Audio Recording Answer All she'd say was 'umh hum' / Saying that you love me / Medley fox trot
About this Item
- All she'd say was 'umh hum'
- Saying that you love me
- Medley fox trot
- Jazz/dance band, with male vocal duet
- Van, Gus -- Songwriter
- Wadsworth, Wheeler -- Instrumentalist -- Saxophone
- Zany, King -- Songwriter
- Schenck, Joe -- Songwriter
- All Star Trio -- Musical Group
- Emery, Mac -- Songwriter
- Shaw, Elliott -- Vocalist -- Baritone Vocal
- All Star Trio Orchestra -- Musical Group
- Vause, Norman J. -- Composer
- Hart, Charles -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
- Brown, Tom -- Instrumentalist -- Trombone
- Arden, Victor -- Instrumentalist -- Piano
- Helleberg, Gus -- Instrumentalist -- Tuba
- Green, George Hamilton -- Instrumentalist -- Xylophone
- Violinsky, Ed -- Instrumentalist -- Violin
- Oliver, Earl -- Instrumentalist -- Cornet
- Ragtime, jazz, and more
Recording Catalog Number
Recording Matrix Number
- B-24880 (Matrix ID)
Recording Take Number
- New York, New York
- Source of original recording: Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress.
- Inclusion of the recording in the National Jukebox, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment
IIIF Presentation Manifest
- All Star Trio
- All Star Trio Orchestra
- Arden, Victor
- Brown, Tom
- Emery, Mac
- Green, George Hamilton
- Hart, Charles
- Helleberg, Gus
- Oliver, Earl
- Schenck, Joe
- Shaw, Elliott
- Van, Gus
- Vause, Norman J.
- Violinsky, Ed
- Wadsworth, Wheeler
- Zany, King
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Chicago citation style:
Van, Gus, Wheeler Wadsworth, King Zany, Joe Schenck, All Star Trio, Mac Emery, Elliott Shaw, et al. Answer. 1921. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-39532/.
APA citation style:
Van, G., Wadsworth, W., Zany, K., Schenck, J., All Star Trio, Emery, M. [...] Oliver, E. (1921) Answer. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-39532/.
MLA citation style:
Van, Gus, et al. Answer. 1921. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-39532/>.