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  1. Samudal
    Alice Blue Gown is a popular song written by Joseph McCarthy and Harry kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo song, which was inspired by Alice Roosevelt Longworth's signature gown, was first performed by Edith Day in the Broadway musical Irene. In the song was recorded and released. Artists who have recorded the song include Duke Ellington, Martha Wainwright, Kate & Anna McGarrigle, Glenn Miller, Wayne King.
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  2. Faern
    Various - Nipper's Greatest Hits - The 20's - kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in by Various Artists () out of 5 stars 5. Audio CD. Alice Blue Gown - Rosario Bourdon 5. Little Orphan Annie - The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks /5(30).
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  3. Mekasa
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  4. Daigrel
    Antique Print & Frame~ALICE BLUE GOWN~Arthur Garrett From a local estate, this auction offers a lovely print titled "Alice Blue Gown" by Arthur Garrett. It is marked at the bottom "Alice Blue Gown - (c)K. Co., Inc. Bendix Paper Co." It shows a hauntingly beautiful young woman in blue dress and yellow print shawl, holding some flowers in her lap.
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  5. Musho
    The song Alice Blue Gown was written by Joseph McCarthy and Harry Tierney and was first performed by Edith Day. It was first recorded and released by Columbia Light Opera Company in It was covered by Rolf Lindell och hans orkester, Dorothy Provine with Joe "Fingers" Carr, Milton Brown and His Brownies, The Arthur Murray Orchestra under the Direction of Ray Carter and other artists.
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  6. Dagami
    ALICE BLUE GOWN From the Broadway Musical "Irene" () (Music: Harry Tierney / Words: Joseph McCarthy) Edith Day (Broadway Production) - Miss Jessie Broughton - Dale Winter (Broadway Revival) - Nat Shilkret's Troubadours (Instr.) - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - Louis Prima & His New Orleans Gang - Benny Goodman & His Orch. - Anna Neagle .
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  7. Voshakar
    In the #11 song in the charts was Alice Blue Gown by Edith Day. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now.
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  8. Fauzahn
    The first volume in the German History label's volume box set The History of Pop Radio covers an eight-year period taking up the bulk of the s. The most popular recording artists of the era are heavily represented; Paul Whiteman contributes two tracks (his massive hit "Whispering" and his memorable performance of "Rhapsody in Blue" with George Gershwin), Al Jolson is featured on three.
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  9. Tosida
    This picture is called "Alice Blue Gown" produced by Reinthal and Newman in N.Y. in the 's. COPR. The Knapp Co., Inc. The picture comes in a 's frame. The print is 8 .
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