Tennessee Happy Boys ‎– In Your Green Hat / A Little Bungalow

Edison Records ‎– 51674

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R In Your Green Hat
Composed By – Milton AgerLyrics By, Words By – Jack Yellen
L A Little Bungalow
Composed By, Words By, Lyrics By – Irving Berlin

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  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Soprano Saxophone [Uncredited], Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited]Ken "Goof" Moyer
  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Soprano Saxophone [Uncredited], Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited], Directed By [Uncredited], Conductor [Uncredited], Leader [Uncredited]Nathan Glantz
  • Banjo [Uncredited]Harry Reser
  • Trumpet [Uncredited]Earl Oliver
  • Trumpet [Uncredited], Arranged By [Uncredited]Jack Stillman
  • VocalsAdolph J. Hahl* (tracks: R)


Both sides ("In Your Green Hat" (matrix 10754) & "A Little Bungalow" (matrix 10755), the latter being featured on the Marx Brothers musical "The Cocoanuts" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cocoanuts_(musical))) were recorded in the Edison Studio from Manhattan's Knickerbocker Building located between the 5th Avenue & the 16th Street (75-79 Fifth Avenue) in New York on January 6 of 1926.

Other than Hall, Oliver, Stillman, Glantz (who of course leds the Tennessee Happy Boys on the recordings made for Edison under that name, a fact that is confirmed by the Edison Cash Books via Richard Johnson & Bernard Shirley's book "American Dance Bands On Record & Film, 1915-1942"), Moyer & Reser, the rest of the personnel (trombone, tuba, piano & drums) is unknown.

Information provided by Richard Johnson & Bernard H. Shirley's book "American Dance Bands On Record & Film, 1915-1942".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side R label): 10754
  • Matrix / Runout (Side L label): 10755