / A Gay Caballero (Velvet Tone 1812-V, 1925 U.S.).

VG; $10.00; edge chip, does not affect play
Item # 2359 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, The Prisoner’s Song / Wreck Of The ’97 (Bell 340, ca. 1925 U.S.).

G; $3.00
Item # 2250 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, Putting On The Style / The Little Black Moustache (Victor 19919, 1925 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 2356 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, The Sidewalks Of New York / The Girl I Left Behind Me (Columbia 437-D, 1925 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 2252 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Carl Fenton’s Orchestra, Footloose / I Miss My Swiss (Brunswick 2943, 1925 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4988

 

Henry Ford’s Old Time Dance Orchestra, Seaside Polka / Heel And Toe Polka (Victor 19909, 1925 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4989

 

Ford & Glenn, Since You Called Me Sweetheart / What Do We Care If It’s One O’clock (Columbia 474-D, 1925 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 4990

 

Bennie Krueger’s Orchestra, Yearning / Don’t Bring Lulu (Brunswick, 2859, 1925 Canadian).

VG+: $5.00
Item # 4991

 

Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra [Charles Kaley, vocal], If You Knew Susie / Ukulele Baby (Brunswick 2903, 1925 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 4992

 

Missouri Jazz Band [Joseph Samuels], Doo Wacka Doo / Hollywood Dance Orchestra [Joseph Samuels], Because They All Love You (Apex 8293, 1925 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 4993

 

Sydney Mitchell, How I Love That Girl! / Arthur Hall & John Ryan, Just Like You (Clover 1532, 1925 U.S.). Scarce label..

G+; $5.00
Item # 4994

Victor Salon Orch., A Perfect Day / Mother Machree (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19874, 1925 Canadian). Early electrical recording.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 9297

 

Fred Waring’s Pennsylvanians, Freshie / Mighty Blue (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19784, 1925 Canadian).

G+; $3.00
Item # 4997

 

Waring’s Pennsylvanians, Annie Dear / Dan Gregory’s Orchestra, Then You’ll Know That You’re In Love (Victor 19554, 1925 U.S.).

NM; $5.00
Item # 4998

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1926

Al & Bob, Out Yonder / Hi-Diddle-Diddle (Domino 21523, 1926 Canadian brown shellac).

G+; rather noisy; $1.00
Item # 4999

Criterion Quartet, Church In The Wildwood / Wayside Cross (Brunswick 3292, 1926 Canadian)

VG; $2.00
Item # 9443 [also listed under Religious]

Criterion Quartet, Some Blessed Day / Sweeter As The Years Go By (Brunswick 3296, 1926 Canadian)

G+; $2.00
Item # 9444 [also listed under Religious]

Frank Crumit; Frank Banta, piano, Pretty Little Dear / Get Away Old Man, Get Away (Victor 21037, 1926 U.S.). Folky.

VG+; $5.00
Item # 5000

 

Vernon Dalhart, Lay My Head Beneath A Rose / The Old Fiddler’s Song (Columbia 15087-D, 1926 U.S.).

G; $2.00
Item # 2247 [also listed under Country & Western]

Four Aristocrats, Don’t Sing Aloha When I Go / She’s Still My Baby (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20314, 1926 Canadian). Electrical recording; B-side is hot.

VG; $3.00
Item # 9549

International Novelty Quartet, Cuckoo [waltz] / Lena [schottische] (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20253, 1926 Canadian). Early electrical recording.

VG; $3.00
Item # 5002

Lewis James, Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals / Gene Austin, How I Love Her And She Loves Me Is Nobody’s Business (His Master’s Voice-Victor 19953, 1926 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5003

Isham Jones Orchestra, My Castle In Spain / I Love My Baby (Brunswick 3015, 1926 Canadian). B-side is especially hot!

VG; comes with nice original Canadian Brunswick sleeve; $10.00
Item # 5004

Irving Kaufman, Tell Me You Love Me / The Record Boys, I’ll Say It With A Pretty Little Song (Harmony 207-H, 1926 U.S.).

NM; immaculate, with just a couple of spindle tracks; comes with nice original Harmony sleeve; $5.00
Item # 5005

National Music Lovers Dance Orchestra, Cecilia / Nobody But You (National Music Lovers 1126, 1926 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 5006

George Olson & His Music, The Girl Friend / Sid Sydney’s Orchestra, Could I, I Certainly Could (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20029, 1926 Canadian).

G+; $3.00
Item # 5007

The Radiolites [Ben Selvin], How Many Times? / I’m Walking Around In Circles (Columbia 676-D, 1926 U.S.). A-side is a snappy Irving Berlin song.

VG+; $10.00
Item # 5008

Leo Reisman & His Orchestra, Alabama Stomp / Petrushka (Columbia 776-D, 1926 U.S.). A-side is quite hot, for Reisman.

G+; edge chip [does not affect play]; $3.00
Item # 5009

Leo Reisman & His Orchestra, Bye Bye Blackbird / I May Be Dancing With Somebody Else (Columbia 653-D, 1926 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 5010

 

Ben Selvin & His Orchestra, Hoodle Dee Doo Dee Doodoo / Ben Selvin & His Orchestra; Keller Sisters & Lynch, vocals, When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin’ Along (Brunswick 3213, 1926 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6846

Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra, The Riff Song / One Alone (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20373, 1926 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5011

Victor Light Opera Company, Gems From “Robin Hood” — Part 1 / Part 2 (12" single, His Master’s Voice-Victor 35784, 1926 Canadian). Highlights from an 1890 Broadway show. Electrical recording.

G+; $2.00
Item # 9306 [also listed under Shows]

Victor Salon Orchestra, Indian Love Call / The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20202, 1926 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 5012

Harold Williams; acc. by Band of H.M. Grenadier Guards & vocal chorus, Land Of Hope And Glory / The Sheffield Choir; Henry Coward, cond., [Handel] The Messiah — Hallelujah Chorus (12" single, Columbia 50022-D, 1926 U.S.). Electrical recording.

VG; $3.00
Item # 9305


1927

Gene Austin, Are You Happy? / The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20977, 1927 Canadian).

G+; $1.00
Item # 5013

 

Gene Austin, My Blue Heaven / Are You Thinking Of Me To-Night? (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20964, 1927 Canadian).

G+; writing, sticker on label; $2.00
Item # 5014

 

Arthur Fields, All I Want Is You Dear / Francis Herold, In A Little Spanish Town (’Twas On A Night Like This) (Grey Gull 2306, 1927 U.S. orange/brown shellac).

G+; $2.00
Item # 5016

 

Max Fisher & His California Orch., Maybe I’ll Baby You / Johnny Murray, vocal, Lullaby (Columbia 1226-D, 1927 U.S.). Two nice jazzy songs from the 1927 Broadway show Take The Air. Max Fisher and his band were in the pit for the show’s 206 performances.

VG; $5.00
Item # 9553

 

Louise Groody & Charles King, Sometimes I’m Happy / The Revelers, Hallelujah! (Victor 20609, 1927 U.S.).

G+; $3.00
Item # 5017

 

Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orchestra; Harold Lambert, vocal, Among My Souvenirs / Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky Serenaders; Hal White, vocal, What’ll You Do? (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21084, 1927 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 5018

 

Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orchestra, Where The Wild, Wild Flowers Grow / Calling (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20717, 1927 Canadian). A-side is hot!

G+; edge chips [do not affect play]; $2.00
Item # 5019

 

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., My Blue Heaven / Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orch., All By My Lonesome (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20828, 1927 Canadian). Bing Crosby & Al Rinker are among the vocal chorus on the Whiteman side.

G+; $5.00
Item # 5074 [also listed under Paul Whiteman; Bing Crosby]

 

Jim Miller & Charlie Farrell, What Do We Do On A Dew-Dew-Dewy Day / It Was Only A Sun Shower (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20906, 1927 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5020

 

Moran & Mack, Two Black Crows: Parts 1 & 2 (Columbia 935-D, 1927 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 2776 [Also listed under Comedy] 

 

Moran & Mack, Two Black Crows: Parts 5 & 6 (Columbia 1198-D, 1927 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 2777 [Also listed under Comedy] 

 

Phil Ohman & Victor Arden with Their Orchestra, There's Everything Nice About You / Mine (Brunswick 3457, 1927 Canadian).

VG+; rough start both sides; come with nice original Brunswick sleeve; $2.00
Item # 5021

 

Ray Perkins, Are You Happy? / Me And My Shadow (Brunswick 3635, 1927 Canadian). Really nice vocals in a plaintive style.

VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 5022

 

Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra, The Doll Dance / When Day Is Done (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20503, 1927 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9299

 

Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra, Fifty Million Frenchmen Can’t Be Wrong / Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orchestra, Just The Same (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20634, 1927 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5023

 

Victor Salon Orch.; Nathaniel Shilkret, dir., Le Secret / Pirouette (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20416, 1927 Canadian).

VG; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 5024

 

Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra; Johnny Marvin & Ed Smalle, vocals, There’s A Cradle In Carolina / George Olsen & His Music, The Song Is Ended (But The Melody Lingers On) (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21040, 1927 Canadian). A-side is hot!

VG; $3.00
Item # 5025

 

Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra; Johnny Marvin, vocal, Where Have You Been All My Life? / Pull Yourself Together (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20902, 1927 Canadian). Hot!

G+; $2.00
Item # 5026

 

Blue Steele & His Orchestra, Girl Of My Dreams, I Love You / Sugar Babe, I’m Leavin’! (His Master’s Voice-Victor 20971, 1927 Canadian). Hot stuff!

G+; $2.00
Item # 5027

 

The Symphonic Trio, Just A Memory / Metropolitan Dance Orchestra, Are There Any More At Home Like You (Grey Gull 1461, 1927 U.S. light blue, gold & white label).

G; $2.00
Item # 5028

 

The Troubadors, Diane (I’m In Heaven When I See You Smile) / Dream Kisses (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21000, 1927 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 5029

 

The Troubadors, Diane (I’m In Heaven When I See You Smile) / Dream Kisses (Victor 21000, 1927 U.S.).

G+; $2.00
Item # 5030

[studio track] Victor Light Opera Company, [Romberg] Gems from “The Desert Song” / [Kalman] Gems from “Countess Maritza” (12" single, His Master’s Voice-Victor 35809, 1927 Canadian). Highlights from two 1926 Broadway shows.

VG; $3.00
Item # 9536 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

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1928
 

Gene Austin, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love / I Wonder If You Miss Me Tonight (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21798, 1928 Canadian).

G+; $2.00

Item # 5031

 

Gene Austin, Jeannine, I Dream Of Lilac Time / Then Came The Dawn (Victor 21564, 1928 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5032

 

Gene Austin, Ramona / Girl Of My Dreams (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21334, 1928 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 5033

 

Coleman’s Orchestra, Cuban Moon / June (His Master’s Voice 216217, 1928 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 5034

 

Frank Crumit, A Gay Caballero / The Ladies or I Learned About Women From ’Er (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21735, 1928 Canadian).

VG; original dealer’s sticker on label; $5.00
Item # 5035

 

Vernon Dalhart, Wanderin’ / Who Said I Was A Bum? (Columbia 1585-D, 1928 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 2253 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, You Can’t Blame Me For That / Vernon Dalhart & Carson Robison, That Good Old Country Town (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21306, 1928 Canadian).

G+; $5.00
Item # 9448 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Frank Ferera’s Hawaiian Trio; Annette Hanshaw, vocal, Carolina Moon / Maui Chimes (Velvet Tone 1826-V, 1928 U.S.).

VG; $10.00
Item # 5036

 

Ferera’s Hawaiians, Jeannine (I Dream Of Lilac Time) / My Angel (Angela Mia) (Microphone 22332, 1928 Canadian brown shellac). Scarce label.

G+; $3.00
Item # 5037

 

Frank Gilbert, Ramona / If I Can’t Have You (Domino 21661, 1928? Canadian brown shellac).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5038

 

Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orchestra, You’re A Real Sweetheart / Lonely Little Bluebird (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21510, 1928 Canadian). Good up-tempo stuff.

VG; $5.00
Item # 5041

 

Vincent Lopez & His Casa Lopez Orchestra, Blue Bird Why Don’t You Call On Me / Vincent Lopez & His Casa Lopez Orchestra, Lewis James, vocal, My Angel (Brunswick 3927, 1928 Canadian). A-side is hot!

VG+; light scuffs; $5.00
Item # 5042

 

The Melody Men, Fair One and Old Fashioned Garden / The Broadway Blues (His Master’s Voice 216222, 1928 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 5043

Jimmie Rodgers, Treasures Untold / Mother Was A Lady (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21433, 1928 Canadian).

VG; $25.00
Item # 2291 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Shannon Quartet, The Sidewalks Of New York / On The Banks Of The Wabash Far Away (Columbia 1358-D, 1928 U.S.).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 5044

 

Harry Thomas, piano, You’re A Real Sweetheart / Lonesome In The Moonlight (His Master’s Voice-Victor 216524, 1928 Canadian). B-side is pretty hot.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 5045

The Troubadours, When Love Comes Stealing / A Kiss Before The Dawn (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21606, 1928 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9445

 

Fred Waring’s Pennsylvanians, That Melody Of Love / Was It A Dream? (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21297, 1928 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5046

 

Tommy Weir, tenor, Ramona / Beloved (Diva 2625-G, 1928 U.S.). The Diva label was manufactured by Columbia for sale in the W.T. Grant chain stores.

VG; $3.00
Item # 5047

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1929
 

Gus Arnheim & His Orch.; Buster Dees, vocal, Sleepy Valley / This Is Heaven (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21986, 1929 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9298

 

Gene Austin, Carolina Moon / I Wish I Had Died In My Cradle (Before I Grew Up To Love You) (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21833, 1929 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 5048

 

Gene Austin, with Robertson & Smalle, Wedding Bells (Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine) / That’s What I Call Heaven (HMV-Victor 21893, 1929 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 5049

 

Ted Bartell & His Orch.; Tom Frawley, vocal, I Get The Blues When It Rains / Arthur Ross & HisWesterners; Tom Frawley, vocal, Do Something (Velvet Tone 1913-V, 1929 U.S.). B-side is semi-hot.

VG+; $5.00
Item # 5050

 

Coon-Sanders Orchestra, Mississippi Here I Am / Rhythm King (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21891, 1929 Canadian). B-side is hot!

VG+; both sides, start is a bit rough; $3.00
Item # 5051

 

Vernon Dalhart, Eleven Cent Cotton / Vernon Dalhart & Adelyn Hood, Sing Hallelujah (His Master’s Voice-Victor V-40050, 1929 Canadian).

G+; $5.00
Item # 9449 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, Going Down To New Orleans / My Kentucky Mountain Girl (Velvet Tone 1982-V, 1929 U.S.).

VG; $10.00
Item # 2245 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Vernon Dalhart, Home In The Mountains / Out In The Great North West (Velvet Tone 2071-V, 1929 U.S.).

VG; $10.00
Item # 2355 [also listed under Country & Western]

 

Jack Edwards, A Gay Caballero / Mrs. Murphy’s Chowder (Supertone 9356, 1929 U.S.). Scarce label.

VG+; $3.00
Item # 9288

 

Ford & Glenn, When It’s Springtime In The Rockies / The Utah Trail (Columbia 1828-D, 1929 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9301

 

Oscar Grogan, Honey / I’m Just A Vagabond Lover (Columbia 1829-D, 1929 U.S.).

VG; writing on label; $3.00
Item # 5052

 

International Concert Orchestra, dir. by Nathaniel Shilkret, Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers / Bummel Petrus: Intermezzo (His Master’s Voice-Victor V-25, late 1920s? Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 5054

 

Charles King, The Wedding Of The Painted Doll / Broadway Melody (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21964, 1929 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9446

 

Jack Miller, acc. by The New Englanders, Louise / I’m Just A Vagabond Lover (Velvet Tone 1914-V, 1929 U.S.).

VG; bare spot in label; $5.00
Item # 5055

 

Ernie Noble & His Orchestra [Adrian Schubert], My Little Sunshine / Lloyd Hall & His Orchestra, Breakaway (Crown 81070, 1929 Canadian brown shellac). Quite hot.

G+; $2.00
Item # 5056

 

Jimmie Rodgers, I’m Lonely And Blue / The Sailor’s Plea (His Master’s Voice-Victor V-40054, 1929 Canadian).

G+; $10.00
Item # 7231 [also listed under Country & Western]

Salon-Kapelle Herbert Glad, Was Blumen träumen / Ay-Ay-Ay (Tri-Ergon TE 5077, 1929 German). Recorded in Berlin; the scarce Tri-Ergon label had a patented recording and pressing process that was particularly advanced for its day; nice fidelity.

VG; stamp [“Ammre Gmbh”] on label [Ammre was the German copyright agency fropm 1929 to 1938]; $10.00
Item # 6742

 

Barney Trimble & His Oklahomans; Tom Frawley, vocal, The Wedding Of The Painted Doll / The Harmonians; Tom Frawley, vocal, A Garden In The Rain (Velvet Tone 1894-V, 1929 U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 5057

 

The Troubadors; Frank Munn, vocal, Pagan Love Song / Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra, The One Girl (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21931, 1929 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 5058

 
Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees See Personalities

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