Original ragtime, jazz, and pop music from the first quarter of the 20th century, with historical background on vaudeville-era artists.
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July 1, 2014: July 4th Special
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|Artist||Track||Album||Approx. start time|
|Peerless Quartet||Over There||1917||0:00:00 ()|
|Wally Vernon||This Is The Life||1938||0:02:49 ()|
|Byron G. Harlan||The Good Old USA||1906||0:04:09 ()|
|Earl Oliver's Jazz Babies||Fire! (An "Alarming" Novelty)||1926||0:06:23 ()|
|Billy Murray||The Yankee Doodle Boy||1905||0:09:47 ()|
|Al Jolson||Tell That To The Marines||1918||0:14:15 ()|
|Irving Aaronson & His Commanders||Wimmin Aaah!||1926||0:16:47 ()|
|Billy Murray||Under Any Old Flag at All||1908||0:19:37 ()|
|Billy Murray||The Grand Old Rag||1906||0:23:27 ()|
|Nat M. Wills||The Flag He Loved So Well||1908||0:25:59 ()|
|Jay Whidden and His Biltmore Orchestra||You're Such a Comfort To Me||1933||0:30:39 ()|
|Fats Waller||Do Me a Favor||1934||0:34:03 ()|
|The Charioteers||Way Down Yonder In New Orleans||1938||0:37:10 ()|
|Irving Berlin||God Bless America||1939||0:39:15 ()|
|Eddie Morton||They're All Good American Names||1911||0:43:15 ()|
|Jan Garber and His Orchestra||What Do I Care What Somebody Said||1927||0:46:34 ()|
|Morton Harvey||I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier||1915||0:49:27 ()|
|Nora Bayes||Over There||1917||0:53:10 ()|
|Clarence Williams||Cake Walking Babies from Home||1925||0:58:08 ()|
Tue. 7/1/14 8:07pm
Any Bix on Cornet tonight?
Tue. 7/1/14 8:23pm
Sounds good out here. Tell it to the Marines! Glad i found this show :)
Tue. 7/1/14 8:41pm
god bless wfmu! great show.
Tue. 7/1/14 8:44pm
Ah you played Do Me a Favor, that's actually the first song I actively remember learning was my grandfather's :) Lovely show!
Tue. 7/1/14 8:52pm
that last one was pretty deep for 1915!
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