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To date there are no available recordings on either LP or CD that are devoted exclusively to the Brox Sisters. There are various compilation CDs such as the "Flappers, Vamps And Sweet Young Things (ASV 5015)" CD where the Brox Sisters have just one song. Other than that their recordings are only available on the original 78 rpm records.

Recording Date Title Recording Location Label
March 1922 School House Blues
(Irving Berlin)
New York Brunswick 2268
April 1922 Some Sunny Day New York Brunswick 2268
July 1922 Away Down South
(Lewis / Young / Akst)
New York Brunswick 2305
July 1922 Kicky Koo
(Lewis / Young / Meyer)
New York Brunswick 2305
April 1923 Down Among The Sleepy Hills Of Ten-Ten-Tennessee New York Brunswick 2427
April 1923 Little Boy Blues
(Turk / Robinson / Britt)
New York Brunswick 2427
December 17, 1923 Sittin' In A Corner
(Kahn / Meyer)
New York Victor test
December 1923 (?) Sittin' In A Corner
(Kahn / Meyer)
New York Brunswick 2538
December 1923 (?) Learn To Do The Strut
(Irving Berlin)
New York Brunswick 2538
1924 Bring On The Pepper
(Irving Berlin)
New York Brunswick 2360
1924 Come On Home New York Brunswick 2360
March 7, 1924 Lazy
(Irving Berlin)
New York Victor 19298
March 7, 1924 Cover Me Up With The Sunshine Of Virginia
(Meyer / Lewis / Young)
New York Victor rejected
March 7, 1924 Do I?
(Young / Lewis / Akst)
New York Brunswick 2330
March 7, 1924 Early In The Morning Blues
(Brown / Klages)
New York Brunswick 2330
March 14, 1924 Cover Me Up With The Sunshine Of Virginia
(Meyer / Lewis / Young)
New York Victor 19298
September 5, 1924 Mandy Make Up Your Mind
(Clark / Turk / Meyer / Johnston)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor rejected
September 22, 1924 Mandy Make Up Your Mind
(Clark / Turk / Meyer / Johnston)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 19510
September 22, 1924 Nobody Loves You Like I Do New York Victor 19478
September 23, 1924 Sweetest Little Rose In Tennessee Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 19478
October 4, 1924 Red Hot Mamma
(Wells / Cooper / Rose)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 19510
January 16, 1925 Tokio Blues
(from "Music Box Revue")
(Irving Berlin)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 19631
January 16, 1925 Who?
(from "Music Box Revue")
(Irving Berlin)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 19631
December 18, 1925 Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again
(Joe Goodwin / Larry Shea)
Chicago Victor 19921
December 18, 1925 Kentucky's Way Of Saying Good Morning
(Gus Kahn / Egbet Van Alstyne)
Chicago Victor 19921
July 20, 1926 Iyone, My Iyone
(Bryan / Britt / Leonard)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 20123
July 20, 1926 How Many Times?
(Irving Berlin)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 20123
September 11, 1926 Broken Hearted Sue Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 20325
September 11, 1926 I'm Lonely Without You Camden,
New Jersey
Victor rejected
September 18, 1926 I'm Lonely Without You Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 20232
September 27, 1926 Lay Me Down to Sleep in Carolina Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 20232
September 27, 1926 Pretty Cinderella
(Will Harris)
Camden,
New Jersey
Victor 20325
September 9, 1927 Ziegfeld Follies - Selection - Part 1 New York Victor rejected
September 9, 1927 Ziegfeld Follies - Selection - Part 2 New York Victor rejected
September 14, 1927 Ziegfeld Follies - Selection - Part 1
"Ooh! Maybe It's You"
New York Victor 35845
September 14, 1927 Ziegfeld Follies - Selection - Part 2
"It All Belongs To Me" (with Franklyn Baur), and "It's Up to The Band"
New York Victor 35845

Special thanks to Scott Alexander of the Red Hot Jazz Archive for his help in creating the Brox Sisters recordings list.

 

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