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|Title||Artist||Recording||Approx. start time|
|Rise and Shine||Lonnie McInotorsh||Victor Disc 1928||0:00:00 )|
|All I Got's Gone||Oddie McWinters||Crown Disc 1932||0:11:48 )|
|Next Week Sometime||Alec Johnson||Columbia Disc 1928||0:14:45 )|
|Hiumming Blues||Red Onion Joe||Champion Disc 1929||0:35:29 )|
|My Girls Pussy||Harry Roy and his Batclub Boys||Oriole Disc 1931||0:45:59 )|
|St James Infirmiry||Al Trent||Champion Disc 1930||0:46:51 )|
|Tip Out Tonight||El Morrow||Victor Disc 1931||0:47:32 )|
|Sweet Nora Shannon||Rustic Waters||Columbia Disc 1933||0:58:53 )|
Fri. 9/9/11 8:27am
Excellent show! Please invite John back to play more sides from his collection.
Fri. 9/16/11 4:02pm
Helluva show guys! LOTS of good historical analogies and generally cool collector banter! Loved it! Bring Eden along next time! Ha!
Fri. 9/16/11 4:21pm
Hello Mac. Thanks for the fine program. And John, what a great record "Rise and Shine" by Lonnie McIntorsh. I got Victor 21271, which is his first. Beautiful mistake you do at the end, starting playing Willie McTell, but ending up playing as announced "Sweet Nora Shannon" by Rustic Waters. Do come back John, and play some of your McTell's! That will amuse me. Kind regards from the heart of Copenhagen, Erik
Thu. 9/22/11 8:55pm
I've been listening to your show for a couple of years, and I LOVED this episode. Came here to see if the songs had been carved up into single MP3s ... it's great that you do that, but ... do you know that these cuts weren't done right? No big deal, doesn't hurt my enjoyment of your show. Just thought you should know (in particular, look at My Girl's Pussy.)
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