Lake Arrowhead is a resort area located in the mountains of Southern California. It is part of the San Bernardino National Forest, located 90 miles east of Los Angeles. During the 1920s it was known as "Hollywood's playground". Many films, (especially westerns) were shot around Lake Arrowhead to take advantage of the natural beauty of the area. Next to nothing is known about the musicians who made these records.

The discography below is courtesy of Dave Stewart. For more information on the history of the Hollywood Phonograph Record Company. check out Dave's excellent article and discography on the subject. Dave also sells CD ROMs containing MP3 files of 1920's Jazz, Hawaiian, Blues and Country music. Each CD contains hours of 78 RPM fun culled from his collection of records. Check out his label Beer Records.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Blue Bonnet, You Make Me Feel Blue 3-1926 Los Angeles, California Hollywood 741
Deep Henderson
(Fred Rose)
3-1926 Los Angeles, California Hollywood 741
Dreaming 3-1926 Los Angeles, California Hollywood (matrix 741)
Everything Is Hotsy-Totsy Now
(Jimmy McHugh / Irving Mills)
3-1926 Los Angeles, California Hollywood (matrix 734)
I Can't Realize 3-1926 Los Angeles, California Hollywood (matrix 740)
Thelma 3-1926 Los Angeles, California Hollywood (matrix 735)
Artist Instrument
unknown Cornet, Trombone, Clarinet, Saxophones, Bass, Piano, Banjo, Drums