Ed Rose

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 24th, 1875, Died April 29th, 1935

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1903 - 1940

Roles Represented in DAHR: lyricist, songwriter, composer

Recordings (Results 51-75 of 98 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Columbia 3283 10-in. ca. Jan.-Nov. 1905 Nothing from nothing leaves you Bob Roberts Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 3391 10-in. ca. Jan.-May 1906 Don't notice me Bob Roberts Male vocal solo, with orchestra songwriter  
Columbia 3486 10-in. Jan.-Sept. 1906 Down beside the meadow brook (I'll wait for you) Albert Campbell Male vocal solo, with orchestra songwriter  
Columbia 3519 10-in. ca. Jan.-Nov. 1906 He walked right in, turned around and walked right out again Bob Roberts Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 3679 10-in. ca. Jan.-Aug. 1907 Many's the time Collins and Harlan Male vocal duet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 3956 10-in. ca. Jan.-Nov. 1908 Honey Lou Collins and Harlan Male vocal duet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 4003 10-in. ca. Jan.-May 1909 That was me Bob Roberts Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 39787 10-in. 1/20/1915 What'll you do? Henry Burr ; Miriam Clark [i.e., Grace Kerns] Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 39800 10-in. 1/27/1915 What'll you do? Henry Burr ; Frances Fisher Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 45903 10-in. 7/31/1915 Sooner or later Will C. Robbins Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 45964 10-in. 8/24/1915 Sooner or later James F. Harrison Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 45969 10-in. 8/25/1915 If you've got a little bit, hang on to it Will C. Robbins Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 46270 10-in. 12/14/1915 If you've got a little bit, hang on to it (It's hard to get a little bit more) Arthur Collins Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 46716 10-in. 4/17/1916 Baby shoes Henry Burr Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 46965 10-in. 8/16/1916 Not so very far from Zanzibar Sterling Trio Male vocal trio, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 77000 10-in. 4/20/1917 Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! Oh! Elizabeth Brice Female vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 77604 10-in. 12/28/1917 Faugh-a-ballah M. J. O'Connell ; Peerless Quartet Male vocal solo and male vocal quartet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 77656 10-in. 1/31/1918 Faugh-a-ballah Peerless Quartet Male vocal quartet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 78139 10-in. 10/22/1918 Oh! Susie behave Irving Kaufman Male vocal solo, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 78380 10-in. 4/4/1919 Everybody wants a key to my cellar Bert Williams Male vocal solo, with orchestra songwriter  
Columbia 78616 10-in. 7/31/1919 All I want is a girl like you Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra Jazz/dance band songwriter  
Columbia 78875 10-in. 12/20/1919 Buddha Peerless Quartet Male vocal quartet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 78923 10-in. 1/12/1920 I'll buy the ring and change your name to mine Cliff Edwards ; Pierce Keegan Male vocal duet, with orchestra lyricist  
Columbia 81650 10-in. 3/26/1924 Goodnight, moonlight Romancers Jazz/dance band composer  
Columbia W140449 10-in. 3/19/1925 Ukulele baby Eddy Clark Male vocal solo, with ukulele lyricist  
(Results 51-75 of 98 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Rose, Ed," accessed October 26, 2021, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/106629.

Rose, Ed. (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 26, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/106629.

"Rose, Ed." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 26 October 2021.

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