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Charles McCarron

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Charles McCarron



Charles R. McCarron (1891–1919) was a United States Tin Pan Alley composer and lyricist. McCarron is credited on such numbers as Fido Is a Hot Dog Now, Your Lips Are No Man's Land But Mine, Our Country's In It Now, We've Got to Win It Now, and "Eve Wasn't Modest 'till She Ate that Apple". He collaborated with other composers including Albert Von Tilzer, Carey Morgan, and Chris Smith.

Selected works

  • Album by (Albert Nicholas)
  • 1891 in music New Orleans-Chicago Connection (1959)
  • A Night at Birdland, Vol. 2 2003
  • Blues for Night People (1957 Album by Charlie Byrd)
  • Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me (1919 Vocal Classical Work with Carey Morgan and Arthur Swanstrom)
  • Dixieland USA (1996 Album by Matty Matlock)
  • Doctor Jazz (1957 Album by George Lewis)
  • Our Country's in It Now! (We've Got to Win It Now), 1918 song
  • Down in Honky Tonky Town (1916 w. Charles McCarron m. Chris Smith)
  • In New Orleans (1975 Album by Earl Hines)
  • The Fabulous Sidney Bechet and His Hot Six (1951 Album by Sidney Bechet)
  • The Russians Were Rushin', The Yanks Started Yankin' with lyrics by with Carey Morgan
  • Patchwork (Classical Album)
  • When the Lusitania Went Down (1915 with Nathaniel Vincent)
  • When Old Bill Bailey Plays the Ukalele (1915 with Nathaniel Vincent)
  • "Oh Helen!" (a comedy stuttering song), composed with Carey Morgan
  • References

    Charles McCarron Wikipedia

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