Yes sir, that's my baby : the songs of Walter Donaldson
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- Donaldson, Walter, 1893-1947.
- How 'ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm (Eddie Cantor) (1:54)
- My mammy (Al Jolson) (1:57)
- Carolina in the morning (Paul Whiteman and his orchestra) (3:06)
- That certain party (Ted Lewis and his band) (3:04)
- I wonder where my baby is tonight (Jack Hylton and his orchestra) (3:06)
- Yes sir, that's my baby (Eddie Cantor) (2:07)
- When you're in love (Tito Schipa) (2:59)
- Where'd you get those eyes? (Ted Lewis and his band) (2:41)
- My blue heaven (Gene Austin) (3:35)
- Sam, the old accordion man (Ruth Etting) (3:09)
- At sundown (Muggsy Spanier, cornet ; & his ragtime band) (2:33)
- Just like a melody out of the sky (Cliff "Ukelele Ike" Edwards) (2:50)
- Because my baby don't mean "maybe" now (Paul Whiteman & his orchestra) (2:55)
- Love me or leave me (Ruth Etting) (3:19)
- Makin' whoopee (Eddie Cantor) (3:00)
- Hello, beautiful! (Maurice Chevalier) (2:26)
- My baby just cares for me (Jack Payne & his band) (2:46)
- Little white lies (Annette Hanshaw) (2:56)
- You're driving me crazy (Louis Armstrong & his orchestra) (3:10)
- That's what I like about you (Fats Waller ; Jack Teagarden & his orchestra) (3:23)
- An evening in Caroline (the Boswell Sisters) (2:58)
- Sleepyhead (the Mills Brothers) (2:59)
- I've had my moments (Stephane Grappelli, violin ; Django Reinhardt, guitar) (2:57)
- It's been so long (Mary Lee, vocals ; Roy Fox & his orchestra) (3:23)
- Did I remember? (Billie Holiday) (2:50)
- Mr. Meadowlark (Bing Crosby & Johnny Mercer) (2:41).
- Publication date
- Title Variation
- Songs of Walter Donaldson
- Living era
- On container: Original mono recordings from 1922-1944.
- Compact disc.
- Various performers.
- Recorded between 1922 and 1944.
- Publisher Number
- CDAJA 5206 Living Era
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