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Playlist for January 1, 2013 Options

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Title Artist Recording Comments Approx. start time
Cuddle Up Blues   Options The Virginians  Victor 18881-A 10" 1922     0:00:00 )  
Dance It With Me   Options Art Hickman's Orchestra  Columbia A2899 10" 1919      
Second Hand Rose   Options Carl Fenton"s Orchestra  Brunswick 2137-B 10" 1921      
Tea For Two   Options Tuxedo Orchestra  Perfect 14347 10" 1924      
Makin' Faces At The Man In The Moon   Options Jerry Fenwyck & His Orchestra  Harmony 1342-H 10" 1931      
The Gum-Suckers March   Options Percy Grainger  Columbia A3381 10" 1921      
Remember The Rose   Options Frank Banta & Cliff Hess  Columbia A3535 10" 1921      
Hello Frisco   Options Elinda Morris and Sam Ash  Columbia A1801 10" 1915      
California Here I Come   Options Shannon Four  Columbia 86-D 10" 1924      
Money Musk No. 1 & 2   Options Victor Military Band  Victor 18552-A 10" 1918   cited from "American Country Dances Burchanal"   
Kazdy Snad Jednou Miloval   Options Pani a Pan Tuzinsky  Columbia E273 10" 191?   Bohemian - Everyone Loves Once We Know   
The Stranded Circus   Options Spencer and Girard  Victor 16147-A 10" 1907      
Sing-A-Loo   Options Emil Coleman & His Montmartre Orchestra  Vocalion B14370 10" 1922      

Listener comments!

  Tue. 1/1/13 8:07pm Radiola 18:

Avatar Tue. 1/1/13 8:13pm MAC:

Hello Frisco? Hello?
  Tue. 1/1/13 8:20pm Radiola 18:

Electrical records ? Sounds like the work of the devil.
  Tue. 1/1/13 8:24pm 404 error -- page not found:

Percy Grainger...also a composer, his stuff was popularized in the late 1950s by the Eastman Rockchester Orchestra on Mercury.
  Tue. 1/1/13 8:25pm 404 error -- page not found:

Rochester, sorry.
  Tue. 1/1/13 8:47pm karmester:

birchenau? birchenau was a nazi concentration camp... 'beer' 'cha' (in the back of the throat, not ch like church) 'now' is the pronounciation.
  Tue. 1/1/13 8:50pm david:

Smart son, Mac. You've got a little audiophile on your hands :)
  Thu. 1/3/13 7:52am Dave Swindon:

The American Country Dances sound much like Scottish Country Dances. Country dancing was popular at weddings and other celebrations and invoved dancing as a group rather than couples.
  Thu. 1/3/13 10:01am Eric Dion:

It was the Zeigfield Follies - an annual review show on broadway that ran from like 1912 to 1935 or something like that. The follies may have been one of the most famous annual broadway/vaudeville shows ever. I've seen it mentioned in many books and reissue albums from the 60's and 70's
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