Eddie Cantor | The Early Days (1917-1921)

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The Early Days (1917-1921)

by Eddie Cantor

All the Eddie Cantor recordings from 1917-1921
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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1. That's The Kind Of A Baby For Me
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2. The Modern Maiden's Prayer
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3. Hello Wisconsin
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4. Down In Borneo Isle
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5. The Dixie Volunteers
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6. I Don't Want To Get Well
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7. Oh The Last Rose Of Summer(Pathe)
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8. You Don't Need The Wine(Pathe)
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9. You Don't Need The Wine(Emerson)
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10. Don't Put A Tax On The Beautiful Girls(Emerson)
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11. When They're Old Enough To Know Better(Emerson)
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12. When They're Old Enough To Know Better(Alternate Version)
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13. I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now
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14. When They're Old Enough To Know Better(Pathe)
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15. Don't Put a Tax On the Beautiful Girls
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16. I Used To Call Her Baby
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17. Give Me The Sultan's Harem
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18. Give Me The Sultan's Harem(Alternate Version 1)
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19. Give Me The Sultan's Harem(Alternate Version 2)
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20. You'd Be Surprised
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21. At The High Brown Babies Ball
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22. Oh The Last Rose Of Summer(Emerson)
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23. Oh The Last Rose Of Summer(Alternate Version)
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24. When It Comes To Loving The Girls(Emerson)
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25. Come On And Play Wiz Me
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26. All The Boys Love Mary
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27. You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet
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28. When It Comes To Loving The Girls(Pathe)
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29. I Never Knew I Had A Wonderful Wife
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30. The Argentines & The Greeks
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31. Noah's Wife Lived A Wonderful Life
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32. The Older They Get, The Younger They Want 'Em
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33. Snoops The Lawyer
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34. She Gives Them All The Ha Ha Ha
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35. Dixie Made Us Jazz Band Mad
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36. When I See All The Loving They Waste On Babies
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37. I Wish That I'd Been Born In Borneo
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38. Palesteena
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39. Margie
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40. Margie(Alternate Version 1)
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41. Margie(Alternate Version 2)
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42. You Ought To See My Baby
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43. Timbuctoo
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44. I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody
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45. Anna In Indiana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Eddie Cantor was number one in every area of his immense career. He started in vaudeville and became a major star of the Ziegfeld Follies. He began recording in 1917 for the Victor label and made records throughout his entire life. Some of his hits include "Makin Whoopee,""Ida,""If You Knew Susie" and "Ma! He's Makin Eyes At Me." He became the top rated radio show in 1931 and had a show right through the 60s. He discovered such stars as Dinah Shore and Eddie Fisher. He started the March of Dimes and made billions for charity. He became a movie star with his films for Samuel Goldwyn such as "Whoopee,""Kid Millions,""Palmy Days,""The Kid From Spain" and "Roman Scandals" (where he gave Lucille Ball her big start.) He wrote a few songs including "Merrily We Roll Along" (the Bugs Bunny cartoon theme!) He wrote many best selling books including two autobiographies "My Life Is In Your Hands" and "Take My Life" (now back in print thru Cooper Square Press.) He was given an honorary Oscar in 1957 and died in 1964.


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enri

Fabulous
For an old fan of Eddie this was a serendipitous find.
I am very glad I purchased this pair of CD's. I also want to mention that the music samples provided by CD Baby influenced my decision to puchase this item in no little matter. I am very pleased with CD Baby,

uncle shootie

fabulous memories
Eddie Cantor is a national treasure, and this CD keeps his music and humor alive. Check out the song I Used to Call Her Baby...the humorous twists are typical of his comic genius.

jim wild

ONE WORD EXCELLANT.
WONDERFUL CD GIVES THE SOUND OF AN ERA LONG PAST, BUT SHOULD NOT BE FORGOTEN. THE SONGS ARE HAPPY, UPLIFTING.
A PIECE OF HISTORY.

George Bettinger

THE GREAT SOUNDS OF EARLY SHOWBIZ IN THE USA
At the time EDDIE CANTOR recorded these delightful early 78's he was only in his 20's and already a Ziegfeld Star along with Fanny Brice and W.C.Fields. Listening to this CD really transports you to another time. It was the HEY DAY of SHOW BUSINESS. You had to be GREAT to be with Ziegfeld and EDDIE CANTOR was just that! His bouncy, electric personlity shines right through these old time songs. They represent a simpler time, but the amazing thing about them is that they are still funny, still poignant and still the a joy to hear. The banter between numbers is a lost art. You actually get to hear what EDDIE may have said on the Vaudeville or Broadway Stage. The Jokes are wonderful and the tunes are a real joy to hear. This is a guarenteed blues buster.