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Playlist for December 13, 2011 Options

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Each week, 78s and cylinders are played on actual period reproducing devices.
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Hear this show:

Title Artist Recording Approx. start time
A Lucky Duck   Options Columbia Orchestra  Columbia 1510 Disc 1901   0:00:00 )  
If You Talk in Your Sleep, Don't Mention My Name   Options Billy Murray  Victor 17025-B 10" 1911   0:03:23 )  
The Owl and the Pussycat   Options Haydn Quartet  Victor 87 10" 1901    
The Railroad Section Gang   Options Peerless Quartet  Victor 16727-B 10" 1910   0:12:23 )  
Whisper Hope   Options Alma Gluck - Louise Homer  Victrola 87107 10" 1912   0:16:23 )  
The Bells of St. Mary's   Options Frances Alda  Victrola 64844 10" 1917   0:19:23 )  
Alice Blues Gown   Options Edith Day  Victor 45176-B 10" 191   0:24:23 )  
Blood Lillies   Options William H. Reitz  Victor 17457-A 10" 1911   0:30:23 )  
Motor March   Options Vess L. Ossman  Columbia 3569 10" 1903   0:35:23 )  
Irish Jigs - Medley   Options Harold Veo  Victor 18308-A 10" 1917   0:40:23 )  
My Isle of Golden Dreams   Options Blue and White Marimba Band  Victor 18716-A 10" 1920   0:42:23 )  
Don't Argify   Options May Irwin  Victor 16058 10" 1907    
To-Day (Carrie Jacob Bonds)   Options Elsie Baker  Victor 18122-A 10" 1916    
Gypsy Blues   Options Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra  Victor 18839-A 10" 1921    

Listener comments!

  Tue. 12/13/11 8:23pm vermark:

  Tue. 12/13/11 8:23pm dannman:

Thanks for sharing a piece of history!
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:24pm conrad:

love your show. i really liked the george m cohan record you played in the post-wfmu record fayre show, and i was wondering if you had any other philosophical records in your collection that you could play. its cool to think that a hundred years ago, what is essentially a reading of a morbid poem could be a popular song.
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:27pm vermark:

Love the wind up sounds.
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:30pm vermark:

Love that you are making the sounds real
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:32pm vermark:

Yes just thinking that. The archive I will play during some kind if event over the holidays
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:36pm vermark:

I discovered hub d hub recently. It is an archive of old public domain films and footage. Anyone seen that? The old cartoons are wonderful.
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:44pm vermark:

He hand cranks the shit!! What could be better for a show?
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:49pm vermark:

Guess I'm the only dork enjoying the show
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:50pm conrad:

crank that shit, my good fellow
  Tue. 12/13/11 8:59pm vermark:

Thanks. Enjoyed your show for years
  Sat. 12/17/11 12:15pm robin:

thanks so much for bringing this piece of history to us.
  Sat. 12/17/11 12:16pm robin:

thanks so much for bringing this piece of history to us.
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