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Playlist for June 26, 2012 Options

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Title Artist Recording Comments
Li'L Liza Jane   Options Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orchestra  Victor 18394-A 10" 1917    
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine   Options Cambell and Burr  Cort F477 10" 191?    
Annie Laurie   Options Miss Corinne Morgan  Victor 4039 10" 1904    
I'se Gwine Back to Dixie   Options Kitty Cheatham  Victor 45094-B 10" 1916    
Little Alabama Coon   Options Henry Burr  Columbia A1837 10" 1913    
In Tyrol   Options Al. H. (Metz) Wilson  Victor 16096-A 10" 1906    
U Buchjerl zam Schiaben   Options Alpina Sangergefelljchaft, Satzburg  OKeh 10095-A 10" 192?    
Visad Linksmas (Always Jolly)   Options Kaimieciu (Peasant Band)  Victor 73391-B 10" 192?   Lithuanian 
Flor del Aire - Tango   Options Orquestra Argentina de Ferrer  Victor 67688-A 10" 192?    
College Life   Options Billy Murray  Victor 4742 10" 1906    
Woodman, Spare That Tree   Options Bert Williams  Columbia A1321 10" 1913    
Yankee Boodle   Options Bob Roberts  Victor 4553 10" 1906    
Why Should I Cry Over You?   Options The Virginians  Victor 18033-A 10" 1922    

Listener comments!

  Tue. 6/26/12 8:19pm G:

You got rid of a pompous puritan. Good work. Use that as a test on future dayes.
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:20pm G:

dates, oops :-)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:21pm Adolf:

We get it! ;)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:21pm josh:

she sounds like an ass! heave ho! (to quote Dr. Scharpling!) ... i want to hear how you wound up on a date with her in the first place.. I'm amazed the conversation got to the date stage!
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:23pm G:

Send her an mp3 of your last mic break O:-)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:23pm small d:

heh, great dating story, Mac. people who tend toward historical revisionism by omission don't exactly seem like ideal partners. imagine future arguments! :)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:24pm josh:

G: I like your thinking! ;-)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:26pm Swiss Cheeseball:

I find yodeling stereotypical and extremely offensive. HUMPH! We're done here. You pay the check.
Avatar Tue. 6/26/12 8:27pm MAC:

I want to date you all!
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:30pm G:

@josh: It might be her one and only moment of immortality. Her 45 seconds of fame, or infamy :-)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:31pm G:

I'm guessing the j in your long German title should be an s. It's probably one of those oldtimey "long" s's.
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:32pm G:

If she was a lawyer, DON'T send her an mp3 :-)
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:36pm G:

I take back my 8:31 comment. The title's some variety of Schweizerdeutsch (Swiss German). All my spelling bets are off. I only know a weensy bit of Zuritutsch (Zurich German), and the spelling varies throughout the country.
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:46pm julia:

mother and father pay all the bills, and we have all the fun. well hey, that ought to nip all that millenial resentment in the bud
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:47pm julia:

or not
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:52pm G:

"Woodman Spare that Tree" is an old chestnut first written and set to music in 1837. It was often used in schools up to the mid 1900s. "Rocky and Bullwinkle" even did a cartoon version of it in the early 60s.

The author's a NYC journalist:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Pope_Morris
  Tue. 6/26/12 8:56pm julia:

yay! thanks mac
  Tue. 6/26/12 9:05pm Sam:

Some people -- some gals -- just love the 'high dudgeon.' You're a historian, not an eggshell-walker.
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