Monthly Archives: March 2012

“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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Dixie Daisies/Ernest Carle’s Society Players – 1923

“I’ve Got A Song For Sale (That My Sweetie Turned Down)” Dixie Daisies 1923 (Cameo 414 mx 652) “Cry Baby” Ernest Carle’s Society Players 1923 (Cameo 414 mx 650) Here is an acoustically recorded (i.e., pre microphone) Cameo record from … Continue reading

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Bob Haring & His Orchestra – Two 1929 Film Songs

  “Some Sweet Day” Bob Haring And His Orch Dick Robertson, vocal 1929 (Brunswick 4273) “Weary River” Bob Haring And His Orch Dick Robertson, vocal 1929 (Brunswick 4273) Here are a couple of nice sides by Bob Haring And His … Continue reading

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