Walter Anderson and his Golden Pheasant Hoodlums got their name from the Golden Pheasant Cafe on 6th Street in Minneapolis.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
After I've Called You Sweetheart 10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Bell
568
After I've Called You Sweetheart 10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Challenger
15362
After I've Called You Sweetheart 10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6265-A
Alabama Stomp
(Creamer / Johnson)
9-23-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6342
Call Of The South
Vocal refrain by Chas. Forsythe and James Kelly

(Berlin)
10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6266-B
Melancholy
(Creamer / Johnson)
9-23-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6265-B
Mokus 10-7-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6342
Rain 10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Bell
569
Rain 10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6279
Sugar Foot Strut
(Pierce / Meyers / Schwab)
9-29-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6278
The Torch 10-22-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6266-A
What'll We Do For Dough? 10-7-1927 St. Paul, Minnesota Gennett
6279
Artist Instrument
Walter Anderson Drums, Director
Les Becker Banjo, Guitar
Eddie Bratton Trumpet
Chas. Forsythe Vocals
Gordie Green Bass Brass
Norman Hendrickson Trombone
Dick Hall Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
James Kelly Vocals
Arthur Swaline Piano