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Earl Fuller's New York Orchestra

For a band biography see entries for Earl Fuller’s Famous Jazz BandEarl Fuller’s Rector Novelty Orchestra.

Earl Fuller's New York Orchestra

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Ain’t We Got Fun
(Kahn / Egan / Whiting)
1921 New York, New York Olympic
15116-A
Symphony Concert Record
21180-A
Just Because
(Stevens / Frosini)
1921 New York, New York Olympic
15116-B
Symphony Concert Record
21180-B
Just Because
(Stevens / Frosini)
1921 New York, New York Edison
50824-R
Melody in F
(Will B. Morrison)

Releasaed as “Haynes’ Harlem Syncopators”

1921 New York, New York Olympic
15118
Black Swan
2058-B
I Wonder Where My Sweet, Sweet Daddy’s Gone
(Hammed / Stark)
1921 New York, New York Edison
50824-L

Earl Fuller's New York Orchestra

Artist Instrument
Earl Fuller Director?
unknown Orchestra

 

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