Irving Taylor

Irving Taylor (April 8,[1] 1914 – December 3, 1983) was an American composer, lyricist, and screenwriter.

Birth and Death Data: Born April 8, 1914 (Brooklyn), Died December 12, 1983 (Westlake Village)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1936 - 1949

Roles Represented in DAHR: lyricist, songwriter

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Recordings (Results 26-46 of 46 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Victor BS-074143 10-in. 3/16/1942 Three little sisters Art Jarrett Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with vocal quartet lyricist  
Victor BS-075457 10-in. 7/24/1942 Kille kille (Indian love talk) Four King Sisters ; Rhythm Reys Female vocal quartet, with jazz/dance band lyricist  
Victor BS-075571 10-in. 7/22/1942 Kille kille The Four Lyttle Sisters ; Hal McIntyre Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with female vocal quartet lyricist  
Victor BS-075701 10-in. 7/31/1942 Kille kille (Indian love talk) Mitchell Ayres ; Meredith Blake ; Fashions-in-Music Jazz/dance band, with female vocal solo and male vocal ensemble lyricist  
Victor D5VB-0764 10-in. 5/21/1945 Something sentimental Vaughn Monroe ; Norton Sisters ; Vaughn Monroe's Orchestra Male vocal solo, with female vocal group and jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D5VB-1077 10-in. 7/12/1945 Lilly Belle Gene Conklin ; Freddy Martin Orchestra ; Martin Men Male vocal solo, with male vocal group and instrumental ensemble songwriter  
Victor D6VB-2008 10-in. 2/4/1946 One-zy two-zy (I love you-zy) Freddy Martin Orchestra ; Martin Men Male vocal group, with jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D6VB-2087 10-in. 7/2/1946 My honey's kiss Four King Sisters Female vocal quartet, with jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D6VB-2158 10-in. 9/12/1946 (When the music stops) everybody kiss your sweetheart Four King Sisters Female vocal quartet, with jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D7VB-0433 10-in. 1/24/1947 You can take my word for it, baby! Charlie Spivak Orchestra Male vocal solo, with vocal ensemble and jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D7VB-0518 10-in. 4/23/1947 Ain'tcha never comin' back Tony Martin Male vocal solo, with vocal chorus and instrumental ensemble songwriter  
Victor D7VB-1389 10-in. 10/16/1947 44 Sycamore Phil Harris ; Phil Harris Orchestra Male vocal solo, with jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D7VB-2127 10-in. 11/26/1947 So dear to my heart Freddy Martin Orchestra ; Stuart Wade Male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble lyricist  
Victor D7VB-2148 10-in. 12/3/1947 Marcella Freddy Martin Orchestra ; Martin Men Male vocal group, with instrumental ensemble songwriter  
Victor D7VB-2254 10-in. 11/22/1947 Talking to myself about you John Paris ; Russ Case Orchestra Male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble songwriter  
Victor D7VB-2610 10-in. 12/8/1947 Everybody loves somebody Heywood Trio Female vocal solo, with instrumental trio lyricist  
Victor D7VB-2720 10-in. 12/21/1947 Caramba, it's the samba Freddy Martin Orchestra ; Martin Men ; Stuart Wade Male vocal solo with male vocal group and jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D9VB-0136 10-in. 1/25/1949 Doo dee doo on an old kazoo Buddy Moreno Orchestra Male vocal solo, with vocal group and instrumental ensemble songwriter  
Victor D9VB-0508 10-in. 1/18/1949 You broke your promise Skip Martin ; The Pied Pipers Mixed vocal group, with jazz/dance band songwriter  
Victor D9VB-2785 10-in. 12/16/1949 Quicksilver Rosalie Allen ; Elton Britt ; Skytoppers Female-male vocal duet, with string band songwriter  
Brunswick B23689 10-in. 11/09/1938 I'll never fail you Billie Holiday ; Teddy Wilson Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with female vocal solo lyricist  
(Results 26-46 of 46 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Taylor, Irving," accessed July 14, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/110988.

Taylor, Irving. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved July 14, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/110988.

"Taylor, Irving." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 14 July 2024.

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