This record is produced solely for the members of the various Al Jolson societies. It is limited to 500 numbered copies.
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The One and Only: Al Jolson. 2014 pop. West End Blues. Al Jolson, The Vitaphone Orchestra: Best songs. Al Jolson, Al Jolson, The Vitaphone Orchestra, The Vitaphone Orchestra - Toot, Toot, Tootsie! The Flappers, 2011 01:54. Al Jolson, Al Jolson, The Vitaphone Orchestra, The Vitaphone Orchestra - Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!) West End Blues, 2015 01:54. Al Jolson, Al Jolson, The Vitaphone Orchestra, The Vitaphone Orchestra - Toot, Toot, Tootsie! The One and Only: Al Jolson, 2014 01:54
Al Jolson (born Asa Yoelson; May 26, 1886 – October 23, 1950) was an American singer, film actor, and comedian. At the peak of his career, he was dubbed "The World's Greatest Entertainer. Beyond the controversy surrounding Jolson, he was also the first performer to entertain American troops in WWII. A few years later, he was also the first to do the same during the Korean War. Yes, before Bob Hope! His break-neck performance schedule in the latter is also thought to have contributed to his death soon after. In his later years, Jolson, for the most part, led a contented life of semi-retirement. He remained a huge legend and icon.
Al Jolson, The Vitaphone Orchestra. The Vitaphone Orchestra. Style: pop. Album year: 2014. Tracks count: 5. Views: 1. Al Jolson - Why Do They All Take the Night Boat to Albany 01:26. Al Jolson - Dirty Hands!
Avalon" is a 1920 popular song written by Al Jolson, Buddy DeSylva and Vincent Rose referencing Avalon, California. It was introduced by Jolson and interpolated in the musicals Sinbad and Bombo. Jolson's recording rose to number two on the charts in 1921.
Al Jolson was born Asa Yoelson (Yiddish: אַסאַ יואלסאָן) in the Jewish village of Srednike (Yiddish: סרעדניק) now known as Seredžius, near Kaunas in Lithuania, then part of the Russian Empire. He was the fifth and youngest child of Nechama "Naomi" (née Cantor, c. 1858–1895) and Moses Rubin Yoelson (c. 1858–1945); his four siblings were Rose (c. 1879–1939), Etta (c. 1880–1948), another sister who died in infancy, and Hirsch (Harry) (c. 1882–1953). picked George Jessel for the role, as he had starred in the Broadway play.