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DjIndianElvis 22) "Heebie Jeebies" is a composition written by Boyd Atkins which achieved fame when it was recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1926

Heebie Jeebies-Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five

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DjIndianElvis 21) "April Showers' was first published in 1921, The song was introduced in the 1921 Broadway musical Bombo, where it was performed by Al Jolson
DjIndianElvis 20) "Am I Blue?" was written by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke in 1929, and was a big hit that year for Ethel Waters in the movie On with the Show
DjIndianElvis 19) "Baby Face" was published in 1926. That same year, Jan Garber had a number one hit with the song and has been covered by many recording artist
DjIndianElvis 18) Toot Toot Tootsie (Goo'Bye) was sang in ' The Jazz Singer ' bu Al Jolson ,which is the first feature-length movie with talking sequences
DjIndianElvis 17) "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" is a song from 1925 and It was a hit for Ace Brigode in 1925 and for Eddie Cantor in 1930
DjIndianElvis 16) Yes! We Have No Bananas" is a novelty song by Frank Silver and Irving Cohn from the 1922 Broadway revue Make It Snappy. Sung by Eddie Cantor
DjIndianElvis 15) "Stardust" was composed in 1927 by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics added in 1929 by Mitchell Parish

StardustNat King Cole

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DjIndianElvis 14) "California, Here I Come" was written for the 1921 Broadway musical ' Bombo ' starring Al Jolson. and Jolson recorded the song in 1924
DjIndianElvis 13) "King Porter Stomp" is a swing-era jazz standard by Jelly Roll Morton,he composed the tune in 1905 and first recorded the number in 1923
DjIndianElvis 12) )"Bye, Bye, Blackbird was published in1926,and was first recorded by Gene Austin that year, and it reached # 16 song of 1926
DjIndianElvis 11) "The Charleston" is a jazz composition that was written to accompany the Charleston dance. It was composed in 1923
DjIndianElvis 10) "My Mammy" was written in 1921, and although its associated with Al Jolson, it was first performed by William Frawley ("Fred Mertz" I love lucy
DjIndianElvis 9) "It Had to Be You" was written by Isham Jones, with lyrics by Gus Kahn, and It was first published in 1924.
DjIndianElvis 8) "Sonny Boy" This tearjerker was featured in the 1928 talkie The Singing Fool. Sung by Al Jolson, it stayed at #1 for 12 weeks in the charts
DjIndianElvis 7)"My Blue Heaven"was a a huge hit In1928 for crooner Gene Austin, accompanied by the Victor Orchestra,it charted for 26 weeks,and stayed at #1 for 13
DjIndianElvis 6) Makin' Whoopee!" is a jazz / blues song, first popularized by Eddie Cantor in the 1928 musical ' Whoopee! '

"Makin' Whoopee!" (Eddie Cantor, 1929)

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DjIndianElvis 5) "Ol' Man River" is a song from the 1927 musical 'Show Boat' . It has been recorded by many artist, but remembered best by Al Jolson
DjIndianElvis 4) "Ain't Misbehavin' is a 1929 song written by Fats Waller he recorded the original version that same year, and in the 1943 film Stormy Weather
DjIndianElvis 3) Rhapsody in Blue is a 1924 musical composition by American composer George Gershwin for solo piano and jazz band,

Paul Whiteman conducts Rhapsody in Blue (from the Film "Rhapsody in Blue" in 1946)

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