Columbia master 146550-3, rec. New York, June 18 1928.
Al Rinker (tenor), Harry Barris (tenor) and Bing Crosby (baritone) with Paul Whiteman's orchestra.
Another nice chorus by the Charleston girls' favourite vocal trio, before Crosby's unreliability due to a heavy partying schedule forced Whiteman to fire the group. I love those original Columbia pressings: even when they look awful, they play with an amazing sound. I'd never have thought I could get such a good performance out of this rather grey and scratched copy.

1928

Jazz / Pop

Neville Dickie
A Salute To Fats Waller

Rita Coolidge
It's Only Love

The Ink Spots
Someone's Rocking My Dream Boat / When You Come To The End Of The Day

Alfredo Casero
Casaerius

Shirley Bassey
The Show Must Go On

Spektr
B/W Vs Technicolor

The Guitars, Inc.
Soft And Subtle

Liza Minnelli
Portrait Of Liza Minnelli

Melissa Manchester
Singin'...

Caravelli
La! La! La!

Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians
Tennessee Waltz / Get Out Those Old Records

Basia
Cruising For Bruising