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Number of hits: 10 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Armand Vecsey and his Hungarian orchestra.

Back home in Tennessee

2824: Edison Blue Amberol
4355: Edison Record

[1916]

2

[Arthur] Collins and [Byron G.] Harlan.

Celebratin' day in Tennessee

2314: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

3

The Harmony Four.

For you and Tennessee

3423: Edison Blue Amberol
5857: Edison Record

[1918]

4

Frederic Rose.

The heart you lost in Maryland you'll find in Tennessee

9782: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1908]

5

Reese Jones [i.e. Billy Jones].

I'll always keep a corner in my heart for Tennessee

4061: Edison Blue Amberol
7292: Edison Record

[1920]

6

Elizabeth Spencer.

In dear old Tennessee

10467: Edison Standard Record

[1910]

7

George Wilton Ballard and chorus.

Just try to picture me back home in Tennessee

2819: Edison Blue Amberol
4247: Edison Record

[1916]

8

Broadway Dance Orchestra.

My sunny Tennessee

4394: Edison Blue Amberol
8086: Edison Record

[1921]

9

Premier Quartet [i.e. American Quartet].

Tennessee, I hear you calling me

2581: Edison Blue Amberol
3538: Edison Record

[1915]

10

Frederic Rose.

There's a warm spot in my heart for Tennessee

10072: Edison Standard Record

[1909]

 


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