November 23 in Gennett History…

Looking to add a dessert to your holiday feast? Why not consult Starr Piano’s “Kinks for Candy Cooker” recipe book & catalog. While you’re at it, fill out the order form for the ‘Starr Girl’ daguerreotype. 

1922: Cal. Smith’s American Orchestra recorded “Pack Up You Sins and Go to the Devil” in NYC.  It appeared on Gennett 5011, Starr-Gennett 9326, and Edison Bell Winner 3864.  

1924: Perley Breed’s Shepard Colonial Orchestra recorded “Tell Me Dreamy Eyes” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett 5608, Claxtonola 40401, and Starr-Gennett 9612. The recording featured Frank Cornwell (v), Warren Hookway (c), Perley Breed (sax), Brad Gowans (cl), Newell Chase (p), Junie Anderson (bs) George Dussault (d).  

1925: Bob Deikman and his Orchestra recorded “Shanghai Honeymoon” in Richmond.  It appeared on Gennett 3236, Champion 15064, Beltona 945, Coliseum 1870, and Guardsman 1878.  

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