The Ragged Antique Phonograph Program with MAC and Mike the Barber Options

Playlist for September 10, 2013 Options
All British records!

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Hear this show:

Title Artist Recording Approx. start time
How we laugh   Options Mr. Pen Caws  Famous Record 75 10" 191?   0:00:00 )  
Oh' who aid so   Options Mr. Pen Caws  Famous Record 75 10" 191?    
You Can't Get Many Pimples On A Pound Of Pickled Pork   Options Ernie Mayne  The Winner 2860 10" 1913    
Love, Love, Love   Options Ernie Mayne  The Winner 2680 10" 1913    
A Great Big Plonking Kiss   Options Ernie Mayne  The Winner 3285 10" 1919    
Just We Two And The Moon   Options Mr. Stanley Kirkby  Scala Record 725a 10" 1914    
We Used To Gather At The Old Dun Cow   Options Ernie Mayne  The Winner 3285 10" 1919    
Laughing P.C. Brown   Options Charles Penrose  Winner 717 10" 1921    
Laughing Jazz Drummer   Options Charles Penrose  Winner 717 10" 1921    
Hello! Susie Green   Options Bert Courtney  Cinch 5102 10" 1913    
Who were you with last night?   Options Bert Courtney  Cinch 5102 10" 1913    
The Ragtime Goblin Man   Options Long & Green  Phoenix 062 10" 1913    
That Chiming Rag   Options Warwick Green  Phoenix 062 10" 1913    
Oh, ByJingo, Oh, By Gee   Options The Elliotts  The Winner 3480 10" 1919    

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:03pm Dominick:

Hi Mac
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:03pm Simon:

Been listening on podcast for years, this is my first time listening live :)
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:03pm Simon:

Been listening on podcast for years, this is my first time listening live :)
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:05pm Radiola 18:

Yo ho ho, MAC
Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:07pm MAC:

Hey buds!
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:09pm Simon:

Stamps were to show tax had been paid on the record I believe.
Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:11pm spodiodi:

Greetings
Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:11pm Dominick:

This will be my catchphrase for the next week
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:13pm Simon:

A bit of research: the stamps were to verify the composer had been paid http://j.mp/19FDFeH
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:13pm Simon:

A bit of research: the stamps were to verify the composer had been paid http://j.mp/19FDFeH
Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:15pm spodiodi:

50 eggs?!
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:16pm Simon:

@spodiodi This is referenced in a kids book when I was growing up, seems to be an old joke then...
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:19pm Radiola 18:

Oh blimey
Avatar    Tue. 9/10/13 8:22pm dale:

crank her up, mac! blows my mind that these are voices from a century passed!
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:23pm Simon:

The old dun cow could be written right now, so many pubs are closing...
Avatar    Tue. 9/10/13 8:24pm dale:

was the technology different? this guy is really shouting into the microphoneum....
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:26pm Simon:

@dale A lot of the music hall performers tend to be like that I think... Used to projecting for huge great theatres
Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:31pm spodiodi:

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
Avatar Tue. 9/10/13 8:32pm MAC:

Laugh it up funny boy!
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:42pm Tom Gervat:

For research purposes, I highly recommend two hardcover books & two softcover from the 90s, if you can still find them anywhere:
-Gramophone Records of the First World War (basically the HMV Catalogue 1914-18)
-The English 78 Picture Book (British counterpart to the American Record Label Book)-label histories
-Those Were The Days (Stars of the Gramophone)
-Those Wind-Up Days-
(last two softcover, more like journal periodicals)-
lots of pictures in all of the above
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:42pm Simon:

Where is that club? I want to go!!!
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:47pm Simon:

The Phoenix label? How did those ever escape Hogwarts? ;-)
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:51pm Twoscentshin:

Too bad for me; tuned in too late for, You Can't Get Many Pimples On A Pound Of Pickled Pork
  Tue. 9/10/13 8:54pm Simon:

Mac - rationing often meant you had to submit a record for recycling in order to get a new one. Before that in 1930s there were quotas in terms of how many foreign records/movies could be imported, so uk cover versions were often the only (legal) way to get hold of these songs
  Thu. 9/12/13 2:37pm Rob:

hi,
just to let you know I am a uk record collector, and have uploaded some of my early records to my blog at
http:/listentothegramophone.blogspot.co.uk
and there will be many, many more uploaded, so I'd be greatful if you could chek it out, it would be worth it if you like to hear these records.
Love the program!
Rob
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