Pearl GEMM CD 9061 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume IV, 1917-1920. [Disc 3]

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
OKeh 625 B approximately Mar. 1919 Who played poker with Pokahontas? / Fanny Watson
OKeh 643 B approximately Apr. 1919 I always think I'm up in heaven (When I'm down in Dixieland) / Watson Sisters
Victor B-23026 5 6/30/1919 A pretty girl is like a melody / John Steel
Victor B-23027 5 6/30/1919 Tulip time / John Steel
Victor B-23078 7 7/28/1919 My baby's arms / John Steel
Victor B-23089 5 8/8/1919 Sahara (We'll soon be dry like you) / Esther Walker
Victor B-23599 6 2/2/1920 Alice blue gown / Edith Day
Victor B-23700 7 2/2/1920 Irene / Edith Day
Columbia 78394 1 4/16/1919 It's nobody's business but my own / Bert Williams
Columbia 78518 4 7/7/1919 Mandy / Van and Schenck
Columbia 78648 2 9/13/1919 Sweet kisses / Van and Schenck
Columbia 78833 2 12/1/1919 The moon shines on the moonshine / Bert Williams
Columbia 78925 1 1/12/1920 When my baby smiles at me / Ted Lewis Jazz Band

Primary Performers:

John Steel (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Esther Walker (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Edith Day (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Van and Schenck (Vocal group)
Ted Lewis Jazz Band (Musical group)
Fanny Watson (vocalist : contralto)
Bert Williams (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Watson Sisters (Vocal group)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Pearl GEMM CD 9061 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume IV, 1917-1920. [Disc 3]," accessed October 21, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/261766/Pearl_GEMM_CD_9061.

Pearl GEMM CD 9061 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume IV, 1917-1920. [Disc 3]. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 21, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/261766/Pearl_GEMM_CD_9061.

"Pearl GEMM CD 9061 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume IV, 1917-1920. [Disc 3]." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 21 October 2019.

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