Edison matrix N-871. I wish I had died in my cradle (before I grew up to love you) / Jimson Brothers

TitleSource
I wish I had died in my cradle (before I grew up to love you) (Primary title)Edison
Authors and ComposersNotes
Max Friedman (composer)
Lew Brown (lyricist)
Composer information source: Wile; ADP.
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Jimson Brothers (Musical group)Listing for Frank Luther and Carson Robison.
Carson Robison (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Carson Robison (instrumentalist : guitar)
Frank Luther (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Murray Kellner (instrumentalist : violin)
Bob Effros (instrumentalist : cornet)Not confirmed.
Roy Smeck (instrumentalist : banjo)
Roy Smeck (instrumentalist : guitar)
  • Description: Male vocal duet, with instrumental ensemble
  • Instrumentation: Violin, cornet, banjo, and guitar
  • Category: Vocal
  • Language: English
  • Master Size: 10-in.
Notes
Recorded simultaneously as Diamond Disc master 19169.
Source(s): Wile (personnel).
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
4/25/1929 New York, New York A Master Test pressing exists at TENHP.
4/25/1929 New York, New York B Master Test pressing exists at TENHP.
4/25/1929 New York, New York C Master Test pressing exists at TENHP.

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Edison matrix N-871. I wish I had died in my cradle (before I grew up to love you) / Jimson Brothers," accessed December 5, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000161145/N-871-I_wish_I_had_died_in_my_cradle_before_I_grew_up_to_love_you.

Edison matrix N-871. I wish I had died in my cradle (before I grew up to love you) / Jimson Brothers. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 5, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000161145/N-871-I_wish_I_had_died_in_my_cradle_before_I_grew_up_to_love_you.

"Edison matrix N-871. I wish I had died in my cradle (before I grew up to love you) / Jimson Brothers." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 5 December 2019.

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