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|Just Like A Rainbow||The Columbians||Columbia A3472 10" 1921|
|To A Wild Rose||Jacques Hoffman||Victor 17101 10" 1912|
|Fancy You Fancying Me||Edna White Trumpet Quartette||Columbia A2538 10" 1918|
|San Francisco Souvenir March||Pietro||Victor 18189 10" 1918|
|Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula||Howard Kopp & Samuel Jospe||Columbai A2058 10" 1916|
|Macushla||John McCormack||Victor 64205 10" 191?|
|Your Eyes Have Told Me So||John McCormack||Victor 64860 10" 191?|
|Keep The Home Fires Burning||John McCormack||Victor 64696 10" 1917|
|When My Sweetie Puts Her Lovin' On||Ukulele Ike||Pathe 032054 10" 1924|
|It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo||Wendell Hall||Victor 19171 10" 1921|
|Cheatin' On Me||Ukulele Bailey||Cameo 734 10" 1925|
|The Next Hosre I Ride On||Vesta Victoria||Victor 5181 10" 1907|
|Nobody||Bert Williams||Columbia A1289 Disc 1913|
|So What's The Use?||Billy Murray||Victor 5311 10" 1907|
|Noodle Soup Rag||Eddie Morton||Victor 17451 10" 1913|
|Say it with Music||The Columbians||Columbia A3472 10" 1921|
Wed. 8/1/07 12:27am
Ukulele Bailey sounds to me like a very young Gene Austin who was under contract to Victor. Could be.
Wed. 8/1/07 11:13am
Re: Ukelele Ike's "When My Sweetie Puts Her Lovin' On" - it sounds like he's singing "She gets me so fucked up, I'm gone, little beauty." But if I try, in one instance he might be saying "puffed up." Who knows? Poor, poor hearing-impaired me.
A website about him says he: "developed a style of improvised singing, which he called "effin". "Effin" sounds a lot like the human voice imitating a hot trumpet or kazoo solo."
Effin = F'ing???
Thu. 8/2/07 9:48am
Hello from Hove UK: Ukelele Ike indeed sang song's with "dirty" lyrics. There are CDs of his "banned" records, very interesting...
A Big MAC Fan
Sun. 8/26/07 3:43pm
Regarding the squeal at the end of the record: you say this is a part of the phonograph sound. I don't believe this is true. On the Victrolas I have, there is a fibrous pad that stops the platter. The squeal is caused by the effect of the years on the pad, which has caused it to become hard and dry.
Fri. 2/29/08 3:32am
Ukelele Ike's lyric is "Puffed up," clearly--puffed up like a toad. as for John McCormack, nobody sings like him--nobody! i assume we don't hear more of him, because so much has been issued on CD. what an amazing talent.
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