Gene Austin - That's What I Call Heaven 1929 Leonard Joy Orchestra
Victor 21893 - This Song Peaked At #20 On US Music Charts In 1929. (1 week) The Photo Shows Gene Austin With Singer Ruth Etting, and Actress Gloria Stewart (She appeared as Claude Rains' sweetheart in The Invisible Man, and as the elderly Rose Dawson......
Maurice Chevalier & Leonard Joy Orchestra - Louise 1929
This Song Peaked At #3 On US Music Charts In 1929.Maurice Auguste Chevalier (September 12, 1888 -- January 1, 1972) was a French actor, singer, and popular vaudeville entertainer. He is noted as a Sprechgesang performer.He was born in Paris to a hous......
Gene Austin Nat Shilkret Orchestra - Carolina Moon 1929
Victor 21833 - This Song Peaked At #1 On US Music Charts In 1929.Gene Austin (June 24, 1900 -- January 24, 1972) was an American singer and songwriter, one of the first "crooners". His 1920s compositions "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" and "The......
Gene Austin - Little Pal 1929 Nat Shilkret Orchestra
Victor 21952 - Peaked On US Billboard Music Charts At #7 In 1929 (5 weeks)Gene Austin With The Nat Shilkret OrchestraLittle Pal written by Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray HendersonFrom 'Say it with Songs' with Davey LeeGene Austin (June 2......
Gene Austin feat Nat Shilkret Orchestra - Weary River 1929
Victor 21856-A - This Song Peaked On US Music Charts At #5 In 1929 (7 weeks)Gene Austin - Birth: Jun. 24, 1900 - Death: Jan. 24, 1972.Crooner, Composer and Politician. His singing style was remarkably influential, attractive and appealing to millions......
Gene Austin - Carolina Moon (1929)
Charted at #1 in 1929 (#1 for 7 weeks). Saxophone playing by Andy Sannella. Later recorded by Connie Francis in 1958 (and #1 in the UK as the flip to "Stupid Cupid"). Written by Joe Burke and Benny Davis....
Gene Austin - Dream Mother 1929
Victor Records 21915-A - Reached US Billboard 12 - 1929 (2 weeks). Gene Austin: Singer. Lyrics By Al Sherman and Al Lewis, Music by Joe Burke.Gene Austin (June 24, 1900 -- January 24, 1972) was an American singer and songwriter, one of the first "cro......
Gene Austin - A Garden In The Rain 1929 Nat Shilkret Orchestra
Victor 21915 - This Song Peaked On US Billboard #15 In 1929 (2 weeks)The Photo Shows Gene Austin With Singer Ruth Etting, and Actress Gloria Stewart (She appeared as Claude Rains' sweetheart in The Invisible Man, and as the elderly Rose Dawson Calver......
1929 Hal Kemp - That’s What I Call Heaven (Saxie Dowell, vocal)
Original 78rpm courtesy of the Rick Colom CollectionThe posted 78 flip side is “The Things That Were Made For Love.”Digitally processed from 78rpm: Brunswick 4307 - That’s What I Call Heaven (Solman-Brown-Wimbrow) by Hal Kemp & his Orchestra, vocal b......
Gene Austin My Blue Heaven
Gene Austin - My Blue Heaven - Women of the 1920s...
Gene Austin With Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra - My Blue Heaven
Gene Austin With Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra - My Blue HeavenFrom The Album: The Naughty 1920s: Red Hot & Risque Songs Of The Jazz Age Volume 2Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Gene Austin, Whistling - Possibly......
My Blue Heaven - Gene Austin (1927)
"My Blue Heaven" is a rather peaceful song that is most notably sung by Gene Austin (1900-1972) in 1927. It was written by Walter Donaldson (1893-1947) with lyrics by George A. Whiting (1884-1943). It has been redone by countless artists including Bi......
Gene Austin - A Garden in the Rain (1929)
http://www.geneaustin.blogspot.comWith his smooth, emotive vocal style and charming piano abilities, Gene Austin rose to fame and became an icon of his time. Upon the advent of the electric microphone in 1925 performers no longer had to project their......
Gene Austin - My Blue Heaven 1927
Victor 20964 - This Was A Massive Hit For Gene Austin. This Song Peaked On US Billboard #1 In 1927 (26 weeks)Song written by Walter Donaldson & George A. Whiting.Gene Austin (June 24, 1900 -- January 24, 1972) was an American singer and songwriter, o......
Gene Austin - Ain't Misbehavin' (1929)
http://www.geneaustin.blogspot.comWith his smooth, emotive vocal style and charming piano abilities, Gene Austin rose to fame and became an icon of his time. Upon the advent of the electric microphone in 1925 performers no longer had to project their......
Gus Arnheim & His Orchestra - This Is Heaven 1929
Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, with Vocal refrain (Buster Dees) -- This Is Heaven, Fox-Trot from United Artists picture "This Is Heaven" (Yellen /Akst) , Victor 1929NOTE: THIS IS HEAVEN (1929) This film was to have been Robert Montgomery's first tal......
1929 HITS ARCHIVE: A Garden In The Rain - Gene Austin
The music was composed by (American-born) British pianist-bandleader Carroll Gibbons. The Four Aces would revive the song in 1952. CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Victor 21915 - A Garden In The Rain (Dyrenforth-Gibbons) by Gene Austin, orchestr......
1928 HITS ARCHIVE: My Blue Heaven - Gene Austin
Sometimes cited as one of the best-selling records of all-time, this multi-million seller has an interesting ‘back story’ which is related on Wikipedia’s “My Blue Heaven (song)” page. For the also popular Paul Whiteman version, listen here: https://y......
That's What I Call Heaven
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard EnterprisesThat's What I Call Heaven · Hal Kemp and His OrchestraSlice of 1929℗ 2012 Van Up RecordsReleased on: 2012-05-04Auto-generated by YouTube....