Archie Gottler 
Last updated: 20.02.17


CDs :
Ragtime Music CDs:
cd15.gif Dawn of the Century Ragtime Orchestra on "The Dawn of the Century Ragtime Orchestra" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s) flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif flag15de.gif flag15fr.gif flag15ca.gif flag15it.gif flag15es.gif
cd15.gif Various Artists on "From Ragtime to Jazz Vol. 4: 1896-1922" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s) flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif flag15de.gif flag15fr.gif flag15ca.gif flag15it.gif flag15es.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 27 works by Archie Gottler. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.

My Wife Is Dancing Mad (1914)
Words by: Coleman Goetz, H.E. Johnson
Mammy's Chocolate Soldier (1918)
Words by: Sidney Mitchell
America, I Love You (1915)
Words by: Edgar Leslie
Mammy's Soldier Boy (1918)
Words by: Sidney D. Mitchell
In the Gold Fields of Nevada (1915)
Words by: Edgar Leslie
Send Me a Picture of Baby (1918)
Words by: Budd Green
Those Charlie Chaplin Feet (1915)
Words by: Edgar Leslie
When the Flowers Bloom on No Man's Land (What a Wonderful Day That Will Be) (1918)
Words by: Howard E. Rogers
Rolling Stones (1916)
Words by: Edgar Leslie
Would You Rather Be a Colonel With an Eagle on Your Shoulder, or a Private With a Chicken (1918)
Words by: Sidney D. Mitchell
When They'd Go Through a Tunnel (1916)
Words by: Henry Lewis, Bert Kalmar
You're the Greatest Little Mothers in the World (1918)
Words by: Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young
Don't Give Back My Wife to Me (1917)
Heart of Wetona (1919)
Words by: Sidney D. Mitchell
He's Living the Life of Reilly (1917)
Words by: Alex Gerber
What Do You Mean by Loving Somebody Else (1919)
Pretty Angel of Mine (1917)
Words by: Alex Gerber
Why Didn't You Leave Me Years Ago (1920)
When I See You (I See Red White and Blue) (1917)
Words by: Grant Clark
Don't Feel Sorry For Me (1922)
Words by: Grant Clarke, Edgar Leslie
At Half Past Nine (1918)
Words by: Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young
Oogie Oogie Wa Wa (1922)
Hunting the Hun (1918)
Words by: Howard E. Rogers
Don't Be Like That (1928)
Words by: Maceo Pinkard, Charles Tobias
I Hate to Lose You (I'm So Used to You Now) (1918)
Words by: Grant Clarke
Come On, Baby! (?)
Words by: Maceo Pinkard, Sidney Clare
In 1960 You'll Find Dixie Looking Just the Same (1918) wvicon.gif