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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Imperial Marimba Band.

12th Street rag

4214: Edison Blue Amberol
7541: Edison Record

[1921]

2

United States Marine Band, conducted by William Santelmann.

The 74th regiment band march

4712: Edison Blue Amberol
8615: Edison Record

[1923]

3

Billy Jones.

Ain't we got fun

4309: Edison Blue Amberol
7860: Edison Record

[1921]

4

Al Bernard and Ernest Hare.

Ain't you coming out, Malinda?

4384: Edison Blue Amberol
8016-C: Edison Record

[1921]

5

Sibyl Fagan and the Sibyl Fagan Ensemble.

Alabamy cradle song

5156: Edison Blue Amberol
10885-A: Edison Record

[1926]

6

Helen Clark.

All by myself

4352: Edison Blue Amberol
7980: Edison Record

[1921]

7

Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra.

All for you

4266: Edison Blue Amberol
7782: Edison Record

[1921]

8

E. Stevens Trio.

All over nothing at all

4607: Edison Blue Amberol Record
8444: Edison Record

[1922]

9

Reese Jones [i.e. Billy Jones].

All she'd say was "umh-hum"

4149: Edison Blue Amberol
7492: Edison Record

[1921]

10

Sodero's Band.

Aloha oe

4175: Edison Blue Amberol
7424: Edison Record

[1921]

11

Imperial Marimba Band.

American pep

4326: Edison Blue Amberol
7542: Edison Record

[1921]

12

Broadway Dance Orchestra.

Angel child

4517: Edison Blue Amberol
8363: Edison Record

[1922]

13

Aileen Stanley.

Anna in Indiana

4349: Edison Blue Amberol
7939: Edison Record

[1921]

14

Green Bros. Novelty Band.

Anytime, anyday, anywhere

4150: Edison Blue Amberol
7457: Edison Record

[1921]

15

Green Bros. Novelty Band.

Arabia

4255: Edison Blue Amberol
7733: Edison Record

[1921]

16

Max Fells' Della Robbia Orchestra.

The Arabian yogi man

4290: Edison Blue Amberol
7777: Edison Record

[1921]

17

The Blue Ridge Duo.

Arkansas traveler

4936: Edison Blue Amberol
9732: Edison Record

[1925]

18

Ernest L. Stevens.

Artist's reverie

4728: Edison Blue Amberol
8702: Edison Record

[1922]

19

Billy Jones and Ernest Hare.

As a porcupine pines for it's pork

5006: Edison Blue Amberol
10282-A: Edison Record

[1925]

20

Green Brothers' Novelty Band.

Back where the daffodils grow

4948: Edison Blue Amberol
9827-C: Edison Record

[1924]

21

Billy Jones and Ernest Hare.

Barney Google

4757: Edison Blue Amberol
8923-A: Edison Record

[1923]

22

Electric City 4.

Beela boola

4210: Edison Blue Amberol
7596: Edison Record

[1921]

23

Lewis James.

The bells of St. Mary's

4211: Edison Blue Amberol
7593: Edison Record

[1921]

24

Green Brothers' Novelty Band.

Benny! Be yourself

4774: Edison Blue Amberol
8988: Edison Record

[1923]

25

Sibyl Sanderson Fagan, whistling ; William Scotti, saxophone.

The bird and the saxophone

4297: Edison Blue Amberol
7750-C: Edison Record

[1921]

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