Jean Havez  (1874-1925)
Last updated: 24.11.21
     Title Attribution Remarks
url15.gif Everybody Works But Father Jean Havez (words & music)
Madie Scott (perf.)
Arthur Collins (perf.)
     Title Performer Comments
audio15.gif Everybody Works But Father Bob Roberts ram File provided by
audio15.gif Uncle Quit Work Too Bob Roberts Edison Gold Moulded Record: 9251 at USCB
audio15.gif When the Hammer on the Anvil Rings Ada Jones Edison Gold Moulded Record: 9734 at USCB
     Title Instruments Remarks
pdf15.gif Do Not Forget the Old Days Piano, Voice wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Everybody Works But Father (1905) Piano, Voice wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Mister Tosti, Why Did You Write ''Good Bye''? (1916) Piano, Voice wvicon.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 15 works by Jean Havez (1874-1925). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Up the Flue 1896 Wilford W. Herbert (words)
Everybody Works But Father (w&m) 1905 Bob Roberts (perf.)
Madie Scott (perf.)
Arthur Collins (perf.)
Lew Dockstader (perf.)
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Do Not Forget the Old Days (w&m) 1906  wvicon.gif pdf15.gif
Sweet Julienne 1906
Uncle Quit Work Too 1906 Bob Roberts (perf.)  audio15.gif
I'll Be Waiting Dearie When You Come Back Home (w&m) 1907  wvicon.gif
When the Hammer on the Anvil Rings 1908 Ada Jones (perf.)  audio15.gif
You Have Changed the Winter in My Heart to Glad Springtime 1908
Oh, You Silv'ry Bells 1912 Geo. Botsford (words)
Steaming Back to Dixieland 1913 Ted S. Barron (words)
Mister Tosti, Why Did You Write ''Good Bye''? (w&m) 1916  wvicon.gif pdf15.gif
Ev'rybody in the Town Is Sober Since My Cellar Went Dry (w&m) 1920
I'm Glad He's Irish 1920
Let's Pretend 1920
Grandma's Boy 1922 Herb Crooker (co-author)
Pete Wendling (co-author)