The Vaudeville Playlist: Gene Greene, “The Ragtime King”

KING OF THE BUNGALOOS

Camden, NJ: April 19, 1911  (released: August 1911)
Victor 5854  (mx. B-10211-3)
With studio orchestra (conductor uncredited in files)

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KING OF THE BUNGALOOS

Camden, NJ: March 19, 1917  (released June 1917)
Victor 18266  (mx. B-10211-6)
With studio orchestra (Joseph Pasternack, conductor)

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ALAMO RAG

Camden, NJ: April 19, 1911  (released: September 1911)
Victor 16887  (mx. B-10197-1)
With studio orchestra (conductor uncredited in files)

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CHINESE BLUES

New York: Released May 1917
Emerson 5175  (mx. 1219-1)
The uncredited pianist may be Charley Straight (Greene’s stage partner) or Malvin Franklin (Emerson’s house pianist, who’s credited on the label of at least one other Greene issue)

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Discographic details of Greene’s complete recordings, and those of more than 450 other American stage stars, can be found in The American Stage Performers Discography, available from Mainspring Press and many major libraries.

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