The 78 RPM Sound Of Gilbert Watson And His Orchestra 1925 To 1926


On  March 12, 2014 I published a blog dealing with Canada’s Gilbert Watson and his Orchestra, and that I would be receiving sound files from his son. Those sound files have now been uploaded, and contain eight tracks of music that was recorded between 1925 to 1926 by the Compo Company, Lachine, Quebec, and released on several of their labels. The other two tracks that were recorded are not present, unfortunately. The track list is as follows:

 

1. Apex 728 Lonesome Me

2. Leonora 23016 That’s All There Is

3. Leonora 23016 Bamboola

4. Apex 728 Don’t Wake Me Up

5. Domino 21563 I Just Want To Be Known As “Susie’s Feller”

6. Microphone 22544 How Could Red Riding Hood?

7. Domino 21563 St. Louis Blues

8. Microphone 22544 Don’t Be Angry With Me

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to “The 78 RPM Sound Of Gilbert Watson And His Orchestra 1925 To 1926”

  1. Colin Holmes Says:

    When you say “those [Gilbert Watson] sound files have now been uploaded”, where exactly can they be found, please? Fascinating information, thanks!

  2. Peter Doyle Says:

    Superb in every way. Thank you.

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