Recordings made Tuesday, September 12, 1922

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-2673710-in.8/28/1922The chimes of libertyGoldman Band ; Edwin Franko GoldmanBand 
VictorB-2673810-in.8/28/1922Sagamore marchGoldman Band ; Edwin Franko GoldmanBand 
VictorB-2676110-in.9/12/1922Egyptian marchGoldman Band ; Edwin Franko GoldmanBand, with vocal refrain 
Victor[Trial 1922-09-12-01]Not documented9/12/1922[Unknown title(s)]Nicola de PascaleMale vocal solo, with piano 
Victor[Trial 1922-09-12-02]Not documented9/12/1922Lovin' Sam, the Sheik of Alabam'Martha PryorFemale vocal solo, with piano 
Columbia8053410-in.9/12/1922True blue Sam (The traveling man)Frank CrumitMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia8053510-in.9/12/1922Why should I cry over youEddie Elkins ; Knickerbocker OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Columbia8053610-in.9/12/1922Gee! But I hate to go home aloneEddie Elkins' OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Columbia8053710-in.9/12/1922Three o'clock in the morningPrince's Dance OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Columbia8053810-in.9/12/1922La golondrinaPrince's Dance OrchestraJazz/dance band 


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