|1||–The Golden Gate Serenaders||Looking At The World Through Rose-Colored Glasses|
Written-By – Steiger, Malie
|2||–Fenwick's Novelty Dance Orchestra||Nothing Else Matters But Love|
Written-By – Friend, Kahn
- Vocals – Unknown Artist
- Vocals [uncredited] – Arthur Fields (tracks: A)
Side A recorded August 13th, 1926 in New York.
Side A also issued as Gennett 3362, Buddy 8068, Champion 15134, as well as a few other labels (see Brian Rust).
Side B does not appear in Brian Rust Jazz Records book.
- Distributed By – Sears Roebuck & Co
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