Various Artists - The Naughty 1920s: Red Hot & Risque Songs Of The Jazz Age Volume 1
This album contains 25 of the best Risque and Naughty songs from the 1920s in a beautifully digitally remastered state. Running the gammut from the finest Red Hot Jazz bands, to Pop, to the greatest purveyors of classic '20s Novelty songs this album will delight and entertain! Featuring such renowned artists as Helen Kane, Irving Aaronson & His Commanders, Eddie Cantor, Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra, Cliff Edwards, Annette Hanshaw, Jan Garber & His Orchestra, and many other legends of the Roaring Twenties, this compilation is sure to be greatly enjoyed by any fan of the music of the Jazz Age.
- Let's Misbehave (Irving Aaronson & His Commanders) (2:52)
Vocals - Phil Saxe. Recorded In Camden, New Jersey March 1, 1928.
- I Want To Be Bad (Helen Kane With Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra) (3:05)
Vocals - Helen Kane, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York January 30, 1929.
- Let's Sow A Wild Oat (Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra) (2:59)
Clarinet & Vocals - Jimmie Noone, Clarinet/Alto Sax & Vocals - Joe Preston, Cornet - George Mitchell, Piano - Alex Hill, Trombone - Fayette Williams, Banjo/Guitar - Junie Cobb, Bass - Bill Newton, Drums - Johnny Wells. Recorded In Chicago December 27, 1928.
- Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love) (B.A. Rolfe (Trumpet Virtuoso) & His Palais D'Or Orchestra) (3:26)
Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Unknown, Trumpet - B.A. Rolfe, Pete Capodiferro, Vina Bono, H. Berkin, Frank Korminsky, Joe Lindwurm, & Phil Napoleon, Trombone - H. Green, Charles Harris, & Dave Boyd, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Andy Sannella, George Napoleon, Ross Gorman, & Fred Hartman, Clarinet/Tenor Sax/Cello - Lucien Smith, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Harold van Emburgh, Violin - Walter Edelstein, Billy Artz, Enric Madriguera, Fritz Forsch, Harry Salter, & Pete Eisenberg, Piano - Milt Rettenberg, Banjo - Tony Colicchio, Bass - Guss Helleberg, John Helleberg, & Cy Harris, Drums - Fred Albright & William Dorn. Recorded In New York Either Unknown Date In 1928 Or January 11, 1929.
- Makin' Whoopee (Eddie Cantor With Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra) (3:11)
Vocals - Eddie Cantor, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York December 18, 1928.
- No Wonder She's A Blushing Bride (Art Fowler & His Ukulele) (2:23)
Ukulele & Vocals - Art Fowler. Recorded In Late December 1926.
- Good Little, Bad Little You (Cliff Edwards (AKA Ukulele Ike)) (2:39)
Ukulele, Kazoo, & Vocals - Cliff Edwards, Alto Sax - Andy Sannella, Guitar - Eddie Lang, Violin - Joe Venuti, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York September 21, 1928.
- I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling (Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra) (3:20)
Vocals - Harold "Scrappy" Lambert, Trumpet - Donald Bryan & Phil Hart, Trombone - Paul Weigan, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Len Kavash & Dick Stabile, Clarinet/C Melody Sax/Tenor Sax - Jack Pettis, Violin - Ben Bernie & Nick Gerlach, Piano - Al Goergin, Banjo - Clay Bryson, Bass - Merrill Kline, Drums/Xylophone - Dillon Ober. Recorded In New York Late March 1929.
- My Bundle Of Love (Gene Austin) (2:14)
Vocals - Gene Austin, Piano - Jack Shilkret, Violin - Lou Raderman. Recorded In New York December 2, 1925.
- Doin' The New Low Down (Lud Gluskin Orchestra) (2:58)
Vocals - Emile Christian, Howard E. Kennedy, & Eddie Ritten, Trumpet - Eddie Ritten & Faustin Jeanjean, Trombone - Emile Christian, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Gene Prendergast, Clarinet/Bass Sax/Xylophone - Spencer Clark, Tenor Sax - Georges Charron, Violin - Raphael Brogiotti, Piano - Paulie Freed, Banjo - Howard E. Kennedy, Bass - Arthur Pavoni, Drums - Jim Kelly. Recorded In Berlin, Germany October 1929.
- My Sweeter Than Sweet (Elmer Grosso & His Greenwich Village Orchestra (Originally Released As Champion Dance Kings)) (2:56)
Vocals - Elmer Grosso, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded November, 19 1929.
- I Must Have That Man (Annette Hanshaw & Her Sizzlin' Syncopators) (2:56)
Vocals - Annette Hanshaw, Trumpet - Mike Mosiello, Clarinet - Jimmy Lytell, Alto Sax/Hawaiian Steel Guitar - Andy Sannella, Piano - Rube Bloom. Recorded In New York July 24, 1928.
- Charleston Charley (Bert Firman & His Orchestra (Originally Issued As Arcadians Dance Orchestra)) (2:30)
Vocals - Unknown, Trumpet - Max Goldberg, Trombone - Ben Oakley Or Ted Heath, Clarinet/Alto Sax/Baritone Sax - Arthur Lally, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Billy Barton, Violin - Bert Firman, Piano - John Firman, Banjo - Joe Brannelly, Bass - Possibly Billy Bell, Drums - Max Bacon, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In Hayes, Middlesex, England February 9, 1926.
- (What Do We Do On A) Dew-Dew-Dewey Day (Charles Kaley & His Orchestra) (2:38)
Vocals - Charles Kaley, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In Chicago June 16, 1927.
- Huggable Kissable You (Billy Bartholomew & His Orchestra) (3:25)
Vocals - Billy Bartholomew, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded At The Palais de Danse, Berlin, Germany In October 1929.
- My Sin (Ben Selvin & His Orchestra) (2:56)
Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Probably Smith Ballew, Trumpet - Manny Klein, Tommy Gott, Bob Effros, Mike Mosiello, Leo McConville, & Fred Farrar, Trombone - Tommy Dorsey (Confirmed), Clarinet/Alto Sax - Larry Abbott, Andy Sannella, Louis Martin, Merle Johnson, & Lucien Smith, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Hymie Wolfson & Joe Dubin, Violin - Ben Selvin & Sol Klein, Piano - Arthur Schutt, Larry Murphy, Rube Bloom, & Irving Brodsky, Banjo/Guitar - Carl Kress, Dick McDonough, & Tony Colucci, Bass - Jack Hansen, Joe Tarto, Hank Stern, & Norman McPherson, Drums - Stan King. Recorded In New York April 9, 1929.
- Masculine Women, Feminine Men (The Savoy Havana Band) (2:41)
Violin & Vocals - Cyril Ramon Newton, Trumpet - Jimmy Wornell, Trombone - Bernard Tipping, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Howard Jacobs & Van Phillips, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Leslie Bates, Violin & Director - Reginald Batten, Piano - Billy Mayerl, Banjo/Violin - Phil Spector, Banjo - Dave Thomas, Bass - Jim Bellamy, Drums - Laurie Huntington. Recorded At The Savoy Hotel In Hayes, Middlesex, England February 26, 1926.
- You Don't Like It - Not Much (Jan Garber & His Orchestra) (3:00)
Vocals - Webb Hahne, Trumpet & Vocals - Harry Goldfield, Cornet - Nat Shilkret, Trumpet - Harold Peppie, Trombone - Johnny Cook, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Bill Grady & Coulton Livingston, Tenor Sax - Joe Bratton, Violin - Jan Garber & Art Hayes Or Sammy Smith, Piano - Horace Rudiselli, Banjo - George Hoge, Bass - Joe Rhodes, Drums - Steve Brodie. Recorded In New York May 18, 1927.
- I'm Doing What I'm Doing For Love (Teddy Kline & His Orchestra) (2:54)
Vocals - The Two Jazzers (Laszlo Mocsanyi & Tibor Lakos), Trumpet - Nick Casti & George Hirst, Trombone - Ben Pickering, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Teddy Kline, Alto Sax - Christian Wagner, Tenor Sax/Bass Sax - Possibly Billy Barton, Violin - Mario Lagos, Piano - George Haentzschel, Banjo - Mike Danzi - Bass - Probably Andre Schuster Or Jack de Vries, Drums - Dick Stauf. Recorded In Berlin, Germany July Or August, 1929.
- Ain't She Sweet (Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra) (2:36)
Vocals - Harold "Scrappy" Lambert & Billy Hillpot, Trumpet - Donald Bryan & Bill Moore, Trombone - Frank Sarlo, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Norman Ronemous & Len Kavash, Clarinet/C Melody Sax/Tenor Sax - Jack Pettis, Piano - Oscar Levant, Violin - Ben Bernie & Nick Gerlach, Violin/Banjo - Paul Nito, Bass - Max Rosen, Drums - Sam Fink. Recorded In New York January 28, 1927.
- I'm More Than Satisfied (The Chicago Loopers AKA Willard Robison & His Orchestra) (3:29)
Vocals - Willard Robison, Backup Vocals - Deep River Quintette, Cornet - Bix Beiderbecke, Clarinet - Don Murray, C Melody Sax - Frankie Trumbauer, Piano - Arthur Schutt, Guitar - Carl Kress, Drums - Chauncey Morehouse. Recorded In New York October 20, 1927.
- Wishing And Waiting For Love (Fred Rich & His Orchestra) (3:20)
Vocals - The Rollickers Quartet, Trumpet - Leo McConville, Trumpet/Trombone - Tommy Dorsey, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Jimmy Dorsey & Tony Parenti, Clarinet/Alto Sax/Tenor Sax - Fred Cusick, Violin - Al Duffy, Guitar - Carl Kress, Bass - Joe Tarto, Drums - Stan King. Recorded In New York June 12, 1929.
- My Pet (Bert Firman's Dance Orchestra) (3:19)
Vocals - Maurice Elwin, Trumpet - Sylvester Ahola & Andy Richardson, Soprano Sax/Alto Sax - Barney Sorkin, Alto Sax - Arthur Lally, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Johnny Helfer, Violin - Bert Firman, Piano - Cecil Norman, Banjo/Guitar - Joe Brannelly, Bass - Billy Bell, Drums - Harry Robbins. Recorded In Hayes, Middlesex, England July 2, 1928.
- The Dumber They Come, The Better I Like 'Em (Eddie Cantor With George Olsen & His Music) (1:40)
Vocals - Eddie Cantor, Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Cornet - George Olsen, Trumpet - Red Nichols, Trumpet/Mellophone/Alto Sax - Floyd Rice, Trombone - Chuck Campbell, Soprano Sax/Alto Sax - George Henkel, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Buck Toder, Tenor Sax/Violin - Dave Phennig, Piano - Eddie Kilfeather, Banjo/Alto Sax - Billy Priest, Bass - Jack Hansen. Recorded In New York Late 1923 Or Early 1924.
- Red Hot Mama (The Brox Sisters) (2:38)
Vocals - Josephine "Bobbe" Brock, Eunice "Lorayne" Brock, & Kathleen "Patricia" Brock, Piano - Arthur Johnston. Recorded In Camden, New Jersey October 4 Or 6, 1924.