Van And Schenck - The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off To War / Southern Gals album flac
Borbee's Jass Orchestra, an obscure and very early jazz band, plays a one-step called "The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off To War" in this recording made on August 17, 1917. From the original 78rpm disk.
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After Schenck's death in 1930 of heart disease, Van continued to perform as a solo artist on stage, screen, and radio. He appeared in many New York-produced Soundies in 1941. Schenck was buried in The Cemetery of the Evergreens in Brooklyn. The Ragtime Volunteers are Off to War" (1917). I Don't Want to Get Well" (1917). Southern Gals" (1917). I Miss the Old Folks Now" (1917). In the Land O' Yamo Yamo" (1917).
Van Schenck download free and listen online. Van & Schenck The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off to War. (play). Van & Schenck For Me and My Gal. Van & Schenck Southern Gals. Van & Schenck Yaddie Kaddie Kiddie Kaddie Koo. Van And Schenck Get Out and Get Under the Moon.
Van And Schenck were popular United States entertainers in the 1910's and 1920's: Gus Van (born August Von Glahn, August 12, 1886 – March 12, 1968), baritone and Joe Schenck (pronounced "shaŋk"; born Joseph Thuma Schenck, c. 1891 – June 28, 1930), tenor. They made numerous phonograph records for the Emerson, Victor, and Columbia record companies. With Schenck on piano, the duo sang and performed comedy routines . The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off To War, Southern Gals (Shellac, 10").
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Dave Van Ronk and the Ragtime Jug Stompers is an album featuring Dave Van Ronk playing with a jug band. From The Mayor of MacDougal Street: "As for the jug band, that came about more or less by accident. One weekend Max Gordon, the owner of the Village Vanguard, was in Cambridge for some reason, and he walked by the Club 47 and saw this huge line of people waiting to get in to see the Jim Kweskin Jug Band
Sometimes with others, Van and Schenck continued composing songs, among which are ‘Mulberry Rose’, ‘I Miss The Old Folks Now’, ‘Open Up The Golden Gates To Dixieland’, ‘All The Boys Love Mary’, ‘All She’d Say Was Umh Hum ’ and ‘That Bran’ New Gal O’Mine’. Other artists who recorded their songs include Eddie Cantor, lyricist for their ‘Green River’, and Marion Harris, ‘That Red Headed Gal’, co-written with Henry Lodge. The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off To War. There's Something Nice About the South.
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Written-By – Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley
Written-By – Albert Gumble, Jack Yellen
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.