3.Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy
4.After You've Gone
5.A Good Man Is Hard to Find
7.Left All Alone Again Blues
8.St. Louis Blues
9.I Ain't Got Nobody
10.Sweet Papa, Your Mama's Getting Mad
11.I'm Nobody's Baby
12.Some Sunny Day
13.Nobody Lied When They Said That I Cried Over You
14.I'm Just Wild About Harry
15.Blue and Broken Hearted
16.Carolina in the Morning
17.Aggravatin' Papa, Don't You Try to Two-Time Me
18.It Had to Be You
19.How Come You Do Me Like You Do?
20.Somebody Loves Me
21.Tea for Two
22.I'll See You in My Dreams
23.The Man I Love
24.My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes
25.Oo-Oo-Ooh! Honey, What You Do to Me
Personnel: Nick Lucas (guitar); Harry Reser (banjo); Paul Biese (saxophone); Phil Ohman (piano).
Audio Remasterer: Martin Haskell.
Liner Note Author: Richard Ouzounian.
Recording information: Camden, NJ (07/05/1917-03/29/1934); Chicago, IL (07/05/1917-03/29/1934); London, England (07/05/1917-03/29/1934); New York, NY (07/05/1917-03/29/1934).
Director: Leroy Shield.
Though largely forgotten by all but nostalgia buffs, Marion Harris was one of the most popular singers of the 1920s, specializing in a brand of cleaned-up blues that catered to a Tin Pan Alley sensibility. Living Era's 2006 compilation LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING is arranged chronologically, giving a full picture of Harris's career. In a style that bridges blues with vaudeville and commercial appeal, Harris tackles classics like "St. Louis Blues," "It Had to Be You," "Tea for Two," and "The Man I Love." This set is a must for fans of old-school pop vocals.