Recordings made Friday, January 31, 1908

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-504810-in.1/31/1908Will he answer goo-gooAda JonesFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone838910-in.Before Feb. 1908Will he answer "goo-goo"?Ada JonesFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone838810-in.Before Feb. 1908The band box girlAda JonesFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone823010-in.Before Feb. 1908Smile, smile, smileAda Jones ; Billy MurrayFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-505010-in.1/31/1908Muggsy's dreamAda Jones ; Len SpencerDescriptive scene, with orchestra 
VictorB-505110-in.1/31/1908Jimmie and Maggie at the Merry WidowAda Jones ; Len SpencerDescriptive scene and vocal, with orchestra 
Zonophone822110-in.Before Feb. 1908You've got to love me a lotAda Jones ; Len SpencerComic scene and female-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Leeds & Catlin913210-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908Let me love theeAlan TurnerMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Leeds & Catlin[L & C cat 45585]10-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908Goodbye, sweetheart, goodbyeAlan TurnerMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone818910-in.Before Feb. 1908Much obliged to youArthur CollinsMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Leeds & Catlin920710-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908Just because he could not sing "Love me and the world is mine”Arthur CollinsMale vocal solo 
Leeds & Catlin920310-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908I'm afraid to come home in the darkArthur CollinsMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Leeds & Catlin[L & C cat 45576]10-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908Lustspiel overtureBand (probably Leeds & Catlin house band)Band 
Leeds & Catlin915410-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908The flag of victoryBand (probably Leeds & Catlin house band)Band 
Leeds & Catlin915110-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908Lohengrin : Bridal chorusBand (probably Leeds & Catlin house band)Band 
Zonophone[Zo cat 965]10-in.Before Feb. 1908Somebody's been around here since I've been goneBilly MurrayMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone[Zo cat 966]10-in.Before Feb. 1908Way down in Colon TownBilly MurrayMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone821010-in.Before Feb. 1908Bye-bye, dearieByron G. HarlanMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia376210-in.ca. 1907-Jan. 1908WomenColumbia QuartetteMale vocal quartet, with orchestra 
Leeds & Catlin923010-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908DreamsElizabeth WheelerFemale vocal solo, with violin, flute, and piano 
Leeds & Catlin922910-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908Good-byeElizabeth WheelerFemale vocal solo, with violin, flute, and piano 
Zonophone832310-in.Before Feb. 1908If i should fall in love with youFrank C. Stanley ; Alice C. StevensonFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Columbia376410-in.ca. 1907-Jan. 1908Piccolo-buffo duetFrank C. Stanley ; Elise StevensonFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Gramophone13763u10-in.Jan. 1908Kriegs-Erinnerungen 1870-1871Grammophon OrchesterOrchestra 
Columbia376110-in.ca. 1907-Jan. 1908MaximsHarvey HindermyerMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone791310-in.Before Feb. 1908I know a lovely gardenHenry BurrMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia376510-in.ca. 1907-Jan. 1908Love's roundelayHenry Burr ; Frank C. StanleyMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Zonophone825010-in.Before Feb. 1908When summer tells autumn goodbyeHenry Burr ; Frank C. StanleyMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Zonophone837510-in.Before Feb. 1908Serenade no. 1, in A majorHenry HessViolin solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone829310-in.Before Feb. 1908WhistleJoseph BelmontWhistling solo, with orchestra 
Columbia376610-in.ca. 1907-Jan. 1908Kiss duetLucy Isabelle Marsh ; Berrick von NordenFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Zonophone801310-in.Before Feb. 1908Nothing but leavesMetropolitan TrioMale vocal trio, unaccompanied 
Zonophone835210-in.Before Feb. 1908Rambler Minstrels, no. 6Minstrels [Zonophone Records group]Minstrels, with orchestra 
Leeds & Catlin923110-in.late 1907 or Jan. 1908The land of golden dreamsNatalie HilmarFemale vocal solo, with instrumental trio 
Zonophone826110-in.Before Feb. 1908As long as the world rolls onPeerless QuartetMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia376310-in.ca. 1907-Jan. 1908WaltzesPrince's OrchestraBand 
Zonophone836110-in.Before Feb. 1908Creole love songRoberta GlanvilleFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Zonophone837810-in.Before Feb. 1908Il trovatore : Anvil chorusZonophone Concert BandBand 
Zonophone838110-in.Before Feb. 1908WilhelminaZonophone Concert BandBand 
Zonophone838010-in.Before Feb. 1908Merry widow marchZonophone Concert BandBand 
Zonophone834110-in.Before Feb. 1908Mills' medley waltzZonophone Concert BandBand 
Zonophone793810-in.Before Feb. 1908Idealia waltzZonophone OrchestraOrchestra 
Zonophone830910-in.Before Feb. 1908Popular chorus medley, no. 1Zonophone OrchestraOrchestra 
Zonophone[Zo cat 952]10-in.Before Feb. 1908Ach te oczy!Zonophone OrchestraOrchestra 
Zonophone831110-in.Before Feb. 1908O'Neill of DerryZonophone OrchestraOrchestra 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Friday, January 31, 1908," accessed October 19, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1908-01-31.

Recordings made on Friday, January 31, 1908. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 19, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1908-01-31.

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