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Number of hits: 7 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Arthur Fields.

All those in favor say aye

3777: Edison Blue Amberol
6666: Edison Record

[1919]

2

Lou Chiha Frisco.

The drytown blues

3314: Edison Blue Amberol
5631: Edison Record

[1917]

3

Edward Meeker.

Every day will be Sunday when the town goes dry

3727: Edison Blue Amberol
6576-B: Edison Record

[1919]

4

Al Bernard.

Everybody wants a key to my cellar

3790: Edison Blue Amberol
6724: Edison Record

[1919]

5

Maurice Burkhart.

It's the smart little feller who stocked up his cellar that's getting the beautiful girls

3961: Edison Blue Amberol
7039: Edison Record

[1920]

6

Billy Murray.

Sahara

3953: Edison Blue Amberol
7031: Edison Record

[1920]

7

Maurice Burkhart.

What's the good of kicking, let's go 'round with a smile

4109: Edison Blue Amberol
7198: Edison Record

[1920]

 


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