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G. Juillen
Come and Trip It: Instrumental Dance Music, 1780's-1920's

Frederic E. Weatherly
Henry Burr Anthology

Eddie Green
Yes Sir, That's My Baby: The Golden Years of Tin Pan Alley, 1920-1929
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Come and Trip It: Instrumental Dance Music, 1780's-1920's G. Juillen Federal Music Society; Gerard Schwarz; Dick Hyman; Alan G. Moore, fortepiano; Dick Hyman and His Dance Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz and His Dance Orchestra; Judith Plant, keyed bugle; Ellen Farren, fortepiano; Rodney Miller, fiddle play
Henry Burr Anthology The Original King of Pop Frederic E. Weatherly Henry Burr, tenor; Irving Gillette [pseudonym of Henry Burr], tenor; Peerless Quartet; Albert Campbell, tenor; Steve Porter, baritone; Frank C. Stanley, bass; Ada Jones, soprano; Will Oakland, countertenor; Arthur Collins, baritone; John Meyer, bass; Sterling Trio; Billy Murray, tenor; Carl Mathieu, tenor; Frank Banta, piano play
Little Club Jazz: Small Groups in the 30s Herman Ruby Louis Prima and His New Orleans Gang; Emillio Caceres Trio; Bob Howard and His Orchestra; Cootie Williams and His Orchestra; Joe Marsala's Chicagoans; Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra; John Kirby and His Orchestra; Barney Bigard and His Jazzopaters; Roly's Tap-Room Gang; Gene Gifford and His Orchestra; Coleman Hawkins, tenor saxophone; Henry Allen, trumpet; Eddie South and His International Orchestra; Harlem Footwarmers; Joe Venuti's Blue Four; Candy and Coco; Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Orchestra; Putney Dandrige and His Orchestra; Red Norvo and His Swing Sextet play
Yes Sir, That's My Baby: The Golden Years of Tin Pan Alley, 1920-1929 Eddie Green Jack Smith; Ted Lewis; Rudy Vallee; Ethel Waters; Blossom Seeley; Al Jolson; Ruth Etting; Paul Whiteman; Sophie Tucker; Cliff Edwards; Gene Austin; Louis Armstrong play
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