Fry Me Cookie, With a Can of Lard; Chicken Gunboog(ie)


Will Bradley and his Orchestra deaturing Ray McKinley. side 1: Fry Me a Cookie, With a Can of Lard; side 2: Chicken Gumboog(ie) (Columbia 36959), from the album, Will Bradley and his Orchestra featuring Ray McKinley, (Columbia C-123).
78 rpm. Side 1 was originally recorded in 1941 and released on Columbia 36719. Side 2 was originally recorded in 1941 and released on Columbia 35939.

The album art and design was created by George Howard Maas (1910-1998), an American commercial artist, graphic artist and designer, and art director. Originally from Kansas City, Maas studied at the University of Kansas at Lawrence. In 1939, he was employed as a painter in the WPA (Works Project Administration). By the early 1940s, Maas had moved to New York City where he continued his career with much success creating cover art for albums, book design and illustrations, and poster art.

Recording Date: 1941Release Date: 1947

Recording Artist: McKinley, RayWill Bradley and his OrchestraManufacturer: Columbia

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States

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Related Publication: Rust, Brian. Jazz Records 1897-1942, Vol. 1

Credit Line: Gift of Robert J. Walter

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 1981.0566.189Maker Number: C-12336959Accession Number: 1981.0566Catalog Number: 1981.0566.189

Object Name: sound recording

Physical Description: shellac (overall material)paper (overall material)ink (overall material)Measurements: overall: 10 in; 25.4 cm


Record Id: nmah_676163

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