Henry Burr

Harry Haley McClaskey

Also known as Burr

Discography of Henry Burr:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Lorraine / A Baby's Prayer At Twilight 2 Audio 1917 Columbia
2 I'm Smiling At De Moon Dat Smiles At You My Best Girl 3 Audio 1912 Edison Blue Amberol Record
3 Where The Moonbeams Gleam 3 Audio 1912 Edison Blue Amberol Record
4 One Heart Divine 3 Audio 1912 Edison Blue Amberol Record
5 A Perfect Day 2 Audio 1920 Pathé Actuelle
6 M-O-T-H-E-R / The Wedding Of The Sunshine And The Rose 2 Audio 1915 Victor
7 Out Of A Clear Sky /Lullaby Time 2 Audio Columbia
8 Silver Threads Among The Gold / The Happy German Twins 4 Audio Columbia
9 The Love Nest / Down The Trail To Home Sweet Home 4 Audio 1920 Columbia
10 When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget / Weeping Willow Lane 2 Audio 1919-11-00 Victor
11 Are You From Heaven / Then I'll Find My Paradise 2 Audio 1918 Columbia
12 I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles / Beautiful Ohio 2 Audio 1919 Columbia
13 Oh! What A Pal Was Mary / Waiting 2 Audio 1919 Columbia
14 Silver Threads Among The Gold / In The Valley Of Sunshine And Roses 2 Audio Okeh
15 When The Angelus Is Ringing / In The Valley Of The Moon 2 Audio 1914 Columbia
16 K-K-Katy / When You Come Back And You Will Come Back 2 Audio Paramount
17 It's Never Too Late To Be Sorry / Don't Cry, Little Girl, Don't Cry 2 Audio 1919-02-00 Victor
18 Virginia Song / Red Wing 2 Audio Columbia
19 Gypsy Land / Smile Dear 2 Audio 1920 Aeolian Vocalion
20 Wake Up Little Girl You're Just Dreaming / It's A Wonderful World After All 2 Audio 1922-06-00 Victor
21 I'll Still Remember When You Forget / When You're Gone I Wont Forget 2 Audio Columbia
22 My Country I Hear You Calling Me / When Uncle Sammy Leads The Band 2 Audio 1918 Columbia
23 Oh! What A Pal Was Mary / Dear Heart 2 Audio 1919-10-00 Victor
24 Mother's Hands / When The Harvest Moon Is Shining 2 Audio 1920-06-00 Victor
25 You Forgot To Remember / Alone At Last 2 Audio 1925-11-00 Victor
26 Daddy, You've Been A Mother To Me / Just Like The Rose 2 Audio 1920-05-00 Victor
27 You Are The Rose Of My Heart / Runaway June 2 Audio Victor
28 Virgina Song / Red Wing 2 Audio Columbia
29 Baby's Prayer At Twilight / One Day In June 2 Audio Paramount
30 Wait Till The Cows Come Home / Any Time's Kissing Time 2 Audio Pathé
31 When The Harvest Moon Is Shining / All That I Want Is You 2 Audio 1919-12-00 Columbia
32 Special Columbia Advertising Record 2 Audio 1913 Columbia
33 There's A Girl In The Heart Of Maryland / I'm Dreaming Of You 4 Audio United Record
34 The Sweetest Girl In Dixie / America 4 Audio United Record
35 Hearts And Flowers / I'll Be Waiting In The Gleaming Sweet Genevieve 4 Audio United Record
36 You're As Welcome As The Flowers In May / The Rosary 4 Audio United Record
37 Heigh-Ho / Every Little Movement 2 Audio Aretino Record
38 You Made Me Forget How To Cry / Emaline 2 Audio Victor
39 Don't Leave Me Mammy 4 Audio Victor
40 Lazy Mississippi / Rose Of Virginia 2 Audio 1920 Columbia
41 When Uncle Sammy Leads The Band 4 Audio Victor
42 They Didn't Believe Me 2 Audio Rex Record (3)
43 Sing Me To Sleep 4 Audio Zonophone Record
44 The Rose Of No Man's Land / Over Yonder Where The Lilies Grow 2 Audio Columbia
45 In The Valley Of Sunshine And Roses / The Boy And The Birds 4 Audio Columbia
46 To The End Of The World With You 4 Audio 1909-03-00 Indestructible Record
47 'Twas Only An Irishman's Dream 4 Audio 1917 Indestructible Record
48 Midnight Rose / Ev'ry Night I Cry Myself To Sleep Over You 4 Audio Victor
49 The Girl Of The Olden West / Ten Thousand Years From Now 4 Audio Victor
50 When Clouds Have Vanished And Skies Are Blue / Why Don't My Dreams Come True 4 Audio Victor


Male tenor vocalist [January 15, 1882 - April 6, 1941].

One of the most famous ballad singers of the early 20th century, and one the first recording artists for Victor Records and Columbia.

He recorded under numerous pseudonyms including Irving Gillette, Henry Gillette, Alfred Alexander, Robert Rice, Carl Ely, Harry Barr, Frank Knapp, Al King, Harry McClaskey and Shamus McClaskey.


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