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|She's Everybody's Sweetheart||Ted Lewis and His Band||Columbia 122-D 10" 1924|
|Jimbo Jambo||Frank Crumit||Columbia A3812 12" 1923|
|Bootlegger's Ball||Eddie Hunter & Alex Rogers||Victor 19247-A 10" 1923|
|Yes, Sir, That's My Baby||Harry Robinson||OKeh 40455-B 10" 1925|
|That Barking Dog - Woof! Woof!||The Original Memphis Five||Vocalion B14461 10" 1922|
|It Must Be You||Eddie Peabody and his Band||Domino 3627-B 10" 1925|
|Cutie||Eubie Blake and His Orchestra||Regal 9198 10" 192?|
|Presa del Elefante||Banda Victor||Victor 69880-A 10" 192?|
|Az ados, akinek az inge gyoles||Berkes Bela advari rendexes zenekara||Odeon 12088-A 10"||Hungarian Gypsy Band|
|Hail Smiling Morn||Whitney Brothers Quartet||Victor 5635 10" 1909|
|Life's A Funny Proposition After All||George M. Cohan||Victor 60042 10" 1911|
|Down at Mammy Jimny's||"That Girl" Quartet||Victor 17118-A 10" 1912|
|Two Ton Tessie||Mickey Guy's Hottentotts||Perfect 14659B 10" 1926|
|Everybody Loves My Baby||The Georgians||Columbia 252-D 10" 1924|
Tue. 11/1/11 8:31pm
Dude, loving this set!
Tue. 11/1/11 8:39pm
ah! music from Thee Olde Country! :)
all kidding aside, this really does sounds like the old Hungarian records my Mom used to play when i was little -- THANK YOU, MAC!
Tue. 11/1/11 8:59pm
Fine show, man. I didn't even notice there were 78s at the fair to begin with. Sounds like you got an almost entirely outstanding haul.
Wed. 3/13/13 2:02am
Nat M. Lucas:
first time i've heard two ton tessie from tennessee performed by anyone but tessie o'shea! SUPERLATIVE...
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