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A. Written-By – Edwin S. Ufford.
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|A||Throw Out The Life Line
Written-By [Uncredited] – Edwin Smith Ufford
- Tenor Vocals [Uncredited] – Henry Burr
NotesVocal Quartette, Male Voices
Label Printing Code: IZ (= September 1917)
A recording of Henry Burr (tenor) with organ accompaniment (mx 3205, take 1), recorded Jan. - Sept. 1905, was issued as Columbia 3205 in Sept. 1905 and later issued as Silvertone 3205. This must be a reissue of the same recording since the Fall 1917 Sears Catalog, p. 839, positively identifies "Burr" as the tenor on Silvertone 46448.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout and behind label): 46448 1-F-19
- Other (Label Printing Code): IZ