Lou Davis (songwriter)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Victor BVE-48951 10-in. 4/1/1929 A precious little thing called love Jesse Crawford Pipe organ solo  
Columbia 80619 10-in. 10/19/1922 Mammy's carbon copy Nora Bayes Female vocal solo, with orchestra  
Columbia W140662 10-in. 6/12/1925 He's just a horn-tootin' fool Maggie Jones ; St. Louis Rhythm Kings Female vocal solo ("blues singer"), with jazz/dance band  
Columbia W142336 10-in. 6/22/1926 Put your arms where they belong Irving Kaufman Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
Columbia W142340 10-in. 6/24/1926 Put your arms where they belong Henry B. Murtagh Organ solo  
Columbia W142460 10-in. 7/19/1926 Put your arms where they belong Franklyn Baur ; The Cavaliers Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Columbia W142654 10-in. 9/20/1926 I'll fly to Hawaii Night Club Orchestra ; Tom Stacks Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Columbia W143361 10-in. 1/27/1927 Put your arms where they belong Jimmy Flynn ; The Harmonians Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Columbia W143598 10-in. 3/8/1927 Put your arms where they belong Harold L. Rieder Organ solo  
Columbia W146640 10-in. 7/13/1928 It was the dawn of love Astorites ; Tom Frawley Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Columbia W148685 10-in. 6/11/1929 It don't mean a thing without you Ford and Glenn Male vocal duet, with instrumental trio  
Columbia W148728 10-in. 6/21/1929 I'll be there Tom Frawley ; Willie Creager Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Columbia W148962 10-in. 8/31/1929 Revolutionary rhythm Tom Frawley ; Willie Creager Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Columbia W148973 10-in. 9/5/1929 Revolutionary rhythm Fred Rich Orchestra ; The Rollickers Jazz/dance band, with male vocal quartet  
Columbia 98296 12-in. 8/6/1926 Studio stunts Columbia Artists Vocalists, comic duo, saxophone soloist, and jazz/dance band  
OKeh S-71153 10-in. Jan. 1923 Flower of Araby Rega Dance Orchestra Jazz/dance band  
OKeh S-72652 10-in. July 1924 Just a little bit of love Bruce Wallace Male vocal solo, with orchestra  
OKeh 80126 10-in. 9/20/1926 Put your arms where they belong (For they belong to me) Alma Rotter Female vocal solo, with piano  
OKeh W401580 10-in. 2/1/1929 A precious little thing called love Smith Ballew ; Detroiters ; Milt Shaw Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Brunswick LA34-LA37 10-in. May 1925 He’s just a horn-tootin’ fool Cinderella Roof Orchestra ; Herb Wiedoeft Jazz/dance band  
Brunswick E28092 10-in. 8/15/1928 Moonlight madness (Then you were gone) Scrappy Lambert Male vocal solo, with jazz/dance band  
Brunswick E28248 10-in. 9/17/1928 Moonlight madness (Then you were gone) Harold Lambert Male vocal solo, with jazz/dance band  
Brunswick E19735-E19737 10-in. 7/12/1926 Put your arms where they belong (For they belong to me) Regent Club Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo  
Brunswick E23218-E23220 10-in. 5/18/1927 Sixty seconds every minute (I’m in love with you) Chester Gaylord Male vocal solo, with piano  

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Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Lou Davis (songwriter)," accessed January 20, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/74213/Davis_Lou_songwriter.

Lou Davis (songwriter). (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved January 20, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/74213/Davis_Lou_songwriter.

"Lou Davis (songwriter)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 20 January 2020.

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