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|Sittin' Pretty in a Pretty Little City||Yerkes Jazarimba Band||Yerkes Dance Records Disc 192?|
|William Tell Fantasie||William H. Reitz||Victor 17120 - B Disc 1912|
|Remembrance||Place Mandolin Quartette||Columbia A 1656 Disc 1914|
|Espana Rapsodie||Guy Maier & Lee Pattison||Victor 45305 - B Disc 1922|
|How'd You Like To Be My Daddy?||Marconi Brothers||Columbia A 2565 Disc 1918|
|I Should Worry||?||Rex F 5137 - A Vertical record 192?||Yiddish Vertical cut record|
|I Want A Boy||?||Rex F 5137 - B Vertical record 192?|
|?||?||Victor 42402 - B Disc 191?||Cantonese label|
|Pagliacci - Vesti la guibba||Enrico Caruso||Victor 88061 Disc 190?|
|Forza del Destino - Solenne||Enrico Caruso and Antonio Scotti||Victrola 89001 12" 190?|
|L'Elisir D'amore||Allessandro Bonci||Fonotopia 92100 Disc 191?|
|What Do You Do Sunday Mary?||The Avalonians||Bell P259-A Disc 192?|
|When I Get You Alone Tonight||Walter Van Brunt||Victor 17172 - B Disc 1912|
|Last Night Was The End Of The World||Henry Burr||Cort F477 Disc 192?|
|Little Grey Sweatheart of Mine||Charles Harrison||Vocalion A 14297 Disc 1922|
|What a Blue Eyed Baby You Are||Henry Lindman & His Crystal Palace Orchestra||Gennett 3189 - B Disc 1925|
Yerkes Dance Records was run by Harry A. Yerkes, and he apparently used equipment purchased from John Fletcher's Olympic Record Co. Most Yerkes discs are from about 1924.
Awesome show tonight Mac, enjoyed all the selections. Ed.
Mac, great show, loved the Caruso records. Rob
What Do You Do Sunday Mary? The Avalonians Bell P259-A Disc 192?
Sounds like a very early electric! If so, that would be 1925. Record companies switched over to microphones in 1925 from doing horn acoustic recordings.
Except for one exception was Edison! He was still doing acoustical up til late 1928! Finally switched over to electrical recordings in late 1928 and did some in October 1929 when the company went out of business!
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