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The Hotel Biltmore was located at Madison Avenue and 43rd Street in New York City. Additional records by this group were released simply as Roger Wolfe Kahn and his Orchestra.

ddd discography

TitleRecording DateRecording LocationCompany
A Little Bungalow
(from the Musical Comedy “Cocoanuts”)

(Irving Berlin)
11-19-1925New York, New YorkVictor
Bam-Bam-Bammy Shore
(Mort Dixon / Ray Henderson)
10-2-1925New York, New YorkVictor
Down And Out Blues
(W. Earthman Farrell / Arthur Sizemore)
11-27-1925New York, New YorkVictor
(Fred Fisher)
3-10-1925New York, New YorkVictor
I Never Knew
(Ted Forito / Gus Kahn)
11-13-1925New York, New YorkVictor
I’m Sitting On Top Of The World
(Just Rolling Along – Just Rolling Along)

(Ray Henderson / Samuel Lewis / Joseph Young)
11-13-1925New York, New YorkVictor
Look Who’s Here10-2-1925New York, New YorkVictor
Lucky Boy
(from the Musical Comedy “Cocoanuts”)

(Irving Berlin)
11-27-1925New York, New YorkVictor
(Just For You)

(Joseph Burke / Benny Davis)
3-10-1925New York, New YorkVictor
You Told Me To Go
Vocal refrain by Franklyn Baur

(Sedgwick / Lyman / Cohen)
11-19-1925New York, New YorkVictor

Owen BartlettClarinet, Alto Saxophone
Franklyn BaurVocals
Vic BertonDrums
Arnold BrilhartClarinet, Alto Saxophone
Arthur CampbellBrass Bass
Chuck CampbellTrombone
Tommy GottTrumpet
Ephraim HannafordTrombone
Dick JohnsonClarinet, Alto Saxophone
Roger Wolfe KahnAlto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Leader
Licco LiggyViolin
Leo McConvilleTrumpet
Earl OliverTrumpet
Morris PayesClarinet, Alto Saxophone
Joe RaymondViolin
Raymond RomanoPiano
Domenic RomeoBanjo, Guitar
Arthur SchuttPiano
Elliot ShawVocals
Harold SturrClarinet, Tenor Saxophone
William TresizeAlto Saxophone, Violin
Joe VenutiViolin
Ken WhitmerDrums


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