Duke KAWUA --and his Royal Hawaiians, Hollywood 1936. This may be black Hawaiian guitar specialist Ceelee Burke’s band. This song is thought to have deep folk roots but collected versions offer conflicting hints as to its origin. This disc is far more explicit than most and may provide the first recording of the word “knobscotch.” —Hollywood, ca. late 1936 The Keyhole in Her Door RACY RECORDS HS 417 (XYX Special), HOLLYWOOD HOT SHOTS unnumbered (XYX Special), *** unnumbered (XYX Special) -Anonymous dub as “Peekin’ Thru the Keyhole” STAG 522 (CMR 522-B) KELLY & DUO Same male vocalist as the Fiddless Fiddler. --And Their Duo Duo Boys. Hollywood, ca. Jan. 1937 Male & female vocal w. piano, bass, alto sax, and guitar. Kicks release is anonymous. (L0394-2) The Newlyweds HOLLYWOOD HOT SHOTS 365A, KICKS 35-A -Following anonymous performance has not been traced to its original issue but is audibly as above with sax player switching to clarinet. Mxs. LO 392 & 3 are untraced. Guy overhears girl talking to a man in a room across the hall. “Put it there! Oh there? No, there!” punchline: “I rushed through the door and socked that fella/ then I broke that darned umbrella.” All Wet FRIVOLITY FR 1-B (FR1B) -as Everyone's Kissing My Fanny FAVORITE 1001, NOVEL-TUNES 2001 B (2001B) Wayne KIRK --Piano accomp., Hollywood ca. 1948. Fannie Never Did Come Out on Top REM 13-A Can't Find a Place To Do It REM 13-B KNIGHT & DAY Male and female dialog, probably Buggs Wilson. -Hollywood, 1937. (NRD-473) Joy Stick HOLLYWOOD HOT SHOTS 390 A (NRD-473), GOOD-HUMOR 9A (NRD-473), LET'S HAVE FUN 4, *** 38 (JS), *** unnumbered (2003B) -retitled “A Flying Lesson” PARTY RECORD 510 A (NRD 474) The Toot HOLLYWOOD HOT SHOTS 392 A THE KNIGHT RIDERS -Ca. early 1950's. Tatooed Lady NIFTY NOVELTY RECORDS 10005-A Today I Am a Man NIFTY NOVELTY RECORDS 10006-B Note: these are two sides of the same disc.