American vaudeville and minstrel singers, odd and a curious listen
Brunswick Records: New York sessions January 1923
Format: Shellac, 10″, 78 RPM
Who in the world is that, who in the world is that moaning on that old jew’s harp
Who do you think it is, who do you think it is, rambling on this moon lit lawn
Al Bernard from New Orleans was one of the first white singers to record blues songs. W. C. Handy credited Bernard for a number of his songs, notably “St. Louis Blues”.