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Rhythm Club (NL)  If I Had You   Favoriting 1949   
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Boswell Sisters and Red Nichols  California Medley (Part 1)   Favoriting 1932   
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Henry Gerro  Gefilte Fish   Favoriting 1928   
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Bo (Chatman) Carter  Corrine Corrina   Favoriting 1928   
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Margaret Whiting  Little Girl Blue   Favoriting 1947   
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Wilbur Sweatman  Darktown Strutters' Ball   Favoriting 1918   
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Tito Schipa  Dalla Sua Place (Mozart - Don Giovanni)   Favoriting 1927  Tito Schipa (1889-1965) Famous Italian tenor, also composer. Had an extremely long singing carreer of 52 years. 
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Zofia Terne  Juz Jestem Taka Glupia   Favoriting 1940  "It's Foolish But It's Fun" (Polish) 
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Ab & Greetje Scholte  Drie Kleine Kleutertjes   Favoriting 1936   
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Luis Mariano  Tu M' As Dit Je T' Aime (Besame Mucho)   Favoriting 1946   
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Billie Holiday  I'll Get By   Favoriting 1937   
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Nora Bayes  In Miami   Favoriting 1919   
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Corinne Morgan & Frank C Stanley  Juanita   Favoriting 1905  Corinne Morgan (1876 – 1942 or 1945) stage name of Corinne Welsh was contralto singer and recording pioneer.
Morgan mostly sang sentimental ballads and is best known for her duet recordings with Frank C. Stanley.
She is not known to have recorded after 1909, although she worked as a professional singer until at least 1919.
 
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Abe Schwartz's Klezmer Orchestra  Dem Rebens Tanz (Rabbi's Dance)   Favoriting 1929   
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Linn Milford Hawaiians  Lay My Head Beneath A Rose   Favoriting 1929  (vocal - Al Bowlly) 
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Gene Autry  Rheumatism Blues   Favoriting 1931   
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Eddie South  Improvisation Sur Le Premier Mouvement...Bach   Favoriting 1937  Listener WR pointed out that the guitarist and violinist with South on this recording are Stéphane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt. 
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Annie de Reuver  Zeg Wil Je Misschien Eens Even Naar Mijn Hartje Kijken   Favoriting 1953  Annie de reuver 1917 - 2016 one of the most popular Dutch singers of the 40s and 50s,
had her own radio show in the 1970s,
performed until she was 90. In 2007 Rien Wolters published her biography: "Onverbloemd"
 
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Charles Daab (bells)  Alpine Rose   Favoriting 1910   
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Ada Jones  Have You Seen My Henry Brown   Favoriting 1906   
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Andrzej Bogucki  Oj Diridi   Favoriting 1934  Soundtrack ' Antek Policmajster ' 
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Walter Van Brunt  The Humoreske Song   Favoriting 1915   
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Beryl Davis  It's A Hap Hap Happy Day   Favoriting 1940   
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Ada Jones & Len Spence  Krausmeyer Taking The Census   Favoriting 1910   
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Albert Bol  ELTA Vlieglied   Favoriting 1919  Albert Bolhuys (1879-1920) Dutch comedian-singer 
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Clyde McCoy  Mr Wah Wah   Favoriting 1946   
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Co Hagedoorn  De Man Met De Banjo   Favoriting 1950  (1921-2010) combined his singing career with his job as a sales manager at an envelope factory. A lot of people know his voice from the Dutch language leader of Ivan Hoe. 
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Eddie Peabody  La Paloma (banjo mandoline solo)   Favoriting 1931   
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Alessandro Bonci  A Te O Cara (Bellini - I Puritani)   Favoriting    
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Carl Nebe Quartet  Liederperlen   Favoriting 1910   
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Benny Goodman  Bach Goes To Town   Favoriting 1938   
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Bert van Dongen  Eenmaal Moet Je Gaan Varen   Favoriting 1935   
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Edison Grand Concert Band  Liberty Bell March   Favoriting 1896   
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Lots and lots of other audio antiquities on WFMU:

Centennial Songs - The Antique Phonograph Music Program contextually presented by Michael Cumella

The Ragged Phonograph Program with Mike Haar Original ragtime, jazz, and pop music from the first quarter of the 20th century, with historical background on vaudeville-era artists

Thomas Edison's Attic The audio curator at Edison National Historic Site rummages through the archives of the legendary Edison Laboratory of West Orange, New Jersey

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

Music from the 1920s in the January 7, 2020 episode of Continental Subway with David Dichelle


Listener comments!

  10:08am
L:

Aha, it's as if I knew there would be Yiddish :) Hoi Jan!
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Jan Turkenburg:

Hoi L!
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Domenic:

Margaret Whiting , nice song. Nina Simone and Polly Bergen sang this. nice versions. HI! Working...
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Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Domenic!
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Domenic:

Hi! I developed a fascination for Billie Holiday about 30 years ago. I heard "My old Flame" on the radio and promptly went out an bought an LP
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am
Jan Turkenburg:

:-)
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chresti:

Hello Jan over 64 sounds!
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Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Chresti!
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Sem:

Hiya, Jan, chresti, Domenic, and all assembled.
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Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Sem!
  11:06am
Martinibomb:

Good morning Jan, Sem, Chresti, Dom & L
  11:06am
Martinibomb:

I'm just getting a pot o coffee going while I listen
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chresti:

Hi Sem and Martinibomb!
  11:10am
L:

Hi MB :)
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Jan Turkenburg:

Hi MB!
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Mr Fab:

Hi Jan. Great to hear music that makes even me feel young!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am
Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Mr Fab
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Ursula1000:

aloha!
  11:27am
Martinibomb:

I forgot to check my pledge page yesterday arrrrg!
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Mr Fab:

the census is when the government takes stock of its population: how many citizens, what is their age, race, income, etc.
  11:31am
Martinibomb:

Wah wah invented in mid/late 60s
  11:32am
Martinibomb:

I think there is an interesting story behind the invention I seem to remember reading about the history of it. Can't remember any details right now tho
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chresti:

The birth of Wah Wah!
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Mr Fab:

Cool crazy tune! This must be referring to using a mute on a horn.
  11:33am
Martinibomb:

this isn't really wah it's more delay, delay, delay
  11:33am
Martinibomb:

Oh yeh that's what the ref is the horn right
  11:34am
L:

Wiki excerpt:
Etymology
The word is derived from the sound of the effect itself; an imitative or onomatopoeia word. The effect's "wa-wa" sound was noted by jazz player Barney Bigard when he heard Tricky Sam Nanton use the effect on his trombone in the early 1920s (Nadal n.d.).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:40am
Jan Turkenburg:

:-) :-) :-) I love this interactive episode !!!
  11:42am
Martinibomb:

Wait, did you say your Dad builds instruments?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45am
Jan Turkenburg:

Yes, he used to. He's 86 now and doesn't have the health and patience anymore, but he built violins and stuff as a hobby.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46am
Jan Turkenburg:

Maybe something for our zine, now I think of it!
  11:49am
Martinibomb:

That is pretty fantastic! Must have been great growing up around someone like that. Having all those instruments around. Wish he could work my upright bass over it needs a little help.
  11:50am
Martinibomb:

That's a good idea Jan! I'd love to read about your Dad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am
Jan Turkenburg:

He started doing that when we were already adults, but his two grandchildren indeed grew up surrounded by instruments :-)
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BC Sterrett:

Hey everyone, just woke up, trying to get ready :)
  11:54am
Martinibomb:

Wow! cutting it close BC hahah! Been there done that.
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Domenic:

Love the Benny Goodman /Bach!
  11:58am
Martinibomb:

Thanks Jan! Yeh that was a real good show today
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chresti:

Thanks Jan! Way to go Lisa!
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Mr Fab:

Such a great way to kick off my morning
. And BIG thanks to you super groovy early donators! Stay tuned:
www.wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:44pm
WR:

I am archive listening, and I am very happy to find that you've started to list the recordings individually and plus putting the images is very nice extra. Extra thank you for the extra effort.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm
WR:

Looked up the Eddie South recording and it appears that the guitarist and violinist with South are Stéphane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt. !!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:33am
Jan Turkenburg:

Thank you WR! I will put that info into the playlist. If you look into older episodes you will see, I have reconstructed all playlist.
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