Clarence Gaskill  (1892-1947)
Last updated: 26.06.21
According to the Internet source given below, Clarence Gaskill was an American composer and lyricist active during the 1920s to early 1930s. His most well-known songs include, Doo-Wacka-Doo (1921) published by Leo Feist, New York, USA, I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me (1927), and Prisoner of Love (1932)..
Of ragtime interest is Uncle Sammy at the Piano (1923) published by Jack Mills Inc., New York, USA.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 33 works by Clarence Gaskill (1892-1947). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Back to the Factory, Mary 1912 Jack Daly (sung by)  wvicon.gif
I'm the Guy 1912  wvicon.gif
Look at Me I'm the Guy 1912 Charles Shisler (co-author)
Clarence Gaskill (words)
Charles Shisler (words)
Geo. E. Reed (sung by)
Three Cheers: Base-Ball Is a Grand Old Game 1912 Billy Parker (words)
All I Want Is a Beautiful Girl 1913 Gustav Benkhart (words)
Al Dubin (words)
Caterpillar Crawl, The 1913  wvicon.gif
When I Get Married To-Day 1913  wvicon.gif
Mister Whitney's Little Jitney Bus 1915 A. Seymour Brown (words)
Little Colleen 1917 Alfred Dubin (words)
C.C. Olcott (sung by)
That's a Mother's Liberty Loan 1917 Mayo & Tally (words)
As You Were When I First Met You (w&m) 1918 Gladys Leslie (sung by)  wvicon.gif
I Thank You Mr. Hoover 1918
I've Got the Blues For My Kentucky Home (w&m) 1920 Nelson & Cronin (sung by)  wvicon.gif
I've Got the Red, White and Blues (w&m) 1921  wvicon.gif
Kentucky Blues (w&m) 1921 Nelson & Cronin (sung by)  wvicon.gif
Waltzing the Blues 1922  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Happy and Go - Lucky in My Old Kentucky Home 1923
Uncle Sammy at the Piano 1923  wvicon.gif youtube15.jpg
Doo Wacka Doo 1924 Will Donaldson (co-author)
George Horther (words)
Alice May Howard & Sophia Bennett (sung by)
Singer Sisters (sung by)
Nobody's Business 1925 Irving Mills (words)  wvicon.gif
I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me 1926 Jimmy McHugh (co-author)
Winnie Lightner (sung by)
Evelyn Hoey (sung by)
I Don't Mind Being All Alone 1926 Jimmy McHugh (co-author)
Irving Mills (co-author)
I Love to Dunk a Hunk of Sponge Cake (w&m) 1928 Ernest Hare (sung by)  wvicon.gif
I'm Wild About Horns on Automobiles 1928
Eddie Cantor's Automobile Horn Song 1929 Charles Tobias (co-author)
Bennett and Carlton. (co-author)
E. Cantor (sung by)
Baby Lindy 1930 Irving Mills (words)
Check! and Double Check! (w&m) 1930 Tom Neely (co-author)
Harry Blythe (co-author)
Mug Song, The (w&m) 1930 Clarence Gaskill (words)  wvicon.gif
Another Perfect Day Has Passed Away (w&m) 1933 Ethel Shutta (sung by)
Arr. by Haia Kaa & R. H Noeltner
Shepherd of the Air (w&m) 1933  wvicon.gif
All Aboard For Santa Claus (w&m) 1939  wvicon.gif
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Title Year Attribution Remarks
Somewhere in Dixie Land n.d. Bubin (words)
Shisler (words)
     Title Dur Performer Composer Score/Song
youtube15.jpg Uncle Sammy at the Piano (1923) 2:14 Ragtime Dorian Henry C. Gaskill