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|Ephraham Jones Medley||Conway's Band||Victor 17155 Disc 1912|
|The Swiss Shepherd||Mose Tapiero||Victor 16434-B Disc 1909|
|Romance from “L’Eclair”||Kitty Burger||Edison BA 2433 4-minute cylinder 1914|
|Panama Pacific Drag||Joseph Moskowitz||Victor 17978 Disc 1916|
|Smiles and Chuckles||Six Brown Brothers||Victor 18385-A Disc 1917|
|Homesick||Nora Bayes||Columbia A3711 Disc 1922|
|I'm Nobody's Baby||Marion Harris||Columbia A3433 Disc 1921|
|Li'l Liza Jane||Harry C. Browne||Columbia A2622 Disc 1918|
|Jere Sanfords Whistling and Yodling Specialty||Jere Sanford||Edison BA 1988 4-minute cylinder 1913|
|Bird Callls - A Day with the Birds||Edward Avis||Columbia A3118 Disc 1920|
|Whistling Pete||Golden and Hughes||Edison BA 2382 4-minute cylinder 1914|
|I'll Stand Beneath Your Window To-night and Whistle||Aileen Stanly and Billy Murray||Victor 18943-B Disc 1922|
|When The Lusitania Went Down||Herbert Stuart||Columbia A1772 Disc 1915|
|Everybody's Doing it Now||Collins and Harlan||Victor 17020-A Disc 1911|
|Dardanella||Selvin's Novelty Orchestra||Victor 18633-A Disc 1919|
This is a delightful show! I live in western Canada now, and I am so pleased that I can still listen to WFMU.
After a few years I still enjoy listening to this program. Right now I'm in the middle of reading Some Hustling, this! by Mark Miller, which is a great work on the expansion of jazz outside of the US between 1914 and 1929. I already recommend it.
Mac: A bit late but through the facility of listen again I was able to enjoy the all-cylinder-prog of Sep9. Great stuff and your idea to give them a place in history is absolutely correct. Maybe you find the time to do so again? - Cheers from Germany. Bernhard
Ian in Hong Kong:
1909 Ocarina...wow! Got me thinking... anyone still alive who made an acoustic recording? Mmmm...I wonder... And also I wonder if there are any recordings of artistes describing the recording process?
So Mac, once we've stood around your fire in Central Park and listened to the wonders of electricless music, how's about taking my Hawaii-based VV-50 portable down to the beach? I hesitate to say roll on the depression, but...roll on!
Great show!!!! Keep up the great work!!!
btw..that math question was hard!!!
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