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Emil Seidel and his Orchestra

Emil Seidel and his Orchestra
Emil Seidel and his Orchestra Left to Right: Dick Kent, Gene Woods, Emil Seidel, Byron Smart, Maurice Bennett, Oscar Rosberg, Donn Kimmel, Clif Williams, Paul Brown.

Champion 15420-A was released under the pseudonym of Malcom Webb and his Gang.

Emil Seidel and his Orchestra

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Beautiful 1-9-1928 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6367
Counting The Days
(Samuels)
12-9-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6355
Dear, On A Night Like This 11-17-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6340
Down South
(Mydleton)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6309-B
Down South
(Mydleton)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Bell
576
For My Baby
(Kahal / Wheeler / Synder)
11-25-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6327-A
For My Baby
(Kahal / Wheeler / Synder)
11-25-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
303
Friday Night
(Hoagy Carmichael)
10-31-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6295-B
Champion
15420-A
Moonlight Lane 12-27-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6355
One More Night 12-9-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6340
She Wears The Pin Of XI PSI PHI 12-27-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6367
The Best Things In Life Are Free
(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6295-A
The Best Things In Life Are Free
(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Silvertone
5500
The Best Things In Life Are Free
(De Sylva / Brown / Henderson)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
309
The Hours I Spent With You
(Little / Young / Lewis)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6309-A
The Hours I Spent With You
(Little / Young / Lewis)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Bell
573
The Song Is Ended
(But The Melody Lingers On)
Vocal Chorus, Cliff Williams

(Irving Berlin)
11-25-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6327-A
The Song Is Ended
(But The Melody Lingers On)

(Irving Berlin)
11-25-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
300
The Song Is Ended
(But The Melody Lingers On)

(Irving Berlin)
11-25-1927 Richmond, Indiana Bell
572
Together, We Two
(Irving Berlin)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6324-A
Together, We Two
(Irving Berlin)
11-11-1927 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
300

Emil Seidel and his Orchestra

Artist Instrument
Maurice Bennett Tenor Saxophone
Paul Brown Bass Brass
Hoagy Carmichael Piano, Cornet
Jimmy Fisher Vocals
Dick Kent Alto Saxophone
Don Kimmell Banjo, Guitar
Oscar Rossberg Trombone
Emil Seidel Piano, Leader
Byron Smart Trumpet
Clifford Williams Drums, Vocals
Gene Woods Alto Saxophone

 

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