Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Options

Playlist for October 1, 2013 Options
LIVE from Hill and Dale, NYC

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Title Artist Recording
The OKeh Laughing record   Options Anonymous  Okeh 4078-A 10" 1919  
Valse Brilliante   Options Ignace Jan Paerewski   Victrola 88322 10" 191  
Mr. Gallagher and Mister Sheen -   Options Ed Gallagher and Al Sheen   Victor 18941-B 10"  
She Lives Down In Our Alley   Options Stuart and Burton  Columbia A1727 10"  
Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday on Saturday Night?   Options Al Jolson  Columbia A1976 10" 19  
Tickle Toes   Options Ada Jones  Columbia A905 10" 19  
Ding Toes   Options Frank Banta and Harry Akst  Columbia A2953 10" 19  
My Old Kentucky Home & Old Black Joe   Options Ford Hanford  Victor 18767-A 10" 1921  
The Ragtime Drummer   Options James Lent  Victor 17092-A 10" 192  
Ida Saffa      
If You Don't Give Me What I Want   Options Rosa Henderson  Vocalion 14652 10" 192  
Waiting For The Evening Mail   Options Clara Smith  Columbia 13002D 10" 1921  
Nobody Knows   Options Esther Wlaker  Victor 18613-B 10" 191  
I'm An Indian   Options Fanny Brice  Victor 45303-A 10"  
Chinatown, My Chinatown   Options Collins and Harlan  Columbia A1624 10" 191  
Cuite   Options Eubie Blake and His Orchestra  Regal 9198 10" 192  

Listener comments!

  8:12pm Robert:

Not cereal, but close: biscuits, which they tried to get called such instead of cookies. I don't remember the brand, despite the song, named for 2 people.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:30pm dale:

so are people dressed as flappers or steampunks and waltzing and jitterbugging at a meetup?
  8:37pm Dave in PA:

hearing a lot of background noise today... intentional?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm dale:

it's live in a bar dave. microphone in the horn picks it all up
  8:45pm Robert:

I was just going to remark about how funny some of the background sounds come out when reflected off the bell. The bell seems to pick off some of the highs and given them an extra buzz like SSB.
  8:48pm Robert:

You guys commenting or listening understand why the bar's called Hill & Dale, don't you? It's a way of saying "monaural". The grooves in a stereo record are pitched 90 degrees opposite each other on each side, so as to propagate normal to each other up the needle, while in a mono record they need only be up & down, hence hill & dale.
  8:52pm Robert:

"Chinatown" sounds like "Canada", with "all around" sounding like "Ottawa" to increase the misimpression.
  8:52pm Dave in PA:

reminds me of the time Aunt Bee got drunk on Snake Oil and sang Too Too Tootsie Goodbye....
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