Arthur Fields  (1884-1953)
Last updated: 05.12.22
p_fieldsa.jpgAccording to the Internet source given below, Arthur Fields was an American singer (baritone) and songwriter born Abraham Finkelstein in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania growing up however in in Utica, New York..
Initially, he toured with the Guy Brother's Minstrel Show and co-founded the vaudeville act Weston, Fields and Carroll..
His first song writing success was On the Mississippi (1912 - words: Harry Carroll and Ballard MacDonald). Another success was his The Aba Daba Honeymoon (1914 - co-author: Walter Donovan). Thereafter he made almost 300 recordings with many bands and for many labels during which he used some 15 pseudonyms.
Fields retired to Florida in 1946 but also worked in radio on WKAT Miami. He was killed tragically while recovering from a heart attack in a fire at Littlefield Nursing Home in Largo, Florida.
Websites:
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Arthur Fields  (1884-1953) has at least 2 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.
b007sryi1u_m.jpgAba Daba Honeymoon, The
Music by: Arthur Fields.
Co-Author: Walter Donovan
Perf. by: Debbie Reynolds
Publisher: Leo Feist
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Printed: 1914. Sheet Music 4 pages.
b00zo2apo0_m.jpgEleven More Months and Ten More Days
Music by: Arthur Fields.
Co-Author: Fred Hall
Publisher: Piedmont Music Co., Inc
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Printed: 1930. Sheet Music 5 pages.
  Title Instruments/Issue Performers
       
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  as Performer Composers
audioextmp315.gif We're All Going Calling on the Kaiser Edison Blue Amberol: 3568 J.A. Brennan
audioextmp315.gif I'm True to Them All Edison Blue Amberol: 3855 G.M. Cohan
audioextmp315.gif You May Hold a Million Girlies in Your Arms Edison Blue Amberol: 3299 F. Fisher
audioextmp315.gif Ragging the Chopsticks Edison Blue Amberol: 3836 A. Gottler
audioextmp315.gif Rolling Stones Edison Blue Amberol: 3163 A. Gottler
audioextmp315.gif When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France Edison Blue Amberol: 3553 C. Hess
audioextmp315.gif I Don't Want to Get Well Edison Blue Amberol: 3378 H. Jentes
audioextmp315.gif Honolulu, America Loves You Edison Blue Amberol: 3087 J.V. Monaco
audioextmp315.gif What's the Use of Going Home Edison Blue Amberol: 2930 J.V. Monaco
audioextmp315.gif When Yankee Doodle Learns to Parlez Vous Francais Edison Blue Amberol: 3447 E.G. Nelson
audioextmp315.gif Hello, Montreal Edison Blue Amberol: 5523 B. Rose
audioextmp315.gif  Mother, Dixie and You Edison Blue Amberol: 3340 J.H. Santly
audioextmp315.gif Send Me Away With a Smile Edison Blue Amberol: 3324 L. Weslyn
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Ragtime Music CDs:
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cd15.gif Bill Edwards Syncopated Safari
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif Eleven More Months and Ten More Days (1930) A. Fields (music)
Fred Hall (coauth.)
Lew Dite (perf.)
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This list is arranged by composer and contains 15 works performed by Arthur Fields who is featured on sheet music covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m) ER
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
         
perf15.jpg Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now? (1917) Irving Berlin(w&m) Grace Woods (perf.)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg We're All Going Calling on the Kaiser (1918) James Alexander Brennan Jack Caddigan (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg I'm Going Down to Tennessee (1912) Harry Carroll Arthur Fields (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
H. Carroll (perf.)
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perf15.jpg I'm True to Them All (1918) George. M. Cohan(w&m) A. Fields (perf.) wvicon.gifaudioextmp315.gif
perf15.jpg You May Hold a Million Girlies in Your Arms (1916) Fred Fisher Howard Johnson (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Rolling Stones (1916) Archie Gottler Edgar Leslie (words)
S. Tucker (perf.)
Anna Chandler (perf.)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Ragging the Chopsticks (1919) Archie Gottler Abe Frankl (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France (1918) Cliff Hess Alfred Bryan (words)
Edgar Leslie (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg I Don't Want to Get Well (1917) Harry Jentes Harry Pease (words)
H.E. Johnson (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
Grace Woods (perf.)
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perf15.jpg What's the Use of Going Home (1915) Jimmie V. Monaco Grant Clark (words)
Joe McCarthy (words)
Mae Francis (perf.)
Neil McKinley (perf.)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg  Honolulu, America Loves You (1916) Jimmie V. Monaco Eddie Cox (co-author)
Grant Clarke (co-author)
Santly &. Norton (perf.)
Eleanor Sherman (perf.)
E. Brice (perf.)
King (perf.)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg When Yankee Doodle Learns to Parlez Vous Francais (1917) Ed G. Nelson Will Hart (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
Julia Dika (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Hello, Montreal (1928) Billy Rose Mort Dixon (words)
Harry Warren (words)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Mother, Dixie and You (1927) Jos. H. Santly(w&m) Howard Johnson (co-author)
Eleanor Fisher (perf.)
A. Fields (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Send Me Away With a Smile (1917) Louis Weslyn(w&m) Al. Piantadosi (co-author)
A. Fields (perf.)
Henry Burr (perf.)
Rita Gould (perf.)
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 7 works by Arthur Fields (1884-1953). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Aba Daba Honeymoon, The 1914 Walter Donovan (co-author)
Debbie Reynolds (perf.)
Carleton Carpenter (perf.)
E. Brice (perf.)
Jane Powell (perf.)
Ricardo Montalban (perf.)
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Pay-Day! 1918
In Miami 1919 Archie Gottler (co-author)
Sidney D Mitchell, (co-author)
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Swanee Shore 1919 Sidney D Mitchell (words)
Irving Kaufman (words)
 Pub.
I Got a Code in My Doze 1929 Fred Hall (co-author)
Billy Rose (co-author)
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Eleven More Months and Ten More Days 1930 Fred Hall (co-author)
Lew Dite (perf.)
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I Hate to Be Called a Hobo 1932 Fred Hall (co-author)  Pub.
     Title Duration Performer
       
youtube15.jpg Eleven more months and ten more days 2:40 Lew Dite