The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC Options

Playlist for March 22, 2011 Options

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Title Artist Recording
Jimmy I Love You   Options Eubie Blake and His Orchestra  Regal 9199 Disc 1922  
Limehouse Nights   Options Columbia Saxaphone Sextette  Columbia 2876 Disc 1920  
Waltz - Caprice   Options Siegel & Butin  Edison BA 2060 4-minute cylinder 1913  
Espana Rapsodie   Options Guy Maier & Lee Pattison  Victor 45305-B Disc 1922  
I May Be Crazy But I Ain't No Fool   Options Bob Roberts  HArmony A304 Disc 190?  
When My Sweetie Puts Her Lovin' On   Options Cliff Edwards  Pathe 032054 B Disc 1924  
It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'   Options Wendell Hall  Victor 19171-A Disc 1923  
My Landlady   Options Bert Williams  Columbia A1289 Disc 1913  
Why Did You Do It?   Options Jack Kaufman  Columbia A2865 Disc 1919  
Dat's What I Call Music   Options Edna Bailey  Edison BA 2743 4-minute cylinder 1915  
Hot Roasted Peanuts   Options Furman and Nash  Columbia 5D Disc 1925  
Broadway Blues   Options Leonard Grahm  Regal 911 Disc 1920  
If You Don't Give Me What I Want (I Gonna Get It Some Other Place)   Options Rosa Henderson  Vocalion A14652 Disc 1923  
Don't Think You'll Be Missed   Options Margaret Young  Brunswick 2371-A Disc 1922  
Brother Low Down   Options Al Bernard  Regal 9157 Disc 1921  
Broadway Melody   Options Jack Hart  Harmony 845-H Disc 1929  

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/22/11 8:47pm Robert:

Edna Bailey's "piece" reminds me of the recording Irwin found of a certain idiot savant who, once he gets started, just goes on singing forever concatenated pop songs from the early 20th C.; Irwin labeled it "Downloading the Repertoir" or some such.
  Tue. 3/22/11 8:49pm Dave B,:

Thanks MAC
  Wed. 3/23/11 7:22pm Tom:

Hey Mac, thanks for keeping the flame burning!
  Tue. 3/29/11 8:56pm Dave:

Take care of them balls.
  Tue. 3/29/11 8:58pm Buster:

Yessin' , yes sireee pop take carin' of dem der balls! He he he he he he he.
  Sun. 4/3/11 4:51am Marie:

MAC, in the future could you do a re-play of the May 23, 2000 show? I would love to get a chance to hear these. Thanks!
  Sun. 4/3/11 12:15pm MAC:

The thing about many of my pre-archived shows was that I did not record them so there is no way for me to re-play. : (
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