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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

The aba daba honeymoon

2468: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

2

Arthur Fields.

All those in favor say aye

3777: Edison Blue Amberol
6666: Edison Record

[1919]

3

Arthur Fields.

Bring back those wonderful days

3742: Edison Blue Amberol
6631: Edison Record

[1919]

4

Arthur Fields.

Don't forget the Salvation Army

3796: Edison Blue Amberol
6707: Edison Record

[1919]

5

Arthur Fields.

Don't leave me, daddy

3112: Edison Blue Amberol
5203: Edison Record

[1917]

6

Arthur Fields.

Everybody loves a "jass" band

3197: Edison Blue Amberol
5451: Edison Record

[1917]

7

Arthur Fields and chorus.

Good-bye Broadway, hello France

3321: Edison Blue Amberol
5687: Edison Record

[1917]

8

Arthur Fields.

Heart breaking baby doll

3801: Edison Blue Amberol
6753: Edison Record

[1919]

9

Arthur Fields.

Hong Kong

3238: Edison Blue Amberol
5502: Edison Record

[1917]

10

Arthur Fields.

Honolulu, America loves you

3087: Edison Blue Amberol
5150: Edison Record

[1917]

11

Arthur Fields.

I ain't got weary yet

3642: Edison Blue Amberol
6394: Edison Record

[1919]

12

Arthur Fields assisted by Grace Woods.

I don't want to get well

3378: Edison Blue Amberol
5847: Edison Record

[1918]

13

Arthur Fields.

I'm true to them all

3855: Edison Blue Amberol
6490: Edison Record

[1919]

14

Arthur Fields and chorus.

It's a long way to Berlin, but we'll get there

3368: Edison Blue Amberol
5790: Edison Record

[1918]

15

Arthur Fields and Chorus.

Ja-da

3649: Edison Blue Amberol
6438: Edison Record

[1919]

16

Arthur Fields.

Jim, Jim, I always knew that you'd win

3680: Edison Blue Amberol
6472: Edison Record

[1919]

17

Arthur Fields and Chorus.

Johnny's in town

3730: Edison Blue Amberol
6607-C: Edison Record

[1919]

18

Arthur Fields and Chorus.

Just like Washington crossed the Delaware, General Pershing will cross the Rhine

3528: Edison Blue Amberol
6125: Edison Record

[1918]

19

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

Mammy Blossom's 'possum party

3335: Edison Blue Amberol
5697: Edison Record

[1917]

20

Arthur Fields.

The man behind the hammer and the plow

3245: Edison Blue Amberol
5551: Edison Record

[1917]

21

Arthur Fields.

Mother, Dixie and you

3340: Edison Blue Amberol
5660: Edison Record

[1917]

22

Arthur Collins.

Much obliged to you

9768: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1908]

23

Arthur Fields.

My Yokohama girl

3266: Edison Blue Amberol
5583: Edison Record

[1917]

24

Arthur Fields.

Oh! Frenchy

3601: Edison Blue Amberol
6320: Edison Record

[1918]

25

Arthur Fields and Chorus.

Oh Helen!

3713: Edison Blue Amberol
6542: Edison Record

[1919]

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