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Options May 6, 2021: 077 White Lies, Black Coffee

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Frank Sinatra  The Coffee Song   Options 1946 
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Rytmi-orkesteri George de Godzinskyn  Pauligin Marssi   Options 1945 
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Bert van Dongen  Van Nelle's Koffielied   Options 1934 
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Annette Hanshaw  Little White Lies   Options 1930 
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Don Byas  Little White Lies   Options 1945 
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Pentti Ahola Quintet  Valkoisia valeita (little white lies)   Options 1952 
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Eduard Kapper  Schooiersliefde   Options 1923 
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Paul Robeson  Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes   Options 1938 
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Helma (+ Flying Dutchmen)  Schenk Mij Toch Uw Liefde Signorina   Options 1950 
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Andrews Sisters  The Coffee Song   Options 1946 
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Nick Lucas  Cup Of Coffee A Sandwich And You   Options 1926 
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Jack Hylton  Cup Of Coffee A Sandwich And You   Options 1925 
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Dick Haymes (+ Gordon Jenkins)  Little White Lies   Options 1947 
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Earl Burtnett  Little White Lies   Options 1930 
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Ella Fitzgerald  Little White Lies   Options 1939 
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Charles Prince's Band  For the Freedom of the World   Options 1917 
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Charles Daab xylophone  Dance Of The Merry Larks   Options 1911 
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William Warfield  Ol' Man River (from ' Show Boat ')   Options 1951 
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Spike Jones and his City Slickers  River Stay Away From My Door   Options 1955 
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Gertrude Lawrence + Jack Buchanan)  Cup Of Coffee A Sandwich And You   Options 1925 
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Louis Davids  Mina (Ze Zet Zoo'n Lekker Bakkie Koffie)   Options 1930 
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Louis Prima  The Coffee Song   Options 1946 
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Vincent Lopez  Cup Of Coffee A Sandwich And You   Options 1926 
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Rita Corita  Koffie   Options 1957 
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Lucille Bogan (Bessie Jackson)  Coffee Grindin' Blues   Options 1929 
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Kees Pruis  Koffiedik   Options 1940 
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Jack Hylton  Little White Lies   Options 1930 
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A. Aimo ja Dallapé-orkesteri  Kuljen eksyksissä   Options 1937 
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Mantovani  Drinking Song   Options 1954 
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Tommy Dorsey  Little White Lies   Options 1937 
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Rhythm Band  Love Lies   Options 1928 
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John McCormack  Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming   Options 1941 
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Betty Johnson  Little White Lies   Options 1957 
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Lots and lots of other audio antiquities on WFMU:

Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program contextually presented by Michael Cumella

The Ragged Phonograph Program with Mike Haar Original ragtime, jazz, and pop music from the first quarter of the 20th century, with historical background on vaudeville-era artists

Thomas Edison's Attic The audio curator at Edison National Historic Site rummages through the archives of the legendary Edison Laboratory of West Orange, New Jersey

The Old Codger: playing 78 RPM records like they're going out of style!

Rare Oldies Radio hosted by Kitschy Mama, featuring lost songs from the 50s & 60s: Retro Obscuro with Kitschy Mama

Music from the 1920s in the January 7, 2020 episode of Continental Subway with David Dichelle

Music and other recordings of Lynda Barry in the june 7, 2020 episode of Canibal Stew with DJ ARB

and you might want to check out the Surface Noise archives with DJ Joe McGasko from 2008 and 2009


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00am MHLee:

Hello, good morning/afternoon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:01am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi MHLee!
  10:03am johnk77:

drinking first cup of cafe caribe
dripped thru #2 filter
w/added natural bliss;>
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:04am Jan Turkenburg:

Hey Johnk77!
  10:04am johnk77:

peace & respect
  10:05am theia:

sounds under 64 not allowed, just my speed :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am Jan Turkenburg:

Hello theia!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:10am theia:

nothing like that first coffee of the day, the next ones are never so good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:11am Jan Turkenburg:

true
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am MHLee:

I really like Annette Henshaw. Discovered here through a cover of "If You Want the Rainbow"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am Jan Turkenburg:

lovely voice she has
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am MHLee:

It says she started recording at 16 and retired at 24 in 34
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, that's right according to my info, but she recorded about 200 songs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am Jan Turkenburg:

so therre should be enough songs for the coming episodes :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am chresti:

Morning Jan and over/unders!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am MHLee:

It's amazing how prolific some of these early singers are.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi chresti!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am theia:

:)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am MHLee:

Now that's a baritone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27am Franco Twinkie:

Hey Jan. Yesterday I cleaned out the last scraps of my shop that I had for 23 years. Forty, counting my residence next door. The junk removers I contracted were called Aloha.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:29am Jan Turkenburg:

haha! Hi Franco!
Avatar 10:33am Ursula1000:

good morning Jan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am Jan Turkenburg:

Goodmorning Ursula!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am MHLee:

Original singer of "Tiptoe Through the Tulips"
  10:37am Eric Kilkenny:

@franco what kind of shop was it?
  10:38am Eric Kilkenny:

my piano teacher used to make me play this Cup of Coffe a sandwich and you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, MHLee, I happen to know that, (also) released on Durium Records if I'm not mistaken.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Eric!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am MHLee:

I wasn't sure if I was remembering correctly at first... I've spent time looking for all the reference recordings tiny tim uses.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, I'm curious as well, Franco, but I assumed you probably told a few times when I wasn't paying attention...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:43am Rich in Washington:

JAN!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am Jan Turkenburg:

RICH!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:49am MHLee:

this is such a hum-able song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:51am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, from the days they still made hummable songs by the dozen, sigh...
  10:52am Eric Kilkenny:

you mean a melody? :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52am MHLee:

They say melody has been on the way out in popular music.
  10:52am Eric Kilkenny:

do people ever hum the harmony outside of a group?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:53am chresti:

Yes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55am MHLee:

Well, I was a bluegrass musician for several years. A lot of people end up humming the tenor harmony because it's integral to the songs but the melody gets covered.
  10:55am Eric Kilkenny:

Melody doesn't need to be as strong in hip hop. It's strength is rhythm and harmony. Melody, Rhythm and Harmony are all equal parts of music to me. Many of these older songs I think put melody in the front because of the recording technology. I.E. Bass and drums etc.. didn't record as well. I think this humable thing is a bias of the technology.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:56am chresti:

It's all about the hook.
  10:57am Eric Kilkenny:

I'd say aside from a general type of music enthusiast. For most listeners out there it's all about the lyrics since the dawn of time.
  10:57am Eric Kilkenny:

it has always seemed to me that people, in general, care more about the lyrics to a song than the music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:59am MHLee:

Rythym is definitely a huge part of it. Billie Eilish's pop is big on rhythm. A lot of the alternative stuff out has movements so the melody isn't consistant.
Avatar 11:01am Ursula1000:

I was just reading an article from the New York Times called "How Pop Music Lost the Melody" and its from...1994! It seems like this trend fluctuates. I agree with Eric on the technology/recording side of things where bass and drums are more in the forefront than before. The thing that drives me crazy is that chord progression that's SO overused like Journey's Don’t Stop Believing. It's evil head always resides in the Top 10 somewhere! Ugh.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am MHLee:

Any idea why I can drag Charles Prince's head around the screen? It's mildly entertaining.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am MHLee:

@Ursula I assume you've heard the axis of awesome's four chords?
Avatar 11:03am Ursula1000:

haha was just reading it now @MHLee
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:05am MHLee:

That's such a good song.
Avatar 11:06am Ursula1000:

Rick Beato has a good YouTube clip on The Four Chords That Killed POP Music.
  11:06am Eric Kilkenny:

Yes, exactly! over the use of the same chord progressions is what sucks the most in music. TOTALLY AGREE 1000% about that.
  11:08am Eric Kilkenny:

Hah yeh I've watched Rick Beatos stuff
Avatar 11:10am Feldpausch:

Hi Jan! Hi everybodyyy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Adam!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am MHLee:

I've got a couple I've been watching recently. Bandsplaining and Trash Theory have hit a particular music niche for me.
  11:10am Eric Kilkenny:

I do think that if you're writing music, starting with a simple hummable melody is the way to go. And then figure out chords that fit it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am MHLee:

You see, I'm a poet. I find I can't dream up new melodies. It's always a song I've heard before. I just need to dig to remember forwhere.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12am Jan Turkenburg:

By now most of the hummable melodies have already been written...
Avatar 11:13am Mr Fab:

How wonderful is it to wake up to Spike Jones, ha, g’morning y’all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14am MHLee:

Sing folk music and add a few new lines. I've done that ala Holy Modal Rounders before.

Good morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14am Jan Turkenburg:

Hey Mr. Fab!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23am Jan Turkenburg:

THE Dutch coffee song of all times!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am Jan Turkenburg:

I don't think there is anyone here who doesn't know the chorus.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26am MHLee:

Why the pseudonym?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:27am Jan Turkenburg:

Don't know. Just found out it was one last night.
  11:28am Eric Kilkenny:

@Jan I like that you're complaining about nobody writing hummable melodies while at the same time saying they have all been written.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28am MHLee:

I know sometimes it was a way to get around record contracts: simply pretend you are not Lucille Bogan!
Avatar 11:29am Mr Fab:

re songwriting: the SOUND is all-important in the recording era. In the old days, everyone used the same instruments more or less, but the 20th made the sound as important as melody, rhythm, etc. Brian Eno used to do needle-drop challenges where he would play a second of classical or jazz and no one could guess the song, but modern pop/rock tracks were instantly recognizable. See, this is what they don't tell you in music school...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:32am Jan Turkenburg:

true
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am Jan Turkenburg:

There are lot of thing they don't teach you in music school...
Avatar 11:33am Mr Fab:

hence, the development of things like ambient music. No tunes or rhythms needed! Just pure texture.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am MHLee:

RE: Brogan... apparently, she ditched her previous name and adopted some new stylistic leanings after moving to new york
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:37am Jan Turkenburg:

ah thanks MHLee!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am MHLee:

Back to New York... apparently as well... her early work was record on Okeh in New York then she recorded in Chicago then around the 1930s she's back in New York
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41am MHLee:

I've heard that one (Kuljen eksyksissä) before actually.
  11:42am Eric Kilkenny:

@Fab exactly!
  11:43am Eric Kilkenny:

you could say our era added a 4th tier to music which is texture/vibe etc... So music is comprised of Melody, Harmony, Rhythm and Texture(vibe?)
Avatar 11:44am Mr Fab:

Yes, i agree, Eric.
Avatar 11:45am Ursula1000:

I can listen to you drone about ambient music for days Mr Fab
Avatar 11:45am Ursula1000:

zing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45am Jan Turkenburg:

Actually classical composers used texture a s well creating new sounds by combining the colours of different instruments. The new thing now is that sometimes we let go of the other parameters.
Avatar 11:46am Mr Fab:

Ursula, ha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am MHLee:

Indeed a big thing about classical instead of baroque is the piano allows for new dynamics. A harpsichord is always the same dyanmic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am Franco Twinkie:

Eric@10:37- It was a cabinet shop. I'm feeling weirdly disoriented right now, but kind of euphoric as well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am chresti:

Thanks Jan!
Avatar 11:57am Ursula1000:

Cheers Jan---fab show---Sounds Spectacular next wfmu.org...
Avatar 11:57am Feldpausch:

Thank you Jan!
Avatar 11:57am Mr Fab:

you're cat is 20?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am Franco Twinkie:

Thank you Jan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, he is the oldest pet I ever had.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am MHLee:

Awesome show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06am WR:

Archive listening. The comments were interesting as well as the music. Thank you Jan for curating the music and hosting the playlist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39am WR:

Nice pairing of Henshaw and Byas.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:48am WR:

update from Wikipedia for future listeners, regarding Annette Hanshaw's career: "For many years it was believed that Hanshaw was born in 1910 and had begun her recording career shortly before her 16th birthday. However, she was born nine years earlier, making her 25 at the time of her first commercial recording in September 1926. Her nephew, Frank W. Hanshaw III, confirmed that 1901 is the year on her birth certificate."
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