Recordings made Wednesday, September 2, 1925

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorBVE-1386810-in.9/2/1925SerenadeNeapolitan TrioInstrumental trio 
VictorBVE-1517510-in.7/15/1925Love's dream after the ballVenetian Trio (Victor Records ensemble)Instrumental trio 
VictorBVE-3319510-in.9/2/1925If I had a girl like youEddie Neibaur ; Seattle Harmony KingsJazz/dance band 
VictorBVE-3319610-in.9/2/1925Darktown shuffleEddie Neibaur ; Seattle Harmony KingsJazz/dance band 
VictorBVE-3336010-in.9/2/1925I'm tired of everything but youPaul Whiteman OrchestraJazz/dance band, with piano duet 
VictorBVE-3336110-in.9/2/1925Days of hearts and flowersPaul Whiteman OrchestraJazz/dance band, with piano duet 
VictorBVE-3336210-in.9/2/1925Csak még egyszer tudnék hazamenniFerence ZsoltMale vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble 
VictorBVE-3336310-in.9/2/1925Madardalos erdonFerence ZsoltMale vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble 
VictorBVE-3336410-in.9/2/1925Szebb volt régenFerence ZsoltMale vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble 
VictorPBVE-13110-in.9/2/1925Hay foot, straw footPennsylvanians ; Fred WaringJazz/dance band 
VictorBA-65210-in.9/2/1925Sobre el puchoOrquesta Típica de CaroInstrumental ensemble 
ColumbiaW14089110-in.9/2/1925Save your sorrowArthur FieldsMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
ColumbiaW14089210-in.9/2/1925Oh! Boy, what a girlArthur FieldsMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
ColumbiaW14089310-in.9/2/1925Close your eyesFranklyn BaurMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
ColumbiaW14089410-in.9/2/1925Silent night, holy nightMelchiorre Mauro-CottoneOrgan solo 
ColumbiaW14089510-in.9/2/1925Recondita armoniaCharles HackettTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
ColumbiaW14089610-in.9/2/1925You forgot to rememberLewis JamesMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
OKeh7358610-in.9/2/1925Oh! Boy, what a girlTom Morton ; Original Indiana FiveJazz/dance band 
OKeh7358710-in.9/2/1925Indiana stompTom Morton ; Original Indiana FiveJazz/dance band 
BrunswickE16308-E1631010-in.9/2/1925Brown eyes, why are you blue?Carl Fenton’s OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
BrunswickE16311-E1631310-in.9/2/1925You told me to goCarl Fenton’s OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
Edison1055510-in.9/2/1925The John T. Scopes trial (The old religion's better after all)Vernon Dalhart and CompanyMale vocal solo, with fiddle (violin) and guitar 
Edison1055610-in.9/2/1925The death of Floyd CollinsVernon Dalhart and CompanyMale vocal solo, with fiddle (violin) and guitar 
Vocalion1282W-1284W10-in.9/2/1925If I can't have youPalala’s HawaiiansGuitar duet (Hawaiian) 
Vocalion1285W-1288W10-in.9/2/1925Golden dream girlPalala’s HawaiiansGuitar duet (Hawaiian) 
Vocalion1289W-1291W10-in.9/2/1925Valeska The Ambassadors ; Louis KatzmanJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
Vocalion1292W-1295W10-in.9/2/1925She was just a sailor's sweetheartThe Ambassadors ; Louis KatzmanJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
Vocalion1296W-1298W10-in.9/2/1925Ev'rything is hotsy totsy nowBill Foley's Keystone SerenadersJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Wednesday, September 2, 1925," accessed October 14, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1925-09-02.

Recordings made on Wednesday, September 2, 1925. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 14, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1925-09-02.

Recordings made on Wednesday, September 2, 1925." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 14 October 2019.

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