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|An Old Fashioned Girl (in a Gingham Gown)||Knickerbocker Quartet||Columbia A3578 Disc 1922|
|Give a Man Horse He can Ride on||Royal Dadmun||Victor 45266 Disc 1922|
|He's Me Pal||Lillian Homesley||Victor 17014 Disc 1911|
|Sweet Henry||Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake||Victor 19253 Disc 1924|
|Mister Gallagher & Mister Shean||Ed Gallagher & Mr. Shean||Victor 18941 Disc 1922|
|Circus Life Gallop||Wiiliam Reitz||Victor 16455 Disc 1909|
|Chong (He Come From Hong Kong)||Columbia Saxaphone Sextette||Columbia A2730 Disc 1919|
|St. Louis Tickle||Ossman-Dudley Trio||Victor 16092 Disc 1911|
|La Donna e Mobile||Alberto Amadi||Victor 63316 Disc|
|Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer||Julian Culp||Victor 64553 Disc|
|Questa e Quella||Amelita Galli-Curci||Victrola 63820 Disc|
|Moonlight Bay||American Quartet||Victor 17034 Disc 1911|
|Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland||Henry Burr||Columbia A905 Disc 1910|
|Red Rose Rag||Dolly Connolly||Columbia A1028 Disc 1911|
|Tickle Toes||Ada Jones & Billy Murray||Columbia A905 Disc 1910|
|Alexander's Ragtime Band||Collins and Harlan||Victor 16908 Disc 1911|
|Wild Cherries Rag||Victor Orchesta||Victor 16472 Disc 1910|
Philip G. Harwood:
I have a large collection of Lucy Isabelle Marsh 78s. I would love to discuss these and play these on the air. I have suggested to the producers at Archeophone to produce a Marsh disc. They are currently asking for historians to write the notes.
Philip G. Harwood
Are the labels swapped over, or did you play the other side of Alberto Amadi's record in error?
This was "Questa e Quella"- (which is also from Verdi's Rigoletto). Even so, it's a nice recording. Thanks for another interesting program of 'Gramophone' records!
Hello from Hove, UK. Yes, it was indeed "Questa e Quella" also done by Caruso on Victor Red Seal. And, Galli-Curci (pronounced CurCHEE) is beyond wonderful. You can find her Red Seal recordings on CD too! Thanks Mac for a great show.
Thank you, Mac, for making this amazing show exist. A message to you anoraks, get a grip and just... enjoy!
I stand corrected. Indeed the labels are reversed. I play the records but sometimes don't listen hard enough! Running hither and thither takes much of my attention.
Hey Mac, the first title on this program is by Eddie Elkins' Orchestra not the Knickerbocker Quartet. It's a instrumental track!
Steven G. Levine:
Tickle Toes was both announced and playlisted as being by Ada Jones and Billy Murray. Murray had no part in this recording. Jones was backed by an unknown male quartet.
I hear Billy in there. Don't you?
Mr. Sheen was Al Sheen, uncle of Groucho Marx. Groucho mentioned him on a spoken-word album he did near the end of his life.
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