BERT WILLIAMS – Nobody

by Red Cell

Bert Williams 1874-1922
The funniest man I ever saw and the saddest man I ever knew.” – W.C. Fields

I believe that Bert Williams is a forgotten genius. In the early 1900s, he was one of the most popular singers and comedians in the world. Just listen to “Nobody”, released on a wax cylinder recording in 1906 for proof.

“Nobody” – 1906 Columbia Cylinder Recording
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LINK TO BERT WILLIAMS @ THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

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