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Tag Archives: Gennett Recording Card
October 13th in Gennett History, 1922: Nathan Glantz y su orquesta recorded “Mujer Perjura Danzon” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett S-4984 and S-5118. The recording card noted “Special Mexican Recording Listing and Label Information To Be OK’D By The … Continue reading
September 14th in Gennett History, 1923: Bob Royce’s Ohio State Collegians recorded “There’s Not Another Girlie”
September 14th in Gennett History, 1923: Bob Royce’s Ohio State Collegians recorded “There’s Not Another Girlie” in Richmond. Unfortunately, it and another recording they made that day went unissued.
September 8th in Gennett History, 1922: Ernest Hare recorded “Coal Black Mammy” in NYC. The recording appeared on Gennett 4945 and Starr-Gennett 584. The session’s recording card reflected Gennett’s desire to get this recording released as it noted “Rush, Rush, … Continue reading
July 28th in Gennett History: Joe Evans recorded “Cincinnati Blues” in Birmingham. The recording featured the accompaniment of Arthur McClaine. Sadly, the recording card notes this recording was “Rejected.”
June 19th in Gennett History, 1925: Ruth Rodeheaver and Doris Doe recorded two sides in NYC. They recorded “Whispering Hope” and “The Sunset Trail of Gold” accompanied by a trio. Unfortunately, both sides were unissued.
June 11th in Gennett History, 1921: Sam Moore recorded “Mother Machree (Saw Solo)” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett 4747 and Starr – Gennett 9146 and featured Frank Banta on piano. Gennett’s 1921 catalog supplement noted Moore played “an Atkins … Continue reading
March 6th in Gennett History, 1922: The Franklin Orchestra recorded “Tee Pee Blues” in Richmond. This was a personal recording that was probably unnumbered. The recording card noted to “See Templyn for labels.”