Options Old Codger with Courtney T. Edison: Playlist from June 24, 2007 Options

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

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Options June 24, 2007: Refusing to budge from his perch atop Mt. Cranky

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Artist Track
Helen Kane  He's So Unusual   Options
Butterbeans and Susie  Hydrant Love (Turn It On, Shut It Off)   Options
Blind Blake  No Dough Blues   Options
Blind Blake  Rumblin' And Ramblin' Boa Constrictor Blues   Options
Mississippi Jook Band  Hittin' the Bottle Stomp   Options
Slim Gaillard  Potato Chips   Options
Louise Johnson  Off the Wall   Options
Bix Beiderbecke and Frankie Trumbauer (vocal: Irving Kaufmann)  I'm Wonderin' Who   Options
Julia Lee and Her Boyfriends  Do You Want It?   Options
Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots  Down Beat   Options
The Brox Sisters  Kentucky's Way of Saying Good Morning   Options
Alan Holmes and the New Tones  Supercalafajalistickespeealadojus   Options
The Happiness Boys  She'll Never Find a Fellow Like Me   Options
Ambrose and His Orchestra  Message from Mars   Options
Sophie Tucker  Stay at Home Papa   Options
Sophie Tucker  I Ain't Taking Orders from No One   Options
Duke Ellington Orchestra  The Mooch   Options
Charlie Parker  Bongo Bop   Options
Dizzy Gillespie  Oop-Pop-A-Da   Options
Fats Noel  Duck Soup   Options
Felix and His Krazy Cats with the Duke of Iron  True Confession   Options
Zeke Manners and His Swing Billies  Mr. Ghost Goes to Town   Options
Dorothy Shay  Finishing School Was the Finish of Me   Options
Claude Thornhill Orchestra  Arab Dance   Options
Louisiana Sugar Babes (with Fats Waller)  Willow Tree   Options
Ramon Novarro  Long Ago in Alcala   Options
Bing Crosby  Swingin' on a Star   Options
The Brox Sisters  Bring on the Pepper   Options
Julia Gerity  Sittin' on a Rubbish Can   Options
The Sultans  Lemon Squeezing Daddy   Options
Eddie Davis with the Bill Doggett Trio  Mountain Oysters   Options
Slim & Slam  B-19   Options
Walter Cole  Mama Keep Your Yes Ma'am Clean   Options
May Irwin  May Irwin's Frog Song   Options
Joseph Cawthorn  You Can't Play Every Instrument in the Band   Options
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra  The Vamp   Options
Connorized Jazzers  Virginia Blues   Options
Marion Byron and Edward Martindell  I'm Just the Type -- A Tiger!   Options
Rummy Delbarton  Hollywood Koan   Options
Duke of Iron  Coldest Woman   Options
Leon Redbone Sr.  Diddy Wah Diddy   Options
Sophie Tucker  Vitamins, Hormones and Pills   Options
Cactus Pryor  Excuses   Options
Bix Beiderbecke and Frankie Trumbauer  At The Jazz Band Ball   Options
Duke Ellington Orchestra  Pyramid   Options
The Bell-Lyttelton Jazz Ten  Midnight Creep   Options
Bert Williams  Eve Cost Adam Just One Bone   Options
The Stone Mountain Quartet  Satan Don't You Hinder Me   Options

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/3/07 5:56pm Waldo:

He's got *shoes* older than you!
  Fri. 7/13/07 8:40am Ramon Newton:

You are the best, Old Codger! We need you every week - neigh, every day! When cds have been beaten into coasters you will still be swirling these frantic platters! Spin on!
  Fri. 7/13/07 8:43am Mary Whitehouse:

I am disgusted by some of the lyrics of these songs. What is Hydrant Love? I can enjoy a Bongo Bop will the best of them but a Midnight Creep is too far for me. Some self-censorship is in order, Mr Codger.
  Tue. 7/17/07 3:43pm Steven G. Levine:

C. T. Edison --- The Legend Lives On (despite numerous roach traps and cans of Raid sprayed his way). Yes, Virginia, there is a codger.

(The man has hemorrhoids older than me!)
  Sun. 7/22/07 1:05pm Sean A. Garrison:

His phone number is "6".
  Sun. 7/22/07 3:42pm Victor O. K. Brunswick:

Regarding the songs cited in the request for self-censorship, be aware that the recording of "Hydrant Love" was made in 1925. California Playboys performed "Midnight Creep" in 1949, although Bell-Lyttelton probably did this one in the '50's.

Censoring the archives of musical history would be as repulsive as circumcizing the Codger.
  Mon. 7/23/07 3:46pm Percival P. Poopdeck:

Ye Olde Codger:
In the words of Hell 'n' Cain, "He's so unusual."
  Thu. 3/6/08 5:32pm Delliana:

Thank You for your show, Lovin' it!
  Sun. 6/6/10 4:52am chuck in ct:

love the old codger the miserable prick
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