Top Al Jolson Albums
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For Me and My Gal
For Me and My Gal
[2020]
Al Jolson (Ragtime & Jazz Songs - The Early Years) [Recorded 1911 - 1916] [Encore 1]
Al Jolson (Ragtime & Jazz Songs - The Early Years) [Recorded 1911 - 1916] [Encore 1]
[2020]
Everything
Everything
[2018]
At His Best
At His Best
[2017]
California, Here I Come
California, Here I Come
[2016]
Rockabye Your Baby
Rockabye Your Baby
[2015]
Al Jolson-Ol' Man River
Al Jolson-Ol' Man River
[2014]
Early Al Jolson, Vol. 1 (Recorded 1913-1924) [Rare Ragtime & Jazz Vocals]
Early Al Jolson, Vol. 1 (Recorded 1913-1924) [Rare Ragtime & Jazz Vocals]
[2014]
Performance
Performance
[2014]
The Great American Songbook
The Great American Songbook
[2014]
Collected Works of Al Jolson
Collected Works of Al Jolson
[2013]
The Early Years
The Early Years
[2013]
The Hot 50 - Al Jolson (Fifty Classic Tracks)
The Hot 50 - Al Jolson (Fifty Classic Tracks)
[2013]
California Here I Come
California Here I Come
[2013]
The Genius of Al Jolson
The Genius of Al Jolson
[2013]
Legends: Al Jolson
Legends: Al Jolson
[2013]
Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
[2012]
A Broken Doll (That's Entertainment)
A Broken Doll (That's Entertainment)
[2012]
The Greatest Entertainer Sings Jazz. 20 Hits
The Greatest Entertainer Sings Jazz. 20 Hits
[2012]
The Jazz Singer
The Jazz Singer
[2012]
Original Soundtrack of The Jolson Story and Mammy (Great Movie Themes)
Original Soundtrack of The Jolson Story and Mammy (Great Movie Themes)
[2011]
In The '20s, In The '40s
In The '20s, In The '40s
[2011]
Above & Beyond - Al Jolson
Above & Beyond - Al Jolson
[2011]
The World's Greatest Entertainer
The World's Greatest Entertainer
[2011]
Among My Souvenirs
Among My Souvenirs
[2011]
Classic Jolson - The Dave Cash Collection
Classic Jolson - The Dave Cash Collection
[2011]
The Jolson Story: You Made Me Love You
The Jolson Story: You Made Me Love You
[2011]
Al Jolson (60 Songs)
Al Jolson (60 Songs)
[2011]
The Greatest Entertainer
The Greatest Entertainer
[2011]
Al Jolson Fifty Favourites
Al Jolson Fifty Favourites
[2010]
Jolson Sings Again
Jolson Sings Again
[2010]
Rum Tum Tiddle
Rum Tum Tiddle
[2010]
Give My Regards To Broadway
Give My Regards To Broadway
[2010]
Live in '35!
Live in '35!
[2010]
The Immortal Al Jolson
The Immortal Al Jolson
[2010]
Pure Gold - Al Jolson, Vol. 2
Pure Gold - Al Jolson, Vol. 2
[2010]
Memories
Memories
[2010]
Pure Gold - Al Jolson, Vol. 1
Pure Gold - Al Jolson, Vol. 1
[2010]
Sounds Of Music pres. Al Jolson (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
Sounds Of Music pres. Al Jolson (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
[2010]
Al Jolsen
Al Jolsen
[2010]
The Platinum Collection: Al Johnson
The Platinum Collection: Al Johnson
[2009]
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
[2008]
The Ultimate Jazz Singer
The Ultimate Jazz Singer
[2008]
I Feel a Song Coming On
I Feel a Song Coming On
[2008]
Thanks For The Memory
Thanks For The Memory
[2008]
Just One of Those Things
Just One of Those Things
[2008]
The Great Jolson
The Great Jolson
[2008]
You  Made Me Love You
You Made Me Love You
[2007]
Mammy
Mammy
[2007]
Diamon Master Series - Al Jolson
Diamon Master Series - Al Jolson
[2007]
I'll Be Seeing You
I'll Be Seeing You
[2006]
You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet!, Vol. 1
You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet!, Vol. 1
[2006]
Al Jolson Live!
Al Jolson Live!
[2006]
The Excellence Of
The Excellence Of
[2006]
You Made Me Love You
You Made Me Love You
[2005]
At the Movies: Al Jolson
At the Movies: Al Jolson
[2004]
The 20 Best Collection
The 20 Best Collection
[2002]
The Essential Recordings
The Essential Recordings
[2001]
April Showers
April Showers
[1999]
You Ain'T Heard Nothin' Yet: Jolie's Finest Columbia Recordings
You Ain'T Heard Nothin' Yet: Jolie's Finest Columbia Recordings
[1994]
The Man and the Legend
The Man and the Legend
[1990]
Al Jolson Performance
Al Jolson Performance
[1967]
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Anniversary Song There's A Rainbow Round My Shoulder By The Light Of The Silvery Moon You Are Too Beautiful About A Quarter To Nine Rock A Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody Carolina In The Morning Alabamy Bound When You Were Sweet Sixteen Is It True What They Say About Dixie? April Showers Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone Sonny Boy My Mammy You Made Me Love You Alexanders Ragtime Band Little Pal When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin' Along Chicago Hello 'tucky Beautiful Dreamer I Want A Girl Near You All Alone Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula Just One Of Those Things When I Leave The World Behind Little Sunshine Lazy Down Where The Swanee River Flows Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday On Saturday Night Hello Central Give Me No Mans Land Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now Hello Central, Give Me No Mans Land The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else Oh! You Beautiful Doll She's A Latin From Manhattan (feat. Evelyn Keyes) Yes Sir That's My Baby Oh You Beautiful Doll Are You Lonesome Tonight Blue River Easter Parade Some Enchanted Evening Tell That To The Marines Baby Face Hello Central, Give Me No Man's Land It All Depends On You After You've Gone Toot Toot Tootsie Avalon Give My Regards To Broadway Waiting For The Robert E. Lee Pretty Baby Golden Gate Ol' Man River I'm Sitting On Top Of The World Bye Bye Blackbird Dirty Hands! Dirty Face! Swanee Ma Blushin Rosie Liza Let Me Sing And I'm Happy Miami I'm Just Wild About Harry I Wish I Had A Girl Used To You The Old Piano Roll Blues My Mother's Rosary Way Down Yonder In New Orleans I'd Climb The Highest Mountain If I Knew I'd Find You The Best Things In Life Are Free You Flew Away From The Nest The Spaniard That Blighted My Life For Me And My Gal That Little German Ban (Al Jolon's La-La Song) Hallelujah I'm A Bum Chinatown My Chinatown Back In Your Own Backyard I Only Have Eyes For You California Here I Come
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Related Information for Al Jolson
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., Jolson became a popular singer in New York City in 1898, and gradually developed the key elements of his performance: blackface makeup; exuberant gestures; operatic-style singing; whistling and directly addressing his audience.By 1911, he had parlayed a sup... read more