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HARRY MACDONOUGH The Holy City (Adams) VICTOR GRAND PRIZE 94 78RPM HEAR. Harry Macdonough – 78rpm single 10-inch – Victor HOLY CITY. Vintage Victor Record 16408 Harry Macdonough "The Palms"/"The Holy City"(C7-4-A).
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John Scantlebury Macdonald (May 30, 1871 – September 26, 1931) was a Canadian singer and recording executive. Under the pseudonym Harry Macdonough, he was one of the most prolific and popular tenors during the formative years of recorded music. According to Joel Whitburn’s Pop Memories, he had 16 hits.
1 - Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (1905). 2 - Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder. 3 - Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (1905). 8 - Down By the Old Mill Stream (1911). The Girl on the Magazine (1916) download. The Holy City (1900) download. The Mansion of Aching Hearts (1902) download.
Goodbye Dolly Gray - Harry MacDonough. Harry Macdonough - When You Were Sweet Sixteen (1901). Macdonald was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. His earliest recorded performances were for the Michigan Electric Company in Detroit, which made phonograph cylinders for penny arcades. During the 1900s Macdonald took a job with the Victor Talking Machine Company, becoming assistant manager and later manager of its New York City studio. As studio manager he oversaw the studio schedule, as well as negotiating contracts with artists and music publishers. He moved to Columbia Records in 1925 and oversaw the technical development of its studios until his death. Works by or about Harry Macdonough at Internet Archive.
In 1901 the song in the charts was In the Shade of the Palm by Harry MacDonough. 2016. In the Shade of the Palm by Harry MacDonough.
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