Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Options

Playlist for September 21, 2010 Options
with guest collector Richard Platt

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100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.

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Title Artist Recording Comments
Wang Wang Blues   Options Van and Schenck  Columbia A3427 Disc 1921    
Avalon   Options Charles Harrison  Victor 18707-A Disc 1920    
Swanee   Options Peerless Quartet  Victor 18688-B Disc 1920    
Toot Toot Toosie   Options Billy Murray & Ed Smalle  Victor 19006-B Disc 1922    
Cleopatra   Options Arthur Collins  Emerson 927 Disc 1918    
Cleopatra Had a Jazz Band   Options Samuel Ash  Columbia A2472 Disc 1917    
3000 Years Ago   Options Harry Blake  Perfect 12079B Disc 1923   Billy Jones 
The Georgia Grind   Options Senor Grindorino  Victor 17884-A Disc 1915   barrell organ 
Nesting Time in Flatbush   Options Ada Jones and Billy Murray  Victor 18270-B Disc 1917    
Country Fiddler in New York   Options Charles Ross Taggart  Victor 17700-A Disc 1914    
Old Bill Baker   Options M.J. O'Connell  Victor 18125-B Disc 1916    
The Whole Dam Family   Options Billy Murray  Victor 4488 Disc 1905    
Some Girls Do and Some Girls Don't   Options Oscar Shaw  Columbia A2043 Disc 1916    
She Walks in Her Husband's Sleep   Options Van and Schenck  Columbia A3408 Disc 1921    
Saxophone Blues   Options Al Bernard   Brunswick 2040-A Disc 1920   Saxophone by Rudy Wiedoeft 

Listener comments!

  8:07pm Toby Dammit:

Oh god what a great show!
  8:23pm Robert:

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.
  9:04pm Marmalade Kitty:

enjoyed the old sounds tonight, thanks.
  8:44pm Andrew Gilmore:

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!
  6:22pm anan:

"Grinderino" is a pseudo for Eddie King, a Victor executive and pianist for the company.
  12:07am Rob R:

Another great show Mac, keep them comming!
  2:07am 赵琦:

  1:04pm Anon:

"Saxophone Blues" is actually sung by Ernest Hare. Al Bernard co-wrote the song with Wiedoeft.
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