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The sheet music of the Jazz Age 1920’s offers some great artwork, style, and photos of the Jazz Age artists and bands. Sales of records and sheet music were enormous in the 1920’s before their sales begin to decline in the Depression Era of the 1930’s. Sheet music is already sprinkled throughout the Jazz Age 1920’s web site so on this page we will show some sheet music that is not tied to any one artist or band already featured on one of the other Jazz Age 1920’s pages. Some pieces are novelty songs, humorous songs, risqué songs, and all are just really great tunes of the era.

She Looks Like Helen Brown (1927)
She Looks Like Helen Brown (1927)
So this is who George Burns was talking
about! And now we know what she looks like.

She Wouldn’t Do (What I Asked Her To)  (1923)
She Wouldn’t Do (What I Asked Her To)
The Footwarmers (1923)
Final chorus line:
“...So I socked her in the jaw!”

How Could Red Riding Hood? (1925)
How Could Red Riding Hood?
Weidemeyer’s Orchestra (1925)
Great novelty song!
Banned in some areas as too risqué

So I Took The $50,000.00 (1923)
So I Took The $50,000.00
Naylor’s Lucky Seven (1923)
Chorus line:
“...And bought Detroit just to get a Ford.”

Minnie the Mermaid (1923)
Minnie the Mermaid (1923)
“A Love Song in Fish Time”
Bernie Cummins & His Orchestra

You’re Not The Only Oyster In The Stew (1934)
You’re Not The Only Oyster In The Stew (1934)
Great song performed by
Fats Waller

Baltimore (1926)
Baltimore (1926)
Hot and Sexy tune performed by
Red Nichols, Clarence Williams,
Frank Trumbauer et als.

Freda Sanker’s & Her Toad Stool Orchestra (1925)
Forget the song title here
Look at the band’s name!
“Freda Sanker’s & Her Toad Stool Orchestra”
(1925)

When the Morning Glories Wake Up in the Morning (Then I’ll Kiss Your Two Lips Good-Night) (1927)
What a great song title
“When the Morning Glories Wake Up in the Morning
(Then I’ll Kiss Your Two Lips Good-Night)”
(1927)

I’m Gonna Dance Wit De Guy Wot Brung Me (1927)
I’m Gonna Dance Wit
De Guy Wot Brung Me (1927)
Popularized by
Aileen Stanley & Billy Murray

Bobbed Hair (1924)
Bobbed Hair (1924)
Reminds me of
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s
Bernice Bobs Her Hair

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