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|Wang Wang Blues||Van and Schenck||Columbia A3427 Disc 1921|
|Avalon||Charles Harrison||Victor 18707-A Disc 1920|
|Swanee||Peerless Quartet||Victor 18688-B Disc 1920|
|Toot Toot Toosie||Billy Murray & Ed Smalle||Victor 19006-B Disc 1922|
|Cleopatra||Arthur Collins||Emerson 927 Disc 1918|
|Cleopatra Had a Jazz Band||Samuel Ash||Columbia A2472 Disc 1917|
|3000 Years Ago||Harry Blake||Perfect 12079B Disc 1923||Billy Jones|
|The Georgia Grind||Senor Grindorino||Victor 17884-A Disc 1915||barrell organ|
|Nesting Time in Flatbush||Ada Jones and Billy Murray||Victor 18270-B Disc 1917|
|Country Fiddler in New York||Charles Ross Taggart||Victor 17700-A Disc 1914|
|Old Bill Baker||M.J. O'Connell||Victor 18125-B Disc 1916|
|The Whole Dam Family||Billy Murray||Victor 4488 Disc 1905|
|Some Girls Do and Some Girls Don't||Oscar Shaw||Columbia A2043 Disc 1916|
|She Walks in Her Husband's Sleep||Van and Schenck||Columbia A3408 Disc 1921|
|Saxophone Blues||Al Bernard||Brunswick 2040-A Disc 1920||Saxophone by Rudy Wiedoeft|
Oh god what a great show!
The first Cleopatra seems like it's much more recent than it is. If I didn't trust you, I'd think it was an "antiqued" recording made in the past 50-60 years.
enjoyed the old sounds tonight, thanks.
Fantastic show! A number of these records were old favorites to me, but "Old Bill Baker" is a highlight- one of the strangest things I've ever heard!
"Grinderino" is a pseudo for Eddie King, a Victor executive and pianist for the company.
Another great show Mac, keep them comming!
"Saxophone Blues" is actually sung by Ernest Hare. Al Bernard co-wrote the song with Wiedoeft.
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