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  1. Sharr says:
    Jul 27,  · In and , Irving Kaufman recorded numbers to be broadcast on the radio show Music Hall Varieties. Two dozen songs were pressed for the NBC-produced Thesaurus Orthacoustic, a radio.
  2. Gukinos says:
    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about interested editors are invited to join the project and contribute to the instructions on how to use this banner, please refer to the documentation. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale.
  3. JoJotilar says:
    Apr 30,  · The Radio Imps (prob. Jerry Macy and Ed Smalle) - We Love It () - Domino B (Canada) Annette Hanshaw - I'm Somebody's Somebody Now () - The Twenties Sweetheart Jasmine JASMCD Lou Gold and his Orch (Irving Kaufman, v) - I'm Doin' That Thing () - Perfect B Helen Kane - I Owe You () - Victor B.
  4. Tasida says:
    Irving Kaufman was born on month day , at birth place, New York, to Barnet Asher Kaufman and Lena Kaufman (born Cohn). Barnet was born on November 8 , in Russia. Lena was born on May 13 , in Poland, Russia.
  5. JoJolkis says:
    Mar 23,  · Two German newspapers say the baby is a boy. Jonas deserves much praise for how carefully he has kept his personal life and his children out of .
  6. Sasar says:
    Irving Kaufman discography and songs: Music profile for Irving Kaufman, born 8 February Genres: Vaudeville. Albums include Jazz Baby / I Ain'ten Got'en No Time to Have the Blues, Chong (He Come From Hong Kong) / Oh! Death, Where Is Thy Sting?, and .
  7. Vocage says:
    The Radio Imps, Irving Kaufman: The Radio Imps, Irving Kaufman - Baby Face / Lena ‎ (Shellac, 10") Domino (2) US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Eddie Peabody.
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  9. Daim says:
    US shellac label which ran from to For the The Gramophone Co. Ltd./EMI label please use Regal. Regal was introduced by the Emerson Phonograph Company Inc. in as a mid-priced (50¢) alternative to Emerson Records (2), which retailed for 85¢. These earliest issues drew on Emerson masters exclusively, but nearly all issues.

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