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us: Fields, Arthur

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    • us: Baldwin, Arthur
    • us: Bernie, D.
    • us: Finkelstein, Abe
    • us: Mister X (Singer)
    • us: Mr. X (Singer)
    • us: Spencer, Samuel
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      • us: Crane, Harry
      • us: Edwards, Thomas
      • us: Elliott, Joseph
      • us: Harris, David
    • Sources

      • found: Lloyd, R. Good morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip! [SR] 1919: label (Arthur Fields)
      • found: LC data base, 10-01-92 (MLC hdg.: Fields, Arthur)
      • found: The St. Louis blues and other songs hits of 1914, 1990: p. vii (Arthur Fields; b. 1888, d. 1953; songwriter, lyricist, actor, publisher)
      • found: Sutton, Allan, comp. Pseudonyms on American records, 1892-1942, c2001: p. 16 (Bernie, D.; pseudonym used by Arthur Fields, baritone, on Emerson records) p. 184 (Mr. X; pseudonym for Arthur Fields in most cases (Grey Gull and related labels))
      • found: Wikipedia, 8-3-2005 (Arthur Fields (Aug. 6,1888-Mar. 29,1953); American singer; b. Abe Finkelstein in Penna.)
      • found: Every night I cry myself to sleep over you, [between 1922 and 1927]: label (Thomas Edwards)
      • found: Sutton, A. Pseudonyms on American records, 2nd rev. and exp. ed., c2005: p. 74 ( Edwards, Thomas = Arthur Fields (National Music Lovers 1046) p. 234 (Spencer, Samuel - Usually Arthur Fields (National Music Lovers) p. 75 (Elliott, Joseph (National Music Lovers 1104 = Arthur Fields) p. 101 (Harris, David (National Music Lovers = Arthur Fields)) p. 13 (Baldwin, Arthur = Arthur Fields)
      • found: The farmer took another load away, [between 1922-1927]: label (Samuel Spencer, 1129-B)
      • found: Hard hearted Hannah [SR] [between 1922 and 1927]: label (Jos[eph] Elliott, National Music Lovers 1104-A)
      • found: Put away a little ray of golden sunshine [SR] [between 1922 and 1927]: label (David Harris, National Music Lovers 1104-B)
      • found: Ryan, B. That sweet somebody o' mine [SR] 1923: label (Arthur Baldwin, vocal)
      • found: Wendling, P. There's everything nice about you [SR] 1927: label (Harry Crane, vocal)
      • found: Drone, J.M. Musical AKAs, 2007 (Crane, Harry; pseud. of Arthur Fields [i.e., Abe Finkelstein])
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      • 1992-10-01: new
      • 2013-03-15: revised
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