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us: Kaufman, Irving, 1890-1976



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    • us: Smith, Harry, 1890-1976
    • us: Beaver, George, 1890-1976
    • us: Stanley, Mort, 1890-1976
    • us: Hollis, Frank, 1890-1976
    • us: Parsons, Jim, 1890-1976
    • us: Parsons, Happy Jim, 1890-1976
    • us: Dowe, John, 1890-1976
    • us: Harris, David, 1890-1976
    • us: Wynn, Ray, 1890-1976
    • us: Clarke, Billy, 1890-1976
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    • found: Vaudeville isn't dead [SR] 194-: label (name not given)
    • found: Marco, Guy. Encyclopedia of recorded sound in the U.S., c1993: (Kaufman, Irving; b. 1890; d. Jan. 3, 1976; Russian/American tenor, popular recording/vaudeville artist)
    • found: Three little kittens. Cameo Kid [SR], ca. 1923: label (Harry Smith "Irving Kaufman" hand notated by pioneer recording artist authority Jim Walsh; "Harry Smith" is one of Kaufman's pseudonyms)
    • found: Golden, E. Doin' the raccoon [SR] 1928: labels (George Beaver, vocal)
    • found: Sutton, Allan. Pseudonyms on American records, c2001: p. 15 (Beaver, George; pseudonym for Irving Kaufman on numerous 1920s minor labels)
    • found: Turk, R. Are you lonesome tonight? [SR] 1927: label (Mort Stanley)
    • found: Ager, M. Is she my girl friend? [SR] 1928: label (Frank Hollis, tenor solo)
    • found: Beacon, L. Sweet dreams [SR] 194-?: label (Happy Jim Parsons, vocal refrain)
    • found: Brockman, J. I faw down an' go boom [SR] 1929: label (vocal chorus by Ray Wynn)
    • found: Sutton, A. Pseudonyms on American records, 2nd rev. and exp. ed., c2005: p. 299 (Stanley, Mort = Irving Kaufman on the Banner label) p. 141 (Hollis, Frank = Irving Kaufman) p. 253 (Parson, Happy Jim = Irving Kaufman) p. 93 (Dowe, John = Irving Kaufman) p. 101 (Harris, David = Irving Kaufman) p. 340 (Ray Wynn = Irving Kaufman) p. 59 (Clarke, Billy = usually Irving Kaufman)
    • found: A dream [SR] [between 1922-1927]: label (David Harris, tenor solo)
    • found: Davis, B. Oh how I miss you tonight [SR] 1925: label (Mr. "X", singer)
    • found: Drone, J.M. Musical AKAs, 2007 (Mr. X, Mister X; pseudonym of Irving Kaufman)
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