Sam, the Old Accordion Man

Words and music by Walter Donaldson.

Recorded by Ruth Etting on March 1, 1927 in New York City for Columbia Records.
Originally issued on Columbia 908 D (Matrix W143564)
Charted at #5 in 1927

Ten Cents a Dance

Ten Cents a DanceAvailable On:
Ten Cents a Dance - Ruth Etting
ASV/Living Era
Producer: Kevin Daly
Released: 1981

Love Me Or Leave Me

Love Me Or Leave MeAvailable On:
Love Me Or Leave Me - Ruth Etting
Pearl Flapper
Released: March 19, 1996

One Response to Sam, the Old Accordion Man

  1. Derek Nicholson says:

    got both cds and just sitting listening to them brings back memories of an age i could have enjoyed,the beginning of the talkies(thanks Al)the charleston, blackbottom,Eddie Cantor,vaudeville .A time you got up and went rather than sit in front of the TV or computer,think i will put a 78 on, Al Jolson singing April showers.Whats a 78 you ask? ah well son you have to read up on modern history to recall the good times

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