Margaret Young (born February 23, 1891, Detroit, Michigan, USA – died May 3, 1969, Inglewood, California, USA) was an American singer and comedian who was popular in the 1920's. Margaret Young (3). Hard-Hearted Hannah, All Aboard For Dixieland (Shellac, 10").
Margaret Young: best 2 tracks. Margaret Young - Hard Hearted Hannah Shake It And Break It!, 2011 02:23. Albert Von Tilzer, Lew Brown, Margaret Young - Oh! by Jingo! (Oh! by Gee! You're the Only Girl for Me) Historic Recordings - Novelty Songs of the 1920s, 2018 03:20. Artist: Margaret Young.
Hard Hearted Hannah, the Vamp of Savannah is a popular song with words by Jack Yellen, Bob Bigelow, and Charles Bates, and music by Milton Ager. The song was published in June 1924 by Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, In. New York. Hard Hearted Hannah tells in humorous fashion the story of a "vamp" or femme fatale from Savannah, Georgia "the meanest gal in town. Hannah is "a gal who loves to see men suffer.
the Vamp of Savannah). Words and music by Jack Yellen, Milton Ager, Bob Bigelow and Charles Bates. Margaret Young, vocal. Recorded June 6, 1924. Margaret Youngblood (1891 - 1969),sang as a child and from 1920 had a career on radio and records and she also toured vaudeville theatres. Her repertoire was filled with novelty songs and mildly risqué numbers, all delivered in a piping voice that oozed sly innocence
Hard Hearted Hannah (3:17). Overview (current section). Jazz Cats, Vol. 12 - British Jazz.
LyricsAll Aboard for Dixieland. Download now. English.
1. All Aboard For Dixieland - Margaret Young. Featured on Shake It And Break It! More by Margaret Young. Encore 1 (1920's Blues & Jazz Vocals). Encore 2 (1920's Blues & Jazz Vocals). Historic Recordings - Novelty Songs of the 1920s. Dance the 1920s and Early 1930s. Vogue Decade, Vol. 4.