Guy Lombardo with his Royal Canadians would continue to record for another fifty years but little of their music after this 1924 recording session can be considered jazz.
|Title||Recording Date||Recording Location||Company|
|Cotton Pickers Ball
(Elmer Schoebel / Billy Meyers)
(Lombardo / Fred Kreitzer)
|Mamas Gone, Goodbye
(Peter Bocage / A.J. Piron)
|So This Is Venice
(Clark / Leslie / Warren)
|Fred Higman||Tenor Saxophone|
|Carmen Lombardo||Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Vocals|
|Guy Lombardo||Violin, Leader|
|Eddie Mushurette||Bass Brass|
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