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That’s My Weakness Now

£22.00

  • Played by B A Rolfe and the Palais D’Or Orchestra
  • From Edison Diamond Disc 52343
  • Also released on Blue Amberol 5563
  • Written by Sam H. Stept and Bud Green
  • Recorded 6th June, 1928
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Description

This, the first song Stept and Green wrote together, has been very popular over the years.   It is played here by B A Rolfe with his Palais D’or Orchestra, and vocals, we believe, are by Jack Kaufman.  In it’s first year, 1928, it was used as the opening theme for the silent Laurel and Hardy short We Faw Down and in the following year, it was to open the 1929 Laurel and Hardy talkie short The Hoose-Gow.  In 1932, it featured in the Krazy Kat cartoon Piano Mover and the Betty Boop cartoon Stopping the Show.  It has been recorded by many artistes over the years.

Additional information

Weight 0.14 kg