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|Nobody Lied||The California Ramblers||Vocalion B 14384 Disc 1922|
|Gotterdammerung - Siegfried's Journey to the Rhine - Part 1 & 2||Orchestra under the direction of Percy Pitt||Victor 55167-A 12" 191?|
|Could I?||Emilio de Gogorza||Victrola 64794 Disc 1918|
|A Vision of Salome||Bohemian Orchestra||Victor 52023 Disc 190?|
|One Sweetly Solemn Thought||Wilfred Glen||Victor 16009-B Disc 1905|
|Bill Simmons||Arthur Collins||Victor 4724 Disc 1906|
|The Ninety and Nine||Richard J. Jose||Victor 4755 Disc 1906|
|Fantasie Impromptu (Chopin)||Albert Salvi||Victor 55141-A 12" 191?|
|Frogs Legs||Yerkes' Saxophone Sextette||Gennett 9089-B Disc 1920|
|Allegro Vivo||William Place Mandolin Quartette||Columbia A1656 Disc 1914|
|Louisiana Minstrels||Victor Minstrel Company||Victor 35213-A 12" 1911|
|I's Gwine Back to Dixie||Kitty Cheatham||Victor 45094-B Disc 1915?|
|Arkansas Minstrels||Victor Minstrel Company||Victor 35213-B 12" 1915?|
|The Duck's Quack||Frank Westphal and His Orchestra||Columbia A3944 Disc 1923|
Absolutely perfect. I love your all disc shows but I miss "scratchy record"!
Gotterdammerung- This Percy Pitt recording was probably made as part of a series recorded in the UK by 'His Masters Voice' (HMV) in 1908.
I prefer "Frogs Legs" as done by the Columbia Saxophone Sextette-its a much "peppier" version.
Matt from UK:
wow! that record 'A Vision of Salome' I have that record, bbut in the UK it was isued on Gramophone concert record' exactly the same recording, bohemian orchestra. mine is a one sided disc, I think it takes from aprox 1909
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