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|Title||Artist||Recording||Approx. start time|
|I'm Looking for Something to Eat||Stella Mayhew||1910||0:00:00 Pop‑up)|
|Tonight's My Night With Baby||Irving Kaufman||1926||0:03:49 Pop‑up)|
|Goodbye Alexander (Goodbye Honey Boy)||Wilbur C. Sweatman's Original Jazz Band||Columbia A2596 1918||0:06:06 Pop‑up)|
|I'm in Love||Gus Van||Columbia A2525 1918||0:09:07 Pop‑up)|
|Roamin' in the Gloamin'||Harry Lauder||Victor 70061 1911||0:14:54 Pop‑up)|
|Louisiana Minstrels||Victor Minstrel Company||Victor 35213 1911||0:21:01 Pop‑up)|
|How Can They That O'im Irish||Nora Bayes||Victor 70030 1910||0:26:55 Pop‑up)|
|Under The Anheuser Bush||Billy Murray||Victor 16247-B 1905|
|The Leader of The German Band||Collins and Harlan||Victor 4555 1905|
|Felix Diaz March||Police Band of Mexico City||Victor 1907|
|I'm Always Chasing Rainbows||Joseph C. Smith's Orchstra||Victor 35682-B 1918|
|I Ain't Thinkin' Bout You||Fatty Martin's Orchestra with Irene Taylor||1925|
|Does She Love Me?||Aileen Stanley and Billy Murray||1927|
|One Hour With You||Andy Sannella and His Orchestra||1932|
Man, this beer marketing has never not been there.
I have that Harry Lauder autobio too. He's kind if full of himself, but he is really the source of all Scottish caricatures, because he was speaking in an accent in a way that's perfectly clear and charming to other English speakers.
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