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Category Archives: Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

This fortnight we listen to Victor 18735 featuring two sides with medleys by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra: “Bright Eyes” with “You Oughta See My Baby” and “Love Bird” with “Under the Honeymoon” (maybe?). Also: breaking things.

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A welcome return from our first and most frequent musical contributor, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, with Victor 18856 featuring “Dear Old Southland” and a medley of “They Call It Dancing” introducing “The Schoolhouse Blues” from Irving Berlin’s “Music Box Revue”. Also: questions answered.

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This week we listen to Victor 19929 featuring “Poor Little Rich Girl” performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra and “What Do I Care?” performed by the International Novelty Orchestra. Also: styli.

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This week we listen to Victor 19151 featuring “I Love You” performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, and “The Life of a Rose” performed by Charles Dornberger and His Orchestra. Also: HELMET

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This week we listen to Victor 18966 featuring “Lovely Lucerne” performed by the Great White Way Orchestra with yodeling from Frank Kamplain, and on the B side, “Romany Love” performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Also: an accident.

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Still sick, so still brief this week as we listen to Victor 19043 featuring “By the Shalimar” and “Sweet One” performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Also: Not much else.

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Boo. Happy Halloween. This week we listen to Victor 19245 featuring “The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)” and “Shanghai Lullaby” performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Also: Racing; birthdays.

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We’re doing things that make us happy this week on The Talking Machine and one of the things that makes us happy is listening to records. This week we listen to Victor 18789 which features Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra performing “In a Boat” and “Sweetheart”. Also: My parents bring me stuff.

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This week we listen to Victor 18962 featuring “Carolina in the Morning” Performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra and “Cow Bells” performed by Zez Confrey and His Orchestra. Also: The agony of defeat.

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Predictable apologies for the lateness! This (last) week’s episode we listen to Victor 18778 featuring “Learn to Smile” and “Oh Me! Oh My!” in a medley with “Dolly” Performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Also: I have become a distinguished gentleman.

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