Centennial Songs / The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC Options

Playlist for March 31, 2015 Options
Where are you, Spring?

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100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.

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Hear this show:

Title Artist Recording Approx. start time
General Mixup March   Options Arthur Pryors Band  Victor   0:00:00 )  
Little Bit of Cucumber   Options Harry Champion  Columbia 1914   0:03:11 )  
By the Beautiful Sea   Options Ada Jones and Billy Watkins  Columbia 1914   0:07:56 )  
Sweet Adeline   Options Bieling & Dudley with Hayden Quartet  Victor 1905   0:12:37 )  
Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral (Irish Lullaby)   Options Chauncey Olcott  Columbia 1913   0:17:17 )  
Happy Go Lucky You and Broken Hearted Me   Options Ralph Kirby and Orchestra  Hit-of-the-Week 1932   0:20:17 )  
Tishomingo Blues Introducing:Some Chocolate Drops   Options Yerkes American Marimbaphone Band  Columbia   0:25:22 )  
I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark   Options Billy Murray  Edison 1908   0:31:40 )  
Beans, Beans, Beans   Options Gus Van  Columbia 1918   0:34:20 )  
Beans   Options Beans Hambone / El Morrow    0:37:50 )  
The John T Scopes Case   Options Vernon Dalhart  Cameo 1925   0:43:38 )  
The International Rag   Options Collins and Harlan  Victor 1913   0:46:51 )  
The Varsity Drag   Options Frank Farrell and His Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra  Harmony 1927   0:50:08 )  
A Chicken Can Waltz the Gravy Around   Options Stovepipe #1 and David Crockett    0:55:16 )  

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/31/15 8:05pm Jim Shulman:

You can never have enough Music Hall! Thanks for the Champion.
  Tue. 3/31/15 8:06pm P-90:

Is there an element of sexual innuendo in this cucumber song? Just asking.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/31/15 8:08pm JakeGould:

Can you play, “I Don’t Want to Know How the Sausage is Made, Just Stick it in My Bun.”
Avatar Tue. 3/31/15 8:36pm Dominick:

Perfect! I just sat down to dinner.
  Tue. 3/31/15 8:38pm Domenica:

I love the farty tuba sound in the beans song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/31/15 8:40pm JakeGould:

Beans.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/31/15 8:43pm JakeGould:

Any of these 78s on Tidal?
  Tue. 3/31/15 8:48pm cheestee:

Very Hypnotic BEANS! Must hear it again
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/31/15 8:53pm Mike East:

hands on your hips, stick out your tush...
Avatar Tue. 3/31/15 8:59pm Dominick:

They hit Buddy!
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