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|Turn On Your Radio||Selvin’s Moulin Rouge Orchestra||Vocalion 14754B Disc 1924||Irving Kaufman - vocal|
|Copenhagen||Benson Orchestra of Chicago||Victor 19470A Disc 1924|
|Louisiana Lou||Metropolitan Orchestra||Berliner 1476 Disc 1897|
|Nights When I am Lonely||Boswell Sisters||Victor 19639B Disc 1925||Acoustic|
|Mask and Wig Glee Chorus||Joan of Arkansas||Victor 19626A Disc 1925|
|Buenos Aires||International Novelty Orchestra||Victor 19626B Disc 1925||Arthur Hall - vocal|
|Let It Rain, Let It Pour||Meyer Davis’ le Paradis Orchestra||Victor 19630A Disc 1925||Billy Murray - vocal|
|All Aboard for Heaven||Meyer Davis’ le Paradis Orchestra||Victor 19630B Disc 1925||Billy Murray - vocal|
|The Flapper wife||International Novelty Orchestra||Victor 19638A Disc 1925||Gene Austin - vocal|
|Who Takes Care of the Caretaker’s Daughter||Whitey Kaufman’s Original Pennsylvania Serenaders||Victor 19638B Disc 1925|
|You For Me||Sam Lanin’s Orchestra||Velvet Tone 2168G Disc 1930||Irving Kaufman -vocal|
|I Remember You From Somewhere||Sam Lanin’s Orchestra||Velvet Tone 2168G Disc 1930||Irving Kaufman -vocal|
|Too Much Mustard||Europe’s Society Orchestra||Victor 35359A Disc 1913|
|Castle Walk||Europe’s Society Orchestra||Victor 17553A Disc 1914|
|Castle’s Half and Half||National Promenade Band||Edison 50191L Edison Diamond Disc 1914|
|Memphis Blues||Lieut. Jim Europe’s 369th U. S. Inf. (“Hell Fighters”) Band||Pathé 22085B Vertical record 1919|
Mon. 4/27/09 6:58pm
Matthew Richards - UK:
The antique phonograph program is fantastic. i am a collector from the UK. I have 'Louisiana Lou' by George J Gaskin on a columbia brown wax cylinder.
Thu. 4/21/11 2:11pm
It is wonderful to finally hear Victor 19626, the first electrically recorded Orthophonic record to be released!--Joan of Arkansas by the Mask and Wig Glee Chorus of the Univ. of Penna. and Buenos Aires by the International Novelty Orchestra conducted by Jack Shilkret, Nat's brother.
This is probably one of the most historically important recordings ever since it ushered in the era of electric recording. The quality is quite good and must have startled listeners at the time since the new process was not mentioned on the label or publicized by Victor. Funny that the Arthur Hall vocal on Buenos Aires still sounds acoustic, like the Billy Murray vocals that follow!
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