James William Tate (composer)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Victor B-3973 10-in. 11/3/1906 Pussy had another sardine Burt Shepard Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
Victor C-4527 12-in. 5/23/1907 The story of a clothes line Alice Lloyd Female vocal solo, with orchestra  
Victor B-4595 10-in. 6/18/1907 I've told his missus all about him Vesta Victoria Female vocal solo, with orchestra  
Victor C-18582 12-in. 10/26/1916 The broken doll Victor Military Band Band  
Victor B-18583 10-in. 10/27/1916 The broken doll Nora Bayes Female vocal solo, with orchestra  
Columbia 47191 10-in. 11/26/1916 A broken doll Al Jolson Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
Columbia 47192 10-in. 11/26/1916 Ev'ry little while Al Jolson Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
Columbia 48981 12-in. 11/14/1916 A broken doll Prince's Band ; G. Hepburn Wilson Band  
Columbia 49083 12-in. 1/15/1917 Ev'ry little while Prince's Band ; G. Hepburn Wilson Band  
Edison 3661 10-in. 3/24/1915 Row me on the river, Romeo Billy Murray Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
Edison 5132 10-in. 11/6/1916 A broken doll Jaudas' Society Orchestra Jazz/dance band  
Edison 5422 10-in. 3/1/1917 A broken doll Manuel Romain Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
Edison 7770 10-in. 2/1/1921 Histoires de poupĂ©e Hector Pellerin Male vocal solo, with orchestra  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "James William Tate (composer)," accessed December 12, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/43598/Tate_James_William_composer.

James William Tate (composer). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 12, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/43598/Tate_James_William_composer.

"James William Tate (composer)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 12 December 2019.

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