Paul Ash  (1891-1958)
Last updated: 02.05.23
The mysterious Ash enjoys his place here as the first named and credited words & music man who collaborated with Justin Ringleben and Frederick W. Hager on the now little known song Sunbeam (1919) which was published by McCarthy & Fischer, New York. Internet searches have turned up further works which suggest that Paul Ash could have actually been the chief collaborator on that work. The foregoing is merely an "intelligent guess" and cannot presently (2008) be substantiated.

This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 8 works by Paul Ash (1891-1958). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
I Do! Do You? 1925 Nat Goldstein (co-author)
Harry I. Robinson (words)
I'm Knee Deep in Daisies 1925 Larry Shay (co-author)
Joe Goodwin (words)
Jack Stanley (words)
Bartram (perf.)
Saxton (perf.)
Let's Wander Away 1925 E. Burtnett (co-author)
Harry Owens (co-author)
Thinking of You (w&m) 1926 Walter Donaldson (co-author)  Pub.
Wondering Why (w&m) 1926 Tommie Malie (co-author)
Jimmie Steiger (co-author)
What Could I Do? 1927 E.A. van Alstyne (co-author)
Gus Kahn (words)
Edith Reed (perf.)
You're the One For Me 1927 Walter Donaldson (co-author)  wvicon.gif
I'd Love to Call You My Sweetheart (w&m) 1953 Joe Goodwin (co-author)
Harry Harris (co-author)
Larry Shay (co-author)
Albert Brown (perf.)
Gerald Marks (perf.)