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Al Jolson Recording Discography


The First Columbia Disks

Columbia Records 1913-1919
04-Jun-13Pulman Porters' Parade

You Made Me Love You

That Little German Band

Everybody Snap Your Fingers With Me
14-Sep-14Back To The Carolina You Love

Revival Day
03-Dec-14Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers

When the Grown Up Ladies Act Like Babies
14-Jan-16Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula
28-Feb-16Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go?

Down Where The Swanee River Flows

Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl
17-May-16I Sent My Wife to the Thousand Isles

You're A Dangerous Girl
09-Jun-16I'm Saving Up The Means To Get To New Orleans
19-Sep-16Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone

I'm Down In Honolulu Looking Them Over

Don't Write Me Letters
26-Nov-16A Broken Doll

Ev'ry Little While
11-Dec-16Pray For Sunshine

From Here To Shanghai
29-May-17Tillie Titwillow
13-Dec-17Wedding Bells

I'm All Bound 'Round With The Mason-Dixon Line
22-Dec-17'N' Everything

There's A Lump of Sugar Down In Dixie
13-Mar-18Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody
03-Apr-18Hello Central, Give Me No Man's Land
10-Sep-18Tell That To The Marines

I Wonder Why She Kept On Saying "Si-Si-Si-Si Senor"
24-Oct-18I'll Say She Does
06-Dec-18On The Road To Calais
23-Jul-19Some Beautiful Morning

Who Played Poker With Pocahontas When John Smith Went Away?
14-Sep-19I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now
21-Sep-19You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet

I Gave Her That
03-Oct-19Tell Me
19-Oct-19Chloe
Note: The 14 Sep 14 recording of "Back To The Carolina You Love" was also released on the Little Wonder label, as Little Wonder No. 20. The singer was identified only as a Baritone, it was, of course, Al Jolson

Victor Second Columbia

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Updated 08 Jul 99