Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra was the most popular band of the 1920s and represented the apex of jazz to the general public. Over the years, critics and some musicians like Eddie Condon, have not had kind words to say about the band and have tended to represent Whiteman as a bad influence on the music in his attempts to "Make a lady out of Jazz". The title of "The King Of Jazz" which Whiteman was billed as seems somewhat politically incorrect these days, but in the 1920s he dominated the scene and hired the best White hot musicians like Bix Beiderbecke, Frankie Trumbauer, Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti, Jack Teagarden and many more to play in his band. Paul Whiteman greatly enriched American music by commissioning George Gershwin to write Rhapsody In Blue which became his orchestra's signature tune. He also "discovered" Bing Crosby and featured him in Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys, and gave the career of Hoagy Carmichael a boost, by recording several of Hoagy's songs early in his career. Jazz singer Mildred Bailey also rose to fame in the orchestra in the 1930s. So, what was it that has led Whiteman's name to be dragged through the mud in the annals of Jazz history? Paul Whiteman being the most popular Jazz band leader of the Jazz Age is blamed for the racism in America that denied African-American musicians the credit that they deserved in the history of Jazz. If there is such a thing as the "King of Jazz" the title belongs to Louis Armstrong, although that may not have been clear to most people in the 1920s. Whiteman is also criticized for not hiring African-American musicians to play in his band, but this argument ignores the commercial realities of the period. Paul Whiteman was clearly not a racist. He commissioned Duke Ellington to write for his modern music series, recorded with Paul Robeson and Billie Holiday, and hired Don Redman as an arranger in the 1930s and was generally held in high regards as a person by musicians both Black and White. The worst that can be leveled at Whiteman was that he was a businessman. His band was wildly successful financially, and quite often his music sounds commercial and sweet, especially when compared to the top African-American Jazz bands of the era. Despite that, Whiteman made some very good Jazz records in the 1920s such as San, Washboard Blues, Mississippi Mud, Whiteman Stomp, Wang Wang Blues and I'm Coming, Virginia. His interest in making symphonic Jazz led the way for generations of Jazz musicians as diverse as Miles Davis, Gil Evans, The Modern Jazz Quartet and Winton Marsalis, who may not directly cite Whiteman as an influence, but have certainly walked down the path that he blazed at points in their careers.

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Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
A Bench in the Park (1)
(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
3-22-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2164-D
A Bench in the Park (2) *
(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
3-22-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
unissued *
A Bench in the Park
(from movie "King Of Jazz")

(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
A Big Bouquet for You
(Simmons / Kahn)
10-10-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2289-D
A Boy and a Girl Were Dancing
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Mack Gordon / Harry Revel)
11-17-1932 New York, New York Victor
24188-A
A Bundle of Old Love Letters
Talkie Hit from Motion Picture "Lord Byron Of Broadway"

(Freed / Brown)
10-18-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2047-D
A Faded Summer Love 10-6-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22827-B
A Night with Paul Whiteman at the Biltmore (LP session) 12-3-1932 New York, New York Victor
67-2000
A Night with Paul Whiteman at the Biltmore (picture disc) (also Whiteman Medley) 12-2-1932 New York, New York Victor
39000
36199
A Picture of Me Without You
(From the Musical Comedy "Jubilee")
vocal refrain by Ramona and Ken Darby

(Cole Porter)
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25135-A
A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody
(Swinging Strings)

(Irving Berlin)
3-25-1939 New York, New York Decca
2699
A Rose and a Kiss 12-3-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22882
A Shady Tree (1)
(Walter Donaldson)
9-22-1927 New York, New York Victor
20972-B
A Shady Tree (2)
(Walter Donaldson)
9-22-1927 New York, New York Victor
*
A Study in Blue
(Domenico Savino)
3-2-1928 New York, New York Victor
36067
A Waltz Was Born in Vienna 3-10-1936 New York, New York Victor
25274
A White House of Our Own
(Freed / Burke)
2-2-1933 New York, New York Victor
24236-B
A Zoot Suit
(For My Sunday Girl)

(Gilbert / O'Brien)
2-7-1942 New York, New York Victor
27801-A
Adoring You
(Mc Carthy / Tierney)
7-15-1924 New York, New York Victor
19429
After the Rain
(Sizemore / Shrigley)
2-14-1922 New York, New York Victor
18872
After You've Gone
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
10-18-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2098-D
After You've Gone
(Sax Socktette)

(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
4-7-1939 New York, New York Decca
2467 A
Afterglow
Vocal refrain by Jimmie Brierly

(Stillman / Ram / Levant)
6-26-1936 New York, New York Victor
25356
Ah! But Is It Love?
(Harburg / Gorney)
7-20-1933 New York, New York Victor
24365-B
Ah-Ha!
(Sidney Clare / James V. Monaco)
5-6-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19666
Ain't Misbehavin'
Vocal refrain by Jack Teagarden

(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25086-B
Bluebird
B-10957-A
Ain't You Ashamed?
(Mitchell / Brown / Simons)
2-25-1924 New York, New York Victor
19284
Alabamy Bound
(B.G. DeSylva / Bud Green / Ray Henderson)
12-29-1924 New York, New York Victor
19557-A
Album of Manhattan:
Manhattan Masquerade
Manhattan Moonlight
Manhattan Serenade
Metropolitan Nocturne
Side Street in Gotham

(Alter)
1-3-1940,
1-4-1940
New York, New York Decca
29058
25059
29060
Alexander's Ragtime Band
(Irving Berlin)
5-15-1939 New York, New York Decca
2695
All Alone
(Irving Berlin)
9-12-1924 New York, New York Victor
19487
All Alone
(Irving Berlin)
6-13-1939 New York, New York Decca
2691
All Ashore
(Chorus, Four Modernaires)

(Billy Hill)
9-20-1938 New York, New York Decca
2075-B
All for You - Happiness
(Johnson / Meyer)
3-16-1921 New York, New York Victor
35708-A
All in Fun
(Jerome Kern / Roger Hammerstein II)
11-24-1939 New York, New York Decca
2912
All of Me
Vocal refrain by Mildred Bailey

(Seymour Simmons / Gerald Marks)
12-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22879-B
All Points West
(Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
3-28-1937 New York, New York Victor
36198
All the Things You Are
(Jerome Kern / Roger Hammerstein II)
11-24-1939 New York, New York Decca
2912
All Through the Night
From the musical comedy "Anything Goes")
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Cole Porter)
10-26-1934 New York, New York Victor
24770-A
Aloha Oe
(Queen Liliuokalani)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Along the Old Lake Trail
(from the Musical Comedy "Kid Boots")

(Harry Tierney)
12-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19244
American Tune
(from "George White's Scandals")

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
6-19-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1464-D
Among My Souvenirs
(Edgar Leslie / Horatio Nicholls)
11-22-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
35877-A
An American In Paris
(George Gershwin)
10-21-1938 New York, New York Decca
29054, 29055
An American In Paris
(George Gershwin)
10-25-1951 Los Angeles, California Capitol
EBF 301 (45 rpm)
An Orange Grove in California
(Irving Berlin)
10-9-1923 New York, New York Victor
19169-A
And Then Some
(Seymour / Lawnhurst)
7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25088
Annina 4-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24715
Announcer's Blues
(Frankie Trumbauer / Stokes)
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25404
Anything Goes
(From the musical comedy "Anything Goes")

(Cole Porter)
10-26-1934 New York, New York Victor
24770-B
Anything Goes - Selection
(Cole Porter)
10-26-1934 New York, New York Victor
36141
Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere
(Max Kortlander)
8-23-1920 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18694-A
April Showers
(Louis Silvers)
10-27-1921 New York, New York Victor
18825-B
Arcady
(Jolson)
12-6-1923 New York, New York Victor
19217-B
Are You Makin' Any Money?
(From the Film "Moonlight and Pretzels")
Vocal refrain by Ramona

(H. Hupfeld)
7-20-1933 New York, New York Victor
24365-A
As Thousands Cheer - A Tabloid Version
(picture disc)

(Irving Berlin)
10-27-1933 New York, New York Victor
39003
At the Story Book Ball
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)

(Ernie Burnett / Joe Jones)
2-21-1940 New York, New York Decca
3137 B
At Twilight
(Maceo Pinkard / Tracey)
9-6-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1993-D
Au Revoir, L'amour
From "Folies Berger de Paris"

(Jack Meskill / Jack Stern)
12-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24854-B
Aunt Hagar's Blues
Featuring Jack Teagarden and the Modernaires
(Swing Wing)

(W.C. Handy)
9-9-1938 New York, New York Decca
2145 A
Autumn Leaves
(with Joe Venuti)
8-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-351 (LP)
Avalon
(Al Jolson / Vincent Rose)
2-15-1928 New York, New York Victor
25238-B
Avalon
(Al Jolson / Vincent Rose)
7-1-1954 New York, New York Coral
56119 (LP)
Avalon - Just Like a Gypsy
(Vincent Rose / Seymour B. Simons / Nora Bayes)
8-23-1920 Camden, New Jersey Victor
35701-A
Awake in a Dream
(Robin / Hollander)
2-6-1936 New York, New York Victor
25265
Back In Your Own Back Yard (3)
(Jolson / Rose / Dreyer)
1-28-1928 Camden, New Jersey Victor
21240-B
Back In Your Own Back Yard (4)
(Jolson / Rose / Dreyer)
1-28-1928 Camden, New Jersey Victor
27689
Bagdad
(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
9-9-1924 New York, New York Victor
19447
Ballin' the Jack
(Chris Smith / Jack Burris)
2-15-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Bambalina
(from the Musical Play "The Wild Flower")

(Youmans / Stothart / Harba)
2-21-1923 New York, New York Victor
19035-A
Basin Street Blues
(Spencer Williams)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Beach Boy
(From RKO film "Down to the Last Yacht")
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Ann Ronell)
6-29-1934 New York, New York Victor
24678
Beautiful Ohio
(Earl)
9-21-1927 New York, New York Victor
20973-B
Because My Baby Don't Mean "Maybe" Now
(Walter Donaldson)
6-18-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1441-D
Beer Barrel Polka
(Brown / Tim / Vejvoda)
2-16-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
(Be It Ever So Thrilling)
There's No Place Like Your Arms

From the University of Pennsylvania Production "All Around The Town"

(Clay Boland / Bickley Reicher)
9-20-1938 New York, New York Decca
2076 B
Bell-Hoppin' Blues
(Walter C. Ness / J. "Kenn" Sinnon)
3-29-1926 New York, New York Victor
20092-A
Best Ever Medley:
Dance of the Hours
Love In Idleness

(Amilcare Ponchiello)
(MacBeth - arranged by Paul Whiteman)
8-19-1920 Camden, New Jersey Victor
35701-B
Black Bottom
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
2-14-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Blowing Bubbles All Day Long
(from the N.Y. Hippodrome spectacle "Better Times")

(Raymond Hubbell)
9-28-1922 New York, New York Victor
18960
Blue Hawaii
(Baer / Caesar / Schuster)
3-15-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1771-D
Blue Moonlight
(Dana Suesse)
12-14-1934 New York, New York Victor
36159-B
Blue Night
(Rollins / Mahoney)
5-24-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1553-D
Blue Skies
(Sax Socktette)

(Irving Berlin)
4-7-1939 New York, New York Decca
2698 A
Blueberry Hill
(Al Lewis / Vincent Rose / Larry Stock)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall
MH 3333 (LP)
Blue Hawaii
(Leo Robbin / Ralph Rainger)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Body and Soul
(Edward Heyman / John Green / Rob Sour / Frank Eyton)
10-10-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2297-D
Bonnie 9-4-1923 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Born to Be Kissed
(From M-G-M film "Born To Be Kissed")
Vocal refrain by Romona

(Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz)
6-29-1934 New York, New York Victor
24670-A
Bright Eyes
(introducing "You Oughta See My Baby")

(Motzan / Jerome / Fred E. Ahlert )
2-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18735-A
Broadway
(from "Manhattan Mary")

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
8-16-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20874-A
Broken-Hearted
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
6-22-1927 New York, New York Victor
20757-B
Broom Dance
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)
11-10-1939 New York, New York Decca
2844 B
Bunch of Happiness 12-22-1926 Chicago, Illinois Victor
(rejected)
Burning Sands
(Dominic Onivas)
2-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19033-A
Button Up Your Overcoat
(from "Follow Thru")

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
2-7-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1736-D
By the Sapphire Sea
(Ted Snyder)
2-22-1922 New York, New York Victor
18880-B
By the Shalimar
(Koehler / Magine / Delbridge)
2-23-1923 New York, New York Victor
19043
By the Sycamore Tree
Vocal Refrain by Jack Fulton

(Gillespie / Wendling)
12-3-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22879-A
By the Waters of Minnetonka (acoustical)
(Laurance / Grofé)
6-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
19391-A
By the Waters of Minnetonka (electrical)
(Lieurance / Grofé)
2-9-1928 New York, New York Victor
21796
Bygones
(Max Kortlander / Harry Akst)
2-14-1922 New York, New York Victor
18880-A
California, Here I Come
(from "Bombo")

(Jolson / De Sylva / Meyer)
2-1-1924 New York, New York Victor
19267-B
Call of the South
(Irving Berlin)
12-29-1924 New York, New York Victor
19557-B
Can't You See? (How I Love You)
(Turk / Ahlert)
10-6-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22828-B
Canadian Capers
(Chandler / White / Cohen)
10-5-1921 New York, New York Victor
18824
Caprice Futuristic
(Matty Malneck / Frank Signorelli)
2-18-1928 New York, New York Victor
36044
Caprice Viennois
(Fritz Kreisler)
7-1-1925 New York, New York Victor
19862
Caresses
(introducing "I'm a Lonesome Little Raindrop")

(Monaco / Hanley)
11-26-1920 New York, New York Victor
35704-B
Carolina in the Morning
(Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn)
9-21-1922 New York, New York Victor
18963-B
Carry Me Back to Green Pastures 4-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24615
Castles in the Air 4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Changes (2)
Featuring Bix Beiderbecke, Bing Crosby and the Rhythm Boys

(Walter Donaldson)
(Arranged by Bill Chalis)
11-23-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
25370-A
Changes (3)
(Walter Donaldson)
11-23-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21103-B
Chansonette
(Friml / Paskman / Spaeth)
6-1-1923 Hayes, Middlesex HMV
B-1658
Chansonette
(Friml / Paskman / Spaeth)
9-12-1923 New York, New York Victor
19145-B
Charleston (5)
(Cecil Mack / James P. Johnson)
5-7-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor *
Charleston (8)
(Cecil Mack / James P. Johnson)
5-7-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19671-B
Charleston
(Cecil Mack / James P. Johnson)
2-14-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Charlestonette
(Fred Rose)
9-16-1925 New York, New York Victor
19785
Cheerie Beerie Bee
(Wayne)
8-15-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20881-B
Cherie
(Irving Bibo)
4-21-1921 New York, New York Victor
18758
Chicago
(That Toddling Town)

(Fred Fisher)
8-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
18946-A
Chicago
(Fred Fisher)
8-10-1954 New York, New York Coral
56119 (LP)
China Boy
(Winfree / Bouteljie)
5-3-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1945-D
China Seas
(Brown)
7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25088
Chinese Lullaby
(Bowers)
1-10-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2656-D
Chloe (A Song of the Swamp)
(Gus Kahn / Neil Moret)
2-27-1928 New York, New York Victor
35921-B
Cho-Cho-San (acoustical)
(On melodies by G. Puccini arranged by Hugo Frey)
5-18-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18777-A
Cho-Cho-San (electrical)
(On melodies by G. Puccini arranged by Hugo Frey)
8-25-1926 New York, New York Victor
20200-A
Choo-Choo
(Frankie Trumbauer / Matty Malneck)
10-10-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2491-D
Christmas Melodies : Noel; Adeste Fideles 9-19-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50098-D
Christmas Night in Harlem (1)
(Scott / Parrish)
4-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24615
Christmas Night in Harlem (2) *
(Scott / Parrish)
4-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
*
Christmas Night in Harlem
(Scott / Parrish)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Cindy, Oh Cindy
(Barron / Long)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
Coal Black Mammy
(L. Cliff / Ivy St. Helier)
8-1-1922 New York, New York Victor
18939-A
Collette
(Able Baer / Gus Kahn)
6-15-1927 New York, New York Victor
20757-A
Come Back Chiquita
(Wayne / Gilbert)
6-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1448-D
Concerto in F, For Piano and Orchestra
Allegro (1stMovement)
Commencement
Continuation
Completion

(George Gershwin)
9-15-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50139-D,
50140-D
Concerto in F, For Piano and Orchestra
Andante Con Moto (2nd Movement)
FirstHalf
Completion

(George Gershwin)
9-16-1928
9-17-1928
New York, New York Columbia
50140-D,
50141-D
Concerto in F, For Piano and Orchestra
Finale - Allegro Con Brio (3rd Movement)
(3)

(George Gershwin)
9-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
7172-M
Concerto in F, For Piano and Orchestra
Finale - Allegro Con Brio (3rd Movement)
(7)

(George Gershwin)
10-5-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50141-D
Concerto in F - 1st Movement
(George Gershwin)
4-18-1939 New York, New York Decca
29056
Concerto in F - 2nd, 3rd Movements
(George Gershwin)
4-18-1939 New York, New York Decca
29057
C.O.N.S.T.A.N.T.I.N.O.P.L.E. (2)
(Carlton)
5-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1402-D
C.O.N.S.T.A.N.T.I.N.O.P.L.E. (3)
(Carlton)
5-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1402-D
Coo Coo
(Al Jolson / Buddy De Sylva)
4-26-1922 New York, New York Victor
18898-A
Coquette (1)
(Gus Kahn / Carmen Lombardo /Jimmy Green)
3-2-1928 New York, New York Victor
21301
Coquette (3)
(Gus Kahn / Carmen Lombardo /Jimmy Green)
3-2-1928 New York, New York Victor
25675
Coquette
Theme Song from Motion Picture "Coquette"

(Irving Berlin)
2-28-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1755-D
Countess Maritza
(Smith / Kalman)
8-12-1926 New York, New York Victor
20138-B
Cradle of Love
(Wayne / Gilbert)
1-10-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1723-D
Crinoline Days
(Irving Berlin)
11-2-1922 New York, New York Victor
18983-B
Crinoline Days
(Paul Whiteman's Woodwinds)

(Irving Berlin)
6-22-1939 New York, New York Decca
2694 A
Crying for You
(Miller / Cohn)
2-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19034
Cuban Love Song
(From The Motion Picture "The Cuban Love Song")
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton and The Romancers

(Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields / Stothart )
10-6-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22834-A
Cuban Overture
(George Gershwin)
10-11-1954 New York, New York Coral
57021 (LP)
Cuban Overture
Rosa Linda at the Piano

(George Gershwin)
10-21-1938 New York, New York Decca
29053, 29054
Cuban Overture
(with Paul Whiteman intro)

(George Gershwin)
1944? ????? V-Disc 817
Cut Yourself a Piece of Cake
(Billy James)
9-20-1923 New York, New York Victor
19155-A
Cutie
(introducing "I've Found a Bud Among the Roses")

(from "The Blue Kitten)

(Rudolf Friml)
1-25-1922 New York, New York Victor
18865-A
Dance of the Little Dutch Dolls
(Walker / Green)
10-6-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22870
Dancing Honeymoon
(Grant)
10-9-1923 New York, New York Victor
19169-B
Dancing Shadows
(Golden / arranged by Ferdie Grofé)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
21431
Dancing Tambourine
(Phil Ponce / W. C. Polla)
9-22-1927 New York, New York Victor
20972-A
Dardanella
(Trumpet chorus featuring Bix Beiderbecke

(Fred Fisher)
2-9-1928 New York, New York Victor
25238-A
Dardanella
(Fred Fisher)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Dark Eyes (with Joe Venuti) 1958 New York, New York Grand Award
33-351 (LP)
Darktown Strutter's Ball
(Shelton / Brooks)
7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25192
Darling 10-22-1920 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Darn That Dream
(Van Heusen / De Lange)
12-21-1939 New York, New York Decca
2937
Daybreak
Vocal refrain by Red McKenzie

(Hoagy Carmichael)
4-14-1932 New York, New York Victor
24017-A
Days of Hearts and Flowers
(Jack F. Mahoney / Theodore Tobani / Nat Shilkret)
9-15-1925 New York, New York Victor
19790
Dear Old Southland
(J. Turner Layton)
12-23-1921 New York, New York Victor
18856-A
Dearest
(You're The Nearest To My Heart)

(Davis / Akst)
2-21-1923 New York, New York Victor
19030-B
Deep Forest
(A Hymn To Darkness)

(Andy Razaf / Foresythe / Hines)
12-14-1934 New York, New York Victor
24852-B
Deep Purple
(De Rose)
9-11-1934 New York, New York Victor
36131
Dengozo
(Nazareth)
2-16-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Did I Get Stinkin' (At the Club Savoy) 2-7-1942 Hollywood, California Victor
(rejected)
Dixie Dawn (1) *
(Jo Trent / Peter De Rose)
4-23-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Dixie Dawn (2) *
(Jo Trent / Peter De Rose)
4-23-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Dixie Dawn (3)
(Jo Trent / Peter De Rose)
4-23-1928 New York, New York Victor
21438-B
Dixie's Favorite Son
(Lew Brown / Albert Von Tilzer)
6-18-1924 New York, New York Victor
19389
Do I Hear You Saying (I Love You)
(From "Present Arms")

(Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers)
4-24-1928 New York, New York Victor
21398
Do It Again!
(from "The French Doll")

(George Gershwin)
3-28-1922 New York, New York Victor
18882-B
Do You Ever Think of Me?
(introducing "Somebody's Waiting")

(Burnett / Schonberg / Kerr)
2-1-1921 New York, New York Victor
18734-B
Dodging a Divorcee
(Reginald Forsythe)
7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25086-A
Dolly Dimples
(Alter)
1-5-1928 New York, New York Victor
21301
Don't Mind the Rain
(Ned Miller / Chester Cohn)
2-1-1924 New York, New York Victor
19273
Doo Wacka Doo
(Gaskill / Donaldson /Horther)
9-5-1924 New York, New York Victor
19462-B
Down Around the 'Sip 'Sip 'Sippy Shore
(Walter Donaldson)
3-16-1921 New York, New York Victor
18744-B
Down In Old Havana Town
(Caesar / Friend / arranged by Ferdie Grofé)
3-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
27687
Down the Old Ox Road
From the Film "College Humor"
Vocal refrain by Peggy Healy and Al Dary

(Coslow / Johnson)
7-20-1933 New York, New York Victor
24368-A
Drifting and Dreaming
(H. Gillespie / L. Curtis)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Eadie was a Lady
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Richard Whiting)
12-8-1932 New York, New York Victor
24202
Easter Parade
(Irving Berlin)
5-16-1939 New York, New York Decca
2692
Eliza
(Gus Kahn / Ted Fiorito)
9-18-1924 New York, New York Victor
19462-A
Evening Star (Help Me Find My Man)
(Roy Turk / Fred Ahlert)
5-21-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1401-D
Everybody Step
(from Irving Berlin's Music Box Revue)

(Irving Berlin)
10-21-1921 New York, New York Victor
18826-B
Everybody's Doing It Now
(Irving Berlin)
2-15-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Everything is K.O. in K.Y.
(Egan / Whiting)
2-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19074
Everything's Made for Love (You Know -I Know)
(Johnson / Tobias / Sherman)
3-7-1927 New York, New York Victor
20514
Face The Music Medley 3-1-1932 New York, New York Victor
36050
Fallen Leaf (An Indian Love Song)
(Virginia K. Logan / Fredric Knight Logan)
2-10-1927 New York, New York Victor
20683
Falling
(Collins / Cameron / Fields)
2-2-1923 New York, New York Victor
19033-B
Fare-Thee-Well to Harlem (1)
Vocal refrain by Johnny Mercer & Jack Teagarden

(Mercer / Hanighan)
2-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24571-A
Fare-Thee-Well to Harlem (2) *
(Mercer / Hanighan)
2-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
*
Farewell Blues
(Paul Mares / Leon Roppolo / Elmer Schoebel)
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25192
Farewell to Arms
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Allie Wrubel / Abner Silver)
2-2-1933 New York, New York Victor
24236-A
Fascinating Rhythm
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
12-29-1924 New York, New York Victor
19551
Fate (It Was Fate When I First Meet You)
(Byron Gay)
1-18-1923 New York, New York Victor
19016
Felix the Cat
(With Vocal Chorus by Skin Young)

(Bryan / Pete Wending / Max Kortlander)
5-25-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1478-D
Five-Step (2) *
(From Manhattan Mary")

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
8-16-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
*
Five-Step (3)
(From Manhattan Mary")

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
8-16-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20883
Foot Loose
(Cochran / Rupp)
7-7-1925 New York, New York Victor
19720
For You
(Keohler / Heymann)
3-26-1937 New York, New York Victor
25552
Forget-Me-Not (1 or 3) *
(Rykers / Marijulis)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Forget-Me-Not (2)
(Rykers / Marijulis)
(Arranged by Bill Challis)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
27686-A
From Monday On (3)
(Harry Barris / Bing Crosby)
2-13-1928 New York, New York Victor
27688
From Monday On (4)
(Harry Barris / Bing Crosby)
2-28-1928 New York, New York Victor
25368
From Monday On (6)
(Harry Barris / Bing Crosby)
2-28-1928 New York, New York Victor
21274-B
G Blues (81061-1) *
(Frankie Trumbauer)
1-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
*
G Blues (81061-2)
Featuring Frankie Trumbauer on the Saxophone

(Frankie Trumbauer)
4-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24668
Garden of Weed 7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25113
George Gershwin Memorial: The Man I Love/Swanee/Embraceable You/Strike Up the Band/Someone to Watch Over Me (w/intro)
(George Gershwin)
1947 New York, New York V-Disc 807
George White's Scandals Medley (LP session)
(Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
11-30-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
L-16001
Georgia
(Walter Donaldson)
4-26-1922 New York, New York Victor
18899-B
Georgia Camp Meeting Cakewalk 1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Georgianna
(Lewis / Young / Akst)
3-29-1926 New York, New York Victor
20017
Georgie Porgee
(Mayerl / Paul)
6-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1491-D
Gershwin Piano Concerto (1st & 3rd Movements)(from movie "Rhapsody in Blue")
(George Gershwin)
1943? ????? V-Disc 517
Get Out and Get Under the Moon
(Larry Shay / Charles Tobias / William Jerome)
5-22-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1402-D
Gettin' Sentimental
(Gus Kahn / Matt Malneck)
10-4-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22876
Gigolette
(Willner / Lehar)
6-2-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19694
Gloomy Sunday
(Javor / Lewis / Seruess)
3-13-1936 New York, New York Victor
25274
Golden Cowboy 2-7-1942 Hollywood, California Victor
(rejected)
Got No Time
(Kahn / Whiting)
7-7-1925 New York, New York Victor
19721
Gotta Getta Girl
(Kahn / Jones)
12-16-1924 New York, New York Victor
19569
Grand Canyon Suite - Sunrise
(Fredie Grofé)
4-26-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
36052
Grand Canyon Suite - Painted Desert
(Fredie Grofé)
4-27-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
36053
Grand Canyon Suite - On the Trail
(Fredie Grofé)
4-27-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
36053
36054
Grand Canyon Suite - Sunset
(Fredie Grofé)
4-28-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
36054
Grand Canyon Suite - Cloudburst
(Fredie Grofé)
4-28-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
36055
Grand Fantasia
(From "Wagneriana")

(Richard Wagner)
2-14-1928 New York, New York Victor
36065
Great Day
(from "Great Day")

(Youmans / Rose / Elisen)
10-9-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2023-D
Green Door
(Davis / Moore)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
Grieving
(Aztell)
4-24-1928 New York, New York Victor
21678
Grieving For You - Feather Your Nest
(Gibson / Riband / Gold /Kendis / Brockman)
10-28-1920 New York, New York Victor
35703-A
Grizzly Bear
(Botsford / Berlin)
2-14-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Gypsy
(Gilbert / Matty Malneck / Frank Signorelli)
9-18-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50095-D
Gypsy Blues
(from the Musical Novelty "Shuffle Along")

(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
10-5-1921 New York, New York Victor
18839-A
Gypsy Love Song 1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Happy Feet
(Jack Yellen/ Milton Ager)
2-10-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2164-D
Happy Feet
(from movie "King Of Jazz")

(Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
Hard-Hearted Hannah (The Vamp Of Savannah)
(Bigelow / Jack Yellen/ Bates)
9-2-1924 New York, New York Victor
19447
Have You Forgotten?
(Introducing "Ti-O-San")

(Burnett / Cooper / Stevenson)
9-22-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18818-B
Hawaiian War Chant
(Noble / Leleiohako / Ralph Freed)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Heart and Soul
From Paramount Picture "A Song Is Born"

(Hoagy Carmichael / Frank Loesser)
9-20-1938 New York, New York Decca
2083 A
Heat Wave
(Bouncing Brass)

(Irving Berlin)
4-6-1939 New York, New York Decca
2697 A
Heaven in My Arms (Music In My Heart)
(Kern / Hammerstein II)
11-24-1939 New York, New York Decca
2913
Here Come the British
(Mercer / Hanighen)
8-18-1934 New York, New York Victor
24704
Here's Hoping
(Adamson / Coots)
8-11-1932 New York, New York Victor
24089
Hey, Jealous Lover
(Cohn / Twomey / Walker)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
High Water
(J. Keirn Brennan / Marsh McCurdy)
2-28-1928 New York, New York Victor
35992
Hindustan
(with Joe Venuti)
1958 New York, New York Grand Award
33-351 (LP)
Home Again Blues
(Bouncing Brass)

(Irving Berlin)
4-6-1939 New York, New York Decca
2697 B
Home in Pasadena
(Warren)
2-19-1924 New York, New York Victor
19278
Homesick
(Irving Berlin)
9-28-1922 New York, New York Victor
18963-A
Honey, I'm in Love With You
(W. Friedlander / Con Conrad)
5-6-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19671-A
Honolulu Eyes
(Introducing "I'm in Heaven When I'm in My Mother's Arms)

Whistling by Margaret McKee

(Violinsky / Milton Ager)
11-12-1920 New York, New York Victor
18721-B
Hooray for Spinach
(Swing Wing)

(Warren / Mercer)
4-8-1939 New York, New York Decca
2418
Hot Cha Medley 3-2-1932 New York, New York Victor
36050
Hot Cha and Face The Music Medley 2-2-1932 New York, New York Victor
L-16008
Hot Lips
(He's Got Hot Lips When He Plays Jazz)

(Henry Busse / Jack Lange / Lou Davis)
6-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
18920-A
How About Me?
(Irving Berlin)
1-11-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1723-D
How Deep is the Ocean?
(How High Is The Sky?)

(Irving Berlin)
9-26-1932 New York, New York Victor
24141
How Deep is the Ocean?
(Irving Berlin)
5-16-1939 New York, New York Decca
2693
How High the Moon
(with Joe Venuti)
8-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Humming
(introducing "Dear Me")

(Louis Breau / Ray Henderson / John Golden)
2-25-1921 New York, New York Victor
18737-B
Hymn to the Sun
(Rimsky Korsakov)
7-1-1925 New York, New York Victor
19862
I Always Knew (I'd Find You)
(Mabel Wayne / Dolly Morris)
12-21-1926 Chicago, Illinois Victor
20501-A
I Can't Get the One I Want
(Rose / Ruby / Handman)
6-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
19381-B
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
(Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh)
9-21-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50103-D
I Don't Suppose 12-3-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22882
I Dream Too Much
(From RKO film "I Dream Too Much")
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Dorothy Fields / Jerome Kern)
12-2-1935 New York, New York Victor
25197
I Feel a Song Comin' On
(Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh / Oppenheim)
7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25091
I Found a Four-Leaf Clover
(from George White's "Scandals")

(George Gershwin)
9-1-1922 New York, New York Victor
18950-A
I Gave You Up Just Before You Threw Me Down
(Ahlert / Ruby / Kalmar)
12-15-1922 New York, New York Victor
19003
I Get a Kick Out of You
(Cole Porter)
10-26-1934 New York, New York Victor
24769
I Go for That
Featuring Four Modernaires
(Swing Wing)

(Malneck / Loesser)
12-8-1938 New York, New York Decca
2283 B
I Got Love
(From RKO film "I Dream Too Much")

(Dorothy Fields / Jerome Kern)
12-2-1935 New York, New York Victor
25198
I Got Rhythm (variations)
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
10-11-1954 New York, New York Coral
57021 (LP)
I Got Rhythm
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan
(Dietz / Schwatz)
8-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24097-A
I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
(Sax Socktette)

( Erwin / Rotter / Lewis / Young)
4-7-1939 New York, New York Decca
2467 B
I Like to Do Things for You
( Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)
3-23-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2170-D
I Like to Do Things for You
(from the movie "King Of Jazz")
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
I Love You
(from the Musical Farce "Little Jessie James")

(Harry Archer)
9-20-1923 New York, New York Victor
19151-A
I Love You
(Harry Archer)
8-10-1954 New York, New York Coral
61254
I Miss My Swiss (My Swiss Miss Misses Me)
(Gilbert / Abel Baer)
8-12-1925 New York, New York Victor
19753
I Never Knew
(I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You)

(Pitts / Egan / Marsh)
(Revised by Paul Whiteman
12-29-1920 New York, New York Victor
18734-A
I Never Knew How Wonderful You Were
(Joe Burke)
12-28-1925 New York, New York Victor
19946
I Saw Stars
Vocal refrain by Peggy Healy

(Sigler / Goodhart / Hoffman)
8-18-1934 New York, New York Victor
24705-A
I Saw You Dancing
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton
6-29-1934 New York, New York Victor
24670-B
I Used to be Color Blind
(Swing Wing)

(Irving Berlin)
9-9-1938 New York, New York Decca
2073
I Wake Up Smiling
(Lesilie / Ahlert)
2-7-1933 New York, New York Victor
24226
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
(A.J. Piron)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight?
(Kahn / Donaldson)
12-17-1925 New York, New York Victor
19902
I'd Rather Cry Over You (Than Smile At Somebody Else)
(Yellen / Dougherty / Ponce)
6-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1496-D
I'd Write a Song
(From the musical romance "Melody")
Vocal refrain by Phil Dewy

(Irving Ceasar / Sigmund Romberg)
2-7-1933 New York, New York Victor
24238-A
I'll Always Remember You
(Jessie Greer)
5-9-1927 New York, New York Victor
20784
I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise
(George Gershwin / Buddy De Sylva / Ira Gershwin)
9-1-1922 New York, New York Victor
18949
I'll Follow You
(Turk / Ahlert)
9-26-1932 New York, New York Victor
24141
I'll Never Be the Same (1)
Vocal refrain by Mildred Bailey

(Gus Kahn / Matty Malneck / Frank Signorelli)
8-11-1932 New York, New York Victor
24088-A
I'll Never Be the Same (non-vocal) (3) *
(Gus Kahn / Matty Malneck / Frank Signorelli)
8-11-1932 New York, New York Victor
(rejected) *
I'll See You in My Dreams
(Isham Jones)
12-26-1924 New York, New York Victor
19553-A
I'm a Dreamer - Aren't We All?
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
10-16-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2010-D
I'm Afraid of You (3)
(Davis / Daly / Gottlier)
4-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
27685
I'm Afraid of You (4)
(Davis / Daly / Gottlier)
4-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
21389-A
I'm Bringing a Red, Red Rose
(From "Whoopie")

(Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn)
12-22-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1683-D
I'm Coming, Virginia (6) *
(Will Marion Cook / Donald Heywood)
4-29-1927 New York, New York Victor
*
I'm Coming, Virginia (9)
(Will Marion Cook / Donald Heywood)
4-29-1927 New York, New York Victor
20751-B
I'm Coming, Virginia
Featuring Jack Teagarden and the Modernaires

(Swing Wing)

(Will Marion Cook / Donald Heywood)
9-9-1938 New York, New York Decca
2145 B
I'm Counting on You
Vocal refrain by Ramona

(Drake / Oakland)
8-18-1934 New York, New York Victor
24705-B
I'm Goin' South
(Abner Silver / Harry Woods)
12-14-1923 New York, New York Victor
19229-A
I'm In Love Again
(Cole Porter)
5-9-1927 New York, New York Victor
20646-A
I'm In Love With You, That's Why
(Mort Dixon / Ray Henderson)
3-24-1926 New York, New York Victor
20046-A
I'm in the Mood for Love
(Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields)
7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25091
I'm in the Seventh Heaven
From Talking Picture "Say It With Strings"

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson / Al Jolson)
4-5-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1877-D
I'm Just Wild About Harry
(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake)
8-1-1922 New York, New York Victor
18938
I'm Keeping Those Keepsakes You Gave Me
(Smith / Ahlert)
1-23-1935 New York, New York Victor
24860
I'm Old Fashioned *
(Jerome Kern / Johnny Mercer)
6-12-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
*
I'm On the Crest of a Wave (from "George White's Scandals")
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
6-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1465-D
I'm Sittin' High on a Hilltop
(Kahn / Johnson)
7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25151
I'm Sitting Pretty in a Pretty Little City
(Davis / Baer / Santly)
12-6-1923 New York, New York Victor
19217-A
I'm the Echo (You're The Song I Sing)
(From RKO film "I Dream Too Much")
Vocal refrain by the King's Men

(Dorothy Fields / Jerome Kern)
12-2-1935 New York, New York Victor
25198
I'm Tired of Everything But You
(Jones)
9-2-1925 New York, New York Victor
19773-A
I'm Winging Home (3)
(Tobias)
3-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
I'm Winging Home (2)
(Tobias)
3-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
21365-A
I'se a Muggin'
(Stuff Smith)
3-10-1936 New York, New York Victor
25273-A/B
I've Found A New Baby
(Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
4-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
101
I've Found A New Baby
(Bouncing Brass)

(Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
4-6-1939 New York, New York Decca
2466 B
I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling 12-19-1928 New York, New York Columbia
(rejected)
I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo
(Warren / Gordon)
4-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
108
Ida - I Do
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
9-15-1925 New York, New York Victor
19785
If I Can't Get the Sweetie I Want
(I Pity The Sweetie I Get)

(Jean Schwartz)
9-4-1923 New York, New York Victor
19139-B
If I Had a Talking Picture of You
(From Talking Picture Production "Sunny Side Up")

(Buddy De Silva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
10-16-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2010-D
If I Love Again 1-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24517
If the Moon Turns Green
(Cates / Hanighen)
1-23-1935 New York, New York Victor
24860
If You Don't Love Me (PW Orch.) 6-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
(rejected)
If You Don't Love Me
(Ben Selvin Orch., issued as PW Orch.)

(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
7-20-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1484-D
If You See Sally 6-15-1927 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
In a Boat
(Lange / Liggy / Klapholz)
6-16-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18789
In A Little Spanish Town
('Twas On A Night Like This)

(Lewis / Young / Wayne)
9-3-1926 New York, New York Victor
20266-A
In Egern on the Tegern 2-2-1933 New York, New York Victor
24225
In Love With Love
(from the Musical Comedy "The Stepping Stones")

(Jerome Kern)
10-29-1923 New York, New York Victor
19187
In My Bouquet of Memories (1)
(Lewis / Young / Askt)
4-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
21388-B
In My Bouquet of Memories (3) *
(Lewis / Young / Askt)
4-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
In My Heart - It's You
(O'Flynn / Rich / Hoffman)
10-10-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2289-D
In the Dim, Dim Dawning 11-17-1932 New York, New York Victor
24189
In the Evening
(Hanley / Downling)
6-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1484-D
In the Good Old Summer Time (intro. "Little Annie Rooney", "Comrades", "Rosie O'Grady", "Yip I Addy I Ay") 9-14-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1558-D
In the Park in Paree 4-4-1932 New York, New York Victor
24285
Indian Cradle Song 9-21-1927 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Indian Dawn
(Roos / Zamecnik)
7-2-1925 New York, New York Victor
19719
Indian Love Call
(Harbach / Hammerstein / Friml)
11-17-1924 New York, New York Victor
19517
Is It Gonna Be Long?
(Whiting / Cowan / Abbot)
5-22-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1496-D
It All Depends On You
(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
3-9-1927 New York, New York Victor
20513-A
It Had To Be You
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
4-8-1924 New York, New York Victor
19339-A
It Happened in Monterey (7) *
(Wayne / Rose)
3-21-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
unissued *
It Happened in Monterey (10)
(Talkie Hit from The Universal Picture "King Of Jazz")

(Wayne / Rose)
3-21-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2163-D
It Happened in Monterey
(from the "King Of Jazz" soundtrack )

(Wayne / Rose)
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
It Happened in Monterey
(Wayne / Rose)
8-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
It Was The Dawn of Love (1) *
(Davis / Coots)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
It Was The Dawn of Love (2)
(Davis / Coots)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
21453-A
It Was the Dawn of Love (3) *
(Davis / Coots)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
It Won't Be Long Now (4)
(from "Manhattan Mary")

(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
8-20-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor *
It Won't Be Long Now (8)
(from "Manhattan Mary")

(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
8-20-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20883
It's an Old-Fashioned World After All
(Bryan / Meyer / Wendling)
1-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24514
It's Got to Be Love
(from the Musical Production "On Your Toes")
Vocal refrain by Johnny Hauser

(Lorenz Hart / Richard Rogers)
3-13-1936 New York, New York Victor
25270-A
It's Only a Paper Moon
Vocal refrain by Peggy Healy

(Harburg / Rose / Arlen)
9-12-1933 New York, New York Victor
24400-A
It's the Dreamer in Me
(w/Jimmy Dorsey)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
It's Up To You! (J'en ai Marre!)
(Maurice Yvain)
5-31-1922 New York, New York Victor
18911
Itchola
(Frankie Trumbauer / Stokes)
8-18-1934 New York, New York Victor
24885
Ivy (Cling To Me
(Johnson / Jones)
12-15-1922 New York, New York Victor
19003
Jamboree Jones
(Swing Wing featuring Four Modernaires)

(Johnny Mercer)
9-9-1938 New York, New York Decca
2074 A
Japanese Mammy
(Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn)
6-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1701-D
Jeannine, I Dream of Lilac Time
(Skillkret / Gilbert)
9-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50095-D
Jeepers Creepers
(From First National Picture "Going Places" (Swing Wing)
Vocal chorus by Four Modernaires and Jack Teagarden

(Harry Warren / Johnny Mercer)
12-8-1938 New York, New York Decca
2222 A
Jeepers Creepers
(Harry Warren / Johnny Mercer)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Ji-Ji-Boo 8-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Jimmy (I Love But You)
(Al Treble / Frank Capis)
2-10-1922 New York, New York Victor
18872
Journey's End
(Teirney / McCarthy)
11-15-1922 New York, New York Victor
18985-B
Jubilee - Medley
(Cole Porter)
9-28-1935 New York, New York Victor
36175
Jukin'
(Jacobs / Roberts)
2-16-1955 New York, New York Coral
61403
Just a Little Bit of Driftwood
(Davis / Davis / Lyman)
6-18-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1505-D
Just a Little Drink
(Byron Gay)
5-6-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19666
Just a Little Love Song
(Joe Cooper)
11-29-1921 New York, New York Victor
18842-A
Just a Memory
(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
8-19-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20881-A
Just a Sweetheart
Theme Song from Motion Picture "The Battle Of Sexes"

(Skilkret / Pasternack / Dreyer)
10-6-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1630-D
Just an Echo in the Valley
(Woods / Connelly / Campbell)
12-8-1932 New York, New York Victor
24201
Just As Long As You Have Me
(Introducing "The Twinkle in Your Eye")
(from the Musical comedy "The Gingham Girl")

(Albert Von Tilzer)
9-21-1922 New York, New York Victor
18960
Just Like a Butterfly (That's Caught In The Rain) 5-19-1927 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Just Like a Doll
(From the musical comedy "Springtime Of Youth")

(Romberg / Wood / Woodward)
11-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
18988
Just Like a Melody From Out of the Sky
(Walter Donaldson)
6-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1441-D
Just Once Again
(Walter Donaldson / Paul Ash)
6-22-1927 New York, New York Victor
20751-A
Just One More Chance
(Arthur Johnson / Sam Coslow)
7-21-1923 Hayes, Middlesex HMV
B-1682
Just Snap Your Fingers at Care - Darling (introducing "Love Flower")
(Louis Silvers / Chris Schonberg)
11-26-1920 New York, New York Victor
35704-A
Ka-lu-a - Blue Danube Blues
(from the musical comedy "Good Morning Dearie)

(Jerome Kern)
11-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18826-A
Kamennoi-Ostrow
(acoustical)

(A. Rubenstein, Op. 10)
6-16-1922 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Kamennoi-Ostrow
(electrical)

(A. Rubenstein, Op. 10 arranged by Fredie Grofé)
8-19-1926 New York, New York Victor
24104
La Golondrina
(Serrandell arranged by Fredie Grofé)
5-12-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50070-D
La Paloma (The Dove) (2) *
(Yradler)
5-12-1928 New York, New York Columbia
unissued *
La Paloma (The Dove) (6)
(Yradler)
5-21-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50070-D
Lady of the Evening
(Irving Berlin)
1-25-1923 New York, New York Victor
19016
Lady of the Evening
(Irving Berlin)
6-13-1939 New York, New York Decca
2690
Last Night I Dreamed You Kissed Me
(Lombardo / Kahn)
5-21-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1401-D
Last Night on the Back Porch
(I Loved her Best of All)

(Lew Brown / Carl Schraubstader)
9-4-1923 New York, New York Victor
19139-A
Laughing Marionette
(Collins / Gilbert)
5-16-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1862-D
Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long
(Lewis / Young)
4-14-1932 New York, New York Victor
22984
Lazy
(Irving Berlin)
3-18-1924 New York, New York Victor
19299-B
Lazy (Swing Wing)
(Irving Berlin)
5-16-1939 New York, New York Decca
2696
Lazy River
(Hoagy Carmichael)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Learn to Do the Strut
(from Irving Berlin's "Music Box Revue")

(Irving Berlin)
1-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
19252-B
Learn to Smile
(from the Musical Comedy "The O'Brien Girl")

(Louis Hirsch)
6-2-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18778-A
Let 'Em Eat Cake - A Tabloid Version (picture disc)
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
10-27-1933 New York, New York Victor
39003
Let Me Linger Longer In Your Arms
(Cliff Friend / Abel Baer)
6-3-1925 New York, New York Victor
19692
Let's Begin
(From Musical Show "Roberta")
Vocal refrain by Ramona

(Otto Harbach / Jerome Kern)
11-3-1933 New York, New York Victor
24453
Let's Do It
(from "Paris")

(Cole Porter)
12-22-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1701-D
Let's Put Out the Lights (And Go To Sleep)
(Hupfeld)
9-26-1932 New York, New York Victor
24140
Let's Spill the Beans 1-23-1935 New York, New York Victor
24887
'Leven Pounds of Heaven
(McCarthy / Malneck)
11-30-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22883
Liebestraum
(Liszt)
12-13-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50198-D
Like You
(Dark Eyes I Dream Of)

(from the Musical Comedy "The Circus Princess")

(Harry B. Smith / Emmerich Kalman)
5-19-1927 New York, New York Victor
20684-A
Limehouse Blues
(from Andre Charlot's Revue")

(Phillip Braham)
1-22-1924 New York, New York Victor
19264-A
Limehouse Blues
(Furber / Braham)
8-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Linger Awhile
(Vincent Rose)
11-22-1923 New York, New York Victor
19211-A
Little Butterfly
(Irving Berlin)
10-3-1923 New York, New York Victor
19162
Little Girl Blue 3-10-1936 New York, New York Victor
25269
Little Log Cabin of Dreams
(Hanley / Dowling)
3-16-1928 New York, New York Victor
21325
Little Old Clock On the Mantel
(Kahn / Fiorito)
8-13-1924 New York, New York Victor
19420-A
Little Pal
(Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
4-25-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1877-D
Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight
(Sherman / Lewis)
3-22-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2171-D
Liza
(Swinging Strings)

(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin / Gus Kahn)
10-15-1938 New York, New York Decca
2223
Lo Nah
(Bud Green / Sam Stept)
12-17-1925 New York, New York Victor
19902
Lonely Eyes
(Davis / Akst)
12-21-1926 Chicago, Illinois Victor
20418-A
Lonely Little Melody
(Buck / Stamper)
7-15-1924 New York, New York Victor
19414-B
Lonely Melody (1)
(Coslow / Meroff / Dyson)
(Adapted from a melody by Gruenfeld)
1-4-1928 New York, New York Victor
21214-B
Lonely Melody (3)
(Coslow / Meroff / Dyson)
1-4-1928 New York, New York Victor
25366-A
Lonely Nest
(Herbert / De Sylva)
10-27-1922 New York, New York Victor
19008
Lonesome Hours
(Friend)
1-25-1922 New York, New York Victor
18865-B
Lonesome in the Moonlight
(Baer / Russell)
6-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1448-D
Look for the Silver Lining
(Buddy DeSylva / Kern)
2-6-1936 New York, New York Victor
25278
Look What I've Got 4-4-1932 New York, New York Victor
24285
Louise
Theme Song from Motion Picture "Innocents Of Paris"

(Whiting / Robin)
3-15-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1771-D
Louisiana (1)
(Razaf / Schafer / Johnson)
4-23-1928 New York, New York Victor
21438-A
Louisiana (3)
(Featuring Bix Beiderbecke and Bing Crosby

(Razaf / Schafer / Johnson)
(arranger Bill Challis)
4-23-1928 New York, New York Victor
25369
Lovable
(Holmes / Simon / Whiting)
3-15-1928 New York, New York Victor
27685
Love and Kisses (From Baby Tou You)
(Baker / Silver)
5-13-1927 New York, New York Victor
20679-B
Love Bird
(introducing "Under the Honeymoon")

(Fiorito / Hanley / King)
2-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18735-B
Love Has A Way
(featured in the Motion Picture production "Dorothy Vernon of Hardon Hall")

(Victor L. Schartzinger)
3-31-1924 New York, New York Victor
19309
Love in Bloom
(From Paramount film "She Loves Me Not")
Vocal efrain by Jack Fulton

(Leo Robin / Ralph Rainger)
6-29-1934 New York, New York Victor
24672-A
Love Me
(Aivax / Morse)
9-13-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1974-D
Love Nest
(from "Mary")

(Otto Harbach / Louis A. Hirsch)
2-10-1928 New York, New York Victor
24105-A
Lover 4-4-1932 New York, New York Victor
24283
Lover 8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Lover, Come Back to Me
(from "The New Moon")

(Romberg / Hammerstein II)
2-7-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1731-D
Lucky Kentucky
(Henderson)
12-26-1924 New York, New York Victor
19584
Lulu Belle
(Leo Robin / Richard Myers)
3-24-1926 New York, New York Victor
20019-A
Ma Belle
(From "The Three Musketeers)

(Clifford Grey / Rudolf Friml)
3-14-1928 New York, New York Victor
21315-A
Magnolia (Mix the Lot, What Have You Got?)
(Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
5-24-1927 New York, New York Victor
20679-A
Make Believe
(introducing "Old Pal, Why Don't You Answer Me?")

(Jack Shilkret / M.K. Jerome)
3-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18742-A
Make Believe
(From "Show Boat")

(Oscar Hammerstein / Jerome Kern)
1-27-1928 Camden, New Jersey Victor
21218-B
Makin' Whoopee!
(From "Whoopie")

(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
1-3-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1683-D
Mama Loves Papa (Papa Loves Mama)
(Cliff Friend / Abel Baer)
10-29-1923 New York, New York Victor
19191-A
Mandalay - Step Henrietta
(Burnett / Lyman / Arnhiem / DeSylva / Meyer)
5-2-1924 New York, New York Victor
35744
Mandy (Swing Wing)
(Irving Berlin)
4-8-1939 New York, New York Decca
2696
Mandy, Make Up Your Mind
(Clarke / Turk / Meyers / Johnston)
9-15-1924 New York, New York Victor
19492
Manhattan
(introducing "Sentimental Me and Romantic You")

(Hart / Rogers)
9-1-1925 New York, New York Victor
19769
Manhattan Mary
(from "Manhattan Mary")

(Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
7-13-1927 New York, New York Victor
20874-B
March of the Musketeers
(from "The Three Musketeers")

(Clifford Grey / Rudolf Friml)
3-16-1928 New York, New York Victor
21315-B
Marche Slave
(Tschaikowsky arranged by Fredie Grofé)
8-19-1926 New York, New York Victor
24104
Marching Along Together
Vocal refrain by The Rhythm Boys

(Dixon / Pola / Steininger)
7-20-1933 New York, New York Victor
24364
Marianne
(from "The New Moon")

(Romberg / Hammerstein)
2-8-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1731-D
Marie
(Otto Motzan / Henry Santly)
1-3-1922 New York, New York Victor
18859
Mary (What Are You Waiting For?) (2)
(Walter Donaldson)
11-25-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21103-A
Mary (What Are You Waiting For?) (4)
(Walter Donaldson)
11-25-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
26415
Maybe
(Turk / Snyder / Ahlert)
2-25-1924 New York, New York Victor
19284
Me and Marie
vocal refrain by The King's Men
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25135-B
Me Too (Ho-Ho! Ha-Ha!)
(Woods / Tobias)
8-25-1926 New York, New York Victor
20197-B
Meditation from Thais (acoustical)
(Massenet / Grofé)
6-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
19391-B
Meditation from Thais (electrical)
(Massenet / Grofé)
2-9-1928 New York, New York Victor
21796
Medley: Bewitched / Harbor Lights / I'll Be Seeing You 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man / Why Do I Love You / Make Believe / My Bill 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: Come Rain or Come Shine / Old Devil Moon / My Heart Belongs to Daddy 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: From This Moment On / Who / The Lady is a Tramp 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: I Didn't Know What Time It Was / My Funny Valentine / Speak Low 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter / I Didn't Know What Time It Was / Goody Goody 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: Summertime / I Got Plenty O' Nuttin' / It Ain't Necessarily So
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: The Best Things in Life Are Free / So in Love / Rosalie 1957 New York, New York
Medley: Where or When / In the Still of the Night / Among My Souvenirs 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Medley: Wunderbar / Oh, What a Beautiful Morning / A Wonderful Guy 1957 New York, New York Grand Award
33-409 (LP)
Melting Pot of Jazz
(finale from movie "King Of Jazz")
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
Meet the Boys 4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Minuet in Jazz
(Swinging Strings)
3-25-1939 New York, New York Decca
2439
Metropolis (A Blue Fantasie)
(4 parts - includes Part 3 (4))

(Fredie Grofé)
3-13-1928,
3-14-1928,
3-17-1928
New York, New York Victor
35933-A, 35934-B
Metropolis (A Blue Fantasie)
(Part 3) (2) *

(Fredie Grofé)
3-14-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Midnight in Monte Carlo
(with Joe Venuti)
1958 New York, New York Grand Award
33-351 (LP)
Midnight Reflections
(Matty Malneck / Frank Signorelli)
2-13-1928 New York, New York Victor
35992
Minuet in Jazz
(Swinging Strings)
3-25-1939 New York, New York Decca
2439
Miracle of Love
(Merrill)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
Mississippi Mud
(Harry Barris)
12-7-1954 New York, New York Coral
61336
Mississippi Mud (2)
(Featuring Bix Beiderbecke, Original Rhythm Boys and Izzy Friedman

(Harry Barris)
(Arranged by Tom Satterfield)
2-18-1928 New York, New York Victor
25366-B
Mississippi Mud (3)
(Harry Barris)
2-18-1928 New York, New York Victor
21274-A
Mississippi Suite (A Tone Journey) "Huckelberry Finn" - "Old Creole Days"
(Fredie Grofé)
9-7-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
35859-A
Mississippi Suite "Mardi Gras"
(Fredie Grofé)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Missouri Waltz
(Music from an original procured by John V. Eppel)

(John V. Eppel / Arranged by F.K. Logan)
9-21-1927 New York, New York Victor
20973-A
Mona Vanna
(Fisher)
2-19-1924 New York, New York Victor
19278
Moon Love
(Adapted from Teshaikowsky's 5th Symphony, 2nd Movement
Vocal Chorus by Joan Edwards

(Kostelanetz / David / Davis)
6-22-1939 New York, New York Decca
2578 A
Moonlight
(Con Conrad)
4-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18756-B
Moonlight and Roses *
(Lamare / Moret / Black)
9-1-1929 New York, New York Columbia
(private recording) *
Moonlight on the Ganges
(Chester Wallace / Sherman Meyers)
8-13-1926 New York, New York Victor
20139-B
Mother Goose Parade
(Bibo / Breau / Strum)
5-23-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1478-D
Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean
("Positively, Mr. Gallagher?" - "Absolutely, Mr. Shean!")"

(Featured in "Ziegfeld Follies")

(Ed. Gallagher / Al. Shean)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Victor
19007-B
Mr. Radio Man
(Tell My Mammy To Come Back Home)

(Ira Schuster / Johnny White / Cliff Friend)
4-24-1924 New York, New York Victor
19330-B
Muddy Water
(Trent / De Rose / Richman)
3-7-1927 New York, New York Victor
20508-A
Music from Opening Cartoon (from movie "King Of Jazz") 1930 New York, New York Universal
Music from Opening Dance Number (from movie "King Of Jazz") 1930 New York, New York Universal
Music Hath Charms (from opening credits of movie "King Of Jazz") 1930 New York, New York Universal
Mutiny in the Nursery
(Swing Wing)

(Harry Warren / Johnny Mercer)
12-8-1938 New York, New York Decca
2222 B
My Angel (1)
(Lew Pollack / Erno Rapee)
4-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
21388-A
My Angel (2) *
(Lew Pollack / Erno Rapee)
4-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
My Angeline
(Wayne / Gilbert)
3-7-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1755-D
My Blue Heaven (3)
(Richard Whiting / Walter Donaldson)
7-6-1927 New York, New York Victor
20828-A
My Blue Heaven (4)
(Richard Whiting / Walter Donaldson)
7-6-1927 New York, New York Victor
*
My Fantasy
(Whiteman / Edwards / Meskill)
12-21-1939 New York, New York Decca
2937
My Goodbye to You
(Gus Kahn / Matty Malneck)
10-6-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22876
My Heart Stood Still (1)
(Rogers / Hart)
1-24-1928 Camden, New Jersey Victor
*
My Heart Stood Still (3)
(Rogers / Hart)
1-24-1928 Camden, New Jersey Victor
35883-B
My Hero
(From "Chocolate Soldier")

(Straus / Stange)
5-12-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50069-D
My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii 1-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24514
My Little Grass Shack
(B. Cogswell / T. Harrison / J. Noble)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
My Lucky Star
(from "Follow Thru")

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
2-9-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1736-D
My Mammy
(Introducing "Beautiful Faces")

(Walter Donaldson / Irving Berlin)
3-1-1921 New York, New York Victor
18737-A
My Man (Mon Homme)
(Yvain)
4-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18758
My Melancholy Baby
(Burnett / Norton)
5-15-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50068-D
My Moonlight Madonna
Vocal Refrain by Jack Fulton

(Paul Frances Webster / Z. Fibich)
7-20-1933 New York, New York Victor
24364
My Ohio Home 5-15-1928 New York, New York Fox Newsreel
My Pet (1)
(Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
27686
My Pet (2)
(Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
21389-B
My Pet (3) *
(Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)
4-22-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
My Rambler Rose
(introducing "List'ning On Some Radio")

(from "Ziegfeld Follies")

(Hirsch / Buck / Stamper)
6-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
18923
My Reverie
Melody based on Claude Debussy's "Reverie"

(Larry Clinton)
9-20-1938 New York, New York Decca
2075-A
My Road (Introducing, "A Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That")
(from the Musical Play, "Be Yourself")

(Connelly / Kaufman / Gensler)
9-15-1924 New York, New York Victor
19461
My Romance 3-10-1936 New York, New York Victor
25269
My Romance
(with Tommy Dorsey)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
My Twilight Rose
(Grey / Romberg)
9-12-1924 New York, New York Victor
19456
My Wonder Girl - Coral Sea
(Black / Bloom / Hickman / Zaney / Brown)
10-28-1920 New York, New York Victor
21389-B
Victor
35703-B
Neath the South Sea Moon
(Hirsch / Buck / Stamper)
5-31-1922 New York, New York Victor
18911
Never Felt Better, Never Had Less
Featuring Four Modernaires
(Swing Wing)

(Abel Baer / Cliff Hess)
12-8-1938 New York, New York Decca
2283 B
New O'leans
(Kahn / Johnston)
7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25150
Night and Day
(Cole Porter)
2-2-1933 New York, New York Victor
36085-A
Night Owl
From Paramount film "Take A Chance"
Vocal refrain by the Rhythm Boys

(Herman Hupfeld)
9-13-1933 New York, New York Victor
24400-B
Nightfall (vocal) (1)
(De Rose / Harold)
8-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24096
Nightfall (non-vocal) (3)
(De Rose / Harold)
8-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Nights of Gladness
(Macdonald / Ancliffe)
2-16-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Ninon
Vocal Refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Adamson / Kaper / Jurmann)
4-22-1935 New York, New York Victor
25023
No Foolin'
(Buck / Hanley)
3-25-1926 New York, New York Victor
20019-B
No Man's Mama
(Yellen / Pollack)
12-21-1925 New York, New York Victor
19934
No More Worryin'
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson / Irving Mills)
3-25-1926 New York, New York Victor
20007-B
Nobody Knows
(Irving Berlin)
6-22-1939 New York, New York Decca
2695
Nobody's Sweetheart
(Kahn / Erdman / Meyers / Schoebel)
10-9-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2098-D
Nobody's Sweetheart Now
(Vocal refrain by Jack Teagarden

(Kahn / Meyers / Erdman / Schoebel)
7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25319-A
Bluebird
B-10957-B
Nola
(Arndt)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Nola
(Arndt)
3-7-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2277-D
Now and Then
(Swing Wing)
4-8-1939 New York, New York Decca
2417 B
Now I'm a Lady
(Coslow / Kahal / Fain)
4-22-1935 New York, New York Victor
25022
Nuthin' But
(Henry Busse / Ward / Ferdie Grofé)
3-1-1923 New York, New York Victor
19073-B
O Ya Ya
(Klages / de Markoff)
1-5-1928 New York, New York Victor
21304
Ogo Pogo
(Clark / Strong)
7-2-1925 New York, New York Victor
19719
Oh Me! Oh My!
(introducing "Dolly")

(from "Two Little Girls In Blue")

(Vincent Youmans)
5-18-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18778-B
Oh Me! Oh My!
(Vincent Youmans)
8-10-1954 New York, New York Coral
56119 (LP)
Oh! Joseph!
(from the Musical Play "Madame Pompadour")

(Clare Kummer / Leo Fall)
12-16-1924 New York, New York Victor
19546-B
Oh, Lady Be Good! (Introducing "So Am I")
(from the Musical Comedy "Lady Be Good!")

(George Gershwin)
12-29-1924 New York, New York Victor
19551
Oh! Lady Be Good
(George Gershwin)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Oh, Lady Be Good
(Swinging Strings)

(George Gershwin)
10-15-1938 New York, New York Decca
2223
Oh! Miss Hannah
(Hollingsworth / Deppen)
5-4-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1945-D
Oh! You Have No Idea
(Ponce / Dougherty)
5-23-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1491-D
Ol' Man River (2)
(From the Universal film "The Show Boat")
Vocal refrain by Bing Crosby

(Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern)
1-11-1928 New York, New York Victor
21218-A
Victor
25249
Ol' Man River (3)
(From the Universal film "The Show Boat")
Vocal refrain by Bing Crosby

(Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern)
1-11-1928 New York, New York Victor
unissued
Ol' Man River (from "Showboat)
with Paul Robeson and Mixed Chorus

(Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern)
3-1-1928 New York, New York Victor
35912-A
Old New England Moon
(Vance / Howard)
6-9-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2224-D
Old Playmate
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Matt Malneck / Gus Kahn)
10-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22827-A
Old-Fashioned Girl (In A Gingham Gown)
(Jolson)
2-22-1922 New York, New York Victor
18879
On The Beach of Waikiki
(H. Kailimai / G.H. Stover)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
On the 'Gin 'Gin 'Ginny Shore
(Walter Donaldson)
1-3-1922 New York, New York Victor
18859
On Your Toes
Featuring Ramona
(From the musical production "On Your Toes")

(Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers)
6-26-1936 New York, New York Victor
25356
Ooh! Maybe It's You
(Irving Berlin)
8-22-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20885
Orange Blossom Time
(Edwards / Goodwin)
5-4-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1845-D
Oriental (fox Trot) (acoustical)
(Introducing "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice")

(from "Samson and Delilah")

(arranged by Paul Whiteman and Fredie Grofé)
6-16-1922 New York, New York Victor
18940-B
Oriental (fox trot) (electrical)
(arranged by Paul Whiteman and Fredie Grofé)
2-9-1928 New York, New York Victor
21599
Out O' Town Gal
(Walter Donaldson)
6-18-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1505-D
Out of Sight, Out of Mind
(Hunter / Otis)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
Pack Up Your Sins
(from "Music Box Revue)

(Irving Berlin)
11-2-1922 New York, New York Victor
18983-A
Pagan Love Song
(Arthur Freed / Nacio Herb Brown)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Pal of My Cradle Days
(Marshal Montgomery / Al Plantadoul)
6-2-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19690-A
Pale Moon
(An Indian Love Song)

(Jesse G.M. Glick / Fredric Knight Logan)
4-8-1924 New York, New York Victor
19345
Pale Venetian Moon 1-18-1923 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Parade of the Wooden Soldiers
(from "Chauve-Souris")(acoustical)

(Leon Jessel)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Victor
19007-A
Parade of the Wooden Soldiers (electrical)
(Leon Jessel)
1-11-1928 New York, New York Victor
21304
Paradise Alley
(from the Musical Comedy, "Musical Alley")

(Johnson / Archer / Carlton)
5-9-1924 New York, New York Victor
19353-A
Pardon My Southern Accent
(Johnny Mercer / Matty Malneck)
8-18-1934 New York, New York Victor
24704
Park Avenue Fantasy
(Matt Malneck / Frank Signorelli)
9-11-1934 New York, New York Victor
36131
Peaceful Valley
(Willard Robinson)
9-16-1925 New York, New York Victor
19790
Peelin' the Peach
(Swing Wing)

(Dick / Link)
9-9-1938 New York, New York Decca
2073
Peter, Peter - Punkin Eater
(Rinker)
9-11-1934 New York, New York Victor
36143
Pickin' Cotton
(from "George White's Scandals")
(Ben Selvin Orch., issued as PW Orch.)

(Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
7-2-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1464-D
Piggy Wiggy Woo
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)

(Abel Baer / Ira Schuster / Paul Cunningham)
11-10-1939 New York, New York Decca
2844 A
Poor Butterfly (1)
(Golden / Hubbell)
2-7-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Poor Butterfly (2)
(Golden / Hubbell)
2-7-1928 New York, New York Victor
24078-B
Poor Little Rich Girl
(Noel Coward)
12-21-1925 New York, New York Victor
19929
Popular Selections : I'm Sorry, Dear; Old Playmate; Goodnight, Sweetheart (LP session) 12-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
L-16002
Pozzo
(Vincent Rose)
8-13-1924 New York, New York Victor
19641
Precious
(Egan / Pasternacki / Whiting)
8-13-1926 New York, New York Victor
20139-A
Pretty Lips (38124-1)
(Walter Donaldson / Charley Straight)
2-28-1927 New York, New York Victor
20627-B
Pretty Lips (37286-1)
(Walter Donaldson / Charley Straight)
2-10-1927 New York, New York Victor
*
Put Your Little Foot Right Out 2-15-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Ragamuffin Romeo
Talkie Hit from Universal Picture "King Of Jazz"

(Wayne / De Costa)
3-22-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2170-D
Ragamuffin Romeo
(from movie "King Of Jazz")

(Wayne / De Costa)
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
Raggedy Ann
(Kern / Caldwell)
10-30-1923 New York, New York Victor
19187
Ragging the Scale
(Swinging Strings)
10-15-1938 New York, New York Decca
2268
Ragtime Cowboy Joe
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)

(Lewis F. Muir / Maurice Abrahams / Grant Clarke)
2-21-1940 New York, New York Decca
3038
Rain
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)

(Eugene Ford)
2-21-1940 New York, New York Decca
3137 A
Ramona
(Theme Song of the motion Picture production "Ramona")

(L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne)
1-4-1928 New York, New York Victor
21214-A
Ramona
(L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne)
8-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
Reaching for Someone (And Not Finding Anyone There)
(Leslie / Donaldson)
5-3-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1822-D
Rhapsody 21
(picture disc version)
(Paul Whiteman as guest conductor)

(Mineo / Mineo)
1962 ????? World's Fair Records
2TV 82083
Rhapsody 21
(LP version)
(Paul Whiteman as guest conductor)

(Mineo / Mineo)
1962 ????? World's Fair Records
3333LP
Rhapsody In Blue (acoustical)
(The Composer at the piano)

(George Gershwin)
(Arranged by Ferdie Grofé)
6-10-1924 New York, New York Victor
55225-A & B
Rhapsody in Blue
(George Gershwin)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Rhapsody in Blue (electrical)
(conducted by Nat Shilkret)

(George Gershwin)
(Arranged by Ferdie Grofé)
4-21-1927 New York, New York Victor
35822-A & B
Rhapsody in Blue
(from movie "King Of Jazz")

(George Gershwin)
10 or 11/1929 Hollywood, California Universal
Rhapsody in Blue
(George Gershwin)
10-23-1938 New York, New York Decca
29051
Rhapsody in Blue
Featuring Earl Wild, Piano

(George Gershwin)
1946 New York, New York Signature 20001, 20002
Rhapsody in Blue
(George Gershwin)
10-26-1951 Los Angeles, California Capitol
EBF 302 (45 RPM)
Rhapsody in Blue
(George Gershwin)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901
Rise 'N' Shine
(from "Take A Chance")
Featuring Ramona and her Grand Piano

(Buddy De Sylva / Vincent Youmann)
11-25-1932 New York, New York Victor
24197
Roamin' To Wyomin'
(Donaldson)
11-22-1923 New York, New York Victor
19209
Romany Love
(J. S. Zamenick)
8-1-1922 New York, New York Victor
18966-B
Rose Room
(Bouncing Brass)

(Art Hickman / Harry Williams)
4-6-1939 New York, New York Decca
2466 A
Rose-Marie
(Harbach / Hammerstein / Friml)
9-18-1924 New York, New York Victor
19461
Roses of Yesterday
(Irving Berlin)
9-4-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1553-D
Rosie
(Introducing "Tired of Me")

(Merkus / Donaldson)
12-29-1920 New York, New York Victor
18721-A
Russian Lullaby
(Irving Berlin)
5-16-1939 New York, New York Decca
2693
S'posin'
(Denniker / Andy Razaf)
5-16-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1862-D
Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence and The Kings Men

(Whiting / Bernier / Haid)
2-6-1936 New York, New York Victor
25251-A
Sakuntala 8-19-1926 Camden, New Jersey Victor
(rejected)
San (acoustical)
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
6-9-1924 New York, New York Victor
19381-A
San (6) (electrical)
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
1-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
24078-A
San (7) (electrical)
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
1-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
25367
San (N2)
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
2-19-1945 Los Angeles, California Capitol
F2999 (45RPM)
Say It Isn't So
(Irving Berlin)
5-16-1939 New York, New York Decca
2692
Say It With Music
(Irving Berlin)
8-30-1921 New York, New York Victor
18803
Say It With Music
(Irving Berlin)
6-13-1939 New York, New York Decca
2690
Sea Burial
(Lane)
2-29-1928 New York, New York Victor
36044
Second Rhapsody
(George Gershwin)
10-23-1938 New York, New York Decca
29052
Second-Hand Rose
From "Ziegfeld Follies of 1921"

(Hanley)
9-22-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18818-A
Selections from "Show Boat"
"Why Do I Love?"-"Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man"- You Are Love"-"Make Believe"
(2)
(Oscar Hammerstein / Jerome Kern)
3-1-1928 New York, New York Victor
35912-B
Selections from "Show Boat"
"Why Do I Love?"-"Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man"- You Are Love"-"Make Believe"
(4) *
(Oscar Hammerstein / Jerome Kern)
3-1-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Sensation Stomp (1)
(Nick La Rocca / Eddie Edwards / Larry Shields / Henry Ragas)
8-11-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
21119-B
Sensation Stomp (3) *
(Nick La Rocca / Eddie Edwards / Larry Shields / Henry Ragas)
8-11-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
*
Serenade in Blue
(Warren / Gordon)
6-5-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
108
Serenade to a Wealthy Widow
(Reginald Foresythe)
12-14-1934 New York, New York Victor
24852-A
Shake Your Feet
(from "Ziegfeld Follies")

(Dave Stamper)
10-29-1923 New York, New York Victor
19185-A
Shaking the Blues Away
(Irving Berlin)
8-22-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20885
Shall We Dance?
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
3-26-1937 New York, New York Victor
25552
Shanghai Dream Man
(Benny Davis / Harry Akst)
2-10-1927 New York, New York Victor
20683
Shanghai Lil
(Harry Warren / Al Dubin)
9-11-1933 New York, New York Victor
24403
Shanghai Lullaby
(Jones)
12-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19245
Should I?
Talkie Hit from Motion Picturw "Lord Byron Of Broadway"

(Brown / Freed)
10-18-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2047-D
Side By Side (1) *
(Harry Woods)
4-29-1927 New York, New York Victor
*
Side By Side (4)
(Harry Woods)
4-29-1927 New York, New York Victor
20627-A
Silent Night, Holy Night
(Franz Gruber / Joseeph Mohr)
9-19-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50098-D
Silver Moon
(From the Musical Play "My Maryland")

(Donnelly / Romberg)
2-23-1927 New York, New York Victor
20505-B
Since Mrs. McNott Learned to Do the Turkey Trot 1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Sing a Song of Sixpence
(Swing Wing featuring Four Modernaires)
9-9-1938 New York, New York Decca
2074 B
Sing Loo
(Ruby / Norman)
6-3-1925 New York, New York Victor
19720
Singing a Happy Song
From "Folies Berger de Paris"

(Jack Meskill / Jack Stern)
12-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24854-A
Sittin' in a Corner
(George W. Meyer)
9-26-1923 New York, New York Victor
19161-A
Sittin' on a Backyard Fence
(Kahal / Fain)
9-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24403
Sittin' On a Rainbow 6-9-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2224-D
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
(Rodgers / Hart)
6-26-1936 New York, New York Victor
36183
Smile (1) *
(Donald Heywood)
1-4-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Smile (4) *
(Donald Heywood)
1-24-1928 New York, New York Victor
*
Smile (5)
(Donald Heywood)
1-24-1928 New York, New York Victor
21228-A
(When Your Heart's On Fire) Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
From the musical show "Roberta")
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Harbach / Kern)
11-3-1933 New York, New York Victor
24455-A
So At Last It's Come To This
Vocal refrain by Irene Taylor

(Gus Kahn / Matt Malneck Frank Signorelli)
11-17-1932 New York, New York Victor
24187-B
So Blue
(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
3-29-1927 New York, New York Victor
20570-B
So This Is Venice!
(Warren / Leslie / Grant)
1-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
19252-A
Soft Light and Sweet Music (Swinging Strings)
(Irving Berlin)
3-25-1939 New York, New York Decca
2699
Soliloquy
(Rube Bloom)
6-8-1927 New York, New York Victor
35828-B
Some Little Bird
(introducing "The Mocking Bird")

(Gillespie / Mc Phail / Van Alstyne / Winner)
3-2-1921 New York, New York Victor
18742-B
Some Sunny Day
(Irving Berlin)
3-28-1922 New York, New York Victor
18891
Somebody Loves Me
(from George White's Scandals")

(Buddy De Sylva / George Gershwin)
7-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
19414-A
Someone I Love
Vocal Refrain by The King's Men

(Haven Gillespie / Victor Herbert)
4-22-1935 New York, New York Victor
25023
Someone Loves You After All (Rain Song)
(from the Musical Comedy "Kid Boots")

(Harry Tierney)
1-4-1924 New York, New York Victor
19244
Something Had to Happen
(From the musical show "Roberta")
Vocal refrain by Ramona

(Oto Harbach / Jerome Kern)
11-3-1933 New York, New York Victor
24455-B
Something in the Night (vocal) (1)
(Young / Wierick / Kresa)
8-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24096
Something in the Night (non-vocal) (3)
(Young / Wierick / Kresa)
8-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Something to Remember You By
(Schwartz / Rietz)
10-10-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2297-D
Song of India (acoustical)
(Adapted from Rimsky-Korsakow's Chanson Indoue by Paul Whiteman)
5-18-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18777-B
Song of India (Concert Version)
(Rimsky-Korsakow arranged by Roy Bargy)
4-25-1929 New York, New York Columbia
50198-D
Song of India (electrical)
(Rimsky Korsakow arranged by Ferdie Grofé)
8-26-1926 New York, New York Victor
20200-B
Song of Songs
(Moya)
6-12-1924 New York, New York Victor
19402-A
Song of the Congo
(Talkie Hit from The Universal Picture "King Of Jazz")

(Perkins / Magidson / Washington)
7-25-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2263-D
Song of the Dawn (1)
(Talkie Hit from The Universal Picture "King Of Jazz")

(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
3-21-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2163-D
Song of the Dawn (2) *
(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
3-21-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
unissued *
Song of the Dawn
(from movie "King Of Jazz")

(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
1930 Hollywood, California Universal
Song of the Islands
(Charles E. King)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Song of the Wanderer (Where Shall I Go)
(Neil Moret)
3-29-1927 New York, New York Victor
20570-A
Sonya (Yup, Alay, Yup!)
(Schafer / Fisher)
7-2-1925 New York, New York Victor
19721
Sorry For Me (PW Orch.) 6-18-1928 New York, New York Columbia
(rejected)
Sorry For Me (Ben Selvin Orch., to be issued as PW Orch.) 7-20-1928 New York, New York Columbia
(rejected)
South Sea Isles (Introducing, "She's Just A Baby"
(from "George White's Scandals")

(George Gershwin)
8-30-1921 New York, New York Victor
18801
Southern Medley
(private recording) *

(Stephen Foster)
9-1-1929 New York, New York Columbia
(private recording) *
Southern Rose (acoustical)
(Terriss / Mayerl)
11-17-1924 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Southern Rose
(Terriss / Mayerl)
5-7-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19694
Spain
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
4-24-1924 New York, New York Victor
19330-A
St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
3-29-1926 New York, New York Victor
St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Stardust
(Vocal refrain by The Kingsmen and John Hauser)

(Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish)
12-14-1934 New York, New York Victor
36159-A
Stardust
(Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Step Up and Shake My Hand
(Swing Wing)

(Livingston / David)
4-8-1939 New York, New York Decca
2418
Steppin' In Society
(Alex Garber / Harry Askt)
6-3-1925 New York, New York Victor
19692
Steppin' Out
(Howard / Conrad)
12-14-1923 New York, New York Victor
19229-B
Stop, Look and Listen
(Van Eps / Freed / Van Eps)
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25319-B
Stumbling
(Zez Confrey)
3-30-1922 New York, New York Victor
18899-A
Sugar (1)
Featuring Bix Beiderbecke

(Maceo Pinkard / arranged by Bill Chalis)
2-28-1928 New York, New York Victor
25368
Sugar (2)
(Maceo Pinkard)
2-28-1928 New York, New York Victor
21464-B
Sugar Plum
(Kahn / Johnston)
7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25150
Sugar Your Tea Stomp 8-11-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
(rejected)
Suite of Serenades
Cuban / Oriental / Spanish / Chinese

(acoustical)

(Victor Herbert)
6-11-1924 New York, New York Victor
55226
Suite of Serenades (electrical)
(Victor Herbert)
3-1-1928 New York, New York Victor
35926
Summertime
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
1958 New York, New York Grand Award
33-351(LP)
Sun Spots
Featuring Frank Trumbauer on the Saxophone

(Frank Trumbauer)
2-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24574-A
Sunshine
(Irving Berlin)
2-13-1928 New York, New York Victor
21240-A
Swanee River Blues
(from "Ziegfeld Follies")

(Gene Buck / Dave Stamper)
10-30-1923 New York, New York Victor
19185-B
Sweet and Low Down
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
12-24-1925 New York, New York Victor
19920
Sweet Child (I'm Wild About You)
(Whiting / Lewis / Simon)
12-28-1925 New York, New York Victor
19946
Sweet Dreams 12-12-1928,
1-13-1929
New York, New York Columbia
(rejected)
Sweet Lady
(introducing "There's a Sunbeam for Every Drop of Rain")
(from the Musical Satire "Tangerine")

(Crumit / Zoob / Carlo / Sanders)
8-23-1921 New York, New York Victor
18803
Sweet One
(Al Jolson / Louis Silver)
2-23-1923 New York, New York Victor
19043
Sweet Sue - Just You
Vocal Chorus by Jack Fulton
Cornet- Bix Beiderbecke
Celeste - Lennie Hayton

(Young / Harris)
9-18-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50103-D
Sweetheart
(Arnold Johnson)
6-16-1921 New York, New York Victor
18789
Sweetheart Lane
Introducing "Sixty Seconds Ev'ry Minute, I Think Of You"

(from "Greenwich Village Follies")

(Louis A. Hirsch)
10-19-1922 New York, New York Victor
18977-A
Sylvia
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Clinton Scollard / Oley Speaks)
9-30-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22885-A
Tail Spin
(Frankie Trumbauer / Jimmy Dorsey)
4-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24668
Tain't So, Honey, Tain't So
(Robinson)
6-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1444-D
Take Me in Your Arms
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Parish / Rotter / Markush)
11-17-1932 New York, New York Victor
24188-B
Tango Americano 9-30-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22913
Tell Her in the Springtime
(Irving Berlin)
11-17-1924 New York, New York Victor
19517
Tell Me More!
(introducing "Baby!")

(Buddy De Sylva / George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
5-5-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19682
Tell Me With a Love Song
Vocalrefrain by Jack Fulton

(Ted Koehler / Harold Arlen)
10-6-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22834-B
Tell Me With a Melody
(Irving Berlin)
6-1-1923 Hayes, Middlesex HMV
B-1658
Tell Me, Dreamy Eyes
(Kahn / Spitalny / Gordon)
9-15-1924 New York, New York Victor
19456
Tell Me, Little Gypsy
(Paul Whiteman's Woodwinds)

(Irving Berlin)
6-22-1939 New York, New York Decca
2694 B
Tentin' Down In Tennessee
(Howard / Woods)
3-26-1926 New York, New York Victor
20017
Texas Tommy Swing
(Brown / Harris)
2-14-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Thanks a Million
(Kahn Johnston)
7-10-1935 New York, New York Victor
25151
That American Boy of Mine
(George Gershwin / Irving Caesar / Sigmund Romberg)
2-2-1923 New York, New York Victor
19024
That Certain Feeling
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
12-24-1925 New York, New York Victor
19920
That Little Something
(Jerome Kern)
4-26-1927 New York, New York Victor
20616
That Lucky Fellow
(Kern / Hammerstein II)
11-24-1939 New York, New York Decca
2913
That Saxophone Waltz
(Jules Mingo / Berry J. Sisk)
2-25-1927 New York, New York Victor
20513-B
That's My Weakness Now
(With Vocal Chorus by The Rhythm Boys)

(Green / Stept)
6-17-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1444-D
The Birth of the Blues
(from "George White's Scandals"

(Buddy De Sylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
8-12-1926 New York, New York Victor
20138-A
The Bouncing Ball 2-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24574-B
The Bunny Hug 1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
The Calinda
(Boo-Joom Boo-Joom Boo!)

(Harman / Hupfeld)
8-19-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
20882-A
The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai
(R. Alex Anderson)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
The Creaking Old Mill by the Creek
(Lewis / Stock / Rose)
12-21-1939 New York, New York Decca
2938
The Duke Insists 7-9-1935 New York, New York Victor
25113
The Farmer Took Another Load Away! Hay! Hay!
(Leslie / O'Flynn / Vincent)
9-1-1925 New York, New York Victor
19769
The Gaucho Serenade
(Cavanaugh / Redmond / Simon)
12-21-1939 New York, New York Decca
2938
The General Jumped at Dawn
(Mundy)
4-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
101
The Hoiriger Schottische
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)
11-10-1939 New York, New York Decca
2921 B
The Hoodoo Man
(Brown)
5-9-1924 New York, New York Victor
19339-B
The Hot Gavotte
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)
11-10-1939 New York, New York Decca
2921 A
The Japanese Sandman (acoustical)
(Richard A. Whiting)
8-19-1920 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18690-B
The Japanese Sandman (electrical)
(Richard A. Whiting)
2-7-1928 New York, New York Victor
21731-B
The Japanese Sandman (Swinging Strings)
(Richard A. Whiting)
10-15-1938 New York, New York Decca
2268
The Japanese Sandman
(Richard A. Whiting)
8-10-1954 New York, New York Coral
61254
The Jockey on the Carousel
(From RKO film "I Dream Too Much")

(Dorothy Fields / Jerome Kern)
12-2-1935 New York, New York Victor
25197
The June Bugs' Dance
(Horst)
5-15-1939 New York, New York Decca
2505
The Kinky Kids Parade
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
8-12-1925 New York, New York Victor
19753
The Man I Love (2)
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
(Special arrangement by Ferdie Grofé)
5-16-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50068-D
The Man I Love (4)
(George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
(Special arr. by Ferdie Grofé)
5-16-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50068-D
The Merry Widow Waltz (acoustical)
(Lehar)
7-21-1923 Hayes, Middlesex HMV
B-1682
The Merry Widow Waltz
(Lehar)
5-13-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50069-D
The Moonlight Waltz
(Washington / Burke)
2-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24566
The New Tiger Rag
(Nick La Rocca)
7-25-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2277-D
The Night is Young
(From M-G-M film "The Night Is Young")
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Oscar Hammerstein 2nd / Sigmund Romberg)
12-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24844-B
The Night is Young (And You're So Beautiful)
(with Tommy Dorsey)

(Hammerstein / Romberg)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
The Old Music Master
(Hoagy Carmichael / Johnny Mercer)
6-12-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
137
The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)
(Jones)
1-4-1924 New York, New York Victor
19245
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
(Jones)
7-1-1954 New York, New York Coral
56119 (LP)
The Only, Only One for Me
(James Monaco / Harry Warren)
12-26-1924 New York, New York Victor
19584
The Peanut Vendor
(Moises Simons)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
The Rhythm Rag
(Willard Robinson)
9-1-1925 New York, New York Victor
19773-B
The Same Old Moon
(From The Musical "Lucky")

(Otto Harbach / Bert Kalamar / Harry Ruby)
4-26-1927 New York, New York Victor
20616
The Shoemaker's Holiday
(MacKay / Raye)
5-15-1939 New York, New York Decca
2505
The Sidewalks of New York
(Lawlor / Blake)
9-14-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1558-D
The Toy Trumpet
(Swinging Strings)
3-25-1939 New York, New York Decca
2439
The Voice in the Old Village Choir
Featuring Jack Fulton, Tenor

(Gus Kahn / Harry Woods)
4-14-1932 New York, New York Victor
22998-A
The Wedding of the Birds
(Tobias / Kisco)
7-25-1930 New York, New York Columbia
2263-D
The Wheel of the Wagon is Broken
(Box / Cox / Carr)
2-6-1936 New York, New York Victor
25251-B
The Yankee Princess - Medley
"My Bajadere" - "I Still Can Dream"

(Emmerich Kalman)
10-19-1922 New York, New York Victor
18977-B
Then and Now
(Jacobs / Whiteman / Merrill)
12-7-1954 New York, New York Coral
61336
There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears (2)
(Featuring Bix Beiderbecke, Bing Crosby and The Rhythm Boys)

(Fred Fisher)
2-8-1928 New York, New York Victor
25675
There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears (3)
(Fred Fisher)
2-8-1928 New York, New York Victor
21464-A
There's a Blue Note in My Love Song
(Shapiro / Beresford)
11-30-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22873
There's A Boatman on the Volga
(Egan / Pasternacki / Whiting)
3-25-1926 New York, New York Victor
20266-B
There's a Small Hotel
Vocal refrain by Durelle Alexander

(Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers)
3-13-1936 New York, New York Victor
25270-B
There's Nothing Else to Do in Na-la-ka-mo-ka-lu
(From RKO film "Down to the Last Yacht")
Vocal refrain by John Hauser

(Cliff Friend / Sidney D. Mitchell)
6-29-1934 New York, New York Victor
24678
There's Yes! Yes! In Your Eyes
(Friend)
3-31-1924 New York, New York Victor
19309
They Call It Dancing
(introducing "The Schoolhouse Blues")

(Irving Berlin)
1-6-1922 New York, New York Victor
18856-B
Three Little Fishies
(Swing Wing)
4-8-1939 New York, New York Decca
2417 A
Three O'Clock in the Morning
(Julian Robledo)
2-16-1955 New York, New York Coral
61403
Three O'Clock in the Morning
(acoustical)

(Julian Robledo)
8-22-1922 New York, New York Victor
18940-A
Three O' Clock in the Morning
(electrical)

(Julian Robledo)
8-25-1926 New York, New York Victor
21599
Three on a Match
(Egan / Fiorito)
8-11-1932 New York, New York Victor
24089
Three Shades of Blue Suite
(Fredie Grofé)
2-16-1928 New York, New York Victor
35952
Tiger Rag
(Nick La Rocca)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Till Tomorrow
(Malneck / Connelly / Campbell)
11-25-1932 New York, New York Victor
24201
To You
Vocal Chorus by Joan Edwards

(Davis / Dorsey / Shapiro)
6-22-1939 New York, New York Decca
2578 B
Together
(Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
1-21-1928 New York, New York Victor
35883-A
Too Much Mustard
(Cecil Macklin)
2-15-1955 New York, New York Coral
57008 (LP)
Top Hat - Medley Part 1
No Strings sung by Durelle Alexander
Isn't It A Lovely Day? sung by Johnny Hauser
Top Hat sung by the King's Men
9-28-1935 New York, New York Victor
36174
Top Hat - Medley Part 2
Cheek To Cheek sung by Ramona
Piccollino sung by The King's Men
9-28-1935 New York, New York Victor
36174
Toselli's Serenade
(Toselli / arranged by Roy Bargy)
4-28-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24017-B
Touch of Your Hand
(Harbach / Kern)
11-3-1933 New York, New York Victor
24453
To You Sweetheart Aloha
(Harry Owens)
1960 New York, New York Grand Award
GA 208 SD (LP)
Trav'lin' Light (Trombone, Skip Layton, vocals, Billie Holiday)
(Mundy / Mercer)
6-12-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
116,
V-Disc 286
Tricks
(Zez Confrey)
7-28-1922 New York, New York Victor
18939-B
Trudy
(Charles Tobias / Al Sherman)
9-3-1926 New York, New York Victor
20177-A
True
(Samuels / Whitcup)
2-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24566
True Love
(Cole Porter)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
Truly
(Davis / Rose)
6-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
18937
Tschaikowskiana
(Fantasy On Tschaikowski Themes)

(arranged by Herman Hand)
6-20-1928 New York, New York Columbia
50113-D
Turn Out the Light
(from "Take A Chance")
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Buddy De Sylva / Vincent Youmann)
11-25-1932 New York, New York Victor
24197
Twelfth Street Rag
(Euday Bowman)
11-26-1920 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Twelfth Street Rag
(Euday Bowman)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Two Little Ruby Rings
(from the Musical Comedy "Daffy Dill")

(Herbert Stothart)
9-1-1922 New York, New York Victor
18950-B
Ty-Tee
(Irving Bilbo)
11-29-1921 New York, New York Victor
18842-B
Ukulele Lady
(Gus Kahn / Richard Whiting)
6-2-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19690-B
Underneath Hawaiian Skies
Introducing "I Never Realized"

(Fred Rose / Melville Gideon)
3-4-1921 New York, New York Victor
18744-A
Underneath the Mellow Moon (acoustical)
(Wendell W. Hall)
1-25-1923 New York, New York Victor
19019-A
Underneath the Mellow Moon (electrical)
(Wendell W. Hall)
2-15-1928 New York, New York Victor
25436
Until My Luck Comes Rolling Along
(from the musical play "Little Nellie Kelly")

(George M. Cohan)
11-23-1922 New York, New York Victor
18988
Valencia (A Song Of Spain) (7) *
(Boyer / Charles / Grey / Padilla)
3-30-1926 New York, New York Victor
*
Valencia
(A Song Of Spain)
(8)
(Boyer / Charles / Grey / Padilla)
3-30-1926 New York, New York Victor
20007-A
Valencia
(Boyer / Charles / Grey / Padilla)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
Vilia
Vocal refrain by Jack Fulton

(Lehar)
9-30-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22885-B
Victor Promo Film
(featuring "Turn Out The Light" by the Whiteman Orchestra)
1931 or 1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
Wagon Wheels 1-16-1934 New York, New York Victor
24517
Wah-Hoo!
(Friend)
2-6-1936 New York, New York Victor
25252
Waiting at the End of the Road
Theme Song from Motion Picture "Hallelujah"

(Irving Berlin)
9-13-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1974-D
Walla-Walla
(Murphy / Robi)
6-18-1924 New York, New York Victor
19389
Wang-Wang Blues (acoustical)
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
8-9-1920 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18694-B
Wang Wang Blues (electrical)
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
9-22-1927 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Wang-Wang Blues (take D1) *
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
2-19-1945 Los Angeles, California Capitol
2999
Wang-Wang Blues (take 1B)
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
2-19-1945 Los Angeles, California Capitol
F2999 (45 RPM)
Washboard Blues (1)
(Hoagy Carmichael / Callaghan)
11-18-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
35877-B
Washboard Blues (4) *
(Hoagy Carmichael / Callaghan)
11-18-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
*
Washboard Blues
(Hoagy Carmichael / Callaghan)
8-30-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
'Way Back Home
(Waring / Lewis)
4-22-1935 New York, New York Victor
25022
'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
(Creamer / Layton)
2-21-1923 New York, New York Victor
19030-A
We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye
Vocal refrain by Mildred Bailey

(Woods)
8-11-1932 New York, New York Victor
24088-B
Weep No More My Mammy
(Lew Pollack)
10-21-1921 New York, New York Victor
18825-A
Well-Digger's Breakdown
(Jimmy Mundy)
2-7-1942 New York, New York Victor
27801-B
Wham (Re-bop-boom-bam)
(Four Modernaires w/Swing Wing)
2-21-1940 New York, New York Decca
3038
What a World This Would Be 7-7-1925 New York, New York Victor
19737-A
What D'ya Say?
(from "George White's Scandals")
(Ben Selvin Orch., issued as PW Orch.)

(Buddy SeSylva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
7-2-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1465-D
What Do You Do Sunday, Mary?
(From the Musical Comedy "Poppy")

(Jones)
9-12-1923 New York, New York Victor
19145-A
What'll I Do?
(Irving Berlin)
3-18-1924 New York, New York Victor
19299-A
What'll I Do?
(Sax Socktette)

(Irving Berlin)
4-7-1939 New York, New York Decca
2698 B
What's the Name of That Song?
(Seymour / Lawhurst)
2-6-1936 New York, New York Victor
25252
When (2)
(Razaf / Schafer / Johnson)
3-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
21338-A
When (3)
(Razaf / Schafer / Johnson)
3-12-1928 New York, New York Victor
21388
When Buddha Smiles
(introducing, "Drifting Along With the Tide")

(Nacio Herb Brown / George Gershwin)
10-27-1921 New York, New York Victor
18839-B
When Day Is Done (1) *
(Robert Katscher)
6-8-1927 New York, New York Victor
*
When Day Is Done (2)
(Robert Katscher)
6-8-1927 New York, New York Victor
35828-A
When Day Is Done
(Robert Ketscher)
8-1956 New York, New York Grand Award
33-901 (LP)
When Hearts Are Young
Introducing, "I'll Follow You To Zanzibar")

(from the musical comedy "The Lady in Ermine")

(Leon Rene / Otis Rene / Clarence Muse)
11-15-1922 New York, New York Victor
18985-A
When I Go A-Dreaming
There's No Place Like Your Arms
From the University of Pennsylvania Production "All Around The Town"

(Clay Boland / Bickley Reichner)
9-20-1938 New York, New York Decca
2076 A
When I Grow Too Old to Dream
Vocal refrain by Bob Lawrence

(Oscar Hammerstein 2nd / Sigmund Romberg)
12-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24844-A
When I'm In Your Arms
(Davis / Burke / Ash)
12-21-1926 Chicago, Illinois Victor
20501-B
When It's Sleepy-Time Down South
(Vocal refrain by Mildred Bailey & the King's Jesters)

(Leon Rene / Otis Rene / Clarence Muse)
10-4-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22828-A
When Love Comes Your Way
(Cole Porter)
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25134
When My Dreams Come True
Theme Song from Motion Picture "Cocoanuts"

(Irving Berlin)
5-3-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1822-D
When the One You Love Loves You
(Irving Berlin)
12-24-1924 New York, New York Victor
19553-B
When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along
(Harry Woods)
9-2-1926 New York, New York Victor
20177-B
When the Sun Bids the Moon Goodnight 4-4-1932 New York, New York Victor
24283
When the World Was New
(Gus Kahn / Roy Bargy / Matt Malneck)
10-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22849
When You're Counting the Stars Alone
(Russell / Rose / Murray)
9-13-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1993-D
When You're In Love
(Blaufass / Donaldson)
3-15-1928 New York, New York Victor
21325
When You're With Somebody Else (1)
(Ruth Etting / L.Wolfe Gilbert)
2-29-1928 New York, New York Victor
21365-B
When You're With Somebody Else (2)
(Ruth Etting / L.Wolfe Gilbert)
2-29-1928 New York, New York Victor
27689
Where Is That Old Girl of Mine? - Driftwood
(Kahn Jones / Gold)
5-2-1924 New York, New York Victor
35744
Where Is the Song of Songs for Me?
(Irving Berlin)
10-6-1928 New York, New York Columbia
1630-D
Where the Dreamy Wabash Flows
(Cliff Friend / Able Baer)
8-13-1924 New York, New York Victor
19428-A
Where the Rainbow Ends
(Grey / Ayer)
5-9-1924 New York, New York Victor
19353-B
Where's My Sweetie Hiding?
(Malie / Britt / Little / Finch)
12-19-1924 New York, New York Victor
19546-A
While a Cigarette Was Burning
(Vocal Chorus by Joan Edwards)

(Charles Kenny / Nick Kenny)
9-20-1938 New York, New York Decca
2083 B
Whispering (acoustical)
(John Schonberger)
8-23-1920 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18690-A
Whispering (electrical)
(John Schonberger)
2-15-1928 New York, New York Victor
21731-A
Whispering
(John Schonberger)
7-1-1954 New York, New York Coral
61228
Whiteman Stomp (1) *
(Jo Trent / Fats Waller)
8-11-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
*
Whiteman Stomp (2)
(Jo Trent / Fats Waller)
8-11-1927 Camden, New Jersey Victor
21119-A
Who Do You Love?
(Klages / Frey / Rich)
3-9-1927 New York, New York Victor
20784
Whoa! Nellie
(Gould)
9-5-1924 New York, New York Victor
19641
Why Did I Kiss That Girl?
(Brown / King / Henderson)
2-1-1924 New York, New York Victor
19267-A
Why Do I Love You?
(Introducing "Kickin' the Clouds Away")

(Buddy De Sylva / George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
5-5-1925 Camden, New Jersey Victor
19682
Why Do You Roll Those Eyes
(introducing "Blowin' the Blues Away" from Americana)

(Ryskind / Gershwin / Charig)
9-9-1926 New York, New York Victor
20197-A
Why Is Love?
(Grey / Coots)
7-9-1925 New York, New York Victor
19726
Why Shouldn't I?
(Cole Porter)
9-7-1935 New York, New York Victor
25134
Willow, Weep for Me
Vocal refrain by Irene Taylor

(Ronell)
11-17-1932 New York, New York Victor
24187-A
Willow, Weep for Me; Take Me in Your Arms; In the Dim, Dim Dawning (LP session)
(Ronell)
11-25-1932 New York, New York Victor
L-16017
Wistful and Blue
(Etting / Davidson)
12-22-1926 Chicago, Illinois Victor
20418-B
Without a Song
(Rose / Eliscu / Youmans)
10-9-1929 New York, New York Columbia
2023-D
Without You 12-28-1922 New York, New York Victor
(rejected)
Wonderful One (acoustical)
(Maravilloso Vals)
1-25-1923 New York, New York Victor
19019-B
Wonderful One (electrical)
(Maravilloso Vals)
2-13-1928 New York, New York Victor
24105
Wonderful One
(Maravilloso Vals)
1959 New York, New York Grand Award
33-412 (LP)
Would There Be Love? 1-23-1935 New York, New York Victor
24887
Yes, Sir! That's My Baby / If You Knew Susie / Kitten on the Keys 4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
You are the Song 2-7-1933 New York, New York Victor
24238-B
You Brought a New Kind of Love
(Kahal / Fain / Norman)
3-23-1930 Hollywood, California Columbia
2171-D
You Forgot to Remember
(Irving Berlin)
7-9-1925 New York, New York Victor
19726
You Forgot to Remember
(Irving Berlin)
4-11-1926 London, England HMV
(rejected)
(You Forgot To) Remember
(Irving Berlin)
6-13-1939 New York, New York Decca
2691
You Remind Me of My Mother
(from the musical comedy "Little Nellie Kelly")

(George M. Cohen)
8-22-1922 New York, New York Victor
18949
You Took Advantage of Me
(From "Present Arms")

(Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers)
4-25-1928 New York, New York Victor
21398
You Were Never Lovelier
(From Columbia Picture "You Were Never Lovelier")

(Kern / Mercer)
6-12-1942 Los Angeles, California Capitol
116
You Won't Be Sorry
(Earl Burnett / Louis Marcasie)
3-30-1922 New York, New York Victor
18901-B
You'll Always Be the Same Sweetheart
(Tobias / DeRose / Burke)
8-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24097-B
You'll Never Get Up to Heaven That Way 4-4-1932 New York, New York Victor
24287
You'll Never, Never Know I Care
(Miles / Robi / Williams)
1950s New York, New York Waldorf Music Hall MH 3333 (LP)
You're an Old Smoothie
(De Sylva / Whiting / Brown)
12-8-1932 New York, New York Victor
24202
You're Driving Me Crazy
(Walter Donaldson)
7-1-1954 New York, New York Coral
61228
You're Telling Me
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
9-26-1932 New York, New York Victor
24140
You're The Sweetest Girl (introducing "What Could Be Sweeter?")
(Marion Sanford)
6-16-1921 Camden, New Jersey Victor
18787
You're the Top
(Cole Porter)
10-26-1934 New York, New York Victor
24769
Your Land and My Land
(From the Musical Play "My Maryland")

(Donnelly / Romberg)
3-3-1927 New York, New York Victor
20505-A
Your Mother and Mine
(Edwards / Goodwin)
5-16-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1845-D
* - Not issued originally. Issued at a later date on LP or CD.
Artist Instrument
Oscar Alder Violin
Durelle Alexander Vocals
Bob Alexy Trumpet
The American Quartet Vocals
Maurice Ancher Violin
Al Armer Brass Bass, String Bass
Harry Azinsky Violin
Mildred Bailey Vocals
Della Baker Vocals
Elsie Baker Vocals
George Bamford Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Flute
Roy Bargy Piano, Arranger
George Barnes Guitar
Max Barr Violin
Harry Barris Piano, Vocals
Jack Barsby Brass Bass
Teddy Bartell Trumpet
Franklyn Baur Vocals
Bix Beiderbecke Cornet
Jack Bell Flute
Walter Bell Bassoon
Bunny Berigan Trumpet
Vic Berton Drums
Saul Blumenthal Violin
Benny Bonacio Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Abe Borodkin Cello
Herb Borodkin Viola
Perry Botkin Guitar
John Bowman Violin, Viola
Jimmy Brierly Vocals
Jerry Brooks Trumpet
Steve Brown String Bass
The Brox Sisters Vocals
Henry Busse Trumpet
Billy Butterfield Trumpet
Hale Byers Clarinet, Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone
Bobby Byrne Trombone
Al Caiolla Guitar
Al Campbell Vocals
Vincent Capone Flute
Hoagy Carmichael Guest Piano, Vocals
Edmund Carradi Violin
Jim Cassidy Trombone
Bill Challis Piano, Arranger
Fritz Ciccone Guitar
Don Clark Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone
Helen Clark Vocals
Norman Clark Vocals
Murray Cohan Oboe
Leon Cohen Saxophone
Fred Cook Violin
John Cordaro Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Sax, Tenor Saxophone
Bing Crosby Vocals
Frank Croxton Vocals
Rube Crozier Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, English Horn, Flute
Boyce Cullen Trombone, Vocals
Bob Cusumano Trumpet
Chick Dahlsten Trombone
Bernard Daly Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Danny d'Andrea Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Ken Darby Vocals
Ramona Davies Piano, Vocals
Vaughn de Leath Vocals
Clarke Dennis Vocals
Phil Dewey Vocals
Kurt Dieterle Violin
Vic d'Ippolito Trumpet
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Cornet
Tommy Dorsey Trombone, Trumpet
Art Drellinger Tenor Saxophone
Al Duffy Violin
Jack Eaton Violin
Walt Edelstein Violin
Abe Edison Cello
Joan Edwards Vocals
N. M. Fargarson Flute
Max Farley Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Flute
Morey Feld Drums
Harold Feldman Various Reeds
Frank Ferara Steel Guitar
Herman Fink Drums
Bob Fishelson Trumpet
George Ford Flute
The Four Modernaires Vocals
Fred Fradkin Violin
Anthony Franchini Guitar
Sal Franzella Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Izzy Friedman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Jack Fulton Trombone, Vocals, Vocaphone
Al Gallodoro Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Frank Gallodoro Various Reeds
Charles Gaylord Violin, Vocals
Paul Geil Trumpet
George Gershwin Piano
Wilfred Glenn Vocals
Fred Glickman Violin
Harry Goldfield Trumpet
Larry Gomar Drums, Vibraphone
Ross Gorman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tommy Gott Trumpet
Gloria Grafton Vocals
Vincent Grande Trombone
Emanuel Green Violin
Irving Greenwald Alto Saxophone
Ferdie Grofe Piano, Arranger
Jose Gutierrez Trombone
Wilbur Hall Trombone, Guitar, Banjo, Vocals
Charles Harrison Vocals
Lenny Hartman Tenor Saxophone
John Hause Vocals
John Hauser Vocals
Herbie Haymer Tenor Saxophone
Lennie Hayton Piano, Celeste
Chester Hazlett Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone
Peggy Healy Vocals
Walter Hegner Various Reeds
Sammy Heiss Brass Bass
Julius Held Violin
Gus Helleberg Brass Bass
Jack Henderson Tenor Saxophone
V. Hold Vocals
Billie Holiday Guest Vocals
Allan Holt Vocals
Frank Howard Vocals
Fritz Hummel Trombone
Mildred Hunt Vocals
Ena Indermauer Vocals
Lewis James Vocals
Buster Johnson Trombone
Howard Kay Violin
Nat Kazebier Trumpet
Monty Kelly Trumpet
Eddie King Organ, Sleigh Bells
The King's Jesters Vocals
The King's Men Vocals
Manny Klein Trumpet
Olive Kline Vocals
Carl Kress Guitar, Banjo
Don Lamond Drummer
Otto Landau Violin
Eddie Lang Guitar, Banjo
Jeannie Lang Vocals
Henry Lange Piano
Bob Lawrence Vocals
Rollo Laylan Drums
Skip Layton Trombone
Min Leibrook Bass Saxophone, Brass Bass
Craig Leitch Vocals
W. Lennartz Cello
Frank Leoncavallo Cello
Jack Lesberg String Bass
Sam Lewis Trombone
Rosa Linda Piano
Fud Livingston Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Mundell Lowe Guitar
Warren Luce Slide Whistle
Bud Lynn Vocals
Tom Macey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Frank Magnoni Violin
Matt Malneck Violin, Viola
Wingy Manone Vocals
Charles Margulis Trumpet
George Marsh Drums
Chet Martin Drums
Hal Matthews Trombone
Roy Maxon Trombone
Red Mayer Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Flute, Piccolo, Oboe, Bassoon
Bob Mayhew Trumpet, Cornet
Jack Mayhew Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Nye Mayhew Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
??? Mazzuchi Violin
Ray McDermott Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Harold McDonald Drums, Vibraphone
Murray McEachern Trombone
Red McKenzie Vocals
Hal McLean Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Oboe
Norman McPherson Brass Bass
Johnny Mercer Vocals
Art Miller String Bass
Dolly Mitchell Vocals
Miff Mole Trombone
Joe Mooney Piano-Accordion
Don Moore Trumpet
Jimmy Morreale Trumpet
Gus Mueller Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Lambert Murphy Vocals
Billy Murray Vocals
Nat Natoli Trumpet
Larry Neill Trumpet
Dave Newman Violin
Red Nichols Trumpet
Red Norvo Xylophone
Rudy Novak Trumpet
Donald Novis Vocals
Phil Ohman Piano
Pierre Olker Brass Bass
S. Pasternack Viola
Ben Pellman Violin
Leonard Pennario Piano
Harry Perella Piano, Celeste
Mario Perry Piano-Accordion, Violin
Leo Pevsner Violin
Fred Pfaff Brass Bass
The Pickens Sisters Vocals
Max Pilzer Violin
Eddie Pinder Trumpet
Mike Pingitore Banjo, Guitar
Vincent Pirro Piano-Accordion, Piano
Milton Prinz Cello
Herb Quigley Drums
Bill Rank Trombone
Casper Reardon Harp
Harry Reser Banjo
Milt Rettenberg Celeste
The (New) Rhythm Boys Vocals
The (Original) Rhythm Boys Vocals
Aldo Ricci Violin
Gladys Rice Vocals
Tom Richley Drums
Al Rinker Vocals
Paul Robeson Vocals
Willard Robison Piano
Willie Rodriguez Drums
Ruth Rogers Vocals
The Rollickers Vocals
The Romancers Vocals
Tony Romano Guitar
The Rondoliers Quartet Vocals
Joe Rosenblatt Cello
Sam Rubinowitch Saxophone
Joe Rushton Bass Saxophone
Mischa Russell Violin
Art Ryerson Guitar
Tom Satterfield Piano, Cello
Jules Schacter Violin
Harold Schaer Tenor Saxophone
Bill Schumann Cello
Bill Seckler Vocals
Andy Secrest Cornet
Artie Shapiro String Bass
E. Lyle Sharpe Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Ed Shaughnessey Drums
Elliott Shaw Vocals
Frank Siegrist Trumpet
Frank Signorelli Piano
Charlie Small Trombone
Ed Smalle Vocals
Elmer Smithers Trombone
Southern Fall Colored Quartet Vocals
John Sperzel Brass Bass, Vocals
Robert Spokaney Violin
Ed Stannard Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Charles Strickfaden Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Oboe, English Horn
Harry Struble Violin
Dana Suesse Piano
Irene Taylor Vocals
Charlie Teagarden Trumpet
Jack Teagarden Trombone, Vocals
Allan Thompson Trombone
George Tjordy Violin
Mabel Todd Vocals
Gilbert Torres Guitar
Mike Trafficante Brass Bass, String Bass
Ricky Trent Trumpet
Frankie Trumbauer C-melody Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone, Clarinet, Bassoon
Raymond Turner Piano, Celeste
Jean Vance Vocals
Joe Venuti Violin
Frank Victor Guitar
The Vocordians Vocals
Don Waddilove Trumpet
Eddie Wade Trumpet
Carl Wagner Brass Bass
Harry Walker Viola
Bart Wallace Trumpet
Ezell Watson Saxophone
Buddy Weed Piano
Jerry Weiner Saxophone
Alvy West Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
George Wettling Drums
Bob White Drums
Paul Whiteman Leader, Conductor, Violin
Earl Wild Piano
Herb Winfield Trombone
Austin "Skin" Young Violin, Vocals
Sam Zimberlist Viola
Sol Zimberlist Cello
Fritz Zimmerman Yodeling
Moe Zudecoff (Buddy Morrow) Trombone
Title Director Year
King Of Jazz John Murray Anderson 1930
Thanks A Million Roy Del Ruth 1935
Strike Up the Band Busby Berkeley 1940
Atlantic City Ray McCarey 1944
Rhapsody in Blue Irving Rapper 1945
The Fabulous Dorseys Alfred E. Green 1947