Although totally forgotten today, Joe Candullo and His Everglades Orchestra were a popular jazz outfit during the 1920s. Candullo's career spanned more than 50 years, He also co-authored the songs ''(I'll Build a) Dream House" and ''I Wanna Go Home,'' Moreover, he co-composed the orchestral ''Christmas Symphony''. He was a regular on network radio, and he made more than 100 issued recordings. While the majority of his discs were released, from 1926 to 1929, Candullo was still in the studio, as late as 1954 and possibly later. He was leading a popular orchestra at the Everglades, a restaurant on 46th Street and Broadway, in New York City. It was with this band that Candullo made his first recordings, on February 23, 1926. By April 1927, Joe Candullo and His Everglades Orchestra were making their first radio broadcasts over WMCA, in New York. This hot jazz record was made in 1926.