Mary Jane-Ed Loyd Orchestra 1931

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Mary Jane by The Ed Loyd Orchestra on Melotone M12147.Recorded in NYC,March 27-1931.Elmer Feldkamp on the vocal

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Hoping you're feeling better by new, Lou and thank you for the wonderful song "You Must Believe Me".
By kspm0220s 2 years ago
Thanks Michael,I'll resume my search.
By Lou 2 years ago
Lou, I don't think "You Must Believe Me" is a Kirkeby recording at all but is actually by Adrian Rollini and his Orchestra, recorded NY Feb 14 1933, vocal by Dick Robertson, issued on Perfect 15735 and Melotone M-12629 as by Owen Fallon and His Californians. Hope this helps with your search - I'd still like to hear it.
By fatsfan71 2 years ago
Michael,I have "you must Believe Me" by Owen Fallon on list in my computer but cannot find the record so I can get info off the label.Pretty sure it was on a black perfect.
By Lou 2 years ago
Lou, sorry you're under the weather - stay warm and indoors if you're getting snow. Meantime, here's a few more pseudonyms for the California Ramblers: Riviera Palace O, Marlborough O, Pebble Beach Syncopators, Lew Gold and His O, Rockaway Ramblers, Hal Whyte's Syncopators, Gamage Dance O, Rialto Dance O, White Star Syncopators, Clarence Sherman's O, Goldie and His O, Lucky Strike Dance O, Palm Beach Serenaders, Los Angeles Dance O, New Orleans Jazz Band, Ted White's Collegians, St Louis Low-Downs, Arthur Ross and His Westerners, Billy Evans' Happy Five, Jack Whitney and His O, and Joseph Samuels' O. There are a few more but they're on British labels. I like the Harry Reser steal - who says you can't cheat a cheater?
By fatsfan71 2 years ago
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