Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program with Mac Options

Playlist for July 28, 2015 Options

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Title Artist Recording Approx. start time
It Must Be You   Options Eddie Peabody & His Band  Domino 3627-B 10" 1925   0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Inspiration - Spanish Valse   Options Joseph Moskowitz  Victor 18155-A 10" 1916   0:05:09 Pop‑up)  
Clover Land   Options Howard Kopp  Columbia A2118 10" 1916   0:09:21 Pop‑up)  
I Want A Daddy Who Will Rock Me To Sleep   Options All Star Trio  Victor 18626-A 10" 1919   0:12:49 Pop‑up)  
I Love Me   Options Billy Murray  Victor 19066-B 10" 1923   0:18:22 Pop‑up)  
Doan Ya Cry Ma Honey   Options Carroll Clark  Columbia A627 10" 1909   0:22:42 Pop‑up)  
Nigger Loves His Possum   Options Collins and Harlan  Victor 4560 10" 1905   0:27:56 Pop‑up)  
Mussolini - Marcia Trionfale   Options Banda Sinfonica  Victor 77582-A 10" 1924   0:31:10 Pop‑up)  
?   Cantonese Singer  Victor 10" 192?   0:36:39 Pop‑up)  
Every-Day-Song   Options Os-Ke-Non-Ton  Columbia A3092 10" 1920   0:40:41 Pop‑up)  
Brother Low Down   Options Al Bernard  Regal 9157 10" 1921   0:44:00 Pop‑up)  
Swingin' Down The Lane   Options William West  Cameo 382 10" 1923   0:48:51 Pop‑up)  
Railroad Blues   Options Yerkes Southern Five  Columbia A2929 10" 1920   0:52:34 Pop‑up)  
Yankee Rose   Options WMCA Broadcasters  Harmony 339-H 10" 1927   0:55:51 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

  8:04pm Listener Robert:

For a few secs. there I was wondering what a "choke symbol" looked like, until I realized you said "choked cymbal".
  8:05pm Listener Robert:

Then again, how is percussion notated in music?
  8:12pm JakeGould:

This xylophone makes me think of some Max Fleischer cartoon or something similar where this is being played by a rabbit with slicked back ears on the ribcage skeleton of a cow.
  8:17pm JakeGould:

This one sounds like a happy hippo playing the notes on the ribcage of a dead lion while little hippos rock back and forth.
  8:20pm Listener Robert:

I never realized the presto version of "I Love Me" sung by Mel Blanc was not a new song.
  8:29pm Listener Robert:

Does possum love him back?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm dale:

that sounds like it could be a rap song.
  8:32pm JakeGould:

“Mussolini is great! What problems could he cause!”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm dale:

anybody on the comments board know cantonese?
  8:42pm Listener Robert:

I don't, dale, but I noticed a few yrs. ago that certain Cantonese dishes that used to be common on the menu aren't any more, such as char shu ding.
  8:43pm JakeGould:

Is it this one? www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45pm dale:

sacrifice at the golden bridge grave?
Avatar 8:57pm Marcel M:

Great show, thanks Mac.
  8:57pm JakeGould:

Yankee rose? Shabaddy boobity, bobbity, bibbty, bippity, bobbity, booopiidy DOO!
  8:58pm JakeGould:

Fine show tonight.
  9:00pm ALAN:

Good morning all from deepest darkest London, well it is 2am
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