Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC Options

Playlist for February 10, 2009 Options
with "Virtual" guest Dave Cash

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Each week, 78s and cylinders are played on actual period reproducing devices.
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Title Artist Recording Comments
Turn On Your Radio   Options Selvin’s Moulin Rouge Orchestra  Vocalion 14754B Disc 1924   Irving Kaufman - vocal 
Copenhagen   Options Benson Orchestra of Chicago   Victor 19470A Disc 1924    
Louisiana Lou   Options Metropolitan Orchestra   Berliner 1476 Disc 1897    
Nights When I am Lonely   Options Boswell Sisters  Victor 19639B Disc 1925   Acoustic 
Mask and Wig Glee Chorus   Options Joan of Arkansas  Victor 19626A Disc 1925    
Buenos Aires   Options International Novelty Orchestra  Victor 19626B Disc 1925   Arthur Hall - vocal 
Let It Rain, Let It Pour   Options Meyer Davis’ le Paradis Orchestra  Victor 19630A Disc 1925   Billy Murray - vocal 
All Aboard for Heaven   Options Meyer Davis’ le Paradis Orchestra  Victor 19630B Disc 1925   Billy Murray - vocal 
The Flapper wife   Options International Novelty Orchestra  Victor 19638A Disc 1925   Gene Austin - vocal 
Who Takes Care of the Caretaker’s Daughter   Options Whitey Kaufman’s Original Pennsylvania Serenaders  Victor 19638B Disc 1925    
You For Me   Options Sam Lanin’s Orchestra  Velvet Tone 2168G Disc 1930   Irving Kaufman -vocal 
I Remember You From Somewhere   Options Sam Lanin’s Orchestra  Velvet Tone 2168G Disc 1930   Irving Kaufman -vocal 
Too Much Mustard   Options Europe’s Society Orchestra   Victor 35359A Disc 1913    
Castle Walk   Options Europe’s Society Orchestra   Victor 17553A Disc 1914    
Castle’s Half and Half   Options National Promenade Band   Edison 50191L Edison Diamond Disc 1914    
Memphis Blues   Options Lieut. Jim Europe’s 369th U. S. Inf. (“Hell Fighters”) Band  Pathé 22085B Vertical record 1919    

Listener comments!

  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.

Great show

Matt
  Thu. 4/21/11 2:11pm Kevin Doherty:

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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