Bob Haring & His Orchestra - I'm In The Market For You

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This slow version is offers an interesting stylistic contrast to the one by Olsen, which I've recently uploaded. Bob Haring was an American popular music bandleader of the 1920s and 1930s. Haring recorded 78rpm records under a plethora of orchestra names, such as The Caroliners, The Lincoln Dance Orchestra, The Society Night Club Orchestra, King Solomon and His Miners, and The Colonial Club Orchestra, in addition to his own Bob Haring & His Velvetone Orchestra. Haring's discography is difficult to trace, since many of the sides he performed on do not actually list his name. However, several dozen sessions on which Haring led or arranged an orchestra have been catalogued by discographers, mostly falling between 1920 and 1931. His recordings with The Colonial Club Orchestra were his most popular. This superb recording was made in 1930. Outstanding vocal by the ubiquituous Scrappy Lambert.


Lou, yes that banjo is simply stunning!
By kspm0220s 5 years ago
I just recognized Harry Reser's banjo in this.Only Harry can roll the notes like that near the end.Since Genia rates Fred McMurray 3rd on this tune,I'll have to irritate her with another McMurray,if I can find it.
By Lou 5 years ago
Genia, once more my comment disappeared. Thank you for your plea for Haring and Scrappy. Although Olsen's version is very fine, to my ears it is more straightforward and less memorable than this passionate, lingering interpretation.
By kspm0220s 5 years ago
BB, Scrappy sang it in that other song: "There Is No Depression In Love" and he was a genius in performing romantic ballads, so his shares might well have been sky high :-)
By kspm0220s 5 years ago
Not a great time to be in the market. I'm confident that Scrappy bought low and sold high though.
By Boston Blackie 5 years ago
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