~ Olde Tyme Music ~
This Is The Dominion Records A154 Recording ( Also Recorded On Cameo, Romeo, Banner and Lincoln). Recorded April, 1929. Sam Lanin Orchestra As The Broadway Broadcasters.
... Scrappy Lambert On Vocals ...
A lot of songs had this name in 1929, not to be confused with Helen Kane's version.
Vintage Pulp Fiction Pin-Up Cover Girl Art Slideshow.
Sam (C.) Lanin (September 4, 1891 - May 5, 1977) was an American jazz bandleader.
Lanin's brothers, Howard and Lester, were also bandleaders, and all of them had sustained, successful careers in music.
Lanin was one of ten children born to Russian-Jewish immigrants who emigrated to Philadelphia in the decade of the 1900s.
Sam played clarinet and violin while young, and in 1912 he was offered a spot playing in Victor Herbert's orchestra, where he played through World War I.
After the war he moved to New York City and began playing at the Roseland Ballroom in late 1918.
There he established the Roseland Orchestra; this ensemble recorded for the Columbia Gramophone Company in the early 1920s.
Harold "Scrappy" Lambert (May 12, 1901 -- November 30, 1987, New Brunswick, New Jersey) was an American dance band vocalist who appeared on hundreds of recordings from the 1920s to the 1940s.
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