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|Children’s Symphony||Prince’s Orchestra||Columbia A2996 Disc 1913|
|Oh, Joe – Please Don’t Go||Al Bernard & Frank Kamplain||Edison BA 4050 4-minute cylinder 1920|
|The Bully||May Irwin||Victor 31642 Disc 1907|
|Oh! By Jingo||Margaret Young||Victor 18666 Disc 1920|
|A Vaudeville Rehearsal||Fred Duprez||Columbia A633 Disc 1909|
|Heine||Collins & Harlan||Columbia 1901 Disc 1904|
|Casey at the Bat||DeWolf Hopper||Victor 31559 Disc 1906|
|The Okeh Laughing Record||Anonymous||Originally on the German Beka label, released in America on Okeh 4678 Disc 1920||This is what the Beka ledgers have to say: > Lucie Bernardo, voc [sic], Otto Rathke, ct > 30590 (Be 5306) 06.08.20 Die verungl|ckte Jugendzeit (Lachplatte) B 3727 > > On the same day, Ms. Bernardo also recorded six comic songs on mxs. 30584 to 30589, and anyway her voice is unmistakeably the female laughing heard. As there is no other performer listed, I assume Rathke does the male laughs as well as the cornet phrases. Or is the male voice heard simultaneously with the cornet at any point? If so, the laugher is presumably another member of the studio orchestra that accompanied Bernardo in her songs.....|
|And Then I Laughed||Cal Stewart||Victor 5101 Disc 1907|
|Laugh with Me||Weston and Young||Columbia A3338 Disc 1920|
|Ther Star Spangled Banner||Thomas Chalmers & Chorus||Edison BA 2652 4-minute cylinder 192?|
|It’s a Small World||Joseph Cawthorn||Victor 5507 Disc 1908|
|Children’s Toy March||Prince’s Orchestra||Columbia A2996 Disc 1920|
Great show, Eli! I really enjoyed it. Your excitement reminds me a lot of myself when I was at your age. Best, Norman
Hey Mac, love your program. I'm listening from the UK. I've got the The laughing record on Parlophone. Its amazing how it has become on different labels like The Okeh. Im 19, and collect cylinders and 78s, Look foward for listening to your next program :)
again, a great show as always! and it's nice to see the younger kids enjoying it too!
rolf den otter:
The little guy reminds me of how I was at the age of 10... (see also:)
Kurtz von Kanbeera:
Finding this site I consider the ant and have no need for digging for the gold is within my sight !
Darn! My claim to being the youngest person to be a guest on the show has been beaten!
Good show, though. :)
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