Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Favoriting

Playlist for February 12, 2013 Favoriting

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Title Artist Recording Comments Approx. start time
Out In The New Mown Hay   Favoriting Seven Little Polar Bears  Cameo 1000 Disc 1926     0:00:00 Pop-up)  
Mindin' My Bus'ness   Favoriting Gus Van  Columbia 78-D Disc 1924      
The Dance of All Nations Ragtime Ball   Favoriting Anna Chandler  Columbia A2086 10" 1916      
Lilly Of The Valley   Favoriting Collins and Harlan  Victor 18398-A 10" 1917      
Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals   Favoriting Irving Kaufman  Domino 3641-A 10" 1925     0:00:16 Pop-up)  
Fin ch'han dal Vino   Favoriting Titta Ruffo  Victor 87174 10" 1913   Don Giovani   
Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer   Favoriting Julia Culp  Victor 64553 10" 1915      
Messe Solennelle - Crucifixus   Favoriting Enrico Caruso  Victrola 87335 10" 1915      
Ocean Waves   Favoriting Tom Owens WLS Barn Dance Trio  Silvertone 3104-A 10" 1925      
I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow   Favoriting Emry Arthur  Vocalion A5208 10" 1928      
Red Wing   Favoriting George Reneau  Vocalion B14896 10" 1924      
Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss   Favoriting Samantha Bumgarner  Columbia 146-D 10" 1924      
Keeps Your Skirts Down Mary   Favoriting Mr "X" with Orchestra  Radiex 2222 a 10" 1925      
It Made You Happy When You Made Me Cry   Favoriting Peggy Britton  Cameo 1081 10" 1926      
Stumbling   Favoriting Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra  Victor 18899-A 10" 1922      

Listener comments!

  8:05pm Radiola 18:

Greetings from Radiola Land!
Avatar 8:08pm MAC:

Radio Hola!
  8:10pm schizflow:

mac, i was so happy for you when mumford and sons won that grammy
Avatar 8:13pm MAC:

I dont know anything about that!?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:20pm G:

  8:21pm Radiola 18:

Too many parties, indeed. You should be sitting home, listening to the wireless, instead.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:21pm G:

maybe schizflow just meant mumford are deliberately oldtimey...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:26pm G:

My slummer keeps getting looser.

actually, My sleep/slumber is always getting softer/stiller.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm G:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm G:

someone played this "mary ann" disk many many times ...
Avatar 8:57pm MAC:

The thought of Mary having to control her skirt made them crazy

G'night all!
  9:01pm xyu:

great show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01pm G:

I researched it a bit -- the "Skirts" song goes back to a routine or duet where an Irish-background mother is telling her flapper daughter that being too sexual will only get her in trouble and backfire. You can various versions of the lyrics online....
  8:13am EBOB:

Wow, I love Peggy Britton's banjo playing!
  1:26pm im boltz:

one of my first records was skirts by billy murray and ilene stanley on victor later in same vein was don't bring lulu do you have warings collegiate which was revived in mif fifties and released on a 78 vinyl
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