A. You've Simply Got Written By – Jesse. Me Cuckoo Greer, Walter. B. Oh! Min Written By. – Con. Conrad.
Al Jolson's recording was made on December 21, 1925. Jolson sang it in the 1928 part-talkie film "The Singing Fool" and in his biographical movie The Jolson Story in 1946 Notable cover versions. Notable interpretations have been recorded by these performers:.
Camptown Races, Al Jolson. I'll bet my money on the bobtail nag somebody bet on the bay Goin' to run all night goin' to run all day Ah the Camptown race track's five miles long oh doo-dah day Well the Camptown ladies sing this song doodah doodah lyrics Oh I'll go back home with my pocket full of tin oh doo-dah day. A, Al Jolson. By the Light of the Silvery Moon, Al Jolson. All Alone, Al Jolson. Wond'ring where you are and how you are And if you are all alone too lyrics I wonder where you are (remember me) and how you are (remember me) And if you are (I love you) all alone (I love you) too All alone feeling blue. Alabamy Bound, Al Jolson.
I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now - Al Jolson. Lonesome Little Raindrop - Frank Crumit. Al Jolson - You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet. in 1920. Charles Harrison - That Old Irish Mother of Mine.
Shipping to Russian Federation. Al Jolson 78 Si-Si-Si-Si-Senor bw Oh Susie Behave on Columbia jazz. Al Jolson 78 Chloe bw Was There Ever a Pal Like You (H. Burr) on Columbia jazz. Al jolson columbia 78 rpm record 2835 I gave her that.
AL JOLSON Souvenir Album (Original 1947 4 x 10inch Singles). Al jolson victor 78 rpm record 17037 haunting melody, rum tum tiddle. Al jolson columbia 78 rpm record 2041 you're a dangerous girl. 78RPM Decca 24534 Al Jolson + Mills Brothers, Sheltering Plams, Dixie nice V+E-.