May 23 in Gennett History…

1922: Baileys Lucky Seven recorded “Kicky-Koo (You for Me – Me for You)” in NYC.  It appeared on Gennett 4887, Starr-Gennett 9256, Apex 473, and Velvet Face 1054 and featured Phil Napoleon (tpt). 

1924: Members of the New York Philharmonic recorded “Introductory Music: (a) Little Miss Muffet, (b) Bells, (c) Little Miss Petticoat, (d) Night and Day, (e) The Wind, (f) The Cobbler” in NYC.  It appeared on Ginn Music Appreciation G3-A and was under the direction of Henry Hadley. 

1928: Vic Price and his Orchestra recorded “Everywhere You Go” in NYC. It appeared on Silvertone 8046 (The Sherman Sundodgers) and featured Jerry White (v), Leo McConville (tpt), Larry Abbott (as/cl), and Frank Marvin (bjo).  

1928: Vernon Dalhart and Carson Robison recorded “When The Sun Goes Down Again” in NYC.  It appeared on Champion 15583, Silvertone 8144, and Superior 2546, and Supertone 9238.  Champion 15583 sold 5,251 copies between 1928 and 1932. 

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