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Title 1915 : They'd sooner sleep on thistles.

Published Champaign, IL : Archeophone, [2006]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Phonographic yearbook.
Phonographic yearbook.
Notes Originally issued as compact discs.
Popular songs from the WWI era.
Program and biographical notes, with bibliographic and discographic information (22 p. : some col. ill., ports.) from original container.
Contents Follies of 1915. Hello Frisco! (I called you up to say "Hello!") (Alice Green ; Edward Hamilton) (2:45) -- Carry me back to Old Virginny : plantation melody (Alma Gluck ; with male chorus) (4:15) -- I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier (Morton Harvey) (2:56) -- My bird of paradise (Peerless Quartet) (3:21) -- It's tulip time in Holland (Two lips are calling me) (Harry Macdonough) (3:00) -- You'll always be the same sweet girl (James Reed ; J.F. Harrison) (2:20) -- A little bit of heaven (Shure they call it Ireland) : from Olcott's Heart of Paddy Whack (George MacFarlane) (3:05) -- On the 5:15 (American Quartet) (2:55) -- It's a long, long way to Tipperary (John McCormack ; with male chorus) (3:11) -- Sister Susie's sewing shirts for soldiers (Al Johnson) (3:05) -- Chin chin. Goodbye girls, I'm through (Raymond Dixon) (2: 22) -- Girl from Utah. They didn't believe me (Alice Green ; Harry Macdonough) (3:21) -- Home, sweet home (Alice Nielsen) (3:48) -- Little Ford rambled right along (Billy Murray) (3:09) -- He's a rag picker (Peerless Quartet) (2:55) -- If we can't be the same old sweethearts, we'll just be the same old friends (Irving Kaufman) (3:09) -- There's a little lane without a turning "on the way to home sweet home" (Henry Burr) (3:17) -- Back home in Tennessee (Introducing: I love to stay at home) : one-step (Prince's Band) (4:04) -- Close to my heart (Albert Campbell ; Henry Burr) (3:04) -- Down among the sheltering palms (Lyric Quartet) (2:44) -- My little dream girl (James Reed ; J.F. Harrison) (2:37) -- Chinatown, my Chinatown (American Quartet) (2:36) -- Alabama jubilee (Arthur Collins ; Byron G. Harlan) (3:03) -- I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier (Peerless Quartet) (2:57) -- Back to the Carolina you love (Al Johnson) (3:05).
Other author Burr, Henry.
Campbell, Albert, 1872-1947.
Collins, Arthur.
Gluck, Alma, 1884-1938.
Harlan, Byron G.
Harvey, Morton.
Kaufman, Irving, 1890-1976.
Kline, Olive.
Macdonough, Harry, 1871-1931.
MacFarlane, George, -1932.
McCormack, John, 1884-1945.
Miller, Reed, 1880-1923.
Murphy, Lambert, 1885-1954.
Murray, Billy.
Nielsen, Alice, 1868?-1943.
Robyn, William, 1894-1996.
Werrenrath, Reinald, 1883-1953.
Wheeler, Frederick J.
American Quartet.
Lyric Quartet (Vocal group)
Peerless Quartet.
Prince's Band.
Subject Popular music -- 1911-1920.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music.
Variant Title Nineteen fifteen.
They'd sooner sleep on thistles.