Irving Kaufman - Anthology: The Last Recording Pioneer mp3 album
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Singer Irving Kaufman is perhaps best known for sounding painfully out of date on quite a few late-'20s jazz recordings, lowering the quality of some performances featuring cornetist Bix Beiderbecke. However, this Archeophone release shows that Kaufman did have a prime period, for the great majority of the 26 selections are from 1914-1923. Kaufman's clear enunciation and enthusiasm, which sounded quite square in 1927, was almost hip for 1917 and he hints at jazz as early as 1915 on the intriguing "Listen to That Dixie Band.
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Vocalist Irving Kaufman performed and recorded with jazz combos and dance bands as well as on Broadway and in vaudeville from the time he was eight years old, sometimes keeping so busy he had to make use of pseudonyms such as Noel Taylor to avoid violating contracts or otherwise irritating people in the music business. His presence might also be indicated simply by the phrase "with vocal chorus" printed on a record label. All told, Kaufman is said to have recorded more songs than any other popular tenor singer during the '20s. The Archeophone label released an even better collection in 2006, The Last Recording Pioneer. Eugene Chadbourne, Rovi.
Irving Kaufman (February 8, 1890 – January 3, 1976) was a prolific American early twentieth century singer, recording artist and vaudeville performer. Kaufman was born Isidore Kaufman in Syracuse, New York, the son of Russian Jewish immigrants. He was a member of The Kaufman Brothers, along with his brothers Phillip and Jack. From 1913 through 1919 Kaufman was part of The Avon Comedy Four, a popular comedy and music group that was formed in 1902
In 1946 and 1947, Irving Kaufman recorded numbers to be broadcast on the radio show Music Hall Varieties. Two dozen songs were pressed for the NBC-produced Thesaurus Orthacoustic, a radio transcription label, and distributed to stations. He continued making the occasional 78 rpm recording until 1947, the last being "The Curse of an Aching Heart" coupled with "Think It Over Mary" (originally issued on the Sterling label, also issued on the Bennett label). Around this time he also recorded for Sterling some Yiddish comedy songs like "Moe the Schmo Makes Love" and "Moe the Schmo Takes a Rhumba Lesson. In August 1974 he recorded in his California home eight songs for a two-album set that reissued some of his old recordings, which means Kaufman's recording career spanned six decades, from 1914 to 1974.
Anthology: The King of Comic Singers, 1894-1917 features 30 selections, taken from rare cylinders and discs, that highlight Dan W. Quinn’s quarter-century in the studio, featuring the up-to-date comic numbers he was best known for, along with sentimental ballads and ragtime songs he helped establish as standards. The collection begins in 1903, when disc technology was still in its primitive stages, and ends in 1928, during the early electrical recording era, showing Burr in full vocal power. Duets with Ada Jones, Albert Campbell, and Frank Stanley, trios with Campbell and Oakland and the Sterling Trio, and quartets with the amazing Peerless Quartet-they’re all here on this outstanding collection.
|1||–Irving Kaufman||I Love The Ladies|
|2||–Irving Kaufman||They Don't Hesitate Anymore|
|3||–Irving Kaufman||Underneath The Japanese Moon|
|4||–Irving Kaufman||Listen To That Dixie Band|
|5||–Irving Kaufman||My Fox Trot Wedding Day|
|6||–Irving Kaufman With Billy Murray||Are You From Dixie? ('Cause I'm From Dixie Too)|
|7||–Irving Kaufman With Avon Comedy Four||You're A Dangerous Girl|
|8||–Irving Kaufman||Mr. Jazz Himself|
|9||–Irving Kaufman||I'm All Bound 'Round With The Mason Dixon Line|
|10||–Irving Kaufman With Columbia Quartette||Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here|
|11||–Irving Kaufman||Oh! Susie Behave|
|12||–Irving Kaufman||Take Your Girlie To The Movies (If You Can't Make Love At Home)|
|13||–Irving Kaufman||You'd Be Surprised|
|14||–Irving Kaufman With The Three Kaufields||Goodnight Angeline|
|15||–Irving Kaufman With Eubie Blake||Sweet Lady - Medley|
|16||–Irving Kaufman||Ten Little Fingers And Ten Little Toes (Down In Tennessee)|
|17||–Irving Kaufman||My Yiddisha Mammy|
|18||–Irving Kaufman With Jack Kaufman||Mr. Gallagher And Mr. Shean|
|19||–Irving Kaufman||When You And I Were Young Maggie Blues|
|20||–Irving Kaufman With Bailey's Lucky Seven||Yes! We Have No Bananas|
|21||–Irving Kaufman||Yes Sir, That's My Baby|
|22||–Irving Kaufman With Vaughn De Leath||You Took Advantage Of Me|
|23||–Irving Kaufman||That's The Good Old Sunny South|
|24||–Irving Kaufman||In The Good Old Summertime|
|25||–Irving Kaufman With The Dandies||Think It Over Mary|
|26||–Irving Kaufman With Belle Brooks||God Bless America|
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