Sam Lanin and his famous players - Sing me a Baby song (1927)
Sam Lanin (1891 1977) one of the popular American band-leaders in the twenties. Son of Russian-Jewish immigrants and had a very musical family, seven of his brothers had different bands.Sam was very popular until the great depression came in beginni......
LET A SMILE BE YOUR UMBRELLA Sam Lanin and his Famous Players 1927
LET A SMILE BE YOUR UMBRELLA Sam Lanin and his Famous Players, recorded in 1927 and released on this cool old OKEH label 78 rpm record. Enjoy!...
Sam Lanin and his famous Players_" RIO RITA "(1927) on Gramophone
Sam Lanin (1891 - 1977)78rpm / ODEON, U-18( S-40781) Rec. 1927on HMV-163 Gramophone...
Mary Ann by Sam Lanin and His Orchestra, 1927
Sam Lanin's band under the name "Missouri Jazz Band". This record is in very poor condition so there are a lot of thumps, but it's a nice Sam Lanin side. Vocal by Scrappy Lambert. Take 3. Recorded December, 1927....
Lucky Lindy by Sam Lanin and his Orchestra, 1927
Hot side. Scrappy Lambert-vocal. I'd guess it's Red Nichols playing the cornet solo. Cute airplane engine effects....
My Ohio Home by Sam Lanin and his Orchestra, 1927
Vocal by Scrappy Lambert. Probably Red Nichols takes the short cornet solos. Take 1. Recorded December, 1927....
Hallelujah by Missouri Jazz Band (Sam Lanin and his Orchestra), 1927
Vocal by Irving Kaufman. Recorded by ARC but issued on Paramount's budget Broadway label. Recorded May, 1927....
''CHOPINATA'' - Sam Lanin and His Orchestra - 1927
Perfect Records # 14883 - B Recorded 9 - 26 - 27Played on the Brunswick Ultona.( Though this record may be a bit ''crackly'' I just had to share Lanin's take on this famous Clement Doucet piece ) Hope you all enjoy - F.T.G. : )...
Bing Crosby - If I Had You 1929 Sam Lanin & His Famous Players
Bing Crosby - recorded (with Sam Lanin & his Famous Players) on 25 June 1929, released as Okeh 41188."If I Had You" is a 1928 song by "Irving King" (James Campbell and Reginald Connelly) with Ted Shapiro. The romantic love song has become a mainstrea......
Rio Rita - Sam Lanin Orch. - 1927
Composed by Harry Tierney (1890-1965) for a famous musical "Rio Rita" (1927). Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy (1885-1943). Presented by Sam Lanin (1891-1977) and his Famous Players.Odeon, O-4030, 1927 (A-189014a, S40781a)...
1927 Sam Lanin - Dancing Tambourine (instrumental)
Original 78rpm courtesy of the Rick Colom Collection, digital restoration by Bob Moke. This “Famous Players” release on OKeh was the first of FOUR different versions of the song that Lanin recorded for various labels over a one-month period.78rpm: OK......
It All Depends On You by Sam Lanin and His Orchestra, 1927
Some nice Red Nichols cornet. Rust states that Lanin recorded this song for Okeh about a week earlier with Russell Douglas on the vocal. Maybe this is the same vocalist? Take A. Recorded February, 1927....
I'm Crazy Over You - Bing Crosby & Sam Lanin & His Famous Players
Music and lyrics by Al Sherman & Al Lewis This video is intended for use on the SHERMAN BROTHERS Facebook page....
Grey Gull Studio Band - Sing Me A Baby Song - 1927
"Sing Me A Baby Song", played by the Grey Gull Studio Band using the pseudonym "White Way Dance Orchestra". Recorded in July 1927....
THE ONE THAT I LOVE LOVES ME - Sam Lanin's Famous Players And Singers
The One That I Love Loves Me(Turk-Ahlert) unknown personnell but Smith Ballew and Tommy DorseyNew York, March 22, 1929mx401734-B OKeh 41264Od ONY-41264Od 193356Par R-401...
The Okeh Melodians (Sam Lanin) - "A Shady Tree" (1927)
Sam Lanin, in my opinion the best American dance band leader, directs The Okeh Melodians with a wonderful vocal by Vaughn De Leath. Recorded September 17, 1927....
He, She And Me by Sam Lanin and His Orchestra, 1929
Sam Lanin's orchestra under the name "The Badgers". Taken from the Cameo and associated labels and issued on Paramount's budget Broadway label. There is no take number. I think I have it on Banner to see if it's the same take but can't find it now......
SPANISH SHAWL - Sam Lanin And His Orchestra
Spanish ShawlElmer SchoebelSAM LANIN AND HIS ORCHESTRAMost likely: Red Nichols, trumpet Miff Mole, trombone Dick Johnson, reedsRube Bloom, piano Tony Colucci, banjo Joe Tarto, brass bassVic Berton, drsNew Yorkc. November 27, 1925mx 106440 Perfect 14......
Sunday - Lanin's Arcadians (Sam Lanin And His Orchestra)
Recorded on October 28, 1926, with vocal by Charles Kaley. Miff Mole - tb, Rube Bloom - p, Hymie Farberman - t, Chuck Muller - cl-as, Alfie Evans - cl-as-bar, Lucien Smith - cl-ts, Tony Colucci - bj, Joe Tarto - bb, Vic Berton - d....