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|Funeral March of a Marionette||Columbia Symphony Orchestra||Columbia A6052 12" January 1917||Acoustic|
|Funeral March of a Marionette||San Francisco Symphony Orchestra||Victor 6639 12" April 15, 1927||Electrical - San Francisco, CA,|
|Wreck of the Old 97||Vernon Dalhart||Victor 19427 10" August 13, 1924||NYC - Acoustic|
|Wreck of the Old 97||Vernon Dalhart||Victor 19427 March 18, 1926||NYC - Electrical version issued on the same catalog number as the previous acoustic version|
|The Japanese Sandman||Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra||Victor 18690 10" August 23, 1920||Camden, NJ - Acoustic|
|The Japanese Sandman||Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra||Victor 21731 10" February 7, 1927||NYC - Liederkranz Hall - Electrical|
|My Man||Fanny Brice||Victor 45263 10" November 15, 1921||Camden, NJ, (Acoustic)|
|My Man||Fanny Brice||Victor 21168 10" December 22, 1927,||NYC, (Electrical)|
|'O Sole Mio||Creatore's Band||BVE-35826-3 10" August 10, 1926,||Test pressing of unissued take - Take 1 issued Victor 20199 (Electrical) 30 piece band -Church Building, Camden, NJ,|
|Wherever You Are||Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra||BVE-40111-2 10" September 22, 1927||Test pressing of unissued take - VR = Franklyn Baur. Take 3 issued Victor 20976 - Electrical NYC|
|Livin' in the Sunlight||Bernie Cummins' New Yorker Hotel Orchestra||BVE-62201-1 10" April 16, 1930||Test pressing of unissued take - NYC (44th Street Lab), VR = Orchestra, (Take 2 issued Victor 22409) (Electrical)|
|Lucia di Lammermoor – Sextette (Chi mi frena) (Donizetti)||Galli-curci, Egener, Caruso, de Luca, Journet, Bada||Victor 95212 12" January 25, 1917||Camden, NJ, (Acoustic)|
|Lucia di Lammermoor – Sextette(Chi mi frena) (Donizetti)||Galli-curci, Homer, Gigli, de Luca, Pinza, Bada||Victor 1012 12" December 16, 1927||NYC (Liederkranz Hall), (Electrical)|
|Vo-Do-Do-De-O Blues||California Ramblers||Columbia 1038-D 10" May 26, 1927||NYC, VR = Ed Kirkeby, (Electrical)|
|Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra||Crazy Rhythm||Brunswick 3913 10" April 6, 1928||NYC, VR + Ben Bernie, (Electrical)|
cool idea for the show tonight! I went to someone's house to play music a few weeks ago and they had a Victrola in great condition. Didn't get to spin any 78's though.
Electrical recordings ... yuck!
Digging the info
I'm just imagining the show a century from now as someone compares direct-to-digital recordings with A-D converted ones and with analog recordings on analog reproduction equipment. But that last bit may be frustrated by the equipment the audience listens on.
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