Pop Music: The Early Years 1890-1950 Album
by Various Artists

Various Artists Pop Music: The Early Years 1890-1950 album cover


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Rating
Released
April 25, 1972
Tracks
71

Album Tracks List


#
Title
Artist
Time

1

The Washington Post March

John Philip Sousa, United States Marine Band
1:58

1

Diga Diga Do (with Duke Ellington & His Orchestra)

3:07

2

I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues - 78rpm Version

2:47

2

King Of The Bungaloos

Gene Greene
2:39

3

Easter Parade

2:56

3

How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm?

Nora Bayes
2:27

4

When The Moon Shines On The Moonshine

Bert Williams
2:58

4

The Object Of My Affection

Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra; vocal by Pinky Tomlin
3:08

5

The Lady In Red

Louis Prima, Joe "Wingy" Manone
3:02

5

Swanee - 78rpm Version

2:35

5

The Lady In Red

Louis Prima, Joe "Wingy" Manone
3:02

6

Oh, Lady Be Good!

2:55

6

The Music Goes Round And Round

Frank Froeba
3:09

7

Yes Sir, That's My Baby

Lee Morse
2:50

7

I Can't Get Started - 78rpm Version

Bunny Berigan & His Boys
3:22

8

These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)

3:20

8

If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie) - 78rpm Version

2:50

8

These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) (with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra)

3:18

9

Some of These Days (feat. Sophie Tucker)

2:55

9

Some of These Days (feat. Sophie Tucker)

2:55

9

The Toy Trumpet

Raymond Scott Quintet
2:58

10

Nightmare

Artie Shaw & His New Music
2:49

10

My Blue Heaven

Don Voorhees & His Orchestra
3:22

11

The Flat Foot Floogie

2:48

11

My Melancholy Baby

3:01

11

The Flat Foot Floogie

2:48

12

My Heart Belongs To Daddy (feat. Mary Martin)

2:54

12

Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (Bonus Track)

Tess Gardella
3:02

12

My Heart Belongs To Daddy (feat. Mary Martin)

2:54


13

September Song

2:32

13

The Blue Room - 78 rpm Version

Joe Venuti's Blue Four
3:15

14

I Thought About You (feat. Mildred Bailey)

2:32

14

Makin' Whoopee

3:11

14

I Thought About You

2:36

14

Makin' Whoopee (feat. Bing Crosby)

3:13

14

I Thought About You (feat. Mildred Bailey)

2:32

14

Makin' Whoopee (feat. Bing Crosby)

3:13

15

Ain't Misbehavin'

Louis Armstrong, Carroll Dickerson's Savoyagers
3:21

15

Down The Road A Piece

Freddie Slack, Don Raye, Will Bradley Trio
3:05

15

Down the Road a Piece (with Don Raye)

Will Bradley Trio, Don Raye
3:07


16

Prisoner Of Love (feat. Lena Horne)

3:20

17

Why Don't You Do Right? (feat. Peggy Lee)

3:11

17

Happy Days Are Here Again

Ben Selvin & His Orchestra; vocal by The Crooners
3:18

17

Happy Days Are Here Again

Ben Selvin & His Orchestra; vocal by The Crooners
3:18




19

The Peanut Vendor

The California Ramblers
3:40


20

I'm Beginning to See the Light

3:14

20

I'm Beginning To See The Light

3:14

20

I'm Beginning to See the Light

3:12

21

When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain - 78 rpm Version

Kate Smith & Her Swanee Music
3:01

21

When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain - 78 rpm Version

Kate Smith & Her Swanee Music
3:01

21

Laura - 78rpm Version

Woody Herman & His Orchestra; Vocal by Woody Herman
3:19

22

Linda (with Buddy Clark) - 78 rpm Version

Ray Noble & His Orchestra, Buddy Clark
3:15

22

You Rascal, You - 78rpm Version

Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra
3:12

22

Linda (with Buddy Clark) - 78 rpm Version

Ray Noble & His Orchestra, Buddy Clark
3:15


23

Buttons And Bows

Dinah Shore & Her Happy Valley Boys
2:01

23

Buttons And Bows

Dinah Shore & Her Happy Valley Boys
2:01

24

Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer - 78 rpm Version

Gene Autry, The Pinafores
3:09

24
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
3:08

24

Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (with The Pinafores) - 78 rpm Version

Gene Autry, The Pinafores
3:09

25

One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)

3:07

25

One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)

Frank Sinatra, Bill Miller
3:03

25

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

Bing Crosby, Lenny Hayton & His Orchestra
3:12

25

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (with Lenny Hayton & His Orchestra)

Bing Crosby, Lenny Hayton & His Orchestra
3:11


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