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Red Nichols and his Five Pennies record Can't We Be Friends and Wait For The Happy Ending, for Brunswick Records in New York City, USA.
When US jazz musician Luis Russell records The New Call Of The Freaks, the record is electrically faded out at the end. This is thought to have been the first use of a fade-out on a commercial recording.
The DeBroy Somers Band, records Paul Rubens Memories - Part 1, and Ivan Caryll Memories for Columbia Records in London, UK.
Harry Bidgood And His Broadcasters record Heather Moon, for Vocalion Records in London, UK. Bidgood is perhaps better known as an accordian bandleader under his pseudonym of Primo Scala.
Red Nichols And His Five Pennies record Can't We Be Friends and Wait For The Happy Ending, for Brunswick Records in New York City, USA.
The DeBroy Somers Band, records Paul Rubens Memories - Part 1, and Ivan Caryll Memories for Columbia Records in London, UK.
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra record At Twilight, in New York City, USA, for Columbia Records.