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Irving and Jack Kaufman

December 24, 2012

Irving and Jack Kaufman sing ‘When the Bees Make Honey (Down in Sunny Alabam’),’ Camden, NJ, 1919 (photo: Strand, New York, circa 1923)

Early 20th Century American Vaudeville entertainers and early recording artists Irving Kaufman (1890-1976) and his brother Jack here give a snappy performance of ‘When the Bees Make Honey (Down in Sunny Alabam’),’ written by Walter Donaldson, with words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. It was recorded with orchestral accompaniment conducted by Rosario Bourdon for the Victor label (18553, matrix B-22672-1), at the studios in Camden, NJ, on Monday, 7 April 1919.

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