Favoriting Old Codger with Courtney T. Edison: Playlist from February 19, 2008 Favoriting

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

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Favoriting February 19, 2008: At his age, it's hard to get parts

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Blind Willie Johnson  Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There   Favoriting
Dolly Kay  I Loved You Once   Favoriting
Joe Daniels and His Hotshots  Drum Boogie   Favoriting
Albert Ammons  Sweet Patootie Blues   Favoriting
Kay Starr  She's Funny That Way   Favoriting
Andre Musette Orchestra  Pretzel Bender Polka   Favoriting
Beatrice Lillie  He Was a Gentleman   Favoriting
Ambrose and His Orchestra  Deep Henderson   Favoriting
Vivian Holt & Lillian Rosedale  When the Shadows Softly Come and Go   Favoriting
Coot Grant and Kid Wilson  Our Family Doctor   Favoriting
Midge Williams and Her Jazz Jesters  Rosie the Redskin   Favoriting
Hal Kemp and His Orchestra  Workout   Favoriting
The Brox Sisters  Cover Me Up With the Sunshine of Virginia   Favoriting
Furman & Nash  Ma (He's Makin' Eyes at Me)   Favoriting
M.J. O'Connell  How Could Washington Be a Married Man?   Favoriting
The Duncan Sisters  Dawning   Favoriting

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Listener comments!

Jilted John:

You get 'em at Burke & Hare's -the parts, I mean. Nearly new.
Roy S:

Yes! one carefull owner, maybe
Rob Keim:

I just discovered your show and I can't get enough of it! I've subscribed to the podcast and listen every night while washing the dishes. I've loved 78's since I was a kid and listened to them on my great-grandma's victrola. Now I am a teacher and I like to incorporate music in with my lessons, especially about the 1920's through the Great Depression. I was wondering, do you have "Prosperity is Just Around Which Corner?" By Carson Robison (I think)? If so, could you play it? My students would benefit, and I'd be very happy to hear that song that I haven't heard in many years.
Thank you very much!
-Rob Keim
Red Creek, NY
James C. Orvis:


Other Internet radio programs with 1920's and 1930's music that you should check out are "Radiola", "The Big Broadcast", and "Rapidly Rotating Records".
Oliver Mueller-Heubach:

Mr, Edison, Codger, sir, you do a valuable service-thank you. It is great to hear the 78s that I never find in my hunts of auctions, second-hand stores, and antique shops. Thanks for having cylinders and Diamond Discs on as well. Always interested in hearing more novelty songs, maybe some more home records, as well? Would it be ok to paint a quote or two, cited of course, on the rear of my VW van? I too support making surface noise the national anthem and would like to invite others' inner children to a K.O. match. The van, by the way, has the works of a 78rpm portable built into one of the cabinets for camping and checking out yard sale finds. I have a new-fangled USB gramophone, but it is hard to resist acoustic reproduction.
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