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Rhythm Club (NL)  I I had you   Options    
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Ed Lowery  Cobble Stones   Options 1927   
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Charlie Kunz  You Went Away Once Too Often   Options 1929   
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Barnabas von Geczy  Piccolo Signor   Options 1934   
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Bob Scholte  Jiddische Memme   Options 1929   
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Brox sisters  Who   Options 1925   
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Ab & Greetje Scholte  Heeft U Een Sigarenbandje   Options 1936   
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Dick Willebrandts  Apple For The Teacher   Options 1943  (vocal - Jan de Vries) 
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Otto Clausen  Bor Jeg Paa Det Höje Fjeld (Norwegian song)   Options 1913  Carl G. O. Hansen (16 March 1871 – 10 June 1960) was a Norwegian-American journalist, musician and author
Hansen was born in Trondheim, Norway. He immigrated to the United States with his mother and siblings in 1881.
He wrote for and edited the Dano-Norwegian newspaper Minneapolis Daglig Tidende (Minneapolis Daily Times) from 1897 until 1935. In Chicago he was similarly employed at Skandinaven newspaper between 1935 and 1937. He then edited Sons of Norway magazine in Minneapolis and served as the organization's educational director from 1939 until his retirement in 1954.
A lifelong musician, Hansen sang with and directed male choruses or church choirs from the age of sixteen
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Van & Schenck  For Me and My Gal   Options 1917   
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Kay Keyser  Woody Woodpecker Song   Options 1948  (vocal - Gloria Wood) 
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Giuseppe Campanari  La Danza   Options 1907  (Rossini - Tarantella) 
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Drs P  Ripspiqué   Options 1955  (Live In Djakarta) 
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Ada Jones  He's Me Pal   Options 1905   
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Bobbejaan Schoepen  Wipneus En Kersenmond   Options 1951   
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Indestructible String Quartet  Love's Dream After The Ball   Options 1910   
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Abe Katzman's Bessarabian Orchestra  Erinnerung Fun Kirshenev   Options 1928  (Memories Of Kirschenev) 
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Ferera & Paaluhi  Wailana Waltz   Options 1928   
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Louisiana Five  Weary Blues   Options 1920   
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Albert Benzler bells  Dancing Spirits   Options 1908   
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Eddie Morton  I'd Rather Be A Minstrel Man Than A Multimillionair   Options 1909   
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Leo Reisman  Wedding Of The Painted Doll   Options 1929   
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A J Pesenti Orchester  Poema (tango)   Options 1933   
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Xavier Cugat  Bim Bam Bum   Options 1937   
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Alan Turner  For All Eternity   Options 1908  (Eternamente) 
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Spike Hughes  Air In D Flat   Options 1933   
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Willy Walden & Piet Muyselaar  Blonde Mientje   Options 1939  Hidden message in this song: don't mess with Queen Wilhelmina of Orange (You Germans!) She's got a heart of barbwire 
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Art Hickman  Anytime Anyday Anywhere   Options 1920   
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Victor Silvester  Sing My Heart (foxtrot)   Options 1939   
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Admirals  Puttin' On The Ritz   Options 1930   
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Six Brown Brothers  Chin Chin Medley (Pretty Baby)   Options 1916   
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B. Morris  110 in the shade   Options 2019   
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Boswell Sisters  California Medley (Part 1)   Options   + Red Nichols    1:59:23 (Pop‑up)


Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi everyone! Feel free to share that you're listening and what your thought about the music are.
Avatar 10:35am Mr Fab:

Hi Jan!

Lovely sounds to wake up to.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:35am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Mr Fab!
Avatar 10:52am Mr Fab:

Jan, hove you gone into the 'Marathon Console' of your dashboard? I see we have John Gleaves from the UK to thank for a generous $60 donation.
Avatar 10:53am Mr Fab:

"Indestructible String Quartet" - Band Name of the Week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:54am Jan Turkenburg:

Thanks for making me aware, Mr Fab!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:54am chresti:

Hi Jan and everyone!
Avatar 10:58am Domenic:

Thanks for the program. can't comment much here at work!
Avatar 10:59am L:

Better late than never?? Thank you Jan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:59am Jan Turkenburg:

Hi L! Hi Domenic! Hi Chresti!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:04am Jan Turkenburg:

Glad to have you all here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:05am David D:

Hello Jan, finally catching this show live.
Avatar 11:05am Mr Fab:

We've got a few CDs that are only available on this here program TODAY ONLY for any of you super-cool folk who donate:
-Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society (yep, ms "Dr Who theme" herself, electronica pioneer)
-Sublime Frequencies "Radio java" (actual Indonesian radio broadcasts)
-Czech Up! vol1 Czech Freak-beat Fuzz-Soul 1968-1978
Avatar 11:08am Mr Fab:

Jan, i'm only set up to go into the Frame Duggy Louder dashboard, so you'll have to check to see which donations this show gets.
Avatar 11:09am Martinibomb:

Hello Jan, Fab and all.. I guess I'm covering for Lost Media and Sounds Spectacular today after Jan's show.
Avatar 11:09am Martinibomb:

I was going to play some Delia Derbyshire today just pulled a record hah
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12am Jan Turkenburg:

Mr. Fab, I was under the assumption the prizes were from next week on, so sorry... tomorrow Georgy is planned to fill in for FDL.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:17am Jan Turkenburg:

I'll contact you
Avatar 11:22am Mr Fab:

I was caught unawares too, Jan. But i see on the WFMU homepage that the Marathon has started, and has even made 6% of the goal so far. So it would appear that we are underway. Time to step up for the World's Greatest Radio Station, folks!
Avatar 11:26am Mr Fab:

And don't you lovely folk want Jan's premium? "Meanwhile in Zwolle: A unique collection of cover songs in various styles from Peppermill Town, The Netherlands." Available anytime, not just during this show.
Avatar 11:37am Mr Fab:

other new Sheena's premiums this year include:
-DJ GeorgyGirl present Frankenshow!: LoriHajiTura vs. Modernists vs. Flange—the ultimate mixed-up, psyched-up, mash-up!
-The World’s Worst Records Radio Show with Darryl W. Bullock presents 25 Killer Death Discs: A cherry-picked collection of favorites from the show’s Death Disc of the Week spot.
-Medium Cool with Martinibomb presents The Shape of Sounds to Come: SP-404 ¡SMASH-UP! featuring contemporary music with a vintage vibe.
-Cannibal Stew presents Turn Off the Century: DJ ARB swings to the other Belgian Popcorn. Off-pitch offbeats from 1955–1965. Ungawa!
-Jason Elbogen’s How to Look Back at High School As The Best Four Years of Your Life: In the 1970’s and 80’s, administrators at hundreds–if not thousands–of secondary schools in the United States felt so strongly about the musical worth of their budding adolescents that a decision was made to press vinyl records documenting their students’ efforts. 98% of these albums offer uninspiring renditions of uninspiring songs. ‘How To Look Back at High School…’ focuses on the other 2% that I’ve come across after listening to too many of these lps. This collection of amateurish, exuberant, and occasionally jaw-dropping tracks will save you time, space, and money.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47am chresti:

I'll be steppin' up next week, or when my tax refund gets here..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am Jan Turkenburg:

thank you Chresti!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am chresti:

And thank YOU, Jan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am chresti:

Hey, this is under 64!
Avatar 11:56am Martinibomb:

I'll be covering for lost media and sounds spec via this playlist/chat:: wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, Chresti but at least it's not multi track ;)
Avatar 11:57am Mr Fab:

Oops, Otis just informed me that we really start the Marathon Saturday February 29 - Sunday March 15. So Jan you don't have to mention anything now, save the prizes for next week. (Tho of course anyone CAN donate at any time!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am David D:

Thanks, Jan!
Avatar 12:00pm Domenic:

HA Feb 29...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Jan Turkenburg:

well, this was a rehearsal then...
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