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Whoa, Tillie! Take Your Time

Margaret Young


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"Margaret's Girlish Charm"


This side was recorded in New York City during December of 1922, featuring Margaret Young vocals.

*"Whoa, Tillie! Take Your Time" was written by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton.

Margaret Young was born Margaret Youngblood in Detroit, Michigan on February 23rd 1891. There she began her professional singing career at venues which included theaters, dinner clubs, and the Vaudeville circuit. Her first commercial recordings were made for the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1920, but it was the series she made for Brunswick from 1922 through 1925 that sold well. Set apart by the girlish appeal of her voice Margaret would continue to be a popular entertainer up until the end of the decade.

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