James Brockman  (1886-1967)
Last updated: 30.01.21
According to the Internet source given below, James Brockman was an American songwriter and in his early years, a stage comedian. He studied music at the Cleveland conservatory. His most endurable success must be I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles (1918) which was introduced by June Caprice in the The Passing Show. Other hits include Down Among The Sheltering Palms, Feather Your Nest (1920) and I Faw Down An' Go Boom. (1928). Towards the end of his long and successful career he wrote film scores. Of ragtime interest is his Chicken Rag (1911).

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James Brockman  (1886-1967) has at least 2 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.

I Never Knew I Had a Heart Until I Met You Ballad
Words and Music by: James Brockman.
Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
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Printed: 1915. Sheet Music 5 pages. Limited Availability.
Some One Else Song
Words and Music by: James Brockman.
Publisher: Leo Feist
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Printed: 1908. Sheet Music 5 pages. Limited availability.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 32 works by James Brockman (1886-1967). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Garibaldi Song (w&m) 1907  wvicon.gif
Marianina (w&m) 1907  wvicon.gif
You've Got to Love Me a Lot 1907 G.B. Lowitz (co-author)  wvicon.gif
If I Could Gain the World by Wishing 1908 Ed Gardenier (words)
My Fluff-A- De Ruff 1908 Ed Gardinier (words)
Lalla Selbini (sung by)
Some One Else 1908  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Wop, Wop, Wop! (w&m) 1908 James Brockman (sung by)  wvicon.gif
Abie, Take an Example From Your Fader (w&m) 1909  wvicon.gif
I Trust My Husband Anywhere But I Like to Stick Around (w&m) 1909 Grace Tyson (sung by)  wvicon.gif
That's Yiddisha Love (w&m) 1910  wvicon.gif
Tie Your Little Bull Outside 1910
Chicken Rag, The 1911  wvicon.gif
Yum Pum Pa (w&m) 1912 May Green (sung by)  wvicon.gif
Story the Shamrock Told, The 1913 Billy Johnson (words)  wvicon.gif
America First 1915  wvicon.gif
I Never Knew I Had a Heart Until I Met You 1915  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
In Old Madeira 1915 Nat Osborne (co-author)
George Graff (co-author)
Ghost of the Ukulele 1916 Jack Smith (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Kid Is Clever, The 1916  wvicon.gif
Garden in Our Back Yard, The 1917 Jeff Branen (words)  wvicon.gif
In the Days of Old Black Joe 1917  wvicon.gif
Why I Love You I Don't Know 1917
Golden Gate Open For Me 1919 Kendis (co-author)
You Darling You 1923
Nightingale (w&m) 1924 Arr. by Dick Konter  wvicon.gif
I Was Never So Lonesome Before 1925 Ira Schuster (co-author)
Ben Russell (words)
Silver Head 1925 Vincent Lopez (co-author)
Joseph Nussbaum (co-author)
Laughing Eyes, Don't You Cry 1926 Joseph Moss (co-author)
Will Oakland (co-author)
Wait Till My Ship Comes In (w&m) 1926 Will Oakland (co-author)
Joseph Moss (co-author)
I Faw Down and Go Boom! 1928 Leonard Stevens (words)  wvicon.gif
Faithfully Yours (w&m) 1931 Abe Lyman (co-author)
T. Snyder (co-author)
Oh! How I Wish I Knew (w&m) n.d. Pete Wendling (co-author)  wvicon.gif