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Billy Murray – Colorado Music Hall of Fame Inductee

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Billy Murray Discography – 1917 through Present

March, 1917 – Victor 18215 – “Rolling Stones (All Come Rolling Home Again)” – #9 (as a member of the American Quartet)

April, 1917 – Victor 18205 – “If It Weren’t For You” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1917 – Victor 18242 – “Napoleon” (didn’t chart)

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July, 1917 – Victor 18335 – “Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France”

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August, 1917 – Edison 50407 – “For Me and My Gal” – #9

August, 1917 – Victor 18386 – “I’d Feel at Home if They’d Let Me Join the Army” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1917 – Victor 18333 – “Over There” (as a member of the American Quartet)

September, 1917 – Edison – “Over There” b/w “I’ll Make You Want Me” (with Rachel Grant)

December, 1917 – Victor 18497 – “Sailin’ Away on the Henry Clay” – #3 (as a member of the American Quartet)

December, 1917 – Edison – “Little by Little and Bit by Bit” b/w “Got to It” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1918 – Victor 18433 – “The Further It Is From Tipperary” (didn’t chart)

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June, 1918 – Victor 18455 – “K-K-K-Katy (Stammering Song)” – #3

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June, 1918 – Victor 18482 – “Story Book Ball”

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July, 1918 – Victor 18465 – “They Were All Out of Step But Jim” – #3

August, 1918 – Victor 18474 – “Indianola” (didn’t chart)

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October, 1918 – Victor 18510 – “When Tony Goes Over the Top”

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November, 1918- Victor 18497 – “Everything is Peaches Down In Georgia” – #5 (as a member of the American Quartet)

December, 1918 – Edison – “Qui Qui Marie” (didn’t chart)

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December, 1918 – Victor 18515 – “The Worst is Yet to Come”

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February, 1919 – Edison 50750 – “The Land of Minstrels” (as a member of the Premier Quartet Minstrels – didn’t chart)

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February, 1919 – Paramount 33029 – “Freckles” (didn’t chart)

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February, 1919 – Paramount 33042 – “And He’d Say Oo La La Wee Wee” (didn’t chart)

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February, 1919 – Victor 18634 – “Freckles” b/w “You’d Be Surprised”

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March, 1919 – Victor 18522 – “Alcoholic Blues” #5

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March, 1919 – Columbia 2702 – “The Alcoholic Blues” b/w “I’m Goin’ To Settle Down Outside Of London Town”(with The Peerless Quartet – didn’t chart)

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March, 1919 – Edison Amberol 3666 – “After You’ve Gone” – #9 (with Gladys Rice)

April, 1919 – Puritan 9029 – “Freckles” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1919 – Columbia 2702 – “I’m Goin’ To Settle Down Outside Of London Town”

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May, 1919 – Emerson 9161 – “Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1919 – Okeh 1159 – “Can You Tame Wild Wimmen”” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1919 – Edison 50572 – “I Ain’en Got-en No Time To Have the Blues”

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June, 1919 – Edison 50587 – “A Police Court Scene” – (as a member of Steve Porter & Company – didn’t chart)

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July, 1919 – Gennett 4526 – “Heart Breaking Baby Doll”

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July, 1919 – Gennett 4542 – “Take Your Girlie To the Movies” (didn’t chart)

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July, 1919 – Victor 18634 – “You’d Be Surprised”

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August, 1919 – Columbia 2746 – “Just As We Used to Do” – #3

August, 1919 – Silvertone 5042 – “I’ve Got My Captain Working for Me Now” (didn’t chart)

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August, 1919 – Silvertone 2624 – “Evening Time At Punkin Centre” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1919 – Medallion 844 – “How Are You Goin’ To Wet Your Whistle” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1919 – Victor 18592 – “Take Your Girlie To The Movies (If You Can’t Make Love at Home)” – #5

September, 1919 – Emerson 9161 – “Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland”

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September, 1919 – Gennett 4542 – “Take Your Girlie To The Movies” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1919 – Victor 18589 – “Anything Is Nice if it Comes from Dixie” – #9 (as a member of the American Quartet)

September, 1919 – Emerson 9161 – “Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1919 – Actuelle 22224 – “Train at Pun’Kin Centre” (as a member of the American Quartet = didn’t chart)

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September, 1919 – Aeolian Vocalion 12197 – “Wait Till You Get Them Up In the Air”

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October, 1919 – Emerson 1042 – “I’ve Got My Captain Working for Me Now” (didn’t chart)

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October, 1919 – Columbia 2765 – “And He’d Say Oo-La-La! Wee Wee!” – #6

October, 1919 – Emerson 7526 – “You Oughta’ Go And See The Wimmin Swimmin” (didn’t chart)

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October, 1919 – Emerson 1042 – “I’ve Got My Captain Working For Me Now” (didn’t chart)

October, 1919 – Victor 18610 – “Dixie is Dixie Once More”

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November, 1919 – Victor 18604 – “I’ve Got My Captain Working For Me Now” – #6

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November, 1919 – Victor 18605 – “Breeze (Blow My Baby Back to Me)” – #10 (as a member of the American Quartet)

December, 1919 – Edison 50572 – “I’m Not Jealous (But I Just Don’t Like It)”

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January, 1920 – Okeh 4027 – “Poor Little Butterfly (Is a Fly Gal Now)” – #13

January, 1920 – Columbia 2794 – “Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air Boys” – #7

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January, 1920 – Aeolian Vocalion 14035 – “When My Baby Smiles At Me” (didn’t chart)

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January, 1920 – Operaphone 21135 – “Wait Till You Get Them Up In The Air, Boys” (didn’t chart)

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February, 1920 – Victor 18677 – “I Love The Land of Old Black Joe”

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March, 1920 – Okeh 4050 – “That Wonderful Kid From Madrid” – #11

March, 1920 – Grey Gull 2011 – “Oh By Jingo” & “The Simple Simon Party” (didn’t chart)

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March, 1920 – Medallion 8179 – Oh By Jingo! Oh By Gee!” (didn’t chart)

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March, 1920 – Symphonola 4240 – “Whistle a Song” (didn’t chart)

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March, 1920 – Aeolian Vocalion 14019 – “Sahara” b/w “That Wonderful Kid From Madrid”

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April, 1920 – Concert 1034 – “Profiteering Blues” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1920 – Victor 18652 – “I’ll See You In C-U-B-A” b/w “That’s Worth While Waiting For” – #3

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May, 1920 – Grey Gull 2013 – “Oh, By Jingo” (didn’t chart)

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May, 1920 – Meteor 1112 – “Profiteering Blues” (didn’t chart)

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June, 1920 – Victor 18633 – “He Went In Like a Lion And Came Out Like a Lamb” – #10

June, 1920 – Victor 18671 – “Marion” (You’ll Soon Be Marryin’ Me” (with Rachel Grant)

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June, 1920 – Emerson 10177 – “Oh By Jingo! Oh Be Gee! You’re The Only Girl For Me” – #12

June, 1960 – Grey Gull 2018 – “Chili Bean” (didn’t chart)

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June, 1920 – Pathe Freres 22362 – “Profiteering Blues” (didn’t chart)

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July, 1920 – Victor 18671 – “Marion (You’ll Soon Be Marryin’ Me” – #12 (with Rachel Grant)

July, 1920 – Victor 18677 – “Tiddle-Dee Winks”

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July, 1920 – Victor 18704 – “Sally Green” b/w “I’ve Got the A-B-C-D Blues”

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July, 1920 – Edison 50707 – “Chili Bean” (didn’t chart)

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July, 1920 – Label Unknown #9065 – Test Pressing – “Chili Bean”

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August, 1920 – Edison 50651 – “When My Baby Smiles At Me” – #8 (with Rachel Grant)

August, 1920 – Edison Amberol 4048 – “Oh! How I Laugh When I Think That I Cried Over You” – #14 (with Rachel Grant)

August, 1920 – Lyric 5218 – “Oh! By Jingo” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1920 – Aeolian Vocalion 14086 – “The Simple Simon Party” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1920 – Arto Universal 9008 – “Peggy” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1920 – Harmograph 2018 – “Rose of Washington Square” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1920 – Okeh 4128 – “There’s A Typical Tipperary Over Here” (didn’t chart)

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October, 1920 – Columbia 2836 – “Come On and Play With Me”

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November, 1920 – Victor 18688 – “Dardanella Blues” – #9 (with Ed Smallie)

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November, 1920 – Emerson 10253 – “Evening Time at Pun’Kin Centre” (didn’t chart)

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January, 1921 – Regal 8859 – “Big City Blues” – (Murray with Walter Scanlan – didn’t chart)

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April, 1921 – Victor 18732 – “She Gives Them All the Ha! Ha! Ha!” b/w “Stop! Look! Listen!” (as a member of the American Quartet)

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March, 1921 – Victor – “(Down by the) O-Hi-O (I’ve Got Sweetest Little O, My! O!)” – #2 (with Billy Jones)

June, 1921 – Victor 18794 – “Irish Home Sweet Home” (with Monroe Silver)

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November, 1921 – Victor 18799 – “Strut, Miss Lizzie – #5 (as a member of the American Quartet)

November, 1921 – Victor 18810 – “Humpty Dumpty”

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February, 1922 – Victor 18830 – “Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes (Down in Tennessee)” – #12(with Ed Smallie)

February, 1922 – Victor 18832 – “Mandy’n Me” – #12 (as a member of the American Quartet)

March, 1922 – Victor 18830 – “When Francis Dances With Me” b/w “Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes” – #6

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July, 1922 – Victor 18904 – “In the Little Red School House” – #5 (as a member of the American Quartet)

August, 1922 – Victor 18906 – “Stumbling ” – #4

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August, 1922 – Edison 50921 – “Spagoni’s Wedding Jubilee” (didn’t chart)

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December, 1922 – Victor 189423 – “All Over Nothing At All” b/w “I’ll Stand Beneath Your Window To-Night and Whistle” (with Aileen Stanley) – #9

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January, 1923 – Victor 18957 – “Nellie Kelly I Love You” – #7 (as a member of the American Quartet)

January, 1923 – Victor 35723 – “University Lancers – Part 1 and Part 2”

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February, 1923 – Victor 18959 – “Yankee Doodle Blues” – #10 (with Ed Smallie)

March, 1923 – Victor 18975 – “You Tell Her” – #8

April, 1923 – Victor 19006 – Toot, Toot, Tootsie Goo’bye” b/w “Carolina in the Morning” – #8 (as a member of the American Quartet – A side with Ed Smalle)

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May, 1923 – Victor 19023 – “I Gave You Up Just Before You Threw Me Down” – #12 (with Rachel Grant)

May, 1923 – Victor 18982 – “You Tell Her, I Stutter” b/w “Homesick” – #6

May, 1923 – Victor 19026 – “When the Leaves Come Tumbling Down” (with Aileen Stanley)

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June, 1923 – Victor 19066 – “I Love Me”

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June, 1923 – Victor 19431 – “You’ve Got to See Mama Ev’ry Night (Or You Can’t See Mama At All)” – #11 (with Aileen Stanley

June, 1923 – Victor 19093 – “Barney Google”

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June, 1923 – Columbia 3851 – “Train-Time At Pumpkin Center” (Murray as a member of the American Quartette – didn’t chart)

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July, 1923 – Victrola 19114 – “Maggie” (didn’t chart)

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September, 1923 – Victor 19095 – “That Old Gang of Mine” – #1 (with Ed Smallie)

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October, 1923 – Victor 19160 – “Nobody Else Can Love Me Like My Old Tomato Can”

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October, 1923 – Victor 19188 – “Oh! How She Lied To Me”

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November, 1923 – Victor 19114 – “Cut Yourself a Piece of Cake” – #12

November, 1923 – Victor 19210 – “Down On the Farm”

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December, 1923 – Victor 19144 – “My Sweetie Went Away” – #8 (with Ed Smallie)

December, 1923 – Victor 19241 – “She Wouldn’t Do What I Asked Her To-Fox Trot” (didn’t chart)

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December, 1923 – Victor 35740 – “Uncle Steve’s Quadrille Part 3” b/w “The Haymakers” (with the Victor Band)

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March, 1924 – Victor 19188 – “What Do You Do Sunday, Mary?” – #14 (as a member of the American Quartet)

June, 1924 – Victor 19293 – “Home In Pasadena” – #15 (with Ed Smallie)

August, 1924 – Victor 19442 – “Way Out West In Kansas”

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October, 1924 – Victor 19373 – “It Had to Be You” – # (with Aileen Stanley)

October, 1924 – Victor 19388 – “Hinky Dinky Parlee Voo” – #11 (with Ed Smalley)

January, 1925 – Victor 19565 – “Oh Mabel”

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February, 1925 – Victor 35753 – “A Miniature Concert – Part 1 and Part 2” (Murray is included among the “Eight Popular Victor Artists”

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March, 1925 – Victor 19431 – “You’ll Never Get to Heaven” b/w “Dumb Dora” (with Aileen Stanley)

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August, 1925 – Victor 19628 – “Don’t Bring Lulu” – #5

September, 1925 – Victor 19640 – “Titina” – #15

January, 1926 – Victor 20148 – “I Can’t Get Over A Girl Like You (Loving a Boy Like Me)” – #6 (with Aileen Stanley)

January, 1926 – Victor 19795 – “Keep Your Skirts Down Mary Ann” b/w “If I Had a Girl Like You” (with Aileen Stanley)

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January, 1926 – Romeo 1035 – “What Do We Get From Boston?” (didn’t chart)

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February, 1926 – Victor 19838 – “Down by the Winegar Woiks” b/w “Roll ‘Em Girls”

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March, 1926 – Victor 19864 – “I Wonder Where My Baby is To-Night?” (with Henry Burr)

August, 1926 – Victor 20113 Test Pressing – “Barcelona” (didn’t chart)

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January, 1927 – Victor 20240 – “Bridget O’Flynn (Where’ve Ya Been?) b/w “Who Could Be More Wonderful Than You!” – #14 (with Aileen Stanley)

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January, 1927 – Victor 20466 – “I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover”

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January, 1928 – Cameo 8331 – “Mike and Ike in Politics – Part 2 (Murray with Monroe Silver)

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January, 1928 – Perfect 2512 – “All By Yourself in the Moonlight”

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October, 1928 – Diva 2778 – “Me And the Man In the Moon”

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October, 1928 – Edison 52422 – “Twelve O’Clock Waltz”

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October, 1928 – Puritone 1216 – “Me and the Man in the Moon”

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October, 1928 – Velvet Tone 1775 – “Watching the Clouds Roll By” (with the Golden Gate Orchestra)

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November, 1928 – Harmony 784 – “Don’t Do That To The Poor Puss-Cat”

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December, 1928 – Banner 6263 – “My Suppressed Desire” (Murray as a member of The Campus Boys)

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December, 1928 – Oriole 1450 – “I Faw Down an’ Go Boom”

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January, 1929 – Brunswick 4408 – “Building a Nest For Mary” (with Walter Scanlan)

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January, 1929 – Columbia 1723 – “Let’s Sit And Talk About You” (Murray vocalist with Fred Rich)

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January, 1929 – Lincoln 3100 – “Wedding Bells” (Murray as part of the duo “Saunders & White)

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January, 1929 – Columbia – Murray with the “Eight Victor Artists”

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February, 1929 – Victor 35961 – “Minstrel Show of 1929 – Part I” (Murray with the Victor Minstrels)

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February, 1929 – Conqueror 7312 – “The Ladies or I Learned About Women From ‘Er”

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March, 1929 – Challenge 811 – “The Guy Who Invented Whoopee” (Murray with Dan Hughes)

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March, 1929 – Broadway 1264 – “Building a Nest for Mary” (as a member of the Midnight Ramblers)

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August, 1929 – Victor 22040 – “Katie, Keep Your Feet On The Ground” (Murray with Aileen Stanley)

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October, 1929 – Edison 14066 – “Sergeant Flagg and Sergeant Quirt” (Murray with Walter Scanlan)

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September, 1930 – Banner 834 – “On The Rainbow Trail” (Murray with the Majestic Dance Orchestra)

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March, 1930 – Cameo 19412 – “Amos ‘N Andy” (Murray as part of the duo Saunders and White)

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March, 1930 – Conqueror 7508 – “Wonder What Amos ‘N Andy Will Do Tomorrow Night” (Murray with Walter Scanlon)

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August, 1930 – Domino 4635 – “Since They Are All Playing Miniature Golf” (Murray with Walter Scanlon)

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November, 1930 – X-L Radio Productions 131 – “Hurt”

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May, 1931 – Crown 3009 – “Sing Something Simple” (Murray as a member of the High Steppers)

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June, 1931 – Crown 3095 – “Egyptian-Ella” (Murray with Walter Scanlon)

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May, 1935 – Brunswick 7567 – “Aesop’s Fables Part 1” (Murray with Bradley Barker)

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May, 1935 – Little Wonder 1172 – “Take Me To That Land of Jazz” (a 5-1/2 inch disc)

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August, 1935 – Siegel Cooper 2055 – “Just My Style”

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November, 1935 – Little Pal 1060 – “The Dog & His Shadow/The Ants & the Grasshopper” (a 7-inch disc)

M-1935-11 A 7 INCH DISK

November, 1935 – Little Tot’s Nursery Tunes 148 – “The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg” (a 7-inch disc with book)

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November, 1935 – Playtime Records 263 – “The Fox and the Grapes/The Milkmaid And Her Pail” (a 7-inch disc)

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March, 1936 – Melotone 7-01-06 – “Mickey Mouse’s Birthday Party”

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November, 1936 – Conquerer 8725 – “Mickey Mouse’s Birthday Party”

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January, 1937 – Little Tot’s Nursery Tunes 149 – “The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse” (a 7-inch disc with booklet)

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January, 1937 – Playtime Records 262 – “The Dog and His Shadow/The Ants and the Grasshoppers” (a 7-inch disc)

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April, 1939 – Brunswick 7567 – “Aesops Fables Part 1” (Murray with Bradley Barker)

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January, 1941 – Bluebird 10995 – “I’d Feel At Home If They’d Let Me Join the Army” (with Harry Tavern Band)

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November, 1943 – Beacon 2001 – “Casey and Cohen in the Army” Part 1 & 2 – (Murray with Monroe Silver)

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January, 1952 – Do You Remember 2 – “Over There” (with the American Quartet)

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June, 1954 – X 3017 – “Jean Goldkette Orchestra (with Murray)

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