Options Old Codger with Courtney T. Edison: Playlist from April 29, 2008 Options

The Old Codger: playing 78 RPM records like they're going out of style!

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Options April 29, 2008: Still has full bladder control — and boasts about it often!

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Artist Track
Girls of the Golden West  Lonely Cowgirl   Options
The Chicago Loopers (with Bix & Tram)  Three Blind Mice   Options
Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra  Hodge Podge   Options
Hank Williams  Ramblin' Man   Options
Ted Steele and His Novatones  Mood Indigo   Options
Ted Lewis and His Orchestra  Egyptian Ella   Options
Sophie Tucker  After You've Gone   Options
The Boswell Sisters and the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra  Was That the Human Thing To Do   Options
Washboard Rhythm Boys  Dog and Cat   Options
The Cook Sisters  Make My Cot Where the Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows   Options
Collins H. Driggs (on the Novachord)  Song of the Islands   Options
Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra  Stealin' Apples   Options
The Andrews Sisters  Money Is the Root of Evil   Options
Sippie Wallace  The Flood Blues   Options
Sophie Tucker  No One Man Is Ever Going to Worry Me   Options

Listener comments!

  Tue. 4/29/08 7:16pm Sean Daily:

I wonder how Williams managed that incredible bend in his voice. My guess is pliers and a very sensitive part of his anatomy.
  Sat. 5/3/08 9:56am Ted Pedant:

I am delighted to see you are playing a half of the entire recorded reportoire of The Cook Sisters. In my opinion they are the best of all the sibling acts including Else and Doris Waters. I knew Doris when she was just a puddle.
  Sat. 5/3/08 10:08am Randy Idleburg:

Doris later married Carl Rivers. They spawned a fine family.
  Sat. 5/3/08 10:37am Doris Waters:

Thanks, Ted. You used to say we were the best - POTABLE, you called us.
  Sat. 5/3/08 10:47am A Long Memory:

I can assure Mr Idleburg that they weren't the only family spawned by that rascal. "Rivers, Stay 'Way From My Door" was a popular sentiment round here.
  Sat. 5/3/08 11:04am Irma Quibbling:

On the subject of water, is it true that Collins H. Driggs died drunk playing with his Novachord in the bath?
  Sat. 5/3/08 11:18am John London:

Thank you, Mr Edison. A very funny, very beautiful hour
  Mon. 4/27/09 12:34am Kelly:

Irma, no. Collins H. Driggs died of a heart attack.
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