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American Quartet / Campbell And Burr - On The Mississippi / In A Little While download album

  • Performer: American Quartet
  • Title: On The Mississippi / In A Little While
  • Genre: Pop
  • Released: 1913
  • Style: Vocal
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American Quartet / Campbell And Burr - On The Mississippi / In A Little While download album

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. American Quartet, Campbell And Burr ‎– On The Mississippi, In A Little While. Label: Victor ‎– 17237.

Between 1898-1904 "American Quartet" was an alias for Haydn Quartet (aka Edison Male Quartet). This group released recordings under this pseudonym on many labels, including E. Berliner's Gramophone, Victor, Lambert Indestructible Record, Improved Gram-O-Phone Record and probably others. From 1909 onwards this was the name of an actual group that featured Billy Murray as lead tenor. This group was also known as the Premier Quartet and Premier-American Quartet.

Albert Campbell and Henry Burr. Henry Burr sets the tone on When I Lost You, the moving ballad that Irving Berlin wrote for his deceased newlywed wife. Burr further shows his power on the dramatic Last Night Was the End of the World, while an affectionate note is struck by the American Quartet on That Old Girl of Mine and by Helen Clark and Walter Van Brunt on Sympathy. And Jolie turns in an amazing performance on You Made Me Love You, from his first recording session with Columbia. Comic songs such as Ada Jones’ Row!

In 1913 the song in the charts was On the Mississippi by American Quartet. Select a Year .

The American Quartet was a four-member vocal group that recorded for various companies in the United States between 1899 and 1925. The membership varied over the years, but the most famous line-up - comprising John Bieling (first tenor), Billy Murray (second tenor), Steve Porter (baritone), and William F. Hooley (bass) - recorded for the Victor Talking Machine Company from 1909 to 1913

Similar Artists of Albert Campbell and Henry Burr. Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan. Billy Murray and the Edison Male Quartet. Ada Jones And Billy Murray With The American Quartet. Top Tracks of Albert Campbell and Henry Burr. When I Was Twenty One and You Were Sweet Sixteen. Pucker up your lips, Miss Lindy. They'll Be Mighty Proud In Dixie Of Their Old Black Joe. When I Was Twenty-One and You Were Sixteen. There's a Quaker Down in Quaker Town. By the old wishing well. By the dear old river Rhine.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A On The Mississippi
Written-By – Fields*, MacDonald*, Carroll*
B In A Little While
Written-By – Christie*, Kingsley*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.


Recording dates: October 22, 1912 (side A), and January 5, 1912 (side B)

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