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Category Archives: Columbia

Something different this week as we listen to Columbia A6016 featuring “Sally Down Our Alley” with “Oh You Sweetie” on one side and on the other “They Go Wild, Simply Wild, over Me” in a medley with “Pull the Cork out of Erin”, “Evangeline of Old Arcady”, and “Daniel in the Lions’ Den”; all performed by Jockers Bros. Also: new watch.

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Happy New Year! In this last recorded episode of 2014/first released episode of 2015 we listen to Columbia A3593 which features “Some Sunny Day” and “Poor Little Me” as sung by Marion Harris. Also: the frozen pizza payoff.

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Merry Christmas! A special episode of The Talking Machine is waiting for you under the tree. This week we listen to Columbia E2554 featuring a German mixed quartet of unknown provenance singing “Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht” and “Ihr Kinderlein Kommet”. Also: downers.

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This week’s record is Columbia A3590 featuring “Every Day” in a medley with “Oh Gee, Oh Gosh” from the musical “For Goodness’ Sake” and “Rosy Posy” from the musical “The Blushing Bride” performed by Ted Lewis and His Band. Also: what’s my name?

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A change of pace this week on The Talking Machine as we listen to Columbia A2893 featuring “Beautiful Hawaiian Love” and “Hawaiian Hours with You” performed by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr. Also: Golf.

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The curveball alluded to in last week’s podcast was not supposed to be that it was several days late, so sorry about that. Anyway, last week’s record that we will be listening to a few days late is Columbia A3346 featuring “Rosie” sung by Frank Crumit and “My Gee Gee (from the Fiji Isle)” sung by Tod Weinhold. Also: Ultimate, Parades, and all the Columbias.

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