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|Title||Artist||Recording||Approx. start time|
|Mr. Jass Himself||Prince's Band||Columbia A2370 10" 1917||0:00:00 Pop‑up)|
|Come To The Fair||Elsie Baker||Victor 45526-A 10" 1925|
|Tell Me||Al Jolson||Columbia A2821 10" 1919|
|Crazy Blues||Salt and Pepper||Lincoln 2248 10" 1924|
|Blue Hoosier Blues||Harper and Collins||Cameo 9079 10" 192?|
|Little Rosewood Casket||George Reneau||Vocalion A14997 10" 1925|
|Devil's Dream Reel||John Taylor||Victor 16045-B 10" 1906|
|Ragtime Annie||A. C. (Eck) Robertson||Victor 19149-B 10" 1922|
|Old Aunt Peggy Won't You Set 'em up Again?||Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers||OKeh 40108A 10" 1924|
|Barney Google||Billy Jones and Ernest Hare||Columbia A3876 10" 1923|
|My Old New Jersey Home||Billy Murray||Victor 18748-B 10" 1921|
|Feather Your Nest||The Happy Six||Columbia A3345 10" 1920|
Play more old time, it is awesome music deeply rooted in Scots and Irish cultures.
I was just thinking to myself that I have several Billy Murray MP3s on my iPod, and then I realized how strange "Billy Murray MP3s" sounds.
'organic' really doesn't apply to fruit that is encased in a peel, so 'organic banana' is hooey. freetrade is another matter
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