Eddie Cantor – I’ve Got The Yes! We Have No Bananas Blues (1923)

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Recorded on July 26, 1923. Singer, songwriter, comedian, author and actor, educated in public schools. He made his first public appearance in Vaudeville in 1907 at New York’s Clinton Music Hall, then became a member of the Gus Edwards Gang, later touring vaudeville with Lila Lee as the team Cantor & Lee. He made Broadway stage appearances in “Canary Cottage,” “Broadway Brevities of 1920,” “Make It Snappy,” “Kid Boots,” “Whoopee,” “Banjo Eyes,” and the Ziegfeld Follies of 1917, 1918, 1919 and 1927. He had his own radio program in the 1930s, appeared often on television in the 1950s, and made many records. Joining ASCAP in 1951, and his popular-song compositions also include “Get a Little Fun Out of Life,” “It’s Great to Be Alive,” and “The Old Stage Door.” Eddie Cantor also wrote the books “Ziegfeld, the Great Glorifier” and “As I Remember Them,” and the autobiographies “My Life Is In Your Hands” and “Take My Life.”


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