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Number of hits: 9 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Fisk University Jubilee Quartette (John W. Work, first tenor; Roland W. Hayes, second tenor; Leon P. O'Hara, first bass; Charles Wesley, second bass) [i.e. Fisk Jubilee Singers].

The band of Gideon

983: Edison Amberol

[1912]

2

Reed Miller and Chorus.

By an' by

3538: Edison Blue Amberol
6055: Edison Record

[1918]

3

Reed Miller and chorus.

Go down, Moses

3574: Edison Blue Amberol
6028: Edison Record

[1918]

4

Vernon Dalhart.

Nobody knows the trouble I see

3480: Edison Blue Amberol
5765: Edison Record

[1918]

5

Fisk University Jubilee Quartette (John W. Work, first tenor; Roland W. Hayes, second tenor; Leon P. O'Hara, first bass; Charles Wesley, second bass) [i.e. Fisk Jubilee Singers].

Peter on the sea

978: Edison Amberol

[1912]

6

Fisk University Jubilee Quartet [i.e. Fisk Jubilee Singers].

Roll, Jordan, roll

5273: Edison Blue Amberol
980: Edison Amberol

[1927]

7

Fisk University Jubilee Quartette (John W. Work, first tenor; Roland W. Hayes, second tenor; Leon P. O'Hara, first bass; Charles Wesley, second bass) [i.e. Fisk Jubilee Singers].

Roll Jordan roll

980: Edison Amberol

[1912]

8

Polk Miller and his Old South Quartette [i.e. Old South Quartet].

What a time

391: Edison Amberol

[1910]

9

Polk Miller's Old South Quartet.

What a time

2177: Edison Blue Amberol
391: Edison Amberol

[1914]

 


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