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|My Old Love||Max Dolin's Orchestra||Victor 19076-B 10" 1923|
|Die Vaber||Joe Feldman||Victor 72592-A 10" 191?||Yiddish|
|Sise Hunting||Rose Greenfield and William Schawtz||Victor 72433-B 10" 191?||Yiddish|
|Mbraccia a Mme||Figli di Ciro||Victor 67481-A 10" 191?|
|Aberystwyth||Glyndwr Mountain Ash Welsh Male Choir||Victor 72813-B 10" 191?|
|I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time||Charles Harrison||Victor 18693-A 10" 1920|
|Willhelm The Grocer||Ada Jones||Victor 17491-B 10" 1913|
|He'd Have to Get Under -- Get Out and Get Under (To Fix Up His Automobile)||Billy Murray||Victor 17491-A 10" 1913|
|Bell Hop Blues||Al Bernard||Victor 18644-B 10" 1919|
|Baby Face||Honey Duke and His Uke||Harmony 284-H 10" 1926||Johnny Marvin|
|Boo-Hoo-Hoo||Noble Sissle||Regal 9180 10" 1922||Eubie Blake piano|
|The Three Trees||Tom McNaughton||Victor 17222-B 10" 1911|
|Motoring||Harry Tate and Company||Gramophone Concert Record 10" 191?|
|How Mother Made the Soup||Charlie Chase||Victor 16547-A 10" 1909|
|Laughing Vamp||Plantation Jazz Orchestra||Emerson 10239 10" 1920|
great yiddish tunes! and others! right on, MAC!
Dave in PA:
RE;the first tune - what was with that clacking percussion that was so prevalent on the early recordings? The knocking sound... you know... ???
I think it is a woodblock
Think this one was on Boardwalk Empire!
sounded like he was saying 'broken record'
Thanks for the session. we grooved!
Another two minutes and that soup'd be red hot.
So nice to hear your voice again Tom
your welsh pronunciation was funny.
the Ys are pronounced like short Is. its more like a-berr-IST-wif and glin-DUR. (thought you might like to know for the future.)
male voice choirs are associated with churches, but im not sure if the songs are religious. aberystwyth is the name of a town.
Great show, loving the ethnic tunes.
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