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The Commanders  Lulu's Back In Town   Options 1954  vocal - Don Cherry 
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Billy Jones & Ernest Hare  Let's Dress For Dinner Tonight   Options 1934   
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Arthur Collins  Chicken Reel   Options 1911   
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Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan  Auntie Skinner's Chicken Dinner   Options 1915   
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Tilly Van Vliet  Haka-Lied (part 1)   Options 1935   
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Bergeret  La tyrolienne du boulevardier   Options 1921   
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Alf S√łgaards Orkester  Tiger rag   Options 1941  Norway 
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Nervous Nervus  Transfusion   Options 1956   
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Lew Stone  Dinner And Dance   Options 1938   
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Turner Layton  Dinner For One Please, James   Options 1935   
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Bunny Berigan  Chicken And Waffles   Options 1935   
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Bert Williams  I'm Tired Of Eating In Restaurants   Options 1906   
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Bert Williams  Elder Eatmore's Sermon On Generosity   Options 1919   
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Les Paul  Chicken Reel   Options 1952   
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Russ Columbo  Medley   Options 1933-34  Rolling in Love
I've had Moments
(I'm not lazy) I'm dreaming
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Eve Boswell  Pickin' A Chicken   Options 1955   
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The Dezurik (cackle) Sisters  Shanghai Rooster   Options 1937s   
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Nat Shilkret  There's A Trick In Pickin' A Chick Chick Chicken   Options 1927   
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Nora Bayes  You've Made A Chicken Of Your Mother   Options 1921   
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Billy Golden  Turkey In De Straw   Options 1897   
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Rosemary Clooney & Norman Luboff  Shoo Turkey Shoo   Options 1955   
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Edward Meeker  Chicken Reel   Options 1911   
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Will F Denny  Turkey And The Turk   Options 1901   
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Spike Jones & His City Slickers  Lassie as Guest   Options 1949  1949-05-28 
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Peerless Quartet  Everybody Loves A Chicken   Options 1913   
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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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Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi everyone, we're off!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:00am MHLee:

Hi Jan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi MHLee! Happy Thanksgiving :-)
Avatar 👻 10:02am WR:

Hi MHLee and Jan. No work today except trouble shooting my NAS which died two weeks ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi WR! Happy holiday :-)
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:03am MHLee:

I should write today... but won't
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:04am MHLee:

Soon I'll need a new old cartoon icon... a christmas one
Avatar 👻 10:04am WR:

I think that Don Cherry later became a C&W leaning pop singer. Another more well know singer who started in swing and went C&W is . . . OMG, getting senile.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:06am MHLee:

Country and Western?
  👻 10:08am Listener Robert:

Is the tennis racket the preferred tool for putting discs on the spindle?
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:08am chresti:

Morning Jan and over/unders!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09am Jan Turkenburg:

It's been bugging me for a few days, Robert
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:09am MHLee:

Interestingly... turkey in the straw is am adaption of a minstrel tune "old zip coon" .... learned that it a story called melodies of the heart... very good short story... about dementia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi chresti!
Avatar 👻 10:10am WR:

Yes, C&W, country and western, and the other singer I was thinking of is Marty Robbins, who didn't ever record swing, but I read that is what he was mostly singing in the 40s, which was the pop music of the time.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:12am MHLee:

Marty Robbins earliest recordings as far as i known are him doing rock n roll... a rockabilly cover of Long Tall Sally I have as a file on some comp
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:12am MHLee:

Of course, I'm quite happy he went into Western... gunfighter ballads is a great recording
Avatar 👻 10:14am WR:

Hi Chresti. Foraging last night was successful, went to a funky Chinese-Peruvian take-out to buy Peruvian style roast chicken for today, beef ribs for tomorrow and Peru-Chinese roast pork & mixed vegetables for last night.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:15am MHLee:

Chinese Peruvian? I knew Cuban Chinese used to be a think because a sizeable number of Chinese went to Cuba after the Chinese Exclusion acts... but is Chinese Peruvian a cultural phenom as well?
Avatar 👻 10:16am WR:

MHLee, You are absolutely correct, regarding Robbins' recordings. His swing singing was what he was doing earlier. Some bio I read. Checked Wikipedia and surprised how minimal his entry is.
  👻 10:17am Listener Robert:

The ad says you cn take it to the mountains, the fields, and the sea, so maybe you can take it to the tennis court too -- but who sets out a table with cloth and a vase of flowers at a tennis court?
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:19am MHLee:

@WR It makes sense that he could go from Western to RnR... Bob Willis and Hank Williams definately got pretty close to RnR at time... "Movin' All Over" is practically there
Avatar 👻 10:19am WR:

Quick web search for Chinese Peruvian and you will see lots. I opted not to get the our veggie pork stir fry with fried potatos, but will try next. external-content.duckduckgo.com...
Avatar 👻 10:20am WR:

Wasn't paying enough attention to Haka-Lied. What does Haka mean in this context?
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:21am MHLee:

"it was estimated that 15% (or 4.2 million) of the 29 million Peruvians in 2009 had Chinese roots and ancestry".... sounds like a similar situation to chinese-cuban
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am Jan Turkenburg:

Haka was a brand of household products. "Haka wil get us housewives through the crisis"
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:23am MHLee:

Very interesting tiger rag there... odd instruments
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:23am MHLee:

I'm having a blast in the chatroom today
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:25am chresti:

Wow Nervous Nervos
Avatar 👻 10:27am WR:

Speaking of rock & roll leaning C&W artist. Nervous Norvus That song blew my mind when I encountered it in the 60s. There were some other novelty songs, like Purple People Eater, but Norvus' songs were really wild.
Avatar 10:28am Ursula1000:

good morning Jan and everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Ursula1000!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:29am MHLee:

I had never heard him. The was quite good.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:29am MHLee:

Hi Ursula1000
Avatar 10:30am Ursula1000:

Hi MHLee!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:34am MHLee:

Already have this one favorited! And now a confession, I've never tried the combo.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:36am Jan Turkenburg:

I never came up with the idea to try either, MHLee
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:37am MHLee:

It's a big Southern/Black thing... I think IHOP offers it... lays had it a chip flavor for a bit....
Avatar 👻 10:37am WR:

Our dinner tonight is going to be the Peruvian roast chicken with buckwheat broccoli waffles with chopped apples & syrup and salad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am Jan Turkenburg:

Sounds good, WR
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:38am MHLee:

My mother was given a 20 pound turkey... there are four of us
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38am Jan Turkenburg:

:-)
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:38am MHLee:

Bert Williams deserves to be better remembered
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39am Jan Turkenburg:

I must admit I didn't have the time to investigate BW, MHLee
Avatar 👻 10:40am WR:

Plenty turkey for the meals after the big meal.

Agreed about Bert Williams. Key early African American performer. There are writings but he hasn't captured wider awareness.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:40am MHLee:

Reading about chicken and waffles now... interestingly the Pennsylvania Germans seemed to have there own form but I've never heard of it en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar 👻 10:43am WR:

That is interesting, how the dish originated from Germans in Pennsylvania.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:43am MHLee:

Basically as WR says about Bert Williams... His signature tune was Nobody which is about the African American experience... though no explicitly... it's a beautiful tune
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:46am MHLee:

paheritage.wpengine.com...

1909 ad for making chicken and waffles
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am Rich in Washington:

Hi Jan!
Hi everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am Jan Turkenburg:

Rich!
Avatar 👻 10:48am WR:

Bert Williams early on would often perform in "black face", one of the last but most well know African American performers who did minstrel for the white folks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:48am Jan Turkenburg:

great find, MHLee!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:48am MHLee:

I think I linked the wrong ad
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:49am Jan Turkenburg:

ah, still.. I like those vintage adds and it was about Waflle irons
Avatar 👻 10:50am WR:

And about waffle irons in Pennsylvania.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:52am MHLee:

paheritage.wpengine.com...
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:52am chresti:

Did he say Hollywood Park? I worked there as a pari-mutuel clerk.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:53am MHLee:

I do enjoy vintage ads... also like this article for showing a traditional PA Dutch version...
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:55am MHLee:

Anyone have Tiny Tim's "Prisoner of Love" album? Truly the climax of a career... he recreates Russ's recordings to a T
Avatar 👻 10:56am WR:

From the Pennsylvania Heritage link you shared:
The waffle as we know it in the United States evolved as a festive food in northwest Germany and Holland...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:58am Franco Twinkie:

Waffles!? No time for waffles today.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:59am MHLee:

Hi Franco!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 10:59am David (in London):

Bit late in today, darned meetings.
Afternoon Jan and assembled vintage groovers.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:00am chresti:

Turkey shaped waffle with mashed potatoes on top.
Avatar 👻 11:00am WR:

No, haven't heard that last album. Have his first two. I have had many people tell me they think Columbo was better than Crosby. Not for my ears. But better is not proper way to compare music.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:00am MHLee:

This was a fantastic find, Jan. Love the old radio broadcasts.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00am Jan Turkenburg:

Good afternoon David!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:01am chresti:

Hi David (in London).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am Franco Twinkie:

MH, hey!
Avatar 👻 11:03am WR:

Hello Franco! Always aware that the 3 hours in time differences between us is most apparent in the morning. I'm already on my 3rd cup of tea today.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:03am David (in London):

Chresti(kins), Franco, WR, MHL, Ursula, Rich. Salutations all.
Avatar 👻 11:03am WR:

Hello David iL!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:04am Jan Turkenburg:

Hey Franco!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:04am MHLee:

@WR I think I agree with you. Both of them do Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) but Bing delivers it better.... However Russ WROTE some fantastic songs
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:05am MHLee:

hi DiL, Rich (I think missed greeting you)
Avatar 👻 11:06am WR:

And if Listener Robert is still around, good day to you too.
Avatar 👻 11:09am WR:

Not sure how Nervous Norvus fit into your theme for today Jan but he had a song called "Does A Chinese Chicken Have A Pigtail". But maybe too cringe worthy. I don't recall having heard that one. Will look to see if it was included on the Norton Records compilation I got last year.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:10am MHLee:

@WR Anyway if you get a chance that Tiny Tim album really is something... the used antiquated equipment and had song listen to and transcribe the records exactly as recorded in the 1930s... the effort put into it is incredible
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:11am MHLee:

wow that was a word salad but i think you get the drift
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am Franco Twinkie:

WR, Pop the fluid in me Louie! Transfusion by Nervous Norvis was a staple on the original Doctor Demento Show which emanated just a few miles from here on KPPC in Pasadena. Needless to say, all us kiddies who were up to their eyeballs in screeching guitars and drum solos had their wigs adjusted.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am Jan Turkenburg:

Most NN's recordings are under 64, but I always like to throw in some non theme-related stuff. However one could say that with all the traveliing on TGD this one could be appropriate ...
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:16am MHLee:

Surprised the dezuriks never played the wheeling jamboree
Avatar 👻 11:17am WR:

Thanks MHLee, adding that Tiny Tim record to my search list.

Yes, Franco, Transfusion and The Fang were great discoveries.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:17am MHLee:

en.wikipedia.org... my home town's contribution to music
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:17am David (in London):

Ice cream anyone?
Avatar 11:19am Ursula1000:

Hazelnut gelato?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am Franco Twinkie:

Was the xylophone invented for the expressed purpose of making barnyard sound effects?
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:28am MHLee:

I need stock up on spike jones records
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:30am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, how's the progress on your breakfast-show, MHLee?
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:30am MHLee:

I love the plectrum and the banjouke... such forgotten instruments... i have a banjouke myself... need to take lessons
Avatar 👻 11:31am WR:

Several Spike Jones compilations but haven't seen a big box career summation sort of thing. Hadn't thought of looking for radio broadcasts they did.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:32am MHLee:

TBH Jan it may be easier to play actual old records, so much of it isn't digitalized. The idea is there but I need to find a way to make sure I have enough to get more than a special out of it without only playing spike
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:33am MHLee:

Thinking of getting the new bluetooth Victrola and using that to digitalize obscure 45s
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am Franco Twinkie:

MH, if I had given it any forethought I would have dug out all the food related records to play while I cook the turkey a little later, including Dinner Music For People Who Aren't Very Hungry by Spike Jones.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:36am MHLee:

There also a reoccuring issue I'm finding where CDs were released in the early 2000s but that was before mp3 became widespread... the cds are now very hard to get and a mp3 release isn't likely since
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:37am MHLee:

the target demographic in their 90s now
Avatar 👻 11:39am WR:

In 1949 already common knowledge that cigarette habit harms throat and lungs.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:40am MHLee:

My friends mother told me that her father and his war buddies always called them cancer sticks in WWII era
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:43am chresti:

MHLee, or cancer sticks.
  👻 11:44am Listener Robert:

That's true, WR. From the current perspective a lot of people think the dangers of smoking were unknown before the 1964 Surgeon General's report, but really this was widely known for many years previously. Doctors noticed it first, but it was common knowledge by the 1940s.

Notice that they were already concerned with nicotine content. That turned out to be an incorrect inference; it turns out to be much simpler: the smoke, regardless of source, nothing too special about tobacco or nicotine.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:44am chresti:

Ah, you said it already..
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:47am chresti:

Yeah, low nicotine cigarettes had other additives, that were unhealthy as well
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:48am MHLee:

Lassie seems nice
  👻 11:49am Listener Robert:

Low nicotine meant you had to smoke more for the same feeling. What they needed to develop was a HIGH nicotine smoke. But now we have that in the form of vaping devices, which produce no smoke at all.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:51am MHLee:

The moisture from them isn't very good though I think... that would be my guess for the lung issues
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:52am David (in London):

I love these Lassie gags.
  👻 11:52am Listener Robert:

No, if anything moisture is GOOD for the respiratory passages.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:54am David (in London):

Thanks Jan.
Avatar 👻 11:54am WR:

I kept waiting for them to joke about "pause that refreshes" and lassie "paws". Guess was considered best not to mess with the sponsor.
Avatar 👻 11:54am WR:

Thank you Jan! Onward!
Avatar 11:55am Ursula1000:

Cheers Jan! Sounds Spectacular next wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Franco Twinkie:

By!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 11:56am chresti:

Thanks Jan!
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