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Ed Morton

Eddie Morton (1870–1938) was known in show business circles as "The Singing Cop" because of his early career as a policeman. As a comic baritone, he won notice in vaudeville and made many successful recordings for Victor, Columbia, Edison, and other labels. His gruff voice and wry delivery make him easily recognizable.

The following recordings featuring Ed Morton are available in the National Jukebox:

Results: 1-10 of 11
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Baritone vocal That's the doctor, Bill Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1909-05-28
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Somebody else is gettin' it Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1912-06-24
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Waiting for me Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1912-06-24
Vocalist - Baritone vocal There's lots of stations on my railroad track Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1912-03-21
Vocalist - Baritone vocal I've got you, Steve! Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1912-03-21
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Don't take me home Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1908-07-13
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Somebody lied Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1908-07-13
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The Oceana roll Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1911-07-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Ever since you told me that you loved me Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1913-08-13
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Isch ka bibble Male vocal solo, with orchestra Ed Morton 1913-09-19