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MISS ISABELLE PATRICOLA – ENCORE 2
VAUDEVILLE RADIO PHONOGRAPH FAVORITE
CUSTOM CD WAS MADE FROM RARE ORIGINAL DISC RECORDS.
SYSTEM WAS USED FOR VERY CLEAN SOUND.
THIS ENHANCED CD EDITION WAS REMASTERED USING THE LATEST DIGITAL TECHNIQUES.
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MISS ISABELLE PATRICOLA – COMIC SONGS
COMPLETE VICTOR AND 1ST VOCALION RECORDINGS
PRESENTED HERE ARE 18 COMIC SONGS RECORDED FROM
1921 TO 1923. BY 1921 MISS PATRICOLA WAS ALREADY A
POPULAR VAUDEVILLE PERFORMER TOURING THE PANTAGES AND KEITH CIRCUITS.
HER INTERPRETATIONS ARE VERY LIVELY AND EXCITING.
ALL OF HER VICTOR RECORDINGS AND HER 1ST RECORDINGS FOR
ARE PRESERVED IN THIS RELEASE. IN THIS PERIOD MORE JAZZ IS REFLECTED
IN THE VOCALS AND ACCOMPANYMENTS.
HER 1ST RECORDINGS FOR VICTOR WERE MADE IN NOVEMBER 1921.
THERE ARE 10 VICTOR SIDES IN HER OUTPUT. THE LAST BEING “STRUTTIN’ JIM “
RECORDED IN SEPTEMBER 1923.
ISABELLE STARTED TO RECORD FOR VOCALION IN JUNE 1923.
HER LAST VOCALION SIDE BEING RECORDED IN NOVEMBER 1924.
THE 1ST 8 VOCALION SIDES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS CD RELEASE.
THIS CD IS
DIGITALLY MASTERED AND RESTORED FROM
ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL USING THE LATEST DIGITAL
NOISE FILTERING TECHNIQUES.
MISS ISABELLE PATRICOLA
was popular on radio, records and in vaudeville.
Her stage appearances billed her as "The Queen Of The Cabaret" and
"The Shining Star Of Vaudeville". Her personality and jazz style comes
through very clearly in these recordings. Her recordings are filled with
great deal of excitement.
She performed singing and playing the violin in her vaudeville act.
Early appearances can be traced to Green Mill Gardens, Chicago in June
She was a star attraction there with her 25 piece orchestra until 1917
when she left
to tour the Pantages and later Keith - Orpheum vaudeville circuit.
Reviewers praised Isabelle for “palpitating the audience”.
Her dynamic presentation made her a big hit with vaudeville audiences.
She also performed at the Palace, the Hippodrome, Loews State Theater,
the 81th street theater and in London at the Palladium.
She continued to perform in all the major vaudeville theaters into the
when most closed down and became movie houses.
She retired in 1935 and opened a Hygienic Phone Service business with her
husband, Walter Morris. This was very successful and provided them with a
Isabelle died from a stroke on May 23rd 1965 at age 79.
We are fortunate
that she had a successful recording career and recorded many popular songs
during her career that lasted from 1919 to 1929.
She recorded for PATHÉ, EDISON, VICTOR AND VOCALION.
This CD preserves all of her VICTOR releases and her 1st sides recorded
1- I’VE GOT MY HABITS ON - REC 11/1921 VICTOR 18838
2- HAPPY HOTTENTOT - REC 11/1921 VICTOR 18838
3- HOT LIPS - REC 10/1922 VICTOR 18967
4- ALL FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE - REC 10/1922 VICTOR 18967
5- LOVIN’ SAM (THE SHEIK OF ALABAM’) - REC 10/1922 VICTOR
6- AWAY DOWN EAST IN MAINE - REC 10/1922 VICTOR 18976
7- COME ON HOME - REC 12/1922 VICTOR 19010
8- WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE BLUES - REC 12/1922
(DUET WITH BILLY MURRAY)
9- RUNNIN’ WILD - REC 12/1922 VICTOR 19027
10- OH, SISTER! AIN’T THAT HOT? - REC 6/1923 VOCALION 14623
11- STINGO STUNGO - REC 6/1923 VOCALION 14623
12- ABIE’S IRISH ROSE - REC 7/1923 VOCALION 14645
13- I’VE GOT YES WE HAVE NO BANANA BLUES - REC 7/1923
14- WALK, JENNY, WALK - REC 8/1923 VOCALION 14669
15- MAMA’S GONNA SLOW YOU DOWN - REC 8/1923 VOCALION 14669
16- IF I CAN’T GET THE SWEETIE THAT I WANT - REC 9/1923
17- MAMA GOES WHERE PAPA GOES - REC 9/1923 VOCALION 14676
18- STRUTTIN’ JIM - REC 9/1923 VICTOR 19160 (LAST VICTOR)