Options The Ragged Phonograph Program with Mike Haar: Playlist from June 24, 2014 Options

Original ragtime, jazz, and pop music from the first quarter of the 20th century, with historical background on vaudeville-era artists.

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Options June 24, 2014: Killa Dilla

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
The Boswell Sisters  Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Day   Options 1932  0:00:00 ()
Wally Vernon  This Is The Life   Options 1938  0:03:04 ()
Jack Norworth  Saduie Brady, Listen Good to Me   Options 1910  0:04:31 ()
Manuel Romain  My Sweetheart's The Man in the Moon   Options 1926  0:07:14 ()
Rudy Vallee  Doin' the Racoon   Options 1928  0:10:42 ()
Harry McClintock  Big Rock Candy Mountain   Options 1928  0:15:37 ()
Clarice Vance  Good-Bye to Johnnie   Options 1909  0:18:08 ()
King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band  Dippermouth Blues   Options 1923  0:20:33 ()
Billy Murray  The Grand Old Rag   Options 1906  0:22:40 ()
Warings Pennsylvanians  I Love the College Girls   Options 1926  0:26:45 ()
The Three Keys  Jig Time   Options 1932  0:30:11 ()
Bing Crosby  Goin' Hollywood   Options 1933  0:32:30 ()
Jimmy Joy  Papa's Gone   Options 1930  0:33:21 ()
Frank Crumit  'S Wonderful   Options 1927  0:37:36 ()
Eddie Morton  While They Were Dancing Around   Options 1913  0:41:03 ()
Gene Austin  Bye-Bye Blackbird   Options 1926  0:44:10 ()
Peerless Orchestra  Smokey Mokes   Options 1902  0:48:40 ()
William Redmond  In The Good Old Summertime   Options 1902  0:50:42 ()
Aileen Stanley and Johnny Marvin  Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away   Options 1927  0:53:11 ()
Golden Gate Orchestra  Stockholm Stomp   Options 1926  0:55:34 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 6/24/14 8:05pm Todd:

Loving this! Glad to have found it
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:05pm P-90:

Evening, Mike. "Bing and Beyond?" Far out.
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:10pm P-90:

...who knew the Man in the Moon swung that way? Not that there's anything wrong with it...
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:16pm Todd:

Definitely got me hooked, Mike. Just found a new Tuesday evening routine
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:29pm P-90:

1926? OK, fully 12 years before Les Paul was hired by Waring.
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:47pm P-90:

Les used to say that Waring complained to him & his trio at their audition that "he was feeding a lot of people already", it was the depths of the Depression, steady work was hard to find for anyone, much less for musicians, and Waring had a BIG band already by any standard. Then he went and hired them anyway; Les became the first electrified guitarist to appear regularly on the radio, and he later claimed that CBS got more mail about the electric guitar sound than for everything else the Pennsylvanians did combined...
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:54pm Sophie:

Oh, this is a good one!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 6/24/14 8:58pm duke:

First time I heard this show - wonderful
  Tue. 6/24/14 8:59pm P-90:

Thanks, Mike
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