Jack Stanley  (1890-1936)
Last updated: 22.10.21
All that can presently (February 2016) be gleaned about by internet searching is that Jack Stanley is the one-off composer of That Rooster's Walking Rag (1912) published by The H. Kirkus Dugdale Co., Washington, D.C., USA.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 12 works by Jack Stanley (1890-1936). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Oh, Say That You Will Be True 1912 Wm Brooks (words)
That Rooster's Walking Rag 1912 John F. Clements (words)  wvicon.gif
Broadway Love 1914 George A Little (words)
While You're Over There in No Man's Land (I'm Over Here in Lonsesome Land) 1918 Jessie Spiess (words)
When Ireland Comes Into Her Own 1919 Jeff T. Branen (words)  wvicon.gif
Alone 1920 Geo. A. Little (words)
Harold Dellon (words)
Oh Boy, I've Found the Baby For Me 1920  wvicon.gif
They Needed a Song Bird in Heaven 1921 Geo. A. Little (words)
George Walter Brown (perf. by)
Dancin' Dan 1923 Wm. Tracey (words)  wvicon.gif
I Had Someone Else Before I Had You 1924 Harry Harris (words)
Joe Darcy (words)
Arr.:May Singhi Breen
Momsey Womsey 1925 Charles Dornberger (co-author)
William Tracey (words)
Flutter by Butterfly 1927 Phil Layton (words)
Ed Coscia (perf. by)