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Bye Bye Blackbird - Gene Austin (1926)

Gene Austin (1900-1972) personally is one of my favorite singers, and Bye Bye Blackbird is my favorite song from the 1920's ...

Gene Austin - A Garden in the Rain (1929)

Charted at #15 in 1929. This beautiful song was also recorded by John McCormack in 1929. A remake by the Four Aces charted ...

"Aint She Sweet?" (Gene Austin, 1927)

Emblematic ditty of the Coolidge Era and, along with the Democratic Party anthem, "Happy Days are Here Again" and "Crazy ...

Gene Austin - My Melancholy Baby (1927)

Charted at #3 in 1928. This song was written in 1912. An early version by Walter Van Brunt charted at #9 in April 1915. It charted ...

Gene Austin - Did You Ever See A Dream Walking

The music was written by Harry Revel, the lyrics by Mack Gordon. The song was originally published in 1933 and since then, there ...

1928 HITS ARCHIVE: My Blue Heaven - Gene Austin

Sometimes cited as one of the best-selling records of all-time, this multi-million seller has an interesting 'back story' which is ...

Gene Austin - Ramona (1928)

Charted at #1 in 1928. Theme song of the 1928 movie of the same name, starring Dolores Del Rio. The second most popular ...

My Blue Heaven - Gene Austin (1927)

"My Blue Heaven" is a rather peaceful song that is most notably sung by Gene Austin (1900-1972) in 1927. It was written by Walter ...

After You've Gone (1934) Gene Austin

Featuring Gene Austin (piano), Candy Candido (bass), Otto Heimel (guitar). From the motion picture "Sadie McKee".

Tonight You Belong to Me (Recorded December 1926)

Provided to YouTube by Catapult Reservatory, LLC Tonight You Belong to Me (Recorded December 1926) · Gene Austin Popular ...

Gene Austin - Did You Ever See A Dream Walking

late 20's early 30s tune during the depression also can be hard on the green mile.

Gene Austin "She's Funny That Way" (1928)

"She's Funny That Way" Words by Richard Whiting Music by Neil Moret (aka Charles Daniels) Performed by Gene Austin, tenor ...

Gene Austin - Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? 1933 (The Green Mile)

Gene Austin (June 24, 1900 -- January 24, 1972) was an American singer and songwriter, one of the first "crooners". His 1920s ...

1929 HITS ARCHIVE: Carolina Moon - Gene Austin

A saxophone obligato by Andy Sannella enhances this major best-seller by crooner Austin. CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: ...

1926 HITS ARCHIVE: Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue - Gene Austin

Top-selling version of the familiar tune, modified from a 1914 composition sometimes credited to Percy Weinrich and Jack ...

1920s Music of Gene Austin --Sleepy Time Gal @Pax41

Gene Austin - Sleepy Time Gal recorded 12/11/1925 piano by Dave Franklin and ukulele by May Singhi Breen #1920smusic, ...

Gene Austin - Jeannine, I Dream of Lilac Time (1928)

Charted at #1 in 1928. Also #2 for Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra in 1928, and #15 for John McCormack in 1929. Theme ...

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