Hit songs in 1928 

 

 

 

Vaughn De Leath

 

My Blue Heaven (lmp3 ) Vaughn De Leath was a famous female radio jazz singer who gained popularity in the 1920s and became known as "The Original Radio Girl" and "First Lady of RadioOne of her songs was "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", recorded in 1927 and later recorded by Elvis Presley in 1960. Although popular in the 1920s, De Leath is little known today.

 

 

 The man I love

Sophie tucker

 

 

Diga Diga Doo

 Irving Mills & His Hotsy Totsy Gang

 

 

Abe Lyman's

Sharps and Flats

 

 

I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground

 Bascom Lamar Lunsford

 

 

Thats My Mammy

 Sam Lanin

 

 

I Can't Give you anything but Love

Sid Roy

 

 

"Basin Street Blues"

Louis Armstrong Dixieland recording

 

 

 

 

"She's Funny That Way"

Gene Austin

 


"Tight Like That"

  Tampa Red and Georgia Tom

 


"How Long Blues"

Leroy Carr

 

 

 West End Blues 1928

Louis Armstrong

 

 

Joseph and Cleoma Falcon  

Allons Lafayette "Let's Go To Lafayette"  1928

This is the first recoirded Cajun songs .

 

 

 Popular Music from the year 1928 - 10 songs

Song 1 - Ipana Troubadors - Sunshine - vocal Scrappy Lambert - recorded 2/23/1928  

Song 2 - Colonial Club Orchestra - I'd Love To Go Around With You - vocal Scrappy Lambert - recorded 3/23/1928  

Song 3 - Ben Selvin & His Orchestra - In My Bouquet Of Memories - recorded 3/30/1928  

Song 4 - Johnny Marvin - Think Of Me Thinking Of You - recorded 5/2/1928  

Song 5 - Anson Weeks & His Mark Hopkins Orchestra - recorded 5/3/1928  

Song 6 - Anglo - Persians (Katzman) - The Dance Of The Blue Danube - recorded 5/4/1928  

Song 7 - Charlie Straight's Orchestra - Just A Night For Meditation - vocal Frank Sylvano - recorded 5/3/1928

 Song 8 - Gene Austin - Jeannine I Dream Of Lilac Time - recorded 6/26/1928  

Song 9 - Freddie Rose - Cuddle Up A Little Closer - recorded 6/1928  Song

10 - Coon - Sanders Orchestra - Down Where The Sun Goes Down - vocal Joe Sanders - recorded 6/29/1928

 

 

 

 

 

 Best Sellers

of 1928

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