The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC Options

Playlist for May 22, 2012 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 Comments
My Old Love   Options Max Dolin's Orchestra  Victor 19076-B 10" 1923    
Die Vaber   Options Joe Feldman  Victor 72592-A 10" 191?   Yiddish 
Sise Hunting   Options Rose Greenfield and William Schawtz  Victor 72433-B 10" 191?   Yiddish 
Mbraccia a Mme   Options Figli di Ciro  Victor 67481-A 10" 191?    
Aberystwyth   Options Glyndwr Mountain Ash Welsh Male Choir  Victor 72813-B 10" 191?    
I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time   Options Charles Harrison  Victor 18693-A 10" 1920    
Willhelm The Grocer   Options Ada Jones  Victor 17491-B 10" 1913    
He'd Have to Get Under -- Get Out and Get Under (To Fix Up His Automobile)   Options Billy Murray  Victor 17491-A 10" 1913    
Bell Hop Blues   Options Al Bernard  Victor 18644-B 10" 1919    
Baby Face   Options Honey Duke and His Uke  Harmony 284-H 10" 1926   Johnny Marvin 
Boo-Hoo-Hoo   Options Noble Sissle  Regal 9180 10" 1922   Eubie Blake piano 
The Three Trees   Options Tom McNaughton  Victor 17222-B 10" 1911    
Motoring   Options Harry Tate and Company  Gramophone Concert Record 10" 191?    
How Mother Made the Soup   Options Charlie Chase  Victor 16547-A 10" 1909    
Laughing Vamp   Options Plantation Jazz Orchestra  Emerson 10239 10" 1920    

Listener comments!

  Tue. 5/22/12 8:17pm vanya:

great yiddish tunes! and others! right on, MAC!
  Tue. 5/22/12 8:20pm Dave in PA:

RE;the first tune - what was with that clacking percussion that was so prevalent on the early recordings? The knocking sound... you know... ???
Avatar Tue. 5/22/12 8:22pm MAC:

I think it is a woodblock
  Tue. 5/22/12 8:23pm Scuttle:

Think this one was on Boardwalk Empire!
  Tue. 5/22/12 8:52pm yayson:

sounded like he was saying 'broken record'
  Tue. 5/22/12 8:57pm paul:

Thanks for the session. we grooved!
  Tue. 5/22/12 9:00pm Iaphanteroteris:

Another two minutes and that soup'd be red hot.
  Tue. 5/22/12 9:01pm Galganga:

So nice to hear your voice again Tom
  Wed. 5/23/12 7:09pm conrad:

your welsh pronunciation was funny.
the Ys are pronounced like short Is. its more like a-berr-IST-wif and glin-DUR. (thought you might like to know for the future.)
male voice choirs are associated with churches, but im not sure if the songs are religious. aberystwyth is the name of a town.
  Thu. 5/31/12 12:32pm Tomas:

Great show, loving the ethnic tunes.
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