Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Songs of WW I (For Rememberence Day) 11 Nov

28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918






SONGS OF WORLD WAR I

1. OVER THERE
(Cohan)
Arthur Fields
Columbia A2470 (77510); Recorded in 1917

2. IT'S A LONG, LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY
(Jack Judge-H. Williams)
American Quartet
Victor 17639-A; Recorded in November, 1914

3. ROSES OF PICARDY
(Fred E. Weatherly - Haydn Wood)
John McCormack
With orchestra conducted by Josef A. Pasternack.
Victrola 64825; Recorded April 16, 1919

4. WOULD YOU RATHER BE A COLONEL WITH AN EAGLE ON YOUR SHOULDER
OR A PRIVATE WITH A CHICKEN ON YOUR KNEE?
(Gottler)
Eugene Buckley (Arthur Fields)
Columbia A2669 (78161); Recorded in 1918

5. THE AMERICANS COME!
(Elizabeth A. Wilbur-Fay Foster)
Reinald Werrenrath
Victor (blue) 45157-A; Recorded in January, 1919

6. KEEP THE HOMES-FIRES BURNING
('Til the Boys Come Home)
(Lena Guilbert Ford - Ivor Novello)
John McCormack
With orchestra conducted by Josef A. Pasternack
Victrola 64696; Recorded June 7, 1917, Camden

7. WE'RE ALL GOING CALLING ON THE KAISER
(Brennan)
Arthur Fields and Peerless Quartette
Columbia A2569 (77824); Recorded in 1918

8. I CAN ALWAYS FIND A LITTLE SUNSHINE IN THE Y. M. C. A.
(from the military Musical Mess "Yip-Yip-Yaphank")
(Irving Berlin)
Lambert Murphy and Orpheus Quartet
Victor (blue) 45157-B; Recorded in January, 1919

9. HOW I HATE TO GET UP IN THE MORNING
(Berlin)
Arthur Fields
Columbia A2617 (77957); Recorded in 1918

10. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO TO HELP THE BOYS
(Van Alstyne)
Peerless Quartette
Columbia A2545 (77732); Recorded in 1918

11. WHEN ALEXANDER TAKES HIS BAND TO FRANCE
(Byron, Hess and Leslie)
Bob White
Columbia A2541 (77752); Recorded in 1917

12. JUST LIKE WASHINGTON CROSSED THE DELAWARE
(General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine)
(Myer)
Arthur Fields & Peerless Quartette
Columbia A2545 (77755); Recorded in 1918

13. SEND ME A CURL
(O'Hara)
Charles Harrison
Columbia A2470 (77503); Recorded in 1917

14. WE DON'T WANT THE BACON
(What We Want is a Piece of the Rhine)
(Carr, Russell and Barrens)
Peerless Quartette
Columbia A2520 (77955); Recorded in 1918

15. LET'S BURY THE HATCHET
(Burkhardt)
Arthur Fields
Columbia A2617 (77965); Recorded in 1918

16. THE YANKS ARE AT IT AGAIN
(Cowan)
Sung by Arthur Fields and Peerless Quartette
Columbia A2620 (77956); Recorded in 1920

17. YOUR BOY IS ON THE COAL PILE NOW
(Sam Ward)
Arthur Fields
Columbia A2688 (78216); Recorded in 1918

18. OH! FRENCHY
(Conrad)
Arthur Fields
Columbia A2569 (77814); Recorded in 1918

19. LOOK WHAT MY BOY GOT IN FRANCE
(Conrad)
Irving Kaufman
Columbia A2688 (78217); Recorded in 1918

To ALL R.I.P.

Gazz

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