Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Options

Playlist for April 17, 2012 Options
New old records I got this past weekend.

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Title Artist Recording Approx. start time
Any Old Place The Gang Goes (I'll Be There)   Options Arthur Fields and Peerless Quartet  Columbia A2514 10" 1918   0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
The Prisoner's Song   Options George Reneau  Vocalion 14999 10" 1925    
If I Can't Get The Sweetie I Want   Options Isabelle Patricola  Vocalion 14676 10" 1923    
The Church In The Wildwood   Options The Chautauqua Preachers' Quartette  Columbia A1586 10" 1914    
Manda - From "The Chocolate Dandies   Options Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra  Columbia 228-D 10" 1924    
The Wreck of The Royal Palm   Options Frank Evans  Oriole 860 (b) 10" 1927    
Down Hearted Blues   Options Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake  Victor 19086-A 10" 1923    
Promise Me Everything Never Give Me Anything Blues   Options Gus Van  Columbia 78-D 10" 1924    
These Feet of Mine   Options George O'Connor  Columbia A1901 10" 1915    
I Got   Options Eddie Hunter  Victor 19154-B 10" 1923    
Golden Showers   Options Frank Ferera  Hoarmony 216-H 10" 1926    
Charming Betsy   Options Fiddlin' John Carson  OKeh 40363 10" 1925    
Out in the New Moon Hay   Options Seven Little Polar Bears  Cameo 1000 10" 1926    

Listener comments!

Avatar 8:03pm MAC:

  8:04pm G:

Right here is any old place! :-)
  8:19pm G:

"Shuh - Taw- Cwah" (it's a lake in far western NYS where there were summer cultural events 100 years ago -- my father's mother grew up there)
  8:28pm Wikipedia:

T[wo trains, t]he Ponce de Leon and Royal Palm collided on December 23, 1926 in Rockmart, Georgia. The northbound Ponce de Leon struck the Royal Palm with the result that 19 people were killed and 113 were injured, most on the Ponce de Leon. The accident was also the subject of a song: "The Wreck of the Royal Palm" by Vernon Dalhart.
Avatar 8:32pm MAC:

Right on!
  8:33pm Phil "Spats" Ligori:

Hey Squeaky...enjoying the show!
Avatar 8:39pm MAC:

Phil Ligori! How's Your brother Al? He is always telling stories!
  8:52pm Ken From Hyde Park:

If Frank Ferera knew then what his song title could mean these days, he may have written things differently.
  8:57pm Wikipedia:

"Peepees From Heaven" wouldn't have been an improvement
  9:52pm Patrick:

I suspect that the Chautauqua Quartette is really the Peerless Quartette working outside their contract. That's Arthur Fields!
  2:40pm Rockin' Ed:

Yup Frank Evans is good ole' Vernon "Stalefahrt"--Whoopee John Wilfahrt's cousin
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