Ted Wallace & His Campus Boys-I'm An Unemployed Sweetheart


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Wallace was a pseudonym of Ed Kirkeby (1891-1978), who was a band leader, vocalist, manager, and salesman, best remembered as the manager of Fats Waller. He was one of the first recording managers at Columbia Records to record jazz and organized the California Ramblers to record it. Over the years he also managed the Pickens Sisters. As Fats Waller’s manager he also acted as his archivist building a collection which is held today by the Institute of Jazz Studies. After Waller’s death in 1943 Kirkeby remained active managing many other groups and musicians. This wonderful recording was made in 1931. The vocalists are uncredited; the lead vocal is by Elmer Feldkamp, probably backed up by Ed Kirkeby (plus, possibly, a third unknown singer).

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Thank you Janette; this song is so sweet isn't it.
Par kspm0220s En mars
Happy to find this wonderful recording today - really great.
Par nzauckland En mars
Very welcome; I hope the problems are solved by now. Great you loved this rendition; it is great isn't it.
Par kspm0220s Il y a 2 ans
So welcome Ginny! I'm thrilled you loved this refined performance which is wonderful indeed.
Par kspm0220s Il y a 2 ans
Thanks. I got this via email so dare hope that my recent DM issues have been resolved. Excellent arrangement of a period classic.
Par Boston Blackie Il y a 2 ans
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