Jean Havez  (1874-1925)
Last updated: 29.04.22
  Title Instruments/Issue Performers
       
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audioextmp315.gif Everybody Works But Father Edison's National Phonograph Company: 9100 Bob Roberts
audioextmp315.gif Uncle Quit Work Too Edison Gold Moulded Record: 9251 Bob Roberts
audioextmp315.gif When the Hammer on the Anvil Rings Edison Gold Moulded Record: 9734 Ada Jones
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url15.gif Everybody Works But Father Jean Havez (words & music)
Madie Scott (perf.)
Arthur Collins (perf.)
 
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif Do Not Forget the Old Days J. Havez (words & music) Piano, Voice Kirk wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Everybody Works But Father (1905) J. Havez (words & music)
Lew Dockstader (perf.)
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pdf15.gif Mister Tosti, Why Did You Write ''Good Bye''? (1916) J. Havez (words & music) Piano, Voice IMSLP wvicon.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 17 works by Jean Havez (1874-1925). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Up the Flue 1896 Wilford W. Herbert (words)
Everybody Works But Father (w&m) 1905 Bob Roberts (perf.)
Madie Scott (perf.)
Arthur Collins (perf.)
Lew Dockstader (perf.)
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Why Don't You Quit, Quit, Quit (w&m) 1905 Carroll Johnson (perf.)  wvicon.gif
Do Not Forget the Old Days (w&m) 1906  wvicon.gif
Sweet Julienne 1906
Uncle Quit Work Too 1906 Bob Roberts (perf.)  audioextmp315.gif
I'll Be Waiting Dearie When You Come Back Home (w&m) 1907  Pub.
When the Hammer on the Anvil Rings 1908 Ada Jones (perf.)  audioextmp315.gif
You Have Changed the Winter in My Heart to Glad Springtime 1908
Bumble Bee (w&m) 1911 James Blyler (co-author)
Donnelly (co-author)
Dolly Sisters (perf.)
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Oh, You Silv'ry Bells 1912 Geo. Botsford (words)
Steaming Back to Dixieland 1913 Ted S. Barron (words)
Mister Tosti, Why Did You Write ''Good Bye''? (w&m) 1916  Pub.
Ev'rybody in the Town Is Sober Since My Cellar Went Dry (w&m) 1920
I'm Glad He's Irish 1920
Let's Pretend 1920
Grandma's Boy 1922 Herb Crooker (co-author)
Pete Wendling (co-author)
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