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Category Archives: 1922

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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It’s been a year to get to this episode, so a few more days couldn’t hurt, right? This week we listen to Victor 73171 which features Orquesta Max Dolin performing “La Golondrina” and “Si Llego a Besarte (Dame un Beso)”. Also: Happy Birthdayversary.

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This week we listen to Victor 18947 featuring two sides by Clyde Doerr and His Orchestra: “Suez” and “I Wish I Knew (You Really Loved Me)”. Also: sample production.

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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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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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It’s cold-and-flu/holiday season and this week we are going to listen to Victor 18964 which features “To-morrow” (aka “I’ll Be in My Dixie Home Again To-morrow”) and “You Gave Me Your Heart (So I Gave You Mine)” (or perhaps “So I Give You Mine”) performed by The Great White Way Orchestra under the direction of Hugo Frey with a piano duet on the A side by Frey and Frank Banta. Also: parties and unresolved teenage emotions.

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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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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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This week we listen to Victor 18940 featuring “Three O’clock in the Morning” and “Oriental Fox Trot (Cui’s ‘Orientale’)” in a medley with “My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice” performed by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Also: more on wedding attire.

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This week we have Victor 18945 featuring “When the Leaves Come Tumbling Down” performed by Clyde Doerr and His Orchestra and “Zenda” performed by Zez Confrey and His Orchestra.

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