The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC Options

Playlist for June 18, 2013 Options

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Each week, 78s and cylinders are played on actual period reproducing devices.
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Title Artist Recording
Rose of Washington Square   Options Lenzberg's Riverside Orchestra  Ediuson BA 4027 4-minute cylinder 1920  
Ramshakle Rag   Options Prince's Band  Columbia A1107 10" 1911  
Too Much Mustard   Options Prince's Band  Columbia A1307 10" 1913  
Dancing in the Dark   Options Columbia Band  Columbia 325 10" 1904?  
The Girl on the Magazine   Options Harry McDonough  Victor 17945-A 10" 1916  
Linger Awhile   Options Shannon Four  Columbia 86-D 10" 1924  
Hello Frisco   Options Elinda Morris and Sam Ash  Columbia A1801 10" 1915  
I'd Rather Be a Lamp-Post on Old Broadway   Options Billy Murray  Edison BA 2799 4-minute cylinder 1915  
What-cha Gonna Do When There Ain't No Jazz   Options Esther Walker  Victor 18680-B 10" 1920  
Stru Long Papa   Options Amanda Brown   Columbia A3867 10" 1923  
Dying Gambler’s Blues   Options Bessie Smith  Columbia 14051-D 10" 1924  
Keep Yourself Together Sweet Papa   Options Lizzie Miles  Victor 19158-A 10" 1923  
Dinah   Options The Revelers  Victor 19796-A 10" 1925  
Me Too   Options Seven Little Polar Bears  Cameo 1000 10" 1926  
Ja Da   Options Arthur Fields  Victor 18522-B 10" 1918  
My Sunny Tennessee   Options The Benson Orchestra of Chicago  Victor 18819-A 10" 1921  

Listener comments!

  Tue. 6/18/13 8:02pm Atwater-Kent 60:

Avatar Tue. 6/18/13 8:16pm G:

Slap those machines around!
Avatar Tue. 6/18/13 8:17pm Dominick:

Grease the weezer!
Avatar Tue. 6/18/13 8:19pm G:

Crank that shaft!
Avatar Tue. 6/18/13 8:28pm G:

Broadway was old in 1915!!! no wonder that part of town (42nd and Bway) was beat to all heck by the 60s and 70s...
  Tue. 6/18/13 8:51pm Tom Gervat:

Although their musical stylings were vastly different, the Shannon Four and Revelers were largely the same group. For all of their breezy comradarie, these men were consumate singers -and one of the few acoustic groups to successfully bridge the acoustic and electric recording eras.
  Swag For Life Member Wed. 7/3/13 4:43am conrad:

Here's a later version of Ja-Da by Arthur Fields with Billy Murray.
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