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Scrappy Lambert - Cheerio, Cherry Lips Cheerio 1928 As Norman Wallace Gennett Records

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Published on Jan 30, 2012

Gennett Records 6666 (X2114) Recorded 10-28 Richmond, Indiana - Scrappy Lambert As Norman Wallace (He Recorded also as Gordon Wallace On Sears & Roebuck Supertone Records) Gennett made the Sears Records as well. Record Is Listed In Gennett 6500 - 7000 Numerical Listings.
Song also used as closing theme for the the Dr. Demento radio show.
Song Written By Mort Dixon & Harry Warren - 1928
Harold "Scrappy" Lambert (May 12, 1901 -- November 30, 1987, New Brunswick, New Jersey) was an American dance band vocalist who appeared on hundreds of recordings from the 1920s to the 1940s.
As has been pointed out Sutton lists around 40 known pseudonyms for Scrappy Lambert. The full list is as follows: George Beaver; Buddy Blue; John Bolton; William Brown; Arthur Burke; Harold Clarke; Maxwell Covert; James Denton; Richard Dexter; Jerry Fenwick; Jimmie/
Jimmy Green; Ralph Haines; Chester Hale; Dick Hanlon; Larry Holton; Phil Hughes; Jimmy Kern; Martin King; Roland Lance; Harold Lang; Ronald Lann; Jack Lewis; Rodman Lewis; Jack Lord; Burt Lorin; Harold Miller; Webster Moore; Gerald Nelson; Harold Noble; Eddie Radio; Glenn Roberts; John Roberts; Harold Rodman; Roy Russell; William Smith; William Stanley; Ray Stewart; John Vincent; Norman Wallace; Robert Wood; Harry Woods; AND Artie Dunn; Happy Pair; AND Bill Hillpot; Holton and Cross; Hold and Singer; Leslie and Roberts; Lewis and Clark; Singer and Holton; Smith Brothers (Trade and Mark).
Gennett (pronounced with a soft G) was a United States based record label which flourished in the 1920s.
Gennett records was founded in Richmond, Indiana by the Starr Piano Company, and released its first records in October 1917.
From 1925 to 1934, Gennett released recordings by hundreds of "old-time music" artists, precursors to country music, including such artists as Doc Roberts and Gene Autry. By the late 1920s, Gennett was pressing records for more than 25 labels worldwide, including budget disks for Sears, Roebuck's catalog. In 1926, Fred Gennett created Champion Records as a budget label for tunes previously released on Gennett.
Gennett issued a few early electrically recorded masters recorded in the Autograph studios of Chicago in 1925. This is pretty neat, since I grew up a town over from Richmond, Indiana.

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