Ed Rose (née Edward Smackels Jr.; 24 November 1875 Chicago — 29 April 1935 Evanston, Illinois), was an American lyricist who wrote the words to Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! composed in 1917 by Abe Olman.
Birth and Death Data: Born November 24, 1875, Died April 29, 1935
Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1903 - 1940
Roles Represented in DAHR: lyricist, songwriter, composer
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Recordings (Results 26-50 of 99 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Victor||B-20215||10-in.||7/12/1917||Some sweet day||Marion Harris||Female vocal solo, with orchestra||songwriter|
|Victor||B-21061||10-in.||11/6/1917||An old horse that knows his way home||Peerless Quartet||Male vocal quartet, with orchestra||lyricist|
|Victor||B-22175||10-in.||7/23/1918||Pick a little four-leaf clover and send it over to me||Harry Macdonough ; Elizabeth Spencer||Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra||lyricist|
|Victor||B-23594||10-in.||1/21/1920||Buddha||Peerless Quartet||Male vocal quartet, with orchestra||lyricist|
|Victor||BVE-33226||10-in.||8/14/1925||Ukulele baby||Charlie Farrell ; Jim Miller||Male vocal duet, with guitar and mandola||lyricist|
|Victor||BVE-33540||10-in.||10/5/1925||Better call the preacher now||Billy Murray||Male vocal solo, with ukulele and piano||lyricist|
|Victor||BVE-37576||10-in.||1/27/1927||Love me all the time||B.F. Goodrich Silvertown Cord Orchestra ; Joseph M. Knecht||Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo||lyricist|
|Victor||BVE-42941||10-in.||9/11/1928||Luna castillana||Tito Schipa||Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra||composer|
|Victor||BVE-46401||10-in.||7/12/1928||Some sweet day||McKinney's Cotton Pickers||Jazz/dance band||songwriter|
|Victor||BSHQ-73158||10-in.||8/4/1932||Same old moon (Same old sky)||James Harkins ; Sid Peltyn Orchestra||Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo||lyricist|
|Victor||BS-75102||10-in.||1/27/1933||Some sweet day||Louis Armstrong Orchestra||Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo||songwriter|
|Victor||BS-75502||10-in.||3/13/1933||Carolina lullaby||Dixon Trio ; Dick Robertson||Male vocal solo and mixed vocal trio, with instrumental ensemble||songwriter|
|Victor||BS-75503||10-in.||3/13/1933||Carolina lullaby||George Donaldson Trio||Mixed vocal trio and male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble||songwriter|
|Victor||BS-010138||10-in.||5/7/1937||He walked right in (Turned around and walked right out again)||Kurt Bloom ; Charlie Barnet Orchestra ; Kathleen Lane||Jazz/dance band, with female-male vocal duet||lyricist|
|Victor||BS-043392||10-in.||11/18/1939||Oh Johnny, oh Johnny, oh!||Glenn Miller Orchestra ; Marion Hutton||Jazz/dance band, with female vocal solo||lyricist|
|Victor||BS-047533||10-in.||2/5/1940||Oh, Johnny, oh||Riley Puckett||Male vocal solo, with guitar and mandolin||lyricist|
|Columbia||1148||10-in.||ca. 1903-1908||Sing hallelujah||Male vocalist (unidentified; Columbia Records)||Baritone vocal solo, with piano||lyricist|
|Columbia||1148||7-in.||between 1903 and October 1905||Sing hallelujah||Male vocalist (unidentified; Columbia Records)||Baritone vocal solo, with piano||lyricist|
|Columbia||1389||7-in.||ca. 1903||I've got to go now, 'cause I think it's going to rain||Bob Roberts||Male vocal solo, with piano||lyricist|
|Columbia||1389||10-in.||ca. 1903||I've got to go now, 'cause I think it's going to rain||Bob Roberts||Male vocal solo, with piano||lyricist|
|Columbia||1884||10-in.||ca. Jan.-Oct. 1904||Here's my friend||Arthur Collins||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||lyricist|
|Columbia||1901||10-in.||ca. Jan.-Nov. 1904||Heinie||Collins and Harlan||Male vocal duet, with orchestra||lyricist|
|Columbia||3028||7-in.||ca. 1904||Heinie||Collins and Harlan||Male vocal duet, with piano||lyricist|
|Columbia||3206||10-in.||between January and September 1905||Heinie||Ada Jones ; Len Spencer||Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra||lyricist|
|Columbia||3237||10-in.||ca. Jan.-Sept. 1905||Take a car||Collins and Harlan||Male vocal duet, with orchestra||lyricist|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Rose, Ed," accessed December 5, 2023, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/106629.
Rose, Ed. (2023). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 5, 2023, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/106629.
"Rose, Ed." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2023. Web. 5 December 2023.
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