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|I'm on My Way to Reno||Billy Murray||Edison 10405 2-minute cylinder 1910|
|Always Leave Them Laughing When You Say Goodbye||Billy Murray||Victor 5296 Disc 1907|
|On the Old Front Porch||Ada Jones and Billy Murray||Victor 17425-A Disc 1913|
|That Hypnotizing Man||American Quartet||Victor 17031-A Disc 1911|
|You Can't Get Lovin' Where There Ain't Any Love||Louisiana Five Jazz Orchestra (Incidental Chorus by Billy Murray)||Columbia A2857 Disc 1919|
|1938 radio transcription||Billy Murray on the radio!||CD-R 1939|
|Wanita (Wanna Eat? Wanna Eat?)||Billy Murray||Victor 19023-B Disc 1923|
I'd love to hear his "Medicine Man for the Blues". My favorite Murray recording is "I Found a Lemon in the Garden of Love (wher they say only peaches grow)."
I think Ryan is an amazing guy-for someone who was born in the 1980's (born more than 100 years after Billy Murray was born in 1977). Thank you, Ryan.
Wonder if Billy ever did Gilbert and Sullivan patter songs. He was fantastic.
Nat M. Lucas:
This is the site that puts the YAHOO!!! on the 'net!
Glad to be back; it makes it all the more worthwhile to donate to WMUH, at least for me! Sounds great as ever!
Mr. Murray is still loved by many!
So many of his songs are on youtube for everyone to enjoy.
search Billy Murray or multimartiniman.
I have TONS of his early recordings on Victor as well as Edison Disc and cylinder.
Thank you Mr. Murray for all your work!
Billy Murray is my favorite singer from the early 1900's. His classic style takes you back in time. My favorite 78 vinyls I have of his singing is "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1909) and "When We Were Two Little Boys" (1903)
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