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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September 23, 2014: Ragged But Right
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|Artist||Track||Album||Approx. start time|
|Riley Puckett||Ragged But Right||1934||0:00:00 ()|
|Wally Vernon||This Is The Life||1938||0:02:22 ()|
|Ben Selvin and His Orchestra||i wonder where my baby is tonight||1925||0:03:55 ()|
|Vaughn De Leath||Crazy Words, Crazy Tune||1927||0:06:59 ()|
|King Oliver with Louis Armstrong||Dippermouth Blues||1923||0:09:45 ()|
|Ada Jones and Billy Watkins||By the Beautiful Sea||1914||0:14:40 ()|
|Billy Murray||Foolish Questions||1909||0:17:58 ()|
|Harry Ellis||Don't be an Old Maid, Molly||1910||0:20:06 ()|
|Billy Jones||Bringin' Home the Bacon||1924||0:24:39 ()|
|May Irwin||MAT-RI-MONY||1907||0:27:18 ()|
|Louis Prima||Chinatown, My Chinatown||1933||0:30:53 ()|
|Phil Spitlany's Music||After The Ball||1932||0:33:55 ()|
|Barrel House Annie||If It Don't Fit, Don't Force It||1937||0:36:18 ()|
|Six Brown Brothers||For Me And My Gal||1917||0:40:15 ()|
|Frank Crumit||I Married the Bootlegger's Daughter||1925||0:42:43 ()|
|Arthur Fields||Moxie||1921||0:45:33 ()|
|Chauncey Olcott||Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral (Irish Lullaby)||1913||0:49:59 ()|
|Earl Oliver's Jazz Babies||Show That Fellow The Door||1926||0:52:46 ()|
|Sister Aimee Semple McPherson||On Prohibition||1926||0:56:41 ()|
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Tue. 9/23/14 8:23pm
Yours is my new favorite program on WFMU. A big plus is that it's archived, something that WFUV doesn't do with The Big Broadcast!
Tue. 9/23/14 8:27pm
Hey! Funny that "by the sea"..,just one of those songs I always heard around the house as a kid. I kinda recall my folks singing or humming it!
Tue. 9/23/14 8:50pm
Just had a Moxie!
From Catawissa PA!!
Tue. 9/23/14 8:53pm
Mike, when did modern culture start? And why do you call yourself "the Barber"? My mind is forever altered by your musical selections. Thank you.
Tue. 9/23/14 8:58pm
moxie still exists?!
Tue. 9/23/14 8:59pm
heck yea, just came out with a diet
Tue. 9/23/14 9:00pm
It's like agressive root beer : )
Tue. 9/23/14 9:05pm
Earl Oliver's Jazz Babies "Show That Fellow The Door" The vocalist sounded like Tom Howard.
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