Al Jolson / Broadway Quartette - Yoo-Hoo / Georgia Rose album FLAC
I've always wondered why Jolson didn't re-record this song in the 1940's when he remade so many others, as it's quite a good one. He did sing it on the radio as late as the 1940's. Written by Buddy DeSylva and Al Jolson. The other side of this record is "Georgia Rose" by the Broadway Quartette.
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B. –Broadway Quartette. Matrix, Runout (A side label): 80052. Matrix, Runout (B side label): 80065. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Written-By – Jolson*, DeSylva*
|B||–Broadway Quartette||Georgia Rose
Written-By – Harry Rosenthal
- Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company
NotesA side recorded New York, NY, November 7, 1921.
B side recorded New York, NY, November 14, 1921.
The Talking Machine World, January 15, 1922, page 155: Advance Record Bulletins for February, 1922: Mid-Month List (i.e., released in mid-January 1922).
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A label): 80052
- Matrix / Runout (B label): 80065
|A3513||Al Jolson / Broadway Quartette||Al Jolson / Broadway Quartette - Yoo-Hoo / Georgia Rose (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||A3513||Canada||1921|