Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Kenneth Wayne, Abe Lyman, Art Mooney Wednesday night wonders
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Kenneth Wayne & His Orchestra – The Poor People Of Paris
Label: Broadway Records – 326
A: The Poor People of Paris
B1: Rock Right
B2: Ceci Julian
Profile: US label from Los Angeles.
Brunswick Records 2912 1925
A: Sing a Song
Charlie Chaplin Guest Conductor for both sides
Vocal Chorus by Charles Kaley
Abe Lyman (1897 - 1957) was a popular bandleader from the 1920s to the 1940s. After the band cut their first record under the local label Nordskog Records, they moved a year later to Brunswick Records in summer of 1923. There they made many recordings and were one of Brunswick's leading orchestras straight through 1935, when Lyman signed to Decca.
B: With you in Bombay Recording Date 1925
10748 A: You forgot about me
Vocals Allan Brooks & the Four Clovers
RKO Movie “Let’s make Music “
Art Mooney (1911–1993,) was an American popular bandleader. His biggest hits were "I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover" and "Baby Face" in 1948 and "Nuttin' For Christmas," with Barry Gordon, in 1955
MGM 10748 B
Art Mooney & Orchestra
Vocals Johnny Martin
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