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|Auld Lang Syne||Nellie Melba||HMV 3615 10" 1905|
|Sing Us A Song of Australia||Foster Richardson||Zonophone 3089 10" 1923 ?|
|Along The Road To Gundagai||Leonnard Hubbard||Zonophone 3556 10" 1923|
|Let's Have A Song Upon the Gramophone||Billy Williams||Zonophone 3010 10" 1911|
|Australia Will Be There||Harrison Latimer||Regal 6869 10" 1915|
|Old Time Medley||Florrie Forde||Regal Zonophone G20679 10" 1936|
|Oh! You Beautiful Doll||Albert Whelan||Jumbo 841 10" 1911|
|The Floral Dance||Peter Dawson||Zonophone 10" 1912|
|Jocie and Me||Joe Watson and His Green Mill orchesta||Embassy 8036 10" 19|
|The Robin's Song||Evelyn Scotney||Vocalion B6004 10" 191?|
Tue. 7/10/12 8:36pm
I was completely entranced without knowing who the singer was on Auld Lang Syne. I have ALWAYS wanted to hear Nellie Melba. She was every thing I've dreamed. THANK YOU! Can you recommend other places to hear her?
Tue. 7/10/12 8:56pm
Yes Gail, there are loads of Nellie Melba CDs on Amazon and videos on YouTube.
Tue. 7/10/12 9:02pm
What a nifty show! I have an Australian pal to whom I'll definitely send a link to this installment.
Wed. 7/11/12 8:51am
Here's the 1934 Newsreel footage of Florrie Forde on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi9waSSo6Rg
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