Various Artists - The Naughty 1920s: Red Hot & Risque Songs Of The Jazz Age Volume 2
Volume 2 of the Naughty 1920s Series contains 25 more risque songs from the 1920s in a beautifully digitally remastered state. Running the gamut from the finest Red Hot Jazz bands, to Pop, to the greatest 20s Novelty songs this album will delight and entertain! This set features renowned artists Irving Aaronson & His Commanders, Ben Selvin & His Orchestra, Scrappy Lambert, Helen Kane, Eddie Cantor, Coon-Sanders' Original Nighthawk Orchestra, Cliff Edwards, Rudy Vallee, Libby Holman, and many other legends of the Roaring Twenties.
- I Wanna Be Loved By You (Helen Kane With Leonard Joy & The Victor Orchestra) (2:47)
Vocals - Helen Kane, Director - Leonard W. Joy, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York September 20, 1928.
- I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight (Ben Selvin & His Orchestra) (3:05)
Violin & Vocals - Ben Selvin, Trumpet - Earl Oliver, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Larry Abbott, Tenor Sax - Lou Daly, Piano - Lew Cobey, Drums - Milton Sands, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York December 24, 1925.
- Hello Sweetie (B.A. Rolfe & His Lucky Strike Orchestra) (2:55)
Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Possibly The Rollickers Quartet, 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 March 19, 1929 .
- Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Coon-Sanders' Original Nighthawk Orchestra) (2:58)
Drums & Vocals - Carleton A. Coon, Trumpet - Joe Richolson, Trombone - Nick Mussolini, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Harold Thiell & John Thiell, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Orville Knapp, Piano - Joe Sanders, Banjo - Bill Haid, Bass - Pop Estep. Recorded In Camden, New Jersey July 27, 1925.
- Clorinda (The Chicago Loopers AKA Willard Robison & His Orchestra) (3:14)
Vocals - Willard Robison, Backup Vocals - Deep River Quintette, Cornet - Bix Beiderbecke, Clarinet - Don Murray, C Melody Sax - Frankie Trumbauer, Piano - Frank Signorelli, Banjo/Guitar - Eddie Lang, Drums - Vic Berton. Recorded In New York October 20, 1927.
- Someone Is Losin' Susan (Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra) (3:00)
Vocals - Frank Bessinger, Frank Wright, & Lester O'Keefe, Trumpet - Donald Bryan & Bill Moore, Trombone - Frank Sarlo, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Norman Ronemous & Len Kavash, Clarinet/C Melody Sax/Tenor Sax - Jack Pettis, Violin - Ben Bernie & Nick Gerlach, Piano - Oscar Levant, Banjo/Violin - Paul Nito, Bass - Max Rosen, Drums - Sam Fink. Recorded In New York July 19, 1926.
- Find Me A Primitive Man (Libby Holman With The Colonial Club Orchestra AKA Bob Haring & His Orchestra) (2:54)
Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Libby Holman, Director - Bob Haring, Trumpet - Manny Klein, Bob Effros, & Mike Mosiello, Trombone - Chuck Campbell & Charlie Butterfield, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Andy Sannella, Banjo - John Cali, Bass - John Helleberg, Drums - Stan King, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York December 1929.
- Marvelous (Ted Weems & His Orchestra) (2:39)
Drums & Vocals - Dusty Rhodes, Clarinet/Tenor Sax & Vocals - Parker Gibbs, Director - Ted Weems, Trumpet - Art Weems & Carl Agee, Trombone - Carl Workman, Clarinet/Alto Sax/Baritone Sax - Dick Cunliffe, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Thales Taylor, Piano - Bob Royce, Banjo - Probably Morton Parker Or Possibly Bill Comfort, Bass - Louis Terman. Recorded In Camden, New Jersey August 24, 1927.
- Hard-To-Get Gertie (Irving Aaronson & His Commanders) (2:41)
Piano & Vocals - Irving Aaronson, Trumpet - Mickey Bloom & Jimmy Taylor, Trombone - Cliff "Red" Stanley, Clarinet/Tenor Sax/Violin - Phil Saxe, Alto Sax/Baritone Sax/Violin - Harold Saliers, Alto Sax/Violin - Herman Hyde, Banjo - Ralph Napoli, Bass - Mack Walker, Drums - Stanley Johnson. Recorded In New York June 25, 1926.
- I Don't Mind Being All Alone (When I'm All Alone With You) (Cliff Edwards (AKA Ukulele Ike) & His Hot Combination) (2:53)
Ukulele & Vocals - Cliff Edwards, Cornet - Red Nichols, Trombone - Miff Mole, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Jimmy Dorsey, Piano - Arthur Schutt, Guitar - Dick McDonough, Drums - Vic Berton. Recorded In New York October 21, 1926.
- Baby Face (Jan Garber & His Orchestra) (2:47)
Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Benny Davis, Violin - Jan Garber, Trumpet - Harry Goldfield & Harold Peppie, Trombone - Johnny Cook, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Bill Grady & Coulton Livingston, Tenor Sax - Joe Bratton, Violin - Art Hayes Or Sammy Smith, Piano - Horace Rudiselli, Banjo - George Hoge, Bass - Joe Rhodes, Drums - Steve Brodie. Recorded In Camden, New Jersey June 29, 1926.
- I'm Just A Vagabond Lover (Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees) (3:16)
Vocals - Rudy Vallee, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York April 1, 1929.
- Do Something (Dorothy Lee & Morton Downey With Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians) (1:50)
Vocals - Dorothy Lee & Morton Downey, Director - Fred Waring, Piano - Tom Waring, Other Musicians Unknown. From The 1929 Film "Syncopation" Probably Recorded In Late 1928 Or Early 1929.
- Kiss And Make Up (Vincent Lopez & His Orchestra) (2:50)
Vocals - Irving Kaufman, Piano - Vincent Lopez, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York September 3, 1927.
- I'm On A Diet Of Love (Ethel Shutta With George Olsen & His Music) (2:40)
Vocals - Ethel Shutta, Cornet - George Olsen, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York December 22, 1929.
- Shake That Thing (Abe Lyman's California Orchestra) (3:02)
Trumpet - Ray Lopez & Howard Fenimore, Trombone - Orlando "Slim" Martin, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Jim Welton, Al Baker, Or Possibly Gus Mueller, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Horace "Zip" Keyes, Violin - John Schonberger & Charles Kaley, Piano - Gus Arnheim, Banjo - Charlie Pierce, Bass - John Helleberg, Drums - Abe Lyman. Recorded In Chicago February 1, 1926.
- Banana Oil (Vaughn De Leath) (2:58)
Vocals - Vaughn De Leath, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York April 7, 1925.
- Don't Bring Lulu (Billy Jones With The Little Ramblers) (3:07)
Vocals - Billy Jones, Trumpet - Red Nichols, Trombone - Tommy Dorsey, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Jimmy Dorsey, Tenor Sax - Sam Ruby Or Fred Cusick, Bass Sax/Goofus - Adrian Rollini, Piano - Irving Brodsky, Banjo - Tommy Felline, Drums/Kazoo - Stan King. Recorded In New York March 30, 1925.
- Cheerio, Cherry Lips, Cheerio (Harold "Scrappy" Lambert) (2:51)
Originally Released As Norman Wallace, Vocals - Harold "Scrappy" Lambert, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In Richmond, Indiana October 24 Or October 28, 1928.
- The Original Charleston (Isham Jones & His Orchestra) (2:44)
Cornet - Frank Quartell, Trombone - Carroll Martin & Bud Graham, Clarinet/Alto Sax/Oboe - Al Mauling, Tenor Sax - Isham Jones, Soprano Sax/Violin - Artie Vanasec, Violin - Leo Murphy, Piano - Roy Bargy, Banjo - Joe Miller, Bass - John Kuhn, Drums - Arthur Layfield. Recorded In New York October 2, 1925.
- That's You, Baby (Irving Mills With George Olsen & His Music) (3:12)
Vocals - Irving Mills (Originally Credited As Erwin Magee), Cornet - George Olsen, Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded In New York March 22, 1929.
- My Old Girl's My New Girl Now (Smith Ballew With Meyer Davis' Swanee Syncopators) (3:04)
Vocals - Smith Ballew (Originally Credited As Eddy Thomas), Other Musicians Unknown. Recorded Mid October 1928.
- Sister Aimee Semple McPherson On Prohibition (Sister Aimee Semple McPherson) (1:03)
Speech - Sister Aimee Semple McPherson. Possibly Recorded Early 1926.
- I Married The Bootlegger's Daughter (Frank Crumit) (2:51)
Ukulele & Vocals - Frank Crumit, Piano - Frank Banta. Recorded In Camden, New Jersey June 10, 1925.
- My Blue Heaven (Gene Austin With Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra) (3:36)
Exact Personnel Unknown But Probable Personnel Included Vocals - Gene Austin, Whistling - Possibly Robert MacGimsey, Director - Nat Shilkret, Trumpet - Del Staigers & Mike Mosiello, Trombone - Chuck Campbell, Clarinet/Alto Sax - Andy Sannella & Larry Abbott, Clarinet/Tenor Sax - Maurice Pierce, Violin - Lou Raderman, Murray Kellner, Benny Posner, & Peter Eisenber, Cello - Abe Borodkin, Piano - Jack Shilkret Or Milt Rettenberg, Banjo - Harry Reser, Bass - Jack Pierce, Drums - Joe Green. Recorded In New York September 14, 1927.