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Discussion in 'Radio' started by Flicka, Oct 27, 2012.
Harry MacDonough -- It's Tulip Time In Holland (1915)
i highly recommend James P Johnson 1921-28 from the Complete Jazz series.
you can buy it on itunes for a fiver.
check out 'Skiddle de Scow'.
(sample lyric... "black bottom was a wow but it ain't like skiddle de scow")
Isham Jones and his Orchestra -- Never Again (1924)
1. Aileen Stanley -- You Made Me Forget How To Cry (1921)
2. Marion Harris -- Beside A Babbling Brook (1923)
3. Isabelle Patricola -- Big Bad Bill (1924)
1. The Original Memphis Five -- Tin Roof Blues (1923)
2. Aileen Stanley & Gene Austin -- When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (1925)
3. Hot Spring Novelty Orchestra -- Just Because You're You, That's Why I Love You (1922)
4. Marion Harris -- Sweet Mama (1920)
5. International Novelty Orchestra -- When Will The Sun Shine For Me (1920)
6. Margaret Young -- Red Hot Henry Brown (1925)
7. Hollywood Dance Orchestra -- Apple Sauce (1923)
The Great White Way Orchestra -- Saw Mill River Road (1923)
My buddy Mike the Barber (who also happens to BE my barber) has a terrific internet radio show every Friday morning, that can also be streamed. It's called The Ragged Phonograph. He specializes in acoustic era recordings, tho he does includes his "electric eight" electronically recorded songs every week. Great stuff. Mike has a vast library of pre 1925 78s.
Consuelo Bello (La Fornarina) -- Luna Park
The song actually references a Luna Park that was located near Paris from 1909 to 1934 rather than the famous Coney Island Luna Park.
Friar's Society Orchestra (New Orleans Rhythm Kings) -- Eccentric (1922)
Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland
Henry Burr (1910)
Lauritz Melchior (Denmark) (1913)
Pacific Coast Ragtimers
Marion Harris -- Jazz Baby (1919)
John Steel -- A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (1919)
featured in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1919 by John Steel
Lucille Hegamin -- You've Had Your Day (1921)
Bar Harbor Society Orchestra -- Arcady (1923)
Al Jolson -- A Broken Doll (1916)
Al Jolson -- You Ain't Heard Nothing Yet (1919)
Marek Weber und sein Orchester -- Tamerlan (1922)
Cole Porter's Old Fashioned Garden
Original Dixieland Jass Band -- Livery Stable Blues (1917)
The very first jazz recording
Herbert Stewart -- When The Lusitania Went Down (1915)