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|The Snakey Blues||Handy’s Orchestra of Memphis||Columbia Disc 1917|
|That DA DA Strain||Irene Gibbons and her Jazz Band||Columbia Disc 1923|
|Jazz Crazy||Effie Tyus & Charles Tyus w/ Clarence Williams||Okeh Disc 1924|
|Jublilee Blues||Belle Baker w/ The Virginians||Victor Disc 1923|
|Yip! I Adee! I Aye||Blanche Ring||Victor Disc 1909|
|Stop Your Ticking Jock||Harry Lauder||Victor Disc 1910|
|The Preacher And The Bear||Arthur Collins||Victor Disc 1905|
|Oceana Roll||Eddie Morton||Victor Disc 1911|
|Two Rubes at The Vaudeville||Harlan & Stanley||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1904|
|Bullfrog and the Coon||Ada Jones||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1906|
|Who? Me?||Billy Murray||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1907|
|On Board The Oregon||Invincible Quartet||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1902|
|Any Room in Heaven for a Little Girl Like Me?||Harry Anthony||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1906|
|Panama Pacific Drag||Joseph Moskowitz||Victor Disc 1916|
|A Nightmare in the Desert||Mark Sheridan||Victor Disc 1912|
|The Gallows Tree||Bently Ball||Columbia Disc 1920|
|Baltimore Buzz||Eubie Blake and His Shuffle Along Orchestra||Victor Disc 1921|
Should Mark Seridan (Nightmare in The Desert) be
Great site, however it would be nice if in addition to listening to the whole show individual tunes could be accessed too.
Lisa in Toronto:
I am guessing that the delicate cylinders/78s and the machines don't really like cold weather, so they may need to stay inside more these freezing weeks. Maybe high heat and humidity are equally dangerous however? Idle speculation as I enjoy another program - thanks!
More Cornet Solos would be great.
Neat record about the ship "Oregon," with simulated gunfire--in 1902! astonishing. in a similar vein, there exists, in this big world, a single-sided 78 from 1906, called "The Destruction of San Francisco," made to give the rest of America a glimpse of the tragedy, decades before radio, much less TV. it included, somehow, a sound effect of an earthquake, and sounds of buildings being demolished. heard it in the 1970's, couldn't believe it. still can't.
James from MN:
I love it. Thank you for playing those old good records. I especially like the preacher and the bear and ticklish reuben( sentimental value) I would like to pass these songs on to my kids by singing bedtime songs.
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