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Al JolsonArtist info Asa "Al Jolson" Yoelson (born to Jewish immigrants Moshe Reuben Yoelson and Naomi Etta Cantor - the original family name was Hesselson - in Seredžius, Lithuania on May 26, 1885 or 1886, and died in San Francisco, California on October 23, 1950) was an American singer. He was one of the most popular entertainers of the first half of the 20th century.Early life and careerThe son of the Rabbi of the Talmud Torah Synagogue (now Ohev Sholom Talmud Torah) in Washington, D.C... Read more

Mammy - Al Jolson (Jazz Singer performance)
The fantastic Al Jolson performing his signature tune 'Mammy' in the finale of the 1927 film 'The Jazz Singer' and yes, it's in blackface! Great performance. Written by Joe Young/Sam M. Lewis/Walt...

Al Jolson sings April Showers & My Mammy
Legendary entertainer Al Jolson performed at Soldier's Field, Chicago on 20th August 1949. A rare recording of Al Jolson performing live.

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The Anniversary Song - Al Jolson (Larry Parks - The Jolson Story) (1946)
In 1946, Saul Chaplin adapted Iosif Ivanovici's Romanian 'Waves of the Danube'; Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin wrote the lyrics.

Toot, Toot, Tootsie! - Al Jolson
Al Jolson performing the classic 'Toot, Toot, Tootsie!'. Fantastic performer, fantastic voice - I wish I could whistle like that! Taken from the 1927 film 'The Jazz Singer' credited as the...

Al Jolson sings in the 1st-ever Talkie "The Jazz Singer" .mpg
It was Warner Bros that took the 1st leap into the all-talking movie with the Jazz Singer in 1927. Though there are instances of sound being used earlier this film is the 1st feature-length...

Al Jolson - I'm Sitting On Top Of The World (1928, The Singing Fool)
Al Jolson, born Asa Yoelson on May 26, 1886, and his family left Russia when he was a child. The son of a cantor, he first sang in a synagogue. His first show business job was with a circus,...

"I LOVE TO SINGA" AL JOLSON in 'THE SINGING KID' with Cab Calloway ~ 1936
Visit GreatPerformers1 at: See the MAIN TITLE AT: The now famous 'main theme' from Jolson's...

Although the first musical number that 'Jolie' fully sings in "The Jolson Story" is "Ma Blushin Rosie", Jolson never recorded it in the early teens, though he most likely sang it in vaudeville....

"Camptown Races" sung by Al Jolson
Al Jolson as E P Christie sings the "Camptown Races"

Watch Jolie sing "The Night Boat To Albany" at: "AL JOLSON in "MAMMY" 1930 vitaphone production...original restored technicolor Jolie's 4th talkie...

California Here I Come - Al Jolson
California Here I Come - Al Jolson.

Al Jolson----"About A Quarter To Nine"
From The 1935 Movie "Go Into Your Dance"

Funeral Of Al Jolson (1950)
The final curtain falls for Al Jolson. Here's some footage of his greatest times and the funeral. The comedian died in 1950. Unissued / unused footage - dates and locations may be unclear...

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Al Jolson - California, Here I Come (1924)
Charted at #1 in June 1924. One of the best records of the year creating a song that would become forever associated with Jolson. Interestingly, "California, Here I Come" was issued as the...

AL JOLSON ~ " S W A N E E " from Rhapsody in Blue" WIDESCREEN -HD 1945
Al Jolson's last film role in a cameo appearance from the George Gershwin biography, Rhapsody in Blue. This is the only known video appearance of 'Jolie' singing "Swanee". (not including the...

Al Jolson - Beautiful Dreamer (1950)
One of Jolson's last recordings, recorded July 13, 1950 for an album of Stephen Foster songs. It was also the last song written by Stephen Foster. This song has been recorded by hundreds of...

Al Jolson - April showers

"THE 'REAL AL JOLSON STORY' south bank show ~ Pt. 1 of 4 ~ 1986
For Part 2 please see: The 2nd. television (edited) documentary of 'The World's Greatest Entertainer' was originally aired on Britain's South Bank...

Viewers not familiar with Al Jolson might be wondering who Rudy Wissler was not to mention Scotty Beckett; both seen here in excerpts from the beginning of the award winning musical biography...

Al Jolson The Anniversary Song
Al Jolson The Anniversary Song.

Al Jolson - Swanee (Rhapsody in Blue - 1945)
Al Jolson, born Asa Yoelson on May 26, 1886, and his family left Russia when he was a child. The son of a cantor, he first sang in a synagogue. His first show business job was with a circus,...

Al Jolson - Sonny Boy
Al Jolson Sonny Boy.

Al Jolson Blackface Minstrel Show
Al Jolson plays blackface minstrel performer EP Christy in "Swanee River" (1939). Jolson got his start in minstrel shows and was the most famous minstrel artist of his era. In this clip, Jolson...

You Made Me Love You - Al Jolson
You Made Me Love You - Al Jolson Lyrics by John Feltes I've been worried all day long Don't know if i'm right or wrong i can't help just what I say Cause your love made me this way Why...

Al Jolson - Anniversary song

Al Jolson - Are You Lonesome Tonight

Mammy scene in THE JOLSON STORY
Jolson has a one of a kind vioce. Enjoy.

Blue Skies - Al Jolson
Al Jolson performing 'Blue Skies' (written by Irving Berlin) in the 1927 film 'The Jazz Singer' - credited as the first feature-length 'talkie'. This clip is the final 'sound on camera' sequence...

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