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|Christmas Bells||Bells of Old Trinity New York||Edison Edison Diamond Disc 1921|
|WWI_Christmas_Voices_Salisbury||Home recording||home recording 2-minute cylinder 1917|
|Christmas Time in Merry England||Band||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1906|
|Christmas Day in the Workhouse||Robert Hilliard||Victor Disc 1912|
|My Christmas Wish||Mitzi||Gennett Disc 1923|
|Jack's Return On Christmas Eve||Anonymous||Winner Disc 192?|
|Santa Claus Proves There is a Santa Claus||Ernest Hare||Edison Edison Diamond Disc 1925|
|The Night Before Christmas||Harry E Humphrey||Edison BA 4-minute cylinder 1914|
|Come and Spend Christmas With Me||Byron G. Harlan||Indestructible 2-minute cylinder 1909|
|You Must Think I'm Santa Claus||Tascott||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1905|
|Why Don't Santa Claus Go Next Door?||Byron G Harlan||Indestructible 2-minute cylinder 1909|
|Christmas Symphony||Len Spencer and Children's Orchestra||Edison Edison Diamond Disc 1914|
|Santa Claus, That's Me||Vernon Dalhart||Velvet Tone Disc 192?|
|Christmas Eve at Grandmas||Holy Trinity Male Quartet||Cameo Disc 1923|
|Cantique De Noel||Albert Giuesnal||Edison BA 4-minute cylinder 1914|
|Joy To The World||Edison Concert Band||Edison 2-minute cylinder 1906|
Great Xmas show!
I guess Santa's not hiding in your phongraph this year. That Santa on the Ernest Hare record sounds like an evil Satanist. It would scare the bejeeters out of any kid no matter what the era.LOL of course Ho Ho Ho is no longer politically correct--it is now "Working girl working girl working girl"--LOL
Enjoying your show on podcast on Christmas Eve. All the best to you for the holidays.
Isn't "Gennett" pronounced with a soft g, more like a j? Or have I been saying it wrong?
Dave of San Francisco:
The Bells of Old Trinity sound terrific. It's hard to believe this is an accoustic recording. This demonstrates the excellent fidelity of the Edison system.
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