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 22, 2014: Back from London
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|Artist||Track||Album||Approx. start time|
|John McCormack||It's A Long Way To Tipperary||1914||0:00:00 ()|
|Wally Vernon||This Is The Life||1938||0:02:42 ()|
|Ada Jones||He Never Even Said Goodbye||1907||0:04:16 ()|
|Al Goering's Collegians||I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover||1927||0:06:17 ()|
|Ben Pollack and his Californians||Deed I Do||1926||0:08:56 ()|
|Prince's Military Band||Temptation Rag||1910||0:13:43 ()|
|Billy Murray||He's A Devil In His Own Hometown||1914||0:16:59 ()|
|The Varsity Eight||Those Panama Mamas||1924||0:19:27 ()|
|Nick Lucas||A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich & You||1926||0:23:59 ()|
|Irving Kaufman||Lucky Lindy||1927||0:26:56 ()|
|Ink Spots||Swingin on the Strings||1935||0:30:31 ()|
|Ralph Kirby and Orchestra||Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea||1932||0:33:12 ()|
|Mrytle Vail and Donna Damarel||Wrigleys||193.||0:35:34 ()|
|Fred Astaire||Let's Call the Whole Thing Off||193..||0:36:59 ()|
|Sophie Tucker||Reuben Rag||1910||0:41:21 ()|
|American Quartet||Chinatown, My Chinatown||1914||0:42:57 ()|
|Vess L. Ossman||Maple Leaf Rag||1907||0:45:33 ()|
|Tennessee Happy Boys||Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again||1926||0:50:10 ()|
|Johnny Marvin||I Can't Believe You're in Love With Me||1927||0:53:34 ()|
|Clarence Williams Blue Five||Cake Walking Babies from Home||1925||0:57:04 ()|
Tue. 7/22/14 8:18pm
I cannot be the only one enjoying this, right?
Tue. 7/22/14 8:26pm
You need confirmation?
Seriously, I hope the commenting feature hasn't degenerated into a no-news-is-bad-news-for-the-DJ thing.
Tue. 7/22/14 8:26pm
Well, maybe I am. But I like this. Thank you!
Tue. 7/22/14 8:28pm
Tue. 7/22/14 8:31pm
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