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|Just Blue||All Star Trio||Edison BA 3624 4-minute cylinder 1919|
|Pucker Up and Whistle||Billy Murray||Victor 18760-A 10" 1921|
|Baby Face||Dixie Troubadours||Madison 1604 (a) 10" 1926|
|The Hot Tamale Man||Arthur Collins||Victor 16293-B 10" 1908|
|Way Down Yonder In New Orleans||Vernon Dalhart||Banner 1147-B 10" 1922|
|Flanagan's Night Off||Ada Jones & Steve Porter||Edison BA 3992 4-minute cylinder 1920|
|The Three Trees||Tom McNaughton||Victor 17222-B 10" 1911|
|Life in a Trench in Belgium part 4||Lietenant Gitz Rice and Henry Burr||Columbia A2583 10" 1917|
|National Dance||Kirloff's Russian Balilaika Orchestra||Victor 73210-A 10" 191?|
|Addio Napoli||Vessella's Italian Band||Victor 16900-B 10" 1911|
|Berchtesgadener -Landler||Bayr. Hochland Zither Trio||Victor 69644-B 10" 191?|
|In Miami||Nora Bayes||Columbia A2785 10" 1919|
|I'm Wise||Clarice Vance||Victor 17253-B 10" 1907|
|Oh Judge (He Treats Me Mean)||Marion Harris||Columbia A2968 10" 1920|
|There's A Little Bit Of Bad in Every Good Little Girl||Irving Kaufman||Columbia A2091 10" 1916|
|Those Longing For You Blues||Isham Jones Orchestra||Brunswick 2243-B 10" 1922|
Arthur Collins specialized in what was then called coon songs, popular African-American dialect numbers associated with vaudeville and minstrel shows. selective discography:
"Every Darky Had A Raglan On"
"Coon, Coon, Coon"
"All Coons Look Alike To Me"
"A Possum Supper At The Darktown Church"
"Mammy Blossom's possum Party
"Darktown Strutters' Ball"
What a dick.
@j-No: I get it, but since we are making judgments across 100-year distances, how will African-American professionals 100 years from now look at hip-hop culture? Any ideas? I know some right now today that call it postmodern minstrel-show material.
Fun fact: Berchtesgadener Land is a region in the way far southern tip of Bavaria, by the Austrian border. It's really mountainy and scenic, and Germans have always seen it as one of their most romantic/scenic areas.
The Nazi leaders later had a lot of their personal retreats there, most of all Hitler's "Berghof" mountain retreat/resort. I got schlepped there on a bus once while really touring Austria. (It's right on the Germany-Austria border practically.) Creepy but interesting.
The name of the band on the Berchtesgadener tune is "Bavarian Highland Zither Trio"
Nice show. I always love your show. Thanks.
Hi! Do you have "Flanagan's Mother In Law" by Steve Porter? I've only heard a very crusty cylinder version, but I really love that record! The jokes are funny, and the song at the end kicks ass!
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