Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Favoriting

Playlist for December 28, 2010 Favoriting

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100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.

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Title Artist Recording
Wimmin Aaah!   Favoriting Irving Aaronson & His Commanders  Victor 20002-A Disc 1926  
More Candy   Favoriting Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orchestra  Columbia A2403 Disc 1917  
March of The Mannikins   Favoriting The Benson Orchestra of Chicago  Victor 19183-B Disc 1923  
The Whistler and His Dog   Favoriting Arthur Pryor’s Band  Victor 17380-A Disc 1913  
Mother Goose Songs   Favoriting Elizabeth Wheeler  Victor 16863-A Disc 1911  
Father Goose Songs   Favoriting Sallie Osborne  Victor 16839-A Disc 1911  
The Little Red Hen   Favoriting George Faulkner  Victor 17332-B Disc 1913  
Yip! IAdee! I Aye!   Favoriting Blanche Ring  Victor 60017 Disc 1910  
Oh! By Jingo!   Favoriting Margaret Young  Victor 18666-A Disc 1920  
The Bird on Nellie's Hat   Favoriting Helex Trix  Victor 4904 Disc 1906  
Go-Zin-To   Favoriting Frances White  Victor 45149-B Disc 1917  
Stop your Tickling Jock!   Favoriting Harry Lauder  Victor 60002 Disc 1910  
The OKeh Laughing Record   Favoriting Anonymous  OKeh 4678-A Disc 1921  
The Laughing Record   Favoriting Hilarity Makers  Madison 1930 Disc 1922  
The Okeh Crying Record   Favoriting Anonymous  OKeh 40078-A Disc 1922  
Sobbing Record   Favoriting Anonymous  Pathe Actuelle 032036 Disc 1924  
Auld Lang Syne   Favoriting Moore and Davis  Vocalion B 14572 Disc 1923  

Listener comments!

  8:19pm SI Dave:

Thanks for the Arthur Pryor!
  8:19pm Rockin' Ed:

The Whistler and his Dog was used in one of the Our Gang/Little Rascals movies-but I can't remember which one. I do know it was with Buckwheat doing the pantomime
  8:30pm Robert:

Found it quickly, thanks, but by searching the domain wsj.com rather than "Wall Street Journal".
  8:37pm Robert:

Until I saw it in the article, I hadn't realized what Rich Conaty has to go thru now to get the contents of 78s on air. I'd been introduced to him at a party in 1982, but I hadn't been listening when WFUV ditched their last 78 RPM turntable, at which time I assume he'd've told the story.
  8:42pm Patrick:

Go-Zin-To is a great twisty song. It's amazing to hear some of these unexpected lyrics. Unusual as usual, Mac.
  8:43pm Madi H:

A chef will need algebra more than most people on a day-to-day basis. If you need to feed 24 people 1/4 of a chicken each, how many chickens to buy?
  8:43pm Robert:

Funny...just weeks ago I disabused the notion the student I was tutoring in pre-calculus (basically advanced algebra) had that it would ever be useful in her life. She's a professional violinist, but even as a scientist I have no use for the math she's studying.
  8:46pm Patrick:

Harry Lauder needs help
  8:51pm Jason:

This last record, with the laughs, had me laughing along. Which made my family laugh.
  8:52pm Seminal:

lichen it...
  8:56pm Seminal:

turn your head...
  8:56pm Seminal:

thank you
  8:59pm Rockin' Ed:

What about an Okeh barfing record??--which couild be played along to any Taylor Swift or Lady Gaga song.
  9:14am MAC's CO host:

It was awesome to be on the show for the 4th time with MAC again! Thank you to all the people who listened and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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