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|The Harlequin||Conway's Band||Victor 18106-B 10" 1916|
|Old Fashioned Love||Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake||Victor 19253-A 10" 1924|
|Just Leave It To Me||Irving and Jack Kaufman||Columbia A2815 10" 1919|
|The Sidewalks of New York||Shannon Quartet||Victor 19336-A 10" 1924|
|Ragging the Songs My Mother Used To Sing||Nora Bayes||Victor 45108-B 10" 1916|
|How High is Up? Parts 1 & 2||Arthur Moss & Ed Frye||Victor 19081-A 10" 1923|
|General Felipe Angeles||Trio Nava||Columbia C4066 10" 191?|
|Ulma Gludferl||Franz Lichurtichentaler||Odeon 10060-B 10" 191?|
|?||Cantonese Song with accompaniment||Victor 42402-A 10"|
|The International Rag||Collins and Harlan||Victor 17431-A 10" 1913|
|Stop Your Tickling, Jock!||Harry Lauder||Victor 60002 10" 1910|
|Soothing||Markels' Orchestra||OK4649-B 10" 1922|
Young guy sounds like Mickey Dolenz.
Another great version of Old Fashioned Love: Alberta Hunter ... from 1980! (At a mere 33 1/3 -- but still!)
Some women just don't appreciate a good shellacking I guess...wait that doesn't sound so good...
According to Allan Sutton's "Pseudonyms on American Records", "Arthur Morse" (not "Moss") was Irving Kauffman -nothing on Ed Frye, although "Joseph Frye" was Ernest Hare. (Perhaps there were some French Fryes on Pathe)
i really liked that. i'd do ya!
your voice is resonating my drum kit!!
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