Centennial Songs / The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC Options

Playlist for September 24, 2013 Options
with guest collector Rob Vrabel

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100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.

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Title Artist Recording
Hunkadola   Options Benny Goodman and his Orchestra  Victor 25009-A 10" 1935  
That's Georgia   Options Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra  Columbia 202-D 10" 1924  
White Jazz   Options Casa Loma Orchestra  Columbia DO-1170 10" 1931  
The Wedding of Jack and Jill   Options Red Norvo Orchestra  Odeon 10" 193  
What a World This Would Be   Options Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra  Victor 19737-A 10" 1925  
The Wise Little Hen   Options Raymond Paige and His Orchestra  Victor JA-329-A 1931  
Awful Sad   Options Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra  Brunswick 4110 10" 1928  
Take A Number From One To Ten   Options Tom Coakley and His Palace Hotel Orchestra  Victor 24744-A 10" 1931  
Casa Loma Stomp   Options Glen Gray and His Orchestra  Victor 24256-B 10" 1933  
Navy Blues   Options Waring's Pennsylvanians  HMV E.A. 707 10" 1932  
The Love Bug Will Biyte You   Options Teddy Wells and His NBC Orchestra  Bluebird B-6897 10" 194  
Goodbye   Options Benny Goodman and His Orchestra  Victor 25215-A 10" 1935  

Listener comments!

  Tue. 9/24/13 8:33pm Steve:

Billy remembered the night he played games with Whiteman at the craps table in Saratoga.
He was dealing at Riley's Lake House, youngest dealer in town that season, 1931, and of course,
of course he knew who Whiteman was when the big boy rolled the dice and lost the last of his wad.
"Let's have five hundred in chips, sonny, and an IOU," Whiteman said.
"Who the hell are you? I don't know you," Billy said. Sonny me, you son of a bitch.
"I'm Paul Whiteman."
"Whiteman. Whiteman."
"Ohhhhh yeah, Whiteman. You're the guy's got that hillbilly band playing over at Piping Rock.
You don't mean nothing to me, bud. Go see the manager if you want chips."
The Manager fired Billy twenty minutes later. Orders from above.

Billy Phelan's Greatest Game -- William Kennedy.
  Fri. 9/27/13 12:47pm David Weiner:

Have Rob Vrabel on again, please! He was great!
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