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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|Georgia Melodians||San - Oriental fox trot||Diamond Disc 9733-C-1-1||1924|
|Vaughn De Leath, Stuart Ross - piano, R.J. Moss - fiddle||(What do I care what) Somebody said||Diamond Disc 11638-A-1-5||1927|
|New York Military Band||The darkville dance||Diamond Disc 2502-A-1-2||1915|
|Edison Military Band||The dream of the rarebit fiend||Gold Moulded cylinder 9585 (10)||1907|
|Billy Murray||I want a doll||Diamond Disc 6444-H-1-1||1918|
|Sophie Sanina - piano||La serenade||Diamond Disc 10008-B-1-1||1924|
|Fisk University Jubilee Quartette||Roll Jordan roll - Negro spiritual||Amberol cylinder 4M-00980 (.9)||1912|
|Edison Male Quartette||Nearer, my God, to thee||Gold Moulded cylinder 7267 (..)||c. 1903|
|Jan Rubin - violin||Serenade||Diamond Disc 6532-B-1-1||1918|
|Bob Roberts||That's gratitude||Gold Moulded cylinder 9654 (6 .)||1907|
|Rondalla Usandizaga (Dagand's Orchestra)||Bolero||Needle Type disc N-103-A-1-1||1928|
|Ada Jones and Len Spencer||Herman and Minnie||Gold Moulded cylinder 9643 (4 .)||1907|
|Ernest V. Stoneman and the Dixie Mountaineers||The bully of the town||Diamond Disc 11484-A-1-3||1927|
|Fred Van Eps - banjo, John F. Bruckhardt - piano||I'm sitting on top of the world (just rolling along)||Diamond Disc 10836-A-1-3||1926|
|Charley Skeete's Orchestra||Deep Henderson - fox trot||Diamond Disc 11032-B-1-2||1926|
Sat. 8/23/08 8:24pm
keep 'em comin'! Great stuff!
Tue. 9/23/08 8:56am
Dear Friend, This is the music that will be played forever! Your excellent nostalgic programmes is evidence of that ! Unlike the so called 'music' of today. Here today, and gone tomorrow!!! The accompanying photos, etc, are an added bonus to a great show. Well done to all concerned.Keep up the good work. Very sincerely, Laurence in London. UK.
Mon. 1/5/09 8:55am
As always, a fascinating program; full of otherwise hidden gems.
Keep up the good work - I'll keep listening.
Thu. 2/12/09 8:45pm
Sat. 4/24/10 11:30pm
Hello, I am interested in researching other Edison records. I am especially interested in Lasses White.
Thanks, for any help.
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