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Tag Archives: Arthur Fields
April 5th in Gennett Records History, 1928: Vic Price and His Orchestra Recorded “I’m More Than Satisfied”
April 5th in Gennett Records History, 1928: Vic Price and His Orchestra recorded “I’m More Than Satisfied” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett 6440, Superior 376 (Bailey’s Jazz Pirates), Bell 605 (Andy Richards ahO), Herwin 8059 (Sherman Sun-Dodgers), and Champion … Continue reading
November 28th in Gennett History, 1925: Bailey’s Lucky Seven Recorded “I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Me)”
November 28th in Gennett History, 1925: Bailey’s Lucky Seven recorded “I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Me)” in NYC. The recording appears on Gennett 3204, Champion 15065, Beltona 979, Guardsman 1876, and Scala 763. It features Arthur Fields (v), … Continue reading
November 12th in Gennett History, 1925: Bailey’s Lucky Seven recorded “Then I’ll Be Happy” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett 3192, Champion 15055, Silvertone 3016, Aco G-15936, Beltona 1063, Coliseum 1915, and Guardsman 1873. Of the musicians known, this recording … Continue reading
November 2nd in Gennett History, 1921: Harry Raderman’s Orchestra recorded “Moxie” in NYC. This custom recording for the Moxie Soda Company appeared on their own Moxie label. The A side features Arthur Fields vocalizing his love of this syrupy sweet … Continue reading
August 26th in Gennett History, 1925: In NYC, the Happy Collegians (Nathan Glantz & His Orch) recorded: “Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue.” It appeared on Gennett 3122 and featured Arthur Fields (v). “The Co-ed.” It appeared on Gennett 3122.
Happy 127th Birthday, Arthur Fields! Fields, born on August 6, 1888, was one of the most in demand vocalists in the first quarter century of the 1900s. He recorded “Let It Rain, Let It Pour” on January 29, 1925 and … Continue reading
March 29th in Gennett History, 1953: Arthur Fields passed away. Fields recorded many sides for Gennett, including a 1921 advertisement for Moxie soft drinks.