Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Options

Playlist for January 4, 2011 Options

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100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.

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Title Artist Recording
Venetian Moon   Options All Star Trio  Victor 18651-A Disc 1920  
Budweiser's a Friend of Mine   Options Billy Murray  Victor 5320 Disc 1907  
Under the Anheuser Busch   Options Collins and Harlan  Victor 2668 Disc 1903  
In My Merry Oldsmobile   Options Billy Murray  Victor 4467 Disc 1905  
Farm Relief Song   Options Whitey Johns  Challenge 852-A Disc 1929  
Naomi Wise   Options Vernon Dalhart  Victor 19867-B Disc 1925  
Steamboat Bill   Options George Riley Puckett   Columbia 113-D Disc 1924  
The Fatal Wedding   Options Ernest V. Stoneman  Edison BA 5355 4-minute cylinder 1925  
Ragging the Scale   Options Fred Van Eps  Victor 18085-A Disc 1916  
Tip Top   Options Six Brown Brothers  Victor 18714-A Disc 1920  
Eldorado March   Options William H. Reitz  Vctor 18085-B Disc 1916  
What Do You Mean You Lost Your Dog?   Options Edward Meeker  Edison BA 2137 4-minute cylinder 1914  
They're All Sweeties   Options Van and Schenk  Columbia A2792 Disc 1919  
Keemo Kimo   Options HArry C. Brown  Columbia A2853 Disc 1919  
Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay   Options American Qua  Victor 18353-B Disc 1917  
Corrine Died On The Battlefield   Options Tom Waits  Preservation Hall B Disc 2010  

Listener comments!

  8:08pm Robert:

No matter how extravagant the plug, as long as it's on WFMU, even archived, they're not going to send you so much as a thimbleful.
  8:10pm Jim Vyhnak:

Yay cylinders!
  8:16pm Jim Vyhnak:

Budweiser is bad!
  8:45pm Robert:

It sounds as if "I'm Looking Over My Dead Dog, Rover" quoted passages from this one.
  8:48pm Robert:

Interesting mix.
  8:49pm Dave:

Whoa there... what's with the other tune? Listening on FM.
  8:50pm mr o:

Me too. That seemed kind of rude.
I remember this old tune from grammar school.
  8:51pm Robert:

You probably couldn't re-create that mix if you tried. Reminds me of a friend's accidental movie double exposure that resulted in footage of Niagara Falls flowing over a birthday cake with lit candles. I hope this one's archived as such.
  8:57pm Dave:

Sounds like this is in stereo. Could that be?
  9:01pm Robert:

Dave, it's probably an artefactual channel separation in your receiver.
  9:03pm Robert:

Tom, that was accidental art.
  9:25am MAC:

Tom had a bit of a slippery finger on the cue button. At WFMU, mistakes are ART!
  8:17pm Lauren:

I just wanted to let you know that the Eldorado March was written by Victor Herbert for the Eldorado Amusement Park, in existence for 4 years from 1891-1894 in Weehawken, NJ.
  6:20pm Tom Stein:

I'd like to hear some Ragtime piano tunes on your show, if you have any handy.
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