Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Options

Playlist for November 23, 2010 Options

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100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.

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Title Artist Recording Comments
I'm Going to Plant Myself in My Old Plantation Home   Options Zez Confrey and His Orchestra  Victor 18981-A Disc 1922    
I Can Dance With Everybody but My Wife   Options Joseph Cawthorn  Victor 55074-A 12" 1916    
Who Is the One That You're Fooling Now?   Options Adler, Weil and Herman and The California Sun-Kist Syncopators  Cameo 715 10" 1925    
There's a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway   Options Edna Brown  Victor 17943-B Disc 1916    
Railroad Rag   Options Arthur Collins  Columbia A1059 Disc 1911    
Cracovienne Fantastique   Options Ignace Jan Paderewski  Victrola 74535 12" 1917    
Scherzo Capriccio   Options John Lemmone  Victor 55110-B Disc 1919    
Sailor's Hornpipe Medley   Options Charles D'Almaine  Edison BA 1964 4-minute cylinder 1914    
Sugar in the Gourd   Options Fiddlin' Powers and Family  Victor 19449-B Disc 1924    
Thompson's Old Grey Mule   Options The Pickard Family  Challenge 990-B Disc 1929    
When The Work's All Done This Fall   Options Ernest Stoneman  Edison BA 5188 4-minute cylinder 1926    
Gentle Annie   Options Carroll Clark  Columbia A1109 Disc 1912    
Rackety Coo   Options Grace Nash and Sam Ash  Columbia A1952 10" 1916    
Mandy Lee   Options Minstrels  Columbia 800 Disc 1902   featuring George Gaskin 
Dardanella   Options Selvin's Novelty Orchestra  Victor 18633-A Disc 1919    

Listener comments!

  8:09pm Chio:

  8:15pm Dave in Staten Island:

Is the Sam Ash who performs Rackety Coo the founder of the music store?
  8:42pm frenchee:

Love the Jew's harp, MAC, it's all good, from "I Can't Dance w/my Wife" to Put on your slippers...
  8:42pm marq:

I missed Mac's rant. I was listening to the music and talking with my daughter about stuff and getting her to bed then I realized Mac seemed to be ranting about something but then it was time to turn down the radio to get her to bed. I'll need to check the archives.
  8:46pm Steve:

Is the Cameo record label the same one that continued into the 60s with blues, rock and country stuff? -s
  6:59am MAC:

Dunno if THAT Cameo is the same. Kinda Doubt it.
  3:57pm Sammy Ash:

Though they were contemporaries and musicians, there is no relation to Sam Ash the recording artist and Sam Ash (my Grandfather) the band leader. I do not think they ever met each other. The Sam Ash who founded our Company (Sam Ash Music Corp) was from Brooklyn, I am not sure where the other Sam Ash was from. People keep sending us records thinking it is "our" Sam Ash
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