Recordings made Tuesday, September 29, 1925

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorBVE-3336510-in.9/4/1925Old black JoeVictor Salon OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorBVE-3337810-in.9/10/1925You forgot to rememberVictor Salon OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorBVE-3343310-in.9/29/1925Melancholy LouBenjamin Franklin Hotel Orchestra ; Howard LaninJazz/dance band 
VictorBVE-3343410-in.9/29/1925Don't wake me up, let me dreamBenjamin Franklin Hotel Orchestra ; Howard LaninJazz/dance band 
VictorCVE-3343512-in.9/29/1925Die DankbarkeitAdolf EngelMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorBVE-3343610-in.9/29/1925ShtainSolomon StramerMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorBVE-3343710-in.9/29/1925Bin ich fun a shtain geborenSolomon StramerMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorCVE-3343812-in.9/29/1925Das ChristkinderlAdolf EngelMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorBVE-3352210-in.9/29/1925I wonder where we've met beforeB.F. Goodrich Silvertown Cord Orchestra ; Joseph M. KnechtJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
VictorBVE-3352310-in.9/29/1925Carolina sweetheartB.F. Goodrich Silvertown Cord Orchestra ; Joseph M. KnechtJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
ColumbiaW14089410-in.9/2/1925Silent night, holy nightMelchiorre Mauro-CottoneOrgan solo 
ColumbiaW14095110-in.9/17/1925I'm a back bitin' mamaMaggie JonesFemale vocal solo ("blues singer"), with jazz/dance trio 
ColumbiaW14100510-in.9/29/1925Marble hallsFrancis Craig OrchestraJazz/dance band 
ColumbiaW14100610-in.9/29/1925Mighty lak' a roseFrancis Craig OrchestraJazz/dance band 
ColumbiaW14100710-in.9/29/1925ForgivenessFrancis Craig Orchestra ; James MeltonJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
ColumbiaW14100810-in.9/29/1925The old rugged crossJack PickellMale vocal solo, with violin and piano 
ColumbiaW14100910-in.9/29/1925When they ring the golden bellsJack PickellMale vocal solo, with violin and piano 
ColumbiaW14101010-in.9/29/1925That's why I love him soJack PickellMale vocal solo, with violin and piano 
ColumbiaW14101110-in.9/29/1925MemoriesJack PickellMale vocal solo, with violin and piano 
ColumbiaW14101210-in.9/29/1925Steady roll bluesFrancis Craig OrchestraJazz/dance band 
ColumbiaW14105610-in.9/29/1925Single woman's bluesMaggie JonesFemale vocal solo, with instrumental trio 
ColumbiaW14105710-in.9/29/1925Never tell a woman friendMaggie JonesFemale vocal solo, with instrumental trio 
ColumbiaW14105810-in.9/29/1925Card sceneCyrena Van GordonContralto vocal solo, with orchestra 
ColumbiaW14105910-in.9/29/1925Carry me back to old VirginnyCyrena Van GordonContralto vocal solo, with orchestra 
BrunswickE1645610-in.9/29/1925Brown eyes—why are you blue?Nick LucasMale vocal solo, with guitar 
Edison1059710-in.9/29/1925Only one Vienna marchJohn F. Burckhardt ; Herschel SacherCimbalom solo, with piano 
Edison1059810-in.9/29/1925Through battle to victory marchJohn F. Burckhardt ; Herschel SacherDulcimer solo, with piano 
Edison1059910-in.9/29/1925There ain't no flies on AuntieArthur Hall ; John RyanMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison1060010-in.9/29/1925The lonesomest girl in townJames DohertyMale vocal solo, with orchestra 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Tuesday, September 29, 1925," accessed September 16, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1925-09-29.

Recordings made on Tuesday, September 29, 1925. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved September 16, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1925-09-29.

Recordings made on Tuesday, September 29, 1925." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 16 September 2019.

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