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After You've Gone
Voice of the Jazz Age
Among the first white female Jazz singers Marrion Harris waxed this side on October 18th 1918 at the Victor recording studio in Camden, New Jersey.
*"After You've Gone" was composed in 1918 by Turner Layton, with lyrics by Henry Creamer.
Marion Harris was introduced to New York's Theatrical community by dancer Vernon Castle after starting her career on Chicago's Vaudeville circuit. She made her Broadway debut in 1915, featured as Marion Bright in the Irving Berlin revue "Stop! Look! Listen!"
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