Favoriting The Ragged Phonograph Program with Mike Haar: Playlist from August 12, 2014 Favoriting

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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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Aileen Stanley and Johnny Marvin  Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away   Favoriting 1927  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Wally Vernon  This Is The Life   Favoriting 1938  0:02:04 (Pop-up)
Billy Murray  I'll See You in C-U-B-A   Favoriting 1919  0:03:40 (Pop-up)
Arthur Pryor's Band  Darkies Spring Song   Favoriting 1907  0:06:20 (Pop-up)
George J. Gaskin  If a Girl like you Loved a Boy like Me   Favoriting 1905  0:08:53 (Pop-up)
Irving Aaronson & His Commanders  Waffles   Favoriting 1926  0:13:56 (Pop-up)
Jimmy Durante  Can Broadway Do Without Me?   Favoriting 1929  0:16:43 (Pop-up)
Sophie Tucker  There's Something Spanish in My Eyes   Favoriting 1928  0:19:45 (Pop-up)
Vernon Dalhart  There's a New Star in Heaven Tonight - Rudolph Valentino   Favoriting 1926  0:24:58 (Pop-up)
Billy Costello  I'm Popeye The Sailorman   Favoriting 1935  0:28:13 (Pop-up)
Four Southern Singers  Hambone Am Sweet   Favoriting 1933  0:31:18 (Pop-up)
Ralph Kirby and Orchestra  Happy-Go-Lucky You and Broken Hearted Me   Favoriting 1932  0:34:15 (Pop-up)
Cab Calloway  Moonglow   Favoriting 1934  0:36:50 (Pop-up)
The Memphis Jug Band  Sugar Pudding   Favoriting 1928  0:41:31 (Pop-up)
Vess L. Ossman  Maple Leaf Rag   Favoriting 1907  0:44:09 (Pop-up)
American Quartet  Goodbye Broadway, Hello France   Favoriting 1917  0:46:47 (Pop-up)
Dixieland Jug Blowers  If you Can't Maike It Easy, Sweet Mama   Favoriting 1927  0:50:37 (Pop-up)
Ted Weems & His Orchestra  I'm All Broken Up Over You   Favoriting 1924  0:53:16 (Pop-up)
Clarence Williams Blue Five  Cake Walking Babies from Home   Favoriting 1925  0:57:56 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!


Evening, Mike the B.

Hide-eee Hoo-eee.

Jeeeez, Durante sounds like a kid!
Avatar 8:40pm

none of these phonographs sound to ragged. but they do sound beautifully pristine and soothing

How about a show or segment collecting songs featuring kick-ass washboard playing?
Avatar 8:45pm

the idea of you sitting in the studio trying to be as quite as you possibly can while a microphone is pressed against the bell of a gramophone makes me smile.
Avatar 8:46pm

how bout songs about being quiet

Wasn't there a popular artist named Simek who played washboard and kazoo, and also guitar, like a "one-man band" kind of act? He had a number of hit recordings?

I think it's Roy Smeck.


Thanks, Mike!
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