Options Old Codger with Courtney T. Edison: Playlist from March 18, 2008 Options

The Old Codger: playing 78 RPM records like they're going out of style!

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Options March 18, 2008: When the Codger's in your boudoir, no groove is safe from his stylus.

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Artist Track
Gene Autry  Don't Fence Me In   Options
Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra with Bix Beiderbecke  Futuristic Rhythm   Options
M.J. O'Connell  Old Bill Baker   Options
Scrapper Blackwell  Back Door Blues   Options
Johnny Marvin  Magnolia   Options
Woody "Fishcakes" Clooney  Eat to Live   Options
Norton "Clubfoot" Grubbage  The Stuttering Polkalypso   Options
Kay Starr  There's Yes Yes Yes in Your Eyes   Options
The Milt Herth Trio  Jersey Bounce   Options
Ukulele Ike (Cliff Edwards)  My Dog Loves Your Dog   Options
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra  Gotta Go Places and Do Things   Options
Zelma O'Neal  Varsity Drag   Options
Coot Grant and Kid Wilson  Keep Your Hands Off My Mojo   Options
Nat Wills  B.P.O.E.   Options
Paul Robeson  That's Why Darkies Were Born   Options
Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra with Bix Beiderbecke  Bless You Sister   Options

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/18/08 7:30pm pok:

how old r u? i like ur show!
  Tue. 3/18/08 7:32pm ~L:

Milt Hearth Trio, Try to say that three times fast!
  Wed. 3/19/08 4:31am One of Mammy's little babies:

Could you please play "Shortnin' Bread"?
  Wed. 3/19/08 4:47am Charley the houseboy:

Dear Mr. Edison,

I hear you went to Rutgers with Quincy Magoo. If so, do you know any dirt about him I can use? I'm trying to get a raise from the old tightwad.
  Wed. 3/19/08 12:55pm another old man:

Gosh, love that hearing that Clubfoot again - delightful!
  Thu. 3/27/08 8:25am Cor Blimey Guv'nor:

It's taken a cuppla days as usual for the show to percolate through the Atlantic ether to London, England but I am receiving you loud and clear via RealAudio. Re. Pok's query, the Old Codger is very very old. He was already very very old when he started broadcasting on WFMU a long long time ago (see playlists online) and is now older, even though he sounds as old as he did then. I hope this answers your question.
  Thu. 3/27/08 12:05pm Michael Jackson:

I agree with you about chimps. I had one - Bubbles - trained to serve dinner, make coffee and carry out general household chores but he got restless and I returned one day to find him at a typewriter. He wrote something he'd called Hamlet which was obviously of no use to me in my career as a great entertainer.
  Mon. 3/31/08 7:16am Barbara Pym:

I don't understand all this talk about chimpanzees and Hamlet. What is wrong with young people today? Why can't they enjoy simple pleasures? Haven't they heard of muffins? Can we just get back to the music?
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