Eddie Cantor, Bert Williams, Van And Schenck, John Steel (7), Irving Berlin ‎– Ziegfeld Follies Of 1919

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A1 John Steel (7) My Baby's Arms
Lyrics By – Joseph McCarthyMusic By – Harry Tierney
2:29
A2 Bert Williams I'm Sorry I Ain't Got It (You Could Have It If I Had It)
Lyrics By – Joe Young (3), Sam LewisMusic By – Ted Snyder
2:56
A3 John Steel (7) Tulip Time
Lyrics By – Gene BuckMusic By – Dave Stamper
2:46
A4 Eddie Cantor When They're Old Enough To Know Better (It's Better To Leave Them Alone)
Lyrics By – Joe Young (3), Sam LewisMusic By – Harry Ruby
3:22
A5 Eddie Cantor Oh! The Last Rose Of Summer (Was The Sweetest Rose Of All)
Lyrics By – Harry RubyMusic By – Eddie Cantor, Manuel María Ponce Cuéllar
2:47
A6 Bert Williams Checkers (It's Your Move Now)
Lyrics By – Billy CurtisMusic By – Paul Rubens
2:42
A7 Eddie Cantor You'd be Surprised
Songwriter – Irving Berlin
3:07
A8 Van And Schenck Mandy
Songwriter – Irving Berlin
2:47
B1 Bert Williams Bring Back Those Wonderful Days
Lyrics By – Darl MacBoyleMusic By – Nat Vincent
3:00
B2 Bert Williams Somebody
Lyrics By – Ballard MacDonaldMusic By – James F. Hanley
2:51
B3 John Steel (7) A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
Songwriter – Irving Berlin
2:29
B4 Eddie Cantor You Don't Need The Wine To Have A Wonderful Time (While They Still Make Those Wonderful Girls)
Lyrics By – Howard Rogers (3)Music By – Harry Akst
3:04
B5 Bert Williams The Moon Shines On The Moonshine
Lyrics By – Francis DeWittMusic By – Robert Hood Bowers
2:58
B6 Bert Williams Everybody Wants A Key To My Cellar
Written-By – Billy Baskette, Billy Rose, Lew Pollack
2:51
B7 Van And Schenck Sweet Kisses
Lyrics By – Eddie Buzzell, Lew BrownMusic By – Albert Von Tilzer
2:59
B8 Van And Schenck Oh! How She Can Sing
Lyrics By – Jack YellenMusic By – Gus Van, Joe Schenck
2:37
B9 Eddie Cantor I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now
Songwriter – Irving Berlin
2:42

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Recorded February-December 1919.
℗ 1977 CBS Inc.
© 1977 Smithsonian Institution.
Reconstruction of the 1919 Ziegfeld Follies based on contemporary (c. 1919) recordings by the original cast. Per Liner Notes, "when more than one performance of the same song was available, the most spirited was chosen."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (stamped, Side A): AM14272-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped, Side B): BM14272-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (label, Side A): AM 14272
  • Matrix / Runout (label, Side B): BM 14272

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