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Jesse Crawford

Jesse Crawford
Born
December 2, 1895
Died
May 28, 1962
Country
United States
Comments
Pianist and organist. Crawford was well known in the 1920s as a theatre organist for silent films.
Family
Helen Crawford Wife

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Releases

Albums

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
A Precious Little Thing Called Love Jesse Crawford June 1929 Victor
At Peace with the World Jesse Crawford July 16, 1926 Victor
Baby Feet Go Pitter Patter ('Cross My Floor) Jesse Crawford November 1927 Victor
Barcelona Jesse Crawford December 1926 Victor
Blue Skies Jesse Crawford April 1927 Victor
Chérie, I Love You Jesse Crawford January 1927 Victor
Cryin' for the Carolines Jesse Crawford April 1930 Victor
Estrellita Jesse Crawford July 1, 1927 Victor
How Am I to Know? Jesse Crawford November 15, 1929 Victor
I'd Love to Call You My Sweetheart Jesse Crawford with Goldkette's Book-Cadillac Orchestra November 19, 1926 Victor
I'll Always Be in Love with You Jesse Crawford November 1929 Victor
Indian Love Call Jesse Crawford November 1929 Victor
It All Depends on You / I'm Looking for a Girl Named Mary Franklyn Baur and Jesse Crawford - Lewis James April 1927 Victor
I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling Jesse Crawford July 1929 Victor
Just Like a Melody out of the Sky Jesse Crawford July 20, 1928 Victor
Maybe - Someone to Watch over Me Jesse Crawford with Nat Shilhkret and the Victor Orchestra - George Olsen and His Music February 1927 Victor
My Blue Heaven Jesse Crawford January 1928 Victor
My Sin Jesse Crawford - Vocal Refrain by Paul Small October 1929 Victor
My Wild Irish Rose Jesse Crawford June 1925 Victor
Rhapsody in Blue (Parts 1 & 2) Jesse Crawford May 1930 Victor
Sleepy Time Gal Jesse Crawford February 1926 Victor
Somewhere a Voice Is Calling Jesse Crawford January 1925 Victor
When Day Is Done Jesse Crawford October 1927 Victor
You're the Cream in My Coffee Jesse Crawford January 1929 Victor

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