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Franklyn Baur

(1903 - 1950)


Born in New York in 1903, Franklyn Baur was a popular tenor vocalist who appear on hundreds of jazz and dance band recordings during the 1920's and 30's. After his 1923 debut for Victor singing "If the Rest of the World Don't Want You" he went on to appear on various labels and radio with Nat Shilkret, Roger Wolfe Kahn, and Paul Whiteman, at times using the pseudonym Joel Whitburn.

Videos:

All By My Ownsome (3:00)

An Old Guitar, and An Old Refrain (3:11)

Crazy Rhythm (3:13)

Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella (On A Rainy Day) (3:03)

Shaking The Blues Away (2:51)

Sweet Sue - Just You (3:38)

Together We Two (2:56)

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