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Charles Adams Prince

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Aliases
Charles Adams
Columbia Dance Orchestra
Prince's Band
Prince's Band - Prince's Orchestra
Prince's Dance Orchestra
Prince's Grand Concert Band
Prince's Military Band
Prince's Orchestra
Standard Band [Charles Adams Prince]
Born
1869
Died
October 10, 1937
Country
United States
Comments
Conductor, bandleader, piano, organ and celeste player, who led a traditional jazz group, which released the first known version of several jazz standards.
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Originals

Covers by Charles Adams Prince

Title Performer Release date Originally by
i February 1917 Nora Bayes
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) 1923 Edith Day
i   1912 Emma Carus PRF, Collins and Harlan REC, Harry Fay REL
i 1917 Sousa's Band
i 1917 Covered by (251 artists)
listen on Internet Archive i August 1909 American Symphony Orchestra
i September 1914 Heidelberg Quintette
i January 1911 (unknown)
i Dardanella Prince's Orchestra February 1920 Unverified
i (Charles Adams Prince) July 1923 Call of the North Orchestra – Art Landry, Director
i 1917 Knickerbocker Quartette, M.J. O'Connell
i 1915 Douglas Stevenson
i 1917 Trenton George Washington Pre-Inauguration Band
i 1912 (unknown)
i September 1916 Victor Military Band
i 1911 (unknown)
  1920 Charles Harrison [US] REC, Campbell and Burr REL
listen on Internet Archive i 1918 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) December 1923 Kaplan's Melodists
i 1918 (unknown)
i 1914 (unknown)
i February 1909 Billy Murray
i September 1916 Covered by (185 artists)
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) December 1923 (unknown)
i   July 1915 Sebastián Yradier PRF, Cornet Duet REL
i September 1920 Campbell and Burr, Charles Harrison [US]
i 1917 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) 1923 (unknown)
i January 1909 (unknown)
i 1918 Sousa's Band
i 1912 (unknown)
i 1916 Geo J. Gaskin
listen on Internet Archive i 1917 Harlan and Stanley with Orchestra, J. W. Myers, Geo J. Gaskin, (unknown), (unknown), Bryant's Minstrels PRF
i 1917 Harry McClaskey (Henry Burr)
i 1914 Victor Military Band
i March 1914 (unknown)
Mr. Radio Man (Tell My Mammy To Come Home) Hugh Donovan Accom. By Prince's Orchestra (Charles Adams Prince, Charles Harrison [US]) 1923 Unverified
listen on Internet Archive i 1922 Charles Hart [US]
listen on Internet Archive i Old Timers: Waltz; Introducing: "The Bowery"; "The Sidewalks of New York"; "Sweet Rosie O'Grady"; "… Prince's Orchestra 1917 Unverified
listen on Internet Archive i 1913 American Quartet
November 1917 Peerless Quartette
listen on Internet Archive i 1917 Stanley Kirkby REC,REL, The Harlequinaders PRF, (unknown)
i 1921 Billy Jones [US]
listen on Internet Archive i 1917 Elizabeth Spencer
listen on Internet Archive i 1916 Emerson Military Band
listen on Internet Archive i September 1908 (unknown), (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive i   1915 Ada Jones–Billy Murray REC,REL, Elizabeth Brice and Charles King PRF
listen on Internet Archive i   January 1911 Stanley and Burr REL, Peerless Quartet REC
listen on Internet Archive i 1915 Henry Burr
listen on Internet Archive i April 1913 Henry Burr
i 1918 Samuel Ash
listen on Internet Archive i 1918 (unknown)
i April 1911 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) 1920 Jos. Samuels Dance Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive i 1912 American Quartet with Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive i August 1909 Cäcilie Carola, Emma Malkowsky & Kathi Herold
i March 1914 (unknown)
i The Stars and Stripes Forever Prince's Band 1916 Unverified
listen on Internet Archive i 1917 Fred Douglas
i December 1905 The Edison Military Band
i 1916 Julia Sanderson and Donald Brian
listen on Internet Archive i 1913 L'Orchestre De l'Europe's Society
i 1906 Byron G. Harlan
listen on Internet Archive i 1916 Victor Military Band
i Wedding Of The Winds Prince's Orchestra October 1911 Unverified
listen on Internet Archive i December 1919 Vess L. Ossman
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) 1924 Esther Nelson and Charles Hart
listen on Internet Archive i (Charles Adams Prince) May 1923 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
i 1917 George M. Cohan PRF, Billy Murray with Orchestra REC,REL

Releases

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
A Broken Doll Prince's Band February 1917 Columbia [US]
Alexander's Ragtime Band Prince's Band 1912 Columbia [US]
Ballin' the Jack Prince's Band September 1914 Columbia [US]
Beale Street Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
Beautiful Ohio Prince's Orchestra January 1919 Columbia [US]
Black and White Prince's Orchestra August 1909 Columbia [US]
Blame It on the Blues Prince's Band May 1915 Columbia [US]
By the Light of the Silvery Moon – Belle of Brittany Columbia Quartette – Prince's Orchestra April 1910 Columbia [US]
Chin Chin Prince's Band 1915 Columbia [US]
Ciribiribin Waltz Prince's Orchestra January 1911 Columbia [US]
Columbia Graphophone Company March Prince's Band 1918 Columbia [US]
Come, Josephine in My Flying Machine - Washington Grays March Harry Tally - Prince's Band 1911 Columbia [US]
Cubanola Glide – Shaky Eyes Prince's Orchestra – Arthur Collins May 1910 Columbia [US]
Dreamy Melody Columbia Dance Orchestra (Charles Adams Prince) July 1923 Columbia [US]
For Me and My Gal Prince's Orchestra 1917 Columbia [US]
Four Little Sugar Plums Prince's Orchestra February 1909 Columbia [US]
Frieda – Love's Last Word Miss Stevenson and Columbia Quartette – Prince's Orchestra January 1909 Columbia [US]
Hail Columbia Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
High School Cadets March Prince's Band 1912 Columbia [US]
Homesickness Blues Prince's Band March 1917 Columbia [US]
Honky Tonky Prince's Band September 1916 Columbia [US]
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Prince's Grand Concert Band 1911 Columbia [US]
I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Tim Prince's Orchestra 1920 Columbia [US]
Il Trovatore - Anvil Chorus Prince's Band 1918 Columbia [US]
I'm Alabama Bound Prince's Orchestra October 1910 Columbia [US]
I'm Drifting Back to Dreamland Columbia Dance Orchestra (Charles Adams Prince) December 1923 Columbia [US]
Indianola Prince's Band 1918 Columbia [US]
International Rag Prince's Band 1914 Columbia [US]
Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses Columbia Dance Orchestra (Charles Adams Prince) 1923 Columbia [US]
Marching Through Georgia - Medley of Patriotic Airs Prince's Band – Columbia Stellar Quartet 1916 Columbia [US]
March of the Little Lead Soldiers Prince's Orchestra July 1915 Columbia [US]
Medley of Patriotic Airs Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
Medley of Snyder's Hits Prince's Band 1912 Columbia [US]
Memories Prince's Orchestra 1917 Columbia [US]
Mystery – Swanee The Happy Six – Columbia Dance Orchestra [Charles Adams Prince] 1920 Columbia [US]
Nellie Kelly I Love You – You Remind Me of My Mother Prince's Dance Orchestra – Charles Hart 1922 Columbia [US]
Nigger Blues Prince's Band September 1916 Columbia [US]
On the Mississippi Prince's Band 1913 Columbia [US]
On Wisconsin Prince's Band May 1915 Columbia [US]
Over There Prince's Band November 1917 Columbia [US]
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
Peggy O'Neill Prince's Dance Orchestra 1921 Columbia [US]
Poor Butterfly Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
Pretty Baby Prince's Band 1916 Columbia [US]
Red Pepper - A Spicy Rag – Spanish Love Prince's Band - Andrea Sarto September 1911 Columbia [US]
Red Raven Rag Prince's Band 1916 Columbia [US]
Red Wing (Indian Intermezzo) Prince's Military Band September 1908 Columbia [US]
Settle Down in a One Horse Town Prince's Band 1915 Columbia [US]
Silver Threads Among the Gold Charles Adams 1915 Columbia [US]
Smile and Show Your Dimple Prince's Band 1918 Columbia [US]
Smiles Prince's Band 1918 Columbia [US]
Society's Waltz-Trot Prince's Band 1914 Columbia [US]
St. Louis Blues Prince's Band February 1916 Columbia [US]
St. Louis Tickle – Epler's Whiskers Prince's Orchestra – Columbia Orchestra 1908 Columbia [US]
St. Louis Tickle - Silver Bell Vess L. Ossman - Prince's Military Band January 1911 Columbia [US]
That Mysterious Rag - That Haunting Melody Prince's Band - Andrea Sarto 1912 Columbia [US]
That's a Plenty Prince's Band September 1914 Columbia [US]
The Betty Lee Waltz Prince's Orchestra 1917 Columbia [US]
The Chanticleer Rag – Temptation Rag Collins and Harlan – Prince's Military Band September 1910 Columbia [US]
The Gaby Glide – Red Pepper Rag Prince's Orchestra – El Cota May 1912 Columbia [US]
The Irish Washerwoman Prince's Orchestra March 1914 Columbia [US]
The Love Boat Prince's Dance Orchestra September 1920 Columbia [US]
The Magic Melody - Georgia Grind Prince's Band - Prince's Orchestra 1915 Columbia [US]
The Old Grey Mare Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
The Pink Lady - Selections – My Beautiful Lady Prince's Orchestra - Grace Kerns September 1911 Columbia [US]
The Right Church, but the Wrong Pew - Nightengale and Thrush Collins and Harlan – Marshall Lufsky - Accompanied by Prince's Band February 1909 Columbia [US]
The Smiler - Tickled to Death Vess L. Ossman - Standard Band 1911 Standard Disc Record
The Smiler – Tickled to Death Vess L. Ossman – Prince's Band 1911 Columbia [US]
The Spring Maid Prince's Orchestra April 1911 Columbia [US]
The Whistler and His Dog Prince's Military Band December 1905 Columbia [US]
They Didn't Believe Me Prince's Band 1916 Columbia [US]
They Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dawg Aroun' - King Chanticleer Byron G. Harlan - Prince's Band May 1912 Columbia [US]
Until My Luck Comes Rolling Along – A Kiss in the Dark Paul Specht and His Orchestra – Columbia Dance Orchestra 1923 Columbia [US]
Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie Prince's Military Band 1906 Columbia [US]
Where Those Cotton Blossoms Grow Prince's Band July 1918 Columbia [US]
Whistling Rufus – The Nightingale and the Frogs Prince's Orchestra – Sybil Sanderson Fagan December 1919 Columbia [US]
Why Don't My Dreams Come True Columbia Dance Orchestra (Charles Adams Prince) 1924 Columbia [US]
Wonderful One Columbia Dance Orchestra (Charles Adams Prince) May 1923 Columbia [US]
You're a Grand Old Flag Prince's Band 1917 Columbia [US]
You're Just Like a Rose – Dolly I Love You Prince's Dance Orchestra – The Happy Six January 1921 Columbia [US]

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