Marion Harris

Born 4 April 1896. Died 23 April 1944
Marion Harris
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Marion Harris

Marion Harris Biography (Wikipedia)

Marion Harris (April 4, 1896 – April 23, 1944) was an American popular singer who was most successful in the 1920s. She was the first widely known white singer to sing jazz and blues songs.

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After You've Gone
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After You've Gone
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Would You Like To Take A Walk
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Would You Like To Take A Walk
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'I'll be Seeing you' performed as 'I'll BBC-ing you'
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'I'll be Seeing you' performed as 'I'll BBC-ing you'
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When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band To France
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When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band To France
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My Canary
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My Canary
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Some Sunny Day
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Some Sunny Day
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Blue Again
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Blue Again
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