Henry Burr

~ Person


Vocal: tenor

Additional care should be taken with release dates for Burr's Columbia releases. For releases which do not have known dates, do not imply release dates from catalog numbers (ie, if Col 1000 and Col 1002 were released in August 1901, if Col 1001 is a Burr release, then Col 1001 has a much higher than normal chance of not being also an August 1901 release). Many of Burr's Columbia releases were rerecordings of earlier Columbia releases originally recorded by a different artist; the original artist's release with (for example) Col 1001 would have been the August 1901 release, the Burr rerelease recorded and released at some point at least several months later, often reusing the same catalog number.

Burr recorded many of the same songs multiple times for different labels. The same title appearing on, for example, Edison and Victor, indicates 2 different releases, not the same release with 2 different label and catalog numbers.

Annotation last modified on 2008-09-09 13:30 UTC.

Performance name of: Harry Haley McClaskey

Also performs as: Alfred Alexander, Alfred Knapp, Harry Barr, Harry Haley, Harry McClaskey, Henry Gillette, Irving Gillette, Lou Forbes, Robert Bruce, Shamus McClaskey



1907Virginia Song / Red WingJ. W. Myers / Henry Burr & James Hall2
1910Where the River Shannon Flows / Red CloverHenry Burr / Frank C. Stanley & Henry Burr1
1911Let Me Call You Sweetheart / Boy and GirlColumbia Quartet / Henry Burr & M Mayhew1
1914Ben BoltHenry Burr1
1914If I Had You / When Did You Write to Mother Last?Henry Burr1
1916Somewhere a Voice Is Calling / Drink to Me Only With Thine EyesHenry Burr1
1917Chimes of Normandy / Are You From Heaven?Sterling Trio / Henry Burr1
1917Avalon, I’ll Travel On to You / I Know a Lovely GardenSterling Trio / Henry Burr1
1917For Me and My Gal / Somewhere in DixieAlbert C. Campbell & Henry Burr1
1917Golden Hours / Heaven Is My HomeSterling Trio / Henry Burr1
1917In Old New Hampshire (With My Lady Jane) / When We Wind Up the Watch on the RhineHenry Burr1
1917I Want to Kiss Daddy Goodnight / Hit the Trail That Leads to MotherHenry Burr1
1917Just as Your Mother Was / When Grandma Sings the Songs She LovedAlbert C. Campbell & Henry Burr1
1917Jesus, Lover of My Soul / Nearer My God to TheeHenry Burr1
1917O Canada, That True North / Our Hearts Go Out to You CanadaHenry Burr1
1917Over There / Joan of ArcHenry Burr1
1917Shenandoah / Lookout MountainAlbert C. Campbell & Henry Burr1
1917The Sunshine of Your Smile / Stein SongBurr & Campbell / Royal Dadmun1
1917The Daughter of Rosie O’Grady / Sussex by the SeaHenry Burr1
1918After You’ve Gone / I’m Glad I Can Make You CryMarion Harris & Henry Burr1
1918Lead Kindly Light / Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee)Henry Burr / Marie Morrisey & Peerless Quartet1
1918Laddie BoyCampbell and Burr1
1918Mandy and Me / A Little Birch Bark Canoe and YouBurr & Campbell / Sterling Trio1
1918Oh How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Gets Home / The Pickaninnies’ ParadiseHenry Burr / Sterling Trio1
1918Smiles / When You Come BackRuth Lenox & Henry Burr2
1918Three wonderful letters from home / Each stitch is a thought of you dearHenry Burr1
1918The Little Good for Nothing’s Good for Something After All / Freedom for All ForeverBurr & Campbell / Joseph Phillips1
1918Your lips are No Man’s Land but mine / Wondrous eyes of ArabyBurr & Campbell / Vernon Dalhart1
1919In the Heart of a Fool / I’ve Lived, I’ve Loved, I’m SatisfiedHenry Burr1
1919Little Boy Blue / KillarneyHenry Burr1
1920Silver Threads Among the Gold / In the Valley of Sunshine and RosesCrescent Trio / Henry Burr1
1922My Buddy / Down Old Virginia WayHenry Burr1
For Killarney and YouHenry Burr1
The Maid of the Mill / The Rose of No Man’s LandReed Miller / Henry Burr1

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