Ted Lewis and his Band – I Ain’t Got Nobody (1928)

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“I Ain’t Got Nobody” (sometimes referred to as “I’m So Sad and Lonely”) is a popular song copyrighted in 1915. Roger A. Graham (1885–1938) wrote the lyrics, Spencer Williams composed it, and Roger Graham Music Publishing published it. It became a perennial standard, recorded many times over following generations, in styles ranging from pop to jazz to country music .

Theodore Leopold Friedman (June 6, 1890 – August 25, 1971), known as Ted Lewis, was an American entertainer, bandleader, singer, and musician. He fronted a band and touring stage show that presented a combination of jazz, comedy, and nostalgia that was a hit with the American public before and after World War II. He was known by the moniker “Mr. Entertainment” or Ted “Is Everybody Happy?” Lewis (Wikipedia).

 

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Elshad Bagirow says:

his sound look like Morton

Stephen Morrissey says:

We all know this tune!

Rocco vitiello says:

Ted Lewis was one of the top stars of the 1920 and 1930 era

Elizabeth Long says:

..night
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