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Latest update on 01/02/2017

Artist: Luba Kadison
Author: Alexander Olshanetsky/Chaim Tauber
Year: 1934

In Yiddish play Di Katerinchik (The Organ Grinder), first staged in the Second Avenue Theatre in New York. Luba was a Lituanian actress, daughter of Leib Kadison who started the Vilna Troupe in capital Vilnius during WW I.

Covers:

1940:

Patty Andrews [Andrews Sister solo as I Love You Much Too Much with Don Raye lyrics; introduced on radio with Glenn Miller's orchestra; issued on cd The Chesterfield Broadcasts Vol 2]

1940:

Bob Zurke Delta Rhythm Band [idem; first recording for Victor]

1940:

Gene Krupa [idem for Columbia]

1940:

Blue Barron Orch. [idem for Bluebird]

1943:

Andrews Sisters [the three of them]

1944:

Fred Waring

1947:

Helen Forrest

1948:

Alan Logan

1951:

Ames Brothers

1951:

Gordon Jenkins

1957:

Duke Mitchell

1960:

Connie Francis

1962:

Joni James

1962:

Dean Martin

1963:

Jerry Vale

1964:

Bobby Vinton

1964:

Alma Cogan

1965:

Jan Peerce [in Yiddish for Vanguard]

1981:

Santana [guitar instrumental on Zebop]

1982:

Alberta Hunter [in Yiddish]

1992:

Klezmer Conservatory Band

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