The History of Pop Radio, Vol. 1: 1920-1939

2001 10-disc, 200-track International Music Company Germany Import box set release housed in cardboard enclosure. Featured artists from 1920 to 1939 include Edith Day, Gene Austin, Paul Whiteman Orchestra, Fanny Brice, Vernon Dalhart, Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians, Al Jolson, Gertrude Lawrence, Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky Serenaders, George Gershwin, Nat Shilkret’s Victor Orchestra, Duke Ellington, Jean Goldkette, Helen Kane, Irving Aaronson & His Commanders, John Hurt, Dolores Del Rio, Eddie Cantor, Grayson & Whitter, Maurice Chevalier, Hamp’s Kentucky Serenaders, Lou Levin, Rudy Vallee Trio, Bing Crosby, Jeannie Lang, Hutch, Elsie Carlisle, Guy Lombardo, Comedian Harmonists, Marlene Dietrich, Gene Autry, Cab Calloway, Russ Columbo, Al Bowly, Paul Robeson, Gracie Fields, Anne Lenner, Flanagan & Allen, Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Mildred Bailey, Joan Crawford, Cole Porter, Helen Morgan, Lew Sherwood, Shirley Temple, Gracie Fields, Dick Powell, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Edythe Wright, Fats Waller, the Ink Spots, Frances Langford, Jeannette McDonald & Nelson Eddy, Gene Krupa, Bunny Berigan, Harry Roy, Carroll Gibbons, George Formby, Lionel Hampton, Skinny Ennie, Lous Prima, Billie Holiday, Nat Gonella, Allan Jones, Bea Wain, Artie Shaw, the Andrews Sisters, Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Hope, Shirley Ross, Tony Martin, Glenn Miller Orchestra, Kate Smith, Delia Murphy, Wendy Clare, Reg Williams, Dorothy Carless, Denny Dennis, Ginny Simms, Vera Lynn, Woody Herman, George Melachrino, Bill Currie, Robert Tex Morton, Charlie Barnet Orchestra, Adelaine Hall, Joe Loss Band, Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth.