Jan Garber (born Jacob Charles Garber, November 5, 1894 – October 5, 1977) was an American violinist and jazz bandleader. Garber was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He had his own band by the time he was 21. He became known as "The Idol of the Airwaves" in his heyday of the 1920s and 1930s, playing jazz in the vein of contemporaries such as Guy Lombardo.
Tumbling Tumbleweeds, 02:21. Because of You, 02:33. Birth of the Blues, 02:14. Somebody Loves Me, 02:50.
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Jan Garber, Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Jan Garber Orchestra. Tracks count: 24. Views: 3. Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Jan Garber Orchestra - The Siren's Song 02:42. Jan Garber & His Orchestra, Jan Garber Orchestra - Ooh, What You Said 01:55. Jan Garber, Jan Garber Orchestra - I Hear A Rhapsody 02:32.
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Written By – Joe Roberts
Written By – Sigman-Danvers
Written By – Rodgers
|A2c||Where Or When
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
|A3||Twelfth Street Rag
Written-By – Bowman*
|A2||Lonesome And Sorry
Written By – Davis-Conrad
|A3||Stairway To The Stars
Written By – Malneck-Signorelli
|A4||As I Love You
Written-By – Livingston-Evans*
|A5||The Magic Fire Of Love
Written By – Frank Bettencourt, Leonard Joy, Sammy Gallop
Written By – Bettencourt
Written By – Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson
Written By – Freddie Large, Jan Garber
|B3||So In Love
Written By – Cole Porter
|B4||Call To The Post Cha-Cha
Written By – Frank Bettencourt
Written By – Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish
|B6||That's A Plenty
Written By – Lew Pollack
|DL 78867||Jan Garber||Jan Garber In Danceland (LP)||Decca||DL 78867||US||Unknown|
|267 047 SLPBM, SLPBM 267 047||Jan Garber And His Orchestra||Jan Garber In Danceland (LP)||Brunswick, Brunswick||267 047 SLPBM, SLPBM 267 047||Germany||1961|