Aileen Stanley (Maude Elsie Aileen Muggeridge) (1893–1982) began her singing career with her brother Stanley on the vaudeville stage. Her first recordings were made in 1920 for Pathé. That year she also made her first records for the Victor label, an association that would last until 1930. She recorded nearly 70 titles in all for Victor Records. Stanley was famous for jazzy versions of popular songs such as "Singin' the Blues" and for amusing, heartwarming duets with Billy Murray. She also recorded for Edison, Columbia, Gennett, Vocalion, and several other labels.
The following recordings featuring Aileen Stanley are available in the National Jukebox:
|Artist Role||Title||Description||Primary Performer(s)||Date|
|Vocalist - Soprano vocal||Don't think you'll be missed||Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band||Aileen Stanley; Ross Gorman; The Virginians||1923-03-02|
|Vocalist - Soprano vocal||I ain't got nobody to love||Female vocal solo, with orchestra||Aileen Stanley||1925-01-30|
|Vocalist - Soprano vocal||When my sugar walks down the street (all the little birdies go tweet, tweet, tweet)||Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra||Aileen Stanley; Gene Austin||1925-01-30|
|Vocalist - Soprano vocal||I'm a lonesome cry baby||Female vocal solo, with orchestra||Aileen Stanley||1923-06-29|