Carl Fenton - Oh How I Love My Darling (1924)





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Published on Apr 28, 2012

Oh! How I Love My Darling
Words by Edgar Leslie, music by Harry Woods
Carl Fenton Orchestra. directed by Walter Gustave Haenschen
Vocal chorus by Billy Jones and Ernest Hare
Victor Arden and Phil Ohman, piano
Recorded November 11, 1927
Brunswick 2757

"Carl Fenton" was actually Walter Gustave Haenschen (1889 - 1980) a conductor, composer and bandleader of the 1920s and 1930s. He was recording director for Brunswick Records from 1920 to 1927 and was the leader of the Carl Fenton Orchestra. He left Brunswick in 1927 and concentrated primarily as musical director for several radio broadcast orchestras through the 1930s and 1940s. He was backed by Bing Crosby on nightly Cremo Cigar radio show on CBS late 1931 - early 1932 with good band often including Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Manny Klein, Phil Napoleon, Jerry Colonna, Tommy Dorsey, Artie Shaw, Frank Signorelli, Lennie Hayton. In 1935-36 played on New York radio; in late 1936-37 had show with singer Sid Garry.

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