By Tim Gracyk
from the book "Popular American Recording Pioneers 1895 -1925." If you would like to order a copy of this book, click here for details.

Isham Jones led one of the finest dance bands of the 1920s and wrote many hits, notably "It Had To Be You," "I'll See You In My Dreams," " Swingin' Down the Lane," and "The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else." He was born in Coalton, Ohio, but grew up in Saginaw, Michigan. The September 1923 issue of the sheet music publication Melody includes an article about his early years (the article itself is based on an interview Jones gave to the Boston Post). He had worked in coal mines leading blind mules. Jones's father, originally from Arkansas, played fiddle and was an important musical influence. The son took up fiddling and led a small band at a local Methodist church. He even played fiddle at work while driving his mule with its string of coal cars. His attention to his instrument evidently distracted him enough one day for a train to crash into a shaft door, frightening him so much that he never returned to the coal pit. He devoted himself to music. A Saginaw music publisher was first to print sheet music bearing the name Isham Jones, his earliest known published composition being "Midsummer Evenings," from 1906. He would not enjoy success as a composer for another dozen years.

Click Here To OrderIsham, pronounced "eye- sham," moved to Chicago in 1915 and continued composing, often working in the World War I period with lyricist Olaf ("Ole") Olsen, a member of Jones's early Chicago band (later, in 1926, Ole Olsen and His Orchestra recorded three titles for Pathé Actuelle). One of their works from 1917 is among the first songs to refer to the new music called "jass." Actually, the spelling used is even more unorthodox: the song is "That's Jaz!" Possibly the songwriters had not seen the word "jazz" (or "jass") in print when they wrote the song. Its lyrics refer to saxophones and banjos, so the writers did not have the Original Dixieland Jass Band (ODJB) specifically in mind though they would have known the sensation the band made in Chicago in 1916. It is possible that Jones's own band at the time featured saxophones and banjos.

The first Isham Jones tune to be recorded was probably the comic "Oh! Min!" It is sung by Edward Meeker on Blue Amberol 3514, issued in August 1918. Another 1918 composition by Isham Jones is "Indigo Blues," recorded by Ford Dabney's Band in early 1919 and issued on Aeolian-Vocalion 12097 in April, backed by the ODJB's "Oriental Jazz."

After serving in the military in 1918, Jones returned to Chicago and joined a dance hall orchestra that would eventually take his name. He learned to play C melody saxophone at this time but switched to tenor saxophone by 1920. Eventually conducting pressures forced him to give up playing in the band itself though his band always featured a strong saxophone section.

According to the Melody profile, Jones and his musicians were given the option in the early 1920s of royalties or steady salaries. Jones himself opted for royalties and by September 1923 had received $800,000. If this account is accurate, it means that Jones was wealthy before penning his most successful compositions.

The name on early discs, "Isham Jones Rainbo Orchestra," reflects the band's engagement at Chicago's famous dance palace known as the Rainbo Gardens, operated by Fred and Al Mann at the intersection of North Clark Street and Lawrence Avenue (Frank Westphal succeeded Jones and recorded his Rainbo Orchestra in Chicago by early 1922--Ralph Williams followed with his Rainbo Orchestra in late 1924, his first record issued by Victor in January 1925). Talking Machine World establishes that in mid-1921 Jones regularly played at the Marigold Gardens (817 West Grace Street, west of Broadway), operated by brothers named Eitel. The band toured heavily by 1921--in early February 1921 it had been featured in Ziegfeld's "Midnight Frolic" on the Amsterdam Roof in New York City. Around 1922 the band took up residency at the Hotel Sherman's College Inn, remaining as its main attraction until February 1925, when Vincent Lopez's band replaced Jones's. It played elsewhere in Chicago after long engagements at the College Inn. For example, in mid-1923 it played for six weeks at the new Trianon Dance Palace.

The Isham Jones Orchestra was a Chicago institution from 1920 to 1925. It was also important to the Brunswick- Balke-Collender Company, from mid-1920 to 1932 recording exclusively and frequently for the company, from its entry into the American disc market until after Warner Brothers acquired Brunswick's record division. The Chicago-based Brunswick company and Jones matured together. He even shared ownership of a shop that carried Brunswick products exclusively. Page 155 of the June 1922 issue of Talking Machine World reports the opening of the Isham Jones Brunswick Shop in Saginaw, Michigan. Other co-owners were Gerald Marks (a composer and, like Isham Jones, once a Saginaw resident), Thomas Jones, and Frank Jones.

During Brunswick's first year as a maker of discs, artists--including Jones--had sessions in the company's New York City studio, but page 135 of the July 1921 issue of Talking Machine World indicates that the company was eager to accommodate the Chicago-based Jones: "The Brunswick-Balke- Collender Co., after months of preliminary preparation, has opened an experimental laboratory and recording room on the sixth floor of its Chicago headquarters. The object of this laboratory is to record the work of Isham Jones and other Western talent...This is the first time that a permanent laboratory of this kind has been established in Chicago. Heretofore any recording laboratory in Chicago was but a temporary affair."

Some early Jones discs were issued in Brunswick's prestige series, which began at 5000 (purple labels were used). A few Jones performances were issued in both the prestige series and the regular popular series. For example, "Look For The Silver Lining" was issued on Brunswick 5045 and 2224.

Jones used fewer instruments on Brunswick records than Paul Whiteman used on Victor discs of this period. According to the June-July 1924 issue of Jacobs' Orchestra Monthly, band members at that time were pianist Roy Bargy (he replaced Al Eldridge), trombonist Carroll Martin (he also served as arranger), second trombonist William McVey, violinist Leo Murphy, second violinist Arthur J. Vanasek, cornetist Louis Panico, saxophonist H. E. Maulding, banjoist Charles McNeill, tuba and Sousaphone player John Kuhn (formerly with Sousa's Band), and drummer Joe Frank.

In Chicago Jazz (Oxford University Press, 1993), William Howland Kenney states that Jones "refused to label his music 'jazz,'" preferring "that his music be called 'American Dance Music.'" Kenney's source is a 1924 issue of Etude. While it is true that Jones's was not a jazz ensemble, some hot performances notwithstanding, Jones speaks of his music as jazz in the previously mentioned Melody article. If Jones rejected the term "jazz" and embraced "American Dance Music," it happened around 1924. The 1923 Melody article cites his advice for those wishing "to start a jazz band of your own," beginning with this tip: "First of all, you must have musicians--real musicians...Gone are the days when a jazz band was an aggregation of jugglers who gave more pleasure to the eye than to the ear."

Incredibly popular from late 1921 was the orchestra's version of the Ringle-Meinken song "Wabash Blues" featuring the "laughing" cornet of Louis Panico, who joined the ensemble around mid-1921. Panico eventually left to begin his own band at Chicago's Guyon's Paradise.

Jones's band provided accompaniment for many Brunswick stars, including Marion Harris and Al Jolson. Jones recorded for Brunswick many of his own compositions, including "On the Alamo" (2245, 1922), "Ivy (Cling To Me)" (5177 and 2365, 1922), "Broken Hearted Melody" (2343, 1922), "Swingin' Down the Lane" (2438, 1923), "Spain" (2600, 1924), "It Had To Be You" (2614, 1924), "I'll See You In My Dreams" (2788, 1925), and "Ida- -I Do" (2915, 1925). For "I'll See You In My Dreams," Jones conducts Ray Miller's Orchestra, another of Brunswick's popular dance bands.

He finally moved from Chicago to New York City. On March 1, 1925, Jones was given a testimonial dinner and reception at the Park Lane Hotel by music publishers. On March 6, Jones and his orchestra opened the Rue de la Paix, a nightclub possibly owned by Jones himself at 247 West 54th Street in Manhattan. Page 35 of the May 1925 issue of Talking Machine World reports that on April 25, 1925, the formal opening of the Brunswick Salon on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan was broadcast on station WJZ, adding, "This was the first appearance of the Isham Jones aggregation before the [radio] microphone." He remained popular after Brunswick converted to its electrical "Light-Ray" recording system.

The band leader switched to Victor in 1932 (it was not a propitious time for a label change since all record companies were hit hard by the Depression at this time--his Victor records sold poorly), then to Decca in 1934, with clarinetist Woody Herman joining for Decca sessions. One of Jones's last bands to make 78 rpm records was called Isham Jones' Juniors on Decca. In 1936 it contained the basic personnel for the band led by Woody Herman. Later Isham Jones ("and his Famous Orchestra") cut numbers for Coast Records, including "I'll Never Have To Dream Again" backed by "The One I Love" (8025), vocals by Curt Massey. With Marilyn Thorne as vocalist, the Isham Jones Orchestra also recorded for the obscure Bantam label. He died in Hollywood, California.

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TitleRecording DateRecording LocationCompany
A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet
(Gus Kahn / Harry Woods)
10-13-1932 New York, New York Victor
24161
After The Rain
(Kahn / Sizemore / Shrigley)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2243-A
After The Storm
(Nelson)
4-25-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2614-B
Aggravatin' Papa
(Roy Turk / J. Russel Robinson)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2400-B
Ain't Cha Glad?
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
8-28-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor 24394
Alabamy Bound
(B.G. DeSylva / Bud Green / Ray Henderson)
1-16-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2789-B
Alice In Wonderland
(from the Paramount film "Alice In Wonderland)"

(Robin / Tiomkin / Finsion)
1-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24516-A
All Mine Almost
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
1-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24595
All She'd Say Was "Umh Hum"
(Zany / Emery / Van / Schenck)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5052-B
All Wrong
(Martin / Jones)
5-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2471-B
Always In My Heart
(Forever On My Mind)

(Fred J. Coots / Roy Turk)
9-2-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24118
A Million Dreams 10-13-1932 New York, New York Victor
24162
A New Moon Is Over My Shoulder 7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
A Tree Was A Tree
(Mack Gordon / Harry Revel)
2-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24246
And Still I Care
(Edward Heyman / Jack Mason)
8-17-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24098
Are You Playing Fair?
(Cohen / Siegrist)
7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2314
At Peace With The World
(Irving Berlin)
5-10-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3199-A
Aunt Hagar's Children Blues
(Tim Bryman / W.C. Handy)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2358-B
Away Down South 7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2302
Baby Blue Eyes
(Hirsh / Jessel / Greer)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2388-B
Be Still, My Heart!
Vocal Chorus by Joe Martin

(Flynn / Egan)
10-11-1934 New York, New York Decca
261 B
Believe It, Beloved
Vocal Chorus by Eddie Stone

(Johnson / Whiting / Schwartz)
12-6-1934 New York, New York Decca
327 A
Beside The Sunset Trail
(Whitting / Goodhart / Hoffman)
9-13-1932 New York, New York Victor
24134
Birdie
(Keyes / Crawford)
5-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois or New York, New York Brunswick
2286-A
Black Magic 8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
493 A
Blue Evening Blues
(Fred Rose / Art Kahn / Vic Berton)
2-22-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2578
Blue Hoosier Blues
(Cliff Friend / Jack Meskill / Abel Baer)
5-3-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2456-B
Blue Lament (Cry For Me)
(Joe Bishop / Dave Franklin)
7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24695-B
Blue Lament (Cry For Me)
(Joe Bishop / Dave Franklin)
9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
569 A
Blue Prelude
(Joe Bishop)
4-6-1933 New York, New York Victor
24298-A
Blue Room
(Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Bluebird 6449
Blue Room
(Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
493 B
Broken-Hearted Melody (waltz)
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2343
Bubbles In The Wine
(Nick A.Kenny / Isham Jones)
3-7-1934 New York, New York Victor
24589
Burning Sands
(Meskill / Onivas)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2358-A
By The Sapphire Sea
(Ted Snyder)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2245
By The Shalimar
(Koehler / Magine / Delbridge)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2420-A
By The Silvery Nile
(Yellen / Johnson)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2242
China Boy (Go Sleep)
(Dick Winfree / Phil Boutelje)
5-10-1934 New York, New York Bluebird 6449
China Boy (Go Sleep)
(Dick Winfree / Phil Boutelje)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
443 A
Coal Black Mammy 7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2302
Cotton Pickers' Ball 10-11-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2548
Cryin' For You
(Hart A. Wand / Lloyd Garret)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2400-A
Dallas Blues
(Hart A. Wand / Lloyd Garret)
5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24649
Dallas Blues
(Hart A. Wand / Lloyd Garret)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
569 B
Dancing Fool
(Snyder)
7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2311-B
Dancing On The Ceiling
(Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
1-2-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6247
Danger
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
3-12-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2894
Darkness On The Delta
(Symes / Neiberg / Livingston)
12-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24209
Darling
Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman

(Oppenheim / Siras / Emmerich)
10-30-1935 New York, New York Decca
610 B
Dearest
(Davis / Akst)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2388-A
Do I Love You? 5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24643-B
Do You Ever Think Of Me?
(Burtnell)
1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5049
Dog On The Piano
(Shapiro)
4-25-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2646
Doin' The Uptown Lowdown
(Mack Gordon / Harry Revel)
10-3-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24409
Don't Bring Me Posies
(McCabe / Jennings / Rose)
5-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois or New York, New York Brunswick
2274-B
Don't Cry, Swanee
(Jolson / De Sylva / Conrad)
5-1-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2444
Don't Let It Happen Again 9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
171 B
Don't Let Your Love Go Wrong 5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24628
Don't Mention Love To Me
From R.K.O. Radio Picture "In Person"
Vocal Chorus by Eddie Stone

(Levant / Fields)
10-30-1935 New York, New York Decca
610 A
Don't Tell Her What Happened To Me
(Buddy DeSyva / Lew Brown / Ray Henderson)
9-8-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
1003-A
Doo Wacka Doo
(Gaskill / Donaldson / Horther)
11-21-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2767-B
Down A Carolina Lane 2-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24246
Down A Long, Long Road
(Margot Miffham / John Mercer)
8-28-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24395
Down Among The Sheltering Palms 5-16-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6338
Down Among The Sleepy Hills Of Tennessee
(Young / Lewis / Meyer)
5-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2444
Dream Of Me
(Hickman / Black / Jerome)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5069-B
Drifting Apart 12-18-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
2993
Easy Melody
(Conley / Rodemich)
10-9-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2500-A
Eleanor
(Lamb / Deppen)
7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2313
Emaline (intro. "Juanita") 7-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Everyone Says "I Love You" (from the Paramount Picture "Horse Feathers")
(Bert Kalmar / Harry Ruby)
9-2-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24118
Ev'ry Time That I Look At You
From the Republic's Picture "Dancing Feet"
Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman

(Sam H. Stept / Sidney Mitchell)
2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
695 B
Farewell Blues
(Paul Mares / Leon Roppolo / Elmer Schoebel)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2406-B
Feedin' The Kitty
(Roy Bargy)
9-15-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2776-B
Feeling That Way 10-8-1929 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4595
Foolin' Around
(Ross)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2420-B
Fools In Love
Vocal Chorus by Billy Scott

(Mowman / Agnew)
5-7-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6322
For All We Know
(Fred J. Coots / Samuel M. Lewis)
7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24681-B
For All We Know
(Fred J. Coots / Samuel M. Lewis)
9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
170 A
Forgetful Blues
(Fred Rose / Fred Hamm / Henry Winston)
10-10-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2531-B
Four Or Five Times
(Wellman / Gay)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
300 A
Frankie And Johnnie
(Leighton / Shields)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2423-B
Frankie And Johnnie 10-21-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
3695
From Now On 7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24682
Georgia Jubilee
(Arthur Schutt / Benny Goodman)
7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24701
Get Lucky
(Roy Bargy)
9-15-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2678-B
Good Evenin'
(Seymour / O'Flynn / Hoffman)
9-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4909
Good Luck Sweetheart 7-24-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24367
Goodbye Again 10-3-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24437
Goodnight, Sweet Dreams 3-31-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6096
Got The Jitters
(Webster / Rose / Loeb)
12-15-1933 New York, New York Victor
24496
Got The South In My Soul
(Washington / Young / Wiley)
5-7-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6349
Gotta Getta Girl
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
10-17-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2750-A
Greenwich Witch
(Zez Confrey)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
5177
Headin' For Home
(Johnson / Jones)
10-1-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2979-A
Henpecked Blues
(Jules Buffano)
5-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2479-B
Here Come the British
Vocal Chorus by Ed Stone

(Mercer / Hanighen)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
168 B
High Brown Blues 5-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois or New York, New York Brunswick
2271-B
Honest And Truly
(Rose / Wood)
11-21-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2767-A
Honestly
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
2-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24255-B
Hula Lou
(Yellen / Charles / King)
1-17-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2557-B
I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreaming
(Dave Franklin)
3-30-1934 New York, New York Victor
24606
I Can't Believe It's True
(Bernie / Jones / Newman)
5-16-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6308-B
I Can't Realize (You Love Me)
(Buddy De Sylva / Walter Donaldson)
1-16-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2833
I Couldn't Tell Them What To Do 7-24-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24366
I Do! 4-6-1933 New York, New York Victor
24295
I Double Dare You
(Shand / Eaton)
12-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3920
I Hate Myself (For Being So Mean To You)
(Davis / Young / Ager)
1-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24595
I Just Wanna Be Known As "Susie's Feller"
(Brown / Dreyer)
9-21-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3333-B
I Keep Remembering (Someone That I Should Forget) 9-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4985
I Knew You When
(Herb Magidson / J. Fred Coots)
3-7-1934 New York, New York Victor
24583
I Know Now
From "The Singing Marine"

(Dubin / Warren)
4-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3532
Perfect
7-06-08
I Lost My Heart In Monterey
(When I Found You)

(Egan / Rose / Whiting)
9-21-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3333-A
I Love My Baby
(Green / Warren)
12-28-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3015-B
I Never Had A Chance 9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
169
I Never Realized
(Introducing "Two Sweet Lips")

(Gideon / Ager)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5048-B
In The Land Of Shady Palm Trees
(Lyman / Arnheim / Freed)
4-24-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2600
I Only Found You For Somebody Else
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
8-17-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24116
I Only Have Eyes For You
From "Dames"
Vocal Chorus by John Martin

(Harry Warren / Al Dubin)
9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
168 A
I Wanna Be In Winchell's Column
From "Love And Hisses"

(Gordon / Revel)
11-5-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3862
I Want Somebody To Cheer Me Up 12-27-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
2993
I Want To Be Known As Susie's Feller
(Brown / Dreyer)
New York, New York Brunswick
3333
I Want You - I Need You
(From Paramount Film "I'm No Angel")

(Ben Ellison / Harvey Brooks)
10-3-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24421
I Wonder If You Still Care For Me?
(Ted Snyder)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5067-A
I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight?
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
12-17-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3022
I Wouldn't Change You For The World 8-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6202
Ida - I Do
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
5-16-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2915-B
If I Should Lose You 10-30-1935 New York, New York Decca
605 B
If I Were Only Sure Of You
(Kenny / Silver)
5-7-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6349
If It Ain't Love
(Andy Razaf / Don Redman / Fats Waller)
2-28-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6270
If We Should Never Meet Again
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones / Gerald Marks)
9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
219 B
If You Were Only Mine
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
5-7-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6322
I'll Be Blue, Just Thinking Of You
(From Now On)

(George Whiting / Pete Wendling)
9-8-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4914
I'll Never Have To Dream Again (waltz)
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
9-2-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24134
I'll See You In My Dreams
Vocal chorus by Frank Bessinger

(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
12-4-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2788-A
I'm Back In Love Again
(Cliff Friend)
2-5-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
3461-B
I'm Bidding My Buddy Goodbye 3-31-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6096
I'm Happy When You're Jealous 8-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6204
I'm Sitting On Top Of The World
(Lewis / Young )
12-27-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3022
I'm So Afraid Of You 1-7-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6041
I'm Tired Of Everything But You
(Isham Jones)
6-5-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2933-A
In Blue Bird Land
(Williams / Short)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2242
In My Heart, It's You
(Charles O'Flynn / Max Rich / Al Hoffman)
9-8-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4914
In The Land Of Shady Palm Trees
(Abe Lyman / Arnheim / Freed)
4-24-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
In The Land Of Smiling Waters 7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2323
Indian Love Call
From "Rose Marie"

(Harbach / Hammerstein / Friml)
1-16-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2789-A
Infatuation 3-7-1934 New York, New York Victor
24583
Isn't It Swell To Dream? 8-28-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24395
It Had To Be You
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
4-24-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2614-A
It Isn't Fair
(Himbler / Warshauer / Spingato)
7-24-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24367
It Made You Happy When You Made Me Cry
(Walter Donaldson)
9-29-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3335-A
It Must Be Love 3-10-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3499
It's Funny To Everyone But Me
(Dave Franklin / Isham Jones)
3-30-1934 New York, New York Victor
24606
It's Love 8-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6204
It's Sunday Down In Caroline
(Symes / Maiburg / Levinson)
4-6-1933 New York, New York Victor
24295
It's The Blues
(Grainger / Goldkette / Crozier)
12-28-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3027
It's Winter Again
(Freed / Hoffman / Goodhart)
12-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24207
I've Found A New Baby
(Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
262 A
I've Got A New Lease On Love 4-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3544
I've Got A Warm Spot In My Heart For You
(Johnny Burks / Harold Spina)
5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24633-B
Ivy (Cling To Me) 11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2365
Japanese Moon 7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2323
Jealousy
(Joseph Bishop)
7-24-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24388
Jimtown Blues
(Rose / Davis)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
300 B
June Moon
(Joe Lyons / Frank Magine / Charley Straight)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5067-B
Junk Man
(Frank Loesser / Joseph Meyer)
1-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24519
Just A Little Love Song
(Young / Lewis / Cooper)
1-2-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5084-A
Just Born To Be Lonesome 4-6-1933 New York, New York Victor
24298-B
Just To Remind You
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
3-10-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3486
Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now
Vocal Chorus by Dusty Rhoades

(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
2-28-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6277
Lady Of The Nile
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
1-16-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2833
Land O'Lingo Blues
(Billy Meyers / Emer Schoebel)
9-16-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2738
Let Me Linger Longer In Your Arms
(Friend / Baer)
6-5-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2915-A
Let That Be A Lesson To You 1-2-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Life Begins When You're in Love
From Columbia Picture "The Music Goes Round"
Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman

(Victor Scherteinger / Harry Richman / Lew Brown)
2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
704 A
Life's So Complete
(Richard Himber / Johnny Mercer)
10-3-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24437
Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day
(Sigler / Hoffman / Wayne)
5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24633-A
Little You Know
(Young / Ager / Schwartz)
8-28-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24407
Lonesome Lover 12-15-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Louisville Lady
(Hill / DeRose)
7-24-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
Love Bird
(Earl / Fiorito)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5048-A
Love Is Just A Flower 10-10-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2508-B
Lovin' Lady 3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Ma
(Conrad)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5065-A
Mahsi 10-11-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
Make Believe
(Shilkret)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Mama Loves Papa (Papa Loves Mama) 10-12-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
Mama, That Moon Is Here Again 11-5-1937 New York, New York Melotone
Marcheta
(Schertzinger)
5-4-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2439-B
Meadow Lark 9-22-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3335-B
Memphis Blues
(Norton / W.C. Handy)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2423-A
Miss Hannah 5-14-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Monte Carlo
(Rose)
12-16-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3112-A
More Than Ever
(Green / Jones)
12-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3920
Music, Music Everywhere
(But Not A Song In My Heart)

(Ted Keohler / Harold Arlen)
8-17-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24098
My Baby Just Cares For Me
(From the Sound Film "Whoopee")

(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
9-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
1003-B
My Best Girl 10-17-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2750-B
My Castle In Spain
(Isham Jones)
12-28-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3015-A
My Cherry Blossom
(Snyder)
7-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5061-A
My Honey's Lovin' Arms 7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2301-B
My Ideal
(Richard Whiting)
1-7-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
My Mammy
(Walter Donaldson)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5046-B
My Mammy Knows
(DeCosta / Jerome)
1-2-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
My Melancholy Baby
(Norman / Burnett)
9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
754 B
My Silent Love 5-16-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6308-A
My Sunny Tennessee
(Kalamar / Ruby)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5066-B
My Sweetie's Sweeter Than That 10-10-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
'Neath Egyptian Skies
(Yellen / Walter)
10-10-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2531-A
Neighbors
(O'Flynn / Cavanaugh / Weldon)
3-7-1934 New York, New York Victor
24582
Never Again
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
1-17-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Nina Rosa 2-1-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
No Greater Love
Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman

(Isham Jones / Marty Symes)
2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
704 B
Nobody Lied
(Karyl Norman / Hyatt Berry / Edwin J. Weber)
7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
Nobody's Sweetheart
(Gus Kahn / Ernie Erdman / Elmer Schoebel / Billy Meyers)
2-22-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Not A Cloud In The Sky 5-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Now You're Talking My Language 3-10-1937 New York, New York Melotone
Oh! Boy, What A Girl
(Green / Wright / Bessinger)
10-2-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Oh! Harold
(Roberts)
5-4-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2479-A
Old Lace
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
2-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24348
On The Alamo
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
One Little Word Led To Another
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
8-17-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
One Of These Days 12-16-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
3112-B
Other Lips
(Harris / Wallace)
5-3-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2439-A
Out Of Space
(Tharp / Gifford / Bishop)
7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
23695-A
Out Of Space
(Tharp / Gifford / Bishop)
9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
170 B
Outside Of Paradise
From Republic Picture "Outside Of Paradise"
Vocal Chorus Joe Martin

(Tinturin / Lawrence)
1-13-1938 New York, New York Vocalion
3911
Over Somebody Else's Shoulder 3-7-1934 New York, New York Victor
24582
Paddlin' Madelin' Home
(Harry Woods)
12-27-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
2994-A
Panama 9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
662 A
Pango Pango Maid 4-10-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Pardon My Southern Accent
(Johnny Mercer / Matt Malneck)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
169 A
Pickin' Em Up And Layin' 'Em Down 4-25-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Pilgrim's Blues
(Isham Jones)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2244-B
Play The Funny Blues
(Panico)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2374-B
Please Handle With Care 6-16-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6333
Poor Butterfly
(John L. Golden / Raymond Hubbell)
5-16-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
Poplar Street Blues 9-16-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Pretending You Care
(Tom Seymour / Jesse Greer)
12-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24209
Remember
(Irving Berlin)
10-1-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Ridin' Around In The Rain
(Gene Austin / Carmen Lombardo)
5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24628
Riverboat Shuffle
(Mitchell Parrish / Hoagy Carmichael / Irving Mills / Dick Voynow)
3-12-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Rock Your Blues Away 9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
662 B
Roll Out Of Bed With A Smile
(Joe Young / Milton Ager)
12-15-1933 New York, New York Victor
24500-A
Rose
Introducing "Soft and Low"

(Magine / Biese / Westphal)
Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5046-A
Rose Of Araby 3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Saddle Your Blues To A Wild Mustang
Vocal Chorus by Eddie Stone

(Billy Haid / George Whiting / Buddy Bernies)
2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
695 A
Samson and Delilah
(Saint / Saens)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2244-A
Saw Mill River Road
From "Glory"

(Tierney / McCarthy)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2406-A
Say It
(Nat Schwartz / Basil G. Adam)
7-16-1934 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24681-A
Say It While Dancing
(Davis / Silver)
7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2314
Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia
(Mitchell Parish / Perkins)
8-17-1932 Camden, New Jersey Victor
Shadows On The Swanee
(L. Harold Spina / Joe Young / Burke)
7-24-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24368-B
Shadows On The Window 1-2-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Shenanigans
From Republic Picture "Outside Of Paradise"
Vocal Chorus Eddie Stone

(Tinturin / Lawrence)
12-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3911
Siren Of A Southern Sea
(Brahen / Weeks)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5059-A
Sittin' In A Corner
(Kahn / Meyer)
10-11-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2508-A
Sittin' On A Log (Pettin' My Dog)
(Byron Gay / Zez Confrey)
12-15-1933 New York, New York Victor
24496
Snow Flakes 12-15-1933 New York, New York Victor
24497
Snuggled On Your Shoulder
(Cuddled In Your Arms)
1-2-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
So Shy
(Allan Boretz / Walter G. Samuels)
12-15-1933 New York, New York Victor
24497
Some Other Day, Some Other Girl
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
9-15-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2678-A
Some Sunny Day
(Irving Berlin)
5-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois or New York, New York Brunswick
2274-A
Somebody's Wrong
(Marshall / Egan / Whiting)
10-9-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2500-B
Someday We'll Meet Again
(Hoffman / Goodheart / Ager)
9-15-1932 New York, New York Victor
24129
Someone Is Keeping Me Out Of Your Dreams
(Murphy)
12-27-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
Something Seems To Tell Me
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
4-6-1933 New York, New York Victor
24350
Song Of The Blues
(Bernie Grossman / Isham Jones)
10-8-1929 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Spain
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
4-24-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Spain
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
5-16-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Square Dance
(Schwartz / Dietz)
12-6-1934 New York, New York Decca
338 A
Star Dust
(Hoagy Carmichael)
5-16-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4856
Stars
(Alden)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5072-A
Stealing To Virginia 10-12-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
Stolen Kisses (intro. "In A Boat")
(Snyder / Lange / Liggy / Klapholz)
7-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5061
Stompin' At The Savoy 2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
754 A
Strange As It Seems
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
6-16-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6333
Strangers 2-28-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6262
Sun God 5-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois or New York, New York Brunswick
2271-A
Swanee Butterfly
(Billy Rose / Walter Donaldson)
3-12-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Sweet Georgia Brown
(Ben Bernie / Maceo Pinkard / Kenneth Casey)
6-5-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2913-B
Sweet Jennie Lee! (1)
(Walter Donaldson)
9-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4909
Sweet Jennie Lee! (2)
(Walter Donaldson)
9-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4909
Sweet Lorraine
(Mitchell Parish / Cliff Burwell)
1-2-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Sweet Man
(Maceo Pinkard)
10-1-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2970-B
Sweet One
(Jolson / Silvers)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
Sweet Someone 11-5-1934 New York, New York Vocalion
3862-B
Sweet Sue - Just You
(Will J. Harris / Victor Young )
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
443 B
Swingin' Down The Lane
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
5-4-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2438-A
Swingin' Down The Lane
(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
12-15-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Tell Me You Love Me
(O'Hara / King)
5-7-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3204-A
Tell Me, Dreamy Eyes 9-16-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2738
Thanks For Everything
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
3-10-1937 New York, New York Melotone
Thanks For The Memory
From "Big Broadcast of 1938")
Vocal Chorus by Eddie Stone

(Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin)
12-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3910
Perfect
8-02-10
That Certain Party
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
12-17-1925 New York, New York Brunswick
2994-B
That Dallas Man 10-3-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24421
That Never-To-Be-Forgotten Night 2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
713 A
That Red-Head Girl
(Van Schneck / Lodge)
1-2-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2412-B
The Cat
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
2-5-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
3461-A
The Day I Let You Get Away
(Tot Seymour / Boyd Bunch / Vee Lawnhurst)
2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
713 B
The Fuzzy Wuzzy Bird 11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
The Japanese Sandman
(Richard A Whiting)
10-25-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
The Lady Who Couldn't Be Kissed
From "The Singing Marine"

(Dubin / Warren)
4-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3532
Perfect
7-06-08
The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else
(Isham Jones / Gus Kahn)
12-21-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2555-A
The Original Charleston
(Cecil Mack / James P. Johnson)
10-2-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2970-A
The Sneak!
(Brown)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2350-B
The Song Without A Name 5-12-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
The Waltz Of Love 12-6-1934 New York, New York Decca
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
(Ernest Seitz / Eugene Lockhart)
7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2313
Then I'll Be Tired Of You 9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
171 A
There Goes My Heart 1-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24519
There's A Gold-Mine In The Sky
Vocal Chorus by Joe Martin

(Charles Kenny / Nick Kenny)
12-15-1937 New York, New York Vocalion
3910
Perfect
8-02-10
There's A Wah-Wah Girl In Agua Caliente
(Walter Donaldson)
5-16-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4868
There Is No Greater Love 2-3-1936 New York, New York Decca
704 B
There's No Harm In Wishin'
(Franklin)
12-6-1934 New York, New York Decca
338 B
There's Nothing Left To Do But Say Goodbye
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
12-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24207
Think Of Me 11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2374-A
This Time It's Love
(Sam M. Lewis / J. Fred Coots)
8-28-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24392
Those Longing For You Blues
(Westphal / Robinson)
3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2243-B
Three-Thirty Blues
(Crozier)
5-5-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3204-B
Thunder Over Paradise
From Paramount Picture "Rose at the Rancho"
Vocal Chorus by Woody Herman
10-30-1935 New York, New York Decca
605 A
Tiger Rag
(Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
262 B
Ti-O-San (intro. "Idling") 7-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Tired 2-28-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Together, We Two 10-18-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
To-Morrow (My Honey's Comin' Home) 8-28-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
24392
Tonight's My Night With Baby 5-5-1926 New York, New York Brunswick
3199-B
Trav'lin' All Alone
(J.C. Johnson)
9-8-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Trees
(Kilmer / Rasbach)
5-14-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4856
Tricks 7-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2311-A
Twas Only A Summer Night's Dream 9-15-1932 New York, New York Victor
24129
Twilight In Turkey 4-15-1937 New York, New York Melotone
Two Loves 1-2-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Underneath Hawaiian Skies
Iintroducing "I Never Knew")

(Rose / Pitts / Egan /Marsh)
3-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5052-A
Unfortunate Blues
(Winston / Hamm)
1-16-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2577
Virginia Blues 3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Visions of Salome
(Archibald Joyce)
2-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24348
Wabash Blues
(Fred Meinken)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5065-B
The Waltz Of Love
Vocal Chorus by Bob Carter

(Jones / Franklin)
12-6-1934 New York, New York Decca
327 B
Was It Wrong? 8-1-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
Weepin' The Blues 4-25-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
What A Life!
(Trying To Live Without You)

(Kent / Alter)
2-28-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
What Could Be Sweeter 5-1-1923 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2471-A
What Would Happen To Me
(If Something Happened To You)

(Harry Woods)
10-13-1932 New York, New York Victor
What'll You Do?
(Isham Jones)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
What'll You Do?
(Chester Conn / Ernie Erdman / Isham Jones)
10-18-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
5072-B
What's The Use?
(Isham Jones / Charles Newman)
5-14-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
You Only Want Me When Nobody Else Is Around
Vocal Chorus by Dusty Rhoades

(Monaco / Berke)
2-28-1932 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
6277
When The Sun Goes Down 10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5069-A
When You Climb Those Golden Stairs 9-4-1934 New York, New York Decca
220 B
When You Walked Out, Someone Else Walked Right In 5-4-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
Where The Arrow Points To Home 8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
219 A
Where? (I Wonder Where?) 10-13-1932 New York, New York Victor
Where's My Sweetie Hiding 11-21-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2776-A
Who Could Be Sweeter? 5-1-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
Who's Sorry Now?
(Ted Snyder)
5-4-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2432-B
Why Am I Blue?
From "Zeigfeld Follies"
Vocal Chorus by Joe Martin

(DeRose / Hill)
10-11-1934 New York, New York Decca
261 A
Why Can't This Night Go On Forever?
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
12-16-1932 New York, New York Victor
24213
Why Couldn't It Be Poor Little Me
Vocal Chorus by Fran Bessinger

(Gus Kahn / Isham Jones)
6-5-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2788-B
Why, Dear?
(Cohen)
10-1-1921 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
5066-A
With My Eyes Wide Open, I'm Dreaming
(From Paramount film "Shoot The Works")

(Mack Gordon / Harry Ravel)
5-10-1934 New York, New York Victor
24643-A
Wop Blues
(Buffano)
10-10-1923 New York, New York Brunswick
2555-A
Yankee Doodle Blues
(Caeser / DeSylvia / George Gershwin)
5-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois or New York, New York Brunswick
2286-B
You Don't Know What You're Doin' 3-31-1931 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
You Gave Me Your Heart
(Wheeler / Smith / Snyder)
11-1-1922 New York, New York Brunswick
2350-A
You Got 'Em 6-5-1925 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
You Took The Words Right Out Of My Heart
(Roble / Rainger)
11-5-1937 New York, New York Conqueror 8970
Your Smiles, Your Tears 2-1-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
You're In Kentucky Sure As You're Born
(Little / Gillespie / Shay)
1-16-1924 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
2557-A
You're Just A Dream Come True
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
12-15-1930 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
You're My Past, Present And Future 10-3-1933 Camden, New Jersey Victor
You're My Thrill 1-17-1934 New York, New York Victor
24516-B
You're O.K. 8-31-1934 New York, New York Decca
220 A
You're O.K. 12-15-1933 New York, New York Victor
24500-B
You're Only A Baby 3-1-1922 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
You're Welcome
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
3-7-1934 New York, New York Victor
24589
You've Got Me Crying Again
(Charles Newman / Isham Jones)
2-14-1933 New York, New York Victor
24255-A
ArtistInstrument
Red Ballard Trombone
Roy Bargy Piano
Mark Bennett Trombone
Joe Bishop Flugel-horn
Jack Blanchette Guitar
Guy Carey Trombone
Johnny Carlson Trumpet
Bob Carter Vocal
Al Eldridge Piano
Alfie Evans Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Vocal
Van Fleming Vocal
Joe Frank Drums
Dave Franks Vocal
Charles French Drums, Vocal
Bud Graham Trombone
Ernest Hare Vocal
Victor Hauprich Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Frank Hazzard Vocal
Woody Herman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Leader
Joe Hostetter Trumpet
Gordon Jenkins Arranger
Russ Jenner Trombone
Jack Jenney Trombone
Billy Jones Vocal
Isham Jones Tenor Saxophone, Leader
Irving Kaufman Vocal
Keller Sisters Vocal
Ralph Kirberry Vocal
Richard Kissinger Tuba or Sousaphone
John Kuhn Tuba or Sousaphone
Walter Lageson Drums
Scrappy Lambert Vocal
Harlan Lattimore Vocal
Art Layfield Drums
Sonny Lee Trombone
Saxie Mansfield Tenor Saxophone
Carroll Martin Trombone
Joe Martin Vocal
Al Mauling Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Oboe
Charles McNeill Banjo
Joe Miller Banjo
Frank Munn Vocal
Leo Murphy Violin
James Noble Piano
Pierre Olker Tuba or Sousaphone
Louis Panico Cornet
Frank Quartell Trumpet
Chelsea Quealey Trumpet
Harry Reser Banjo
Billy Scott Vocal
Harold Smith Piano
Rita Smith Vocal
Tom Stacks Drums, Vocal
Eddie Stone Violin, Vocal
Frank Sylvano Vocal
Eddie Thomas Vocal
George Thow Trumpet
The Three X Sisters Vocal
Artie Vanasec Soprano Saxophone, Violin
George Wartner Guitar
Clarence Willard Trumpet
Milt Yaner Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Walter Yoder String Bass
Victor Young Violin
Title Director Year
Isham Jones and his Orchestra Roy Mack 1933
Mr. Broadway Edgar G. Ulmer and Johnnie Walker 1933
Convention Girl Luther Reed 1935