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The Black Diamonds – 1910

  “Dollar Princess Two Step” The Black Diamonds 1910 (HMV B-124 mx 11541) “Irish King March” The Black Diamonds 1910 (HMV B 124 mx 12039) Here are two more selections in an ongoing series featuring recordings from the collection of … Continue reading

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“Dance Of The Song Birds” – 1905

    “Dance Of The Song Birds” Victor Orchestra 1905 (Victor 4648) This one sided Victor record from 1905 comes from the collection of my friend Christian From Dallas who has loaned me a few boxes of records to sort … Continue reading

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Gems From “Whoopee!”/”The New Moon”

“Gems From Whoopee” Victor Light Opera Company 1929 (Victor 35969-B) “Gems From The New Moon” Victor Light Opera Company 1929 (Victor 35969-A) The Victor Light Opera Company was an ensemble of Victor in-house vocalists performing selections from popular operettas and … Continue reading

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Texas Record Collectors’ Party Broadcast This Weekend

This weekend the 2011 Texas Record Collectors’ Party broadcast will air on Radio Dismuke starting at 9:00 AM Central time Saturday.  The broadcast is six hours in length and will run in continuous rotation all day Saturday and all day … Continue reading

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Park Lane Orchestra

“Do You Love Me” Park Lane Orchestra; Al Lynch, vocal 1927 ( Brunswick 3578 B) “Sweet Someone” Park Lane Orchestra; Al Lynch, vocal 1927 ( Brunswick 3578 A) Here are a couple of nice, peppy sides issued under the name of The … Continue reading

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“Amina (Egyptian Serenade)”

  “Amina (Egyptian Serenade)” Sousa’s Band 1909 (Victor 31771) Here is a single sided 12 inch record featuring a song that was written in 1907 by German composer Paul Lincke. The artist credit on the label is John Phillip Sousa’s … Continue reading

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