Ray Miller And His Orchestra ‎– Doodle-Doo-Doo With Ray Miller And His Orchestra - 18 Original 1924 - '25 Recordings

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Grannyphone ‎– 03311
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
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A1 Come On, Red! (You Red Hot Devil Man)
Written-By – Fisher*, Holden*
A2 Lots O' Mama
Written-By – Elmer Schoebel
A3 From One 'Till Two (I Always Dream Of You)
Written-By – Hoover*, Bard*
A4 Mama's Gone, Goodbye
Written-By – Piron*, Bocage*
A5 Where Is That Old Girl Of Mine
Vocals – Billy Jones (4)Written-By – Gus Kahn, Isham Jones
A6 I Can't Get The One I Want (Those I Get I Don't Want)
Written-By – Rose*, Ruby*, Handman*
A7 Somebody Loves Me (From "George White's Scandals")
Written-By – DeSylva*, Gershwin*Written-By [Uncredited] – Ballard MacDonald
A8 Red Hot Mama
Written-By – Cooper*, Rose*, Wells*
A9 Doodle-Doo-Doo
Written-By – Kassel*, Stitzel*
B1 Me And The Boy Friend
Written-By – Monaco*, Clare*
B2 Why Couldn't It Be Poor Little Me?
Written-By – Gus KahnWritten-By, Conductor – Isham Jones
B3 Nobody Knows What A Red Head Mama Can Do
Written-By – Mills*, Fain*Written-By [Uncredited] – Al Dubin
B4 Tessie! (Stop Teasin' Me)
Written-By – Johns*, Perkins*
B5 That's My Girl
Written-By – Kerr*, Kiernan*
B6 We're Back Together Again
Written-By – Monaco*, Clare*
B7 Just A Little Drink
Vocals – Frank Bessinger, Frank Wright (6)Written-By – Gay*
B8 Red Hot Henry Brown
Written-By – Rose*
B9 Phoebe Snow
Written-By – Fisher*Written-By [Uncredited] – Al Kay (4)

Credits

Notes

Individual Track Recording Info :
Track A1 : recorded on 28 March 1924 - Matrix 12751, Brunswick 2606B
Track A2 : recorded on 23 April 1924 - Matrix 12964, Brunswick 2613B
Track A3 : recorded on 23 April 1924 - Matrix 12965/7 - Brunswick 2613A
Track A4 : recorded on 6 June 1924 - Matrix 13205, Brunswick 2632B
Track A5 : recorded on 6 June 1924 - Matrix 13229, Brunswick 2632A
Track A6 : recorded on 10 July 1924 - Matrix 13494/7, Brunswick 2643B
Track A7 : recorded on 10 July 1924 - Matrix 13507/9, Brunswick 2669A
Track A8 : recorded on 5 August 1924 - Matrix 13677/9, Brunswick 2681B
Track A9 : recorded on 27 September 1924 - Matrix 13856/9, Brunswick 2724A
Track B1 : recorded on 13 October 1924 - Matrix 13926, Brunswick 2753B
Track B2 : recorded on 4 December 1924 - Matrix 14386/8, Brunswick 2788B
Track B3 : recorded on 16 December 1924 - Matrix 14497/9, Brunswick 2778B
Track B4 : recorded on 7 January 1925 - Matrix 14588/91, Brunswick 2830A
Track B5 : recorded on 5 February 1925 - Matrix 14814/7, Brunswick 2823B
Track B6 : recorded on 27 February 1925 - Matrix 15007/10, Brunswick 2847A
Track B7 : recorded on 13 March 1925 - Matrix 15157/9, Brunswick 2866B
Track B8 : recorded on 16 March 1925 - Matrix 15181, Brunswick 2855B
Track B9 : recorded on 11 April 1925 - Matrix 15512/3, Brunswick 2898B

The presence of Miff Mole on track A1 is marked with a question mark. So is the presence of Frankie Trumbauer on B6 & B7 (plus there is a note saying that Larry Abbott is playing the alto sax solos on those tracks). Discographical data on this record is taken from "The American Dance Band Discography" by Brian Rust. If someone has more accurate info, he/she is welcome to enlighten us all!

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  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Rights Society: CHAPPELL

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