Gennett 10035 was released as the Gennett Military Band

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
After All 1-1919 New York, New York Gennett
4524
Beautiful Ohio
(Mary Earl)
2-1919 New York, New York Gennett
4519
Fox Trot Medley
(Introducing "The Darktown Strutters Ball", "Barnyard Blues", "Mother", "Dixie And You", "Cocoanaut Grove Jazz")
1-1918 New York, New York Gennett
10035-A
Drowsy Head 6-1921 New York, New York Gennett
4749
In My Tippy Canoe 6-1921 New York, New York Gennett
4749
Me-Ow
(Mel. B Kaufman)
2-1919 New York, New York Gennett
4511
New Orleans Jazz
(My Dixieland)

(Richardson)
2-1918 New York, New York Gennett
7644-A

1240
One-Step Medley
(Introducing "Goodbye, Broadway, Hello France", "It's A Long Way To Berlin, But We'll Get There", "I Don't Want To Get Well", "Hail! Hail! The Gangs All Here", "Where Do We Go From Here Boys?", "Over There")
1-1918 New York, New York Gennett
10035-B
Smiles
Introducing "There's A Lump Of Sugar Down In Dixie"

(Lee Roberts)
(Alfred Bryan / Jack Yellen / Albert Gumble)
1-1919 New York, New York Gennett
4509-B
The Spinning Top 11-1917 New York, New York Gennett
7633
Till We Meet Again 2-1919 New York, New York Gennett
4519
Valse Fascination
(Frank H. Grey)
11-1917 New York, New York Gennett
7633
When You Come Back 10-1918 New York, New York Gennett
11012
Artist Instrument
Pietro Capodiferro Cornet, Leader
unknown Orchestra