The audio curator at Edison National Historic Site rummages through the archives of the legendary Edison Laboratory of West Orange, New Jersey. Tune in for Edison cylinder and disc record rarities, many not heard since "the old man" himself stashed them away, featuring: Tin Pan Alley pop songs, ragtime, vaudeville comedy sketches, flapper dance bands, old-time country tunes, historic classical music, laboratory experiments and other artifacts - all dating from 1888 through 1929.
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June 26, 2007
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|Edward Meeker||Ragtime cowboy Joe||Amberol cylinder 4M-1140||1912|
|Israel J. Hochman's Yiddisher Orchester||Mazel tov||Diamond Disc 6500-B||1919|
|Anna Chandler, Sodero's Orchestra||Louisville Lou (that vampin' lady)||Diamond Disc 8954-H||1923|
|Juan de la Cruz - vocal, Bienvenido Leon - vocal, Alberto Villalon - guitar||Juro adorarte hasta la muerte - rumba son||Diamond Disc 9752-B||1924|
|Edison Military Band||Blue ribbon march||Gold Moulded cylinder 9393||1906|
|Bud Thompson (James Doherty)||A boy's best friend is his mother||Diamond Disc 10657-G||1926|
|Tennessee Happy Boys (Nathan Glantz orchestra)||Sweet Georgia Brown (a Charleston swing) - fox trot||Diamond Disc 10428-C||1925|
|Edison Male Quartet||Hard times, come again no more||Gold Moulded cylinder 9120||1905|
|Joe Thomas' Sax-o-tette||A song of India - fox trot||Diamond Disc 8938-B||1923|
|Elizabeth Spencer||Somebody loves me||Amberol cylinder 4M-1126||1912|
|Julius Spindler - flute, Antonio Giamatteo - clarinet||Duet on themes of "La Sonnambula"||Amberol cylinder 4M-1125||1912|
|Guido Deiro - accordion||Italian army march||Amberol cylinder 4M-772||1911|
|Sisty and Seitz's Banjo Orchestra||The last waltz||Diamond Disc 4165-C||1916|
|Earl Oliver's Jazz Babies, Tom Howard - vocal||Thanks for the buggy ride - fox trot||Diamond Disc 10828-B||1926|
Wed. 7/4/07 6:56pm
Thank goodness the archives are back! Now I can listen to this great music (and some not-so-great, but historically interesting music) at my leisure.
Sun. 7/29/07 3:45pm
I think that Sweet Georgia Brown (Tennesse Happy Boys) is a Harry Reser Group, not Nathan Glantz.
According to the Harry Reser discography, the name Nathan Glantz is only credited to those titles issued on Homochord.
All the best
Sun. 7/29/07 6:36pm
The name listed in the Edison recording studio cashbooks for June 11, 1925, matrix 10428 is "Glantz Orchestra".
Tue. 6/24/08 12:06pm
I Love The Tennesee Happy Boys. I have some of there stuff on DD. I also like Earl Oliver. I have his Columbia Records. I have some sax stuff on DD. Maybe you've heard of The Wiedoeft-Wadsworth Quartet.
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