Gramophoney Baloney

Gramophoney Baloney – Jan. 20th 2012

Sunday, January 20

Whoah! Second miscue-free show in a row! D.J. McSchmormac is truly on fire with a vividly varied selection of vintage recordings 1920-1950, including three that feature Django Reinhardt, whose birthday is coming up later in the week ahead.


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Django Reinhardt


  • “Koster Valsen”(excerpt) by Lager-Olson Quartet from “Global Accordion – Early Recordings”
  • “Quand Je Suit Partis Pour Le Texas (When I Left For Texas)” by Cléoma Breaux, Joe Falcon & Ophy Breaux from “Cajun – Vol. 1 Abbeville Breakdown 1929-1939”
  • “Loveless Love” by Thomas “Fats” Waller from “Portrait Vol.1”
  • “Rosie” by C.B. ’88’ Cook and Axe Gang from “Presenting the Alan Lomax Collection”
  • “I’m Gonna Run To The City of Refuge” by Blind Willie Johnson from “Blind Willie Johnson and the Guitar Evangelists”
  • “I Wonder To Myself” by Tommy Johnson from “Legends of the Country Blues”
  • “Farrell O’Gara” by Michael Coleman from “Ceoltóir Mórthionchair na hAoise – Ireland’s most influential traditional musician of the 20th century”
  • “The Saga of Jenny” by Danny Kaye from “Kurt Weill”
  • “(Grieg’s) Violin Sonata No. 3 in C minor, Op. 45: III. Allegro animato” by Fritz Kreisler & Sergey Rachmaninoff from “Beethoven-Schubert-Grieg – Violin Sonatas”
  • “(Stravinsky’s) Ebony Concerto” by (Woody) Herman’s Herd conducted by Igor Stravinsky from “Octet To Orpheus – The Neo-Classical Stravinsky”
  • “Nozaki-mura no dan from Shinpan utazaimon” by Takemoto Oritayû, Takezawa Danroku & Nozawa Katsuyoshi from “Japanese Traditional Music – Koto and Shamisen – Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai 1941”
  • “La Corneta China (The Chinese Cornet)” by Miguel Matamoros & Rafael Cueto from “Hot Music from Cuba – 1907-1936”
  • “Furniture Payment (from “Thicker Than Water”)” by Laurel & Hardy etc. from “Another Fine Mess Records Presents Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy”
  • “The Wild Wagoner” by Jilson Setters (aka. James Wilson Day) from “Anthology Of American Folk Music – Edited By Harry Smith”
  • “I Wish I Had a Nickel” by Hank Williams from “Lovesick Blues – August 1947-December 1948 – Volume II”
  • “Miss Liza, Poor gal” by The Teneva Ramblers from “RCA Country Legends – The Bristol Sessions – Vol. 1”
  • “Little Betty Brown” by Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies from “Daddy of Western Swing”
  • “Kick It!” by The Gene Krupa Orchestra feat. Anita O’Day from “Anita O’Day with Gene Krupa & Stan Kenton – expanded edition”
  • “Minore, Skliro To Peprameno” by Katina Homatianou from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “It Won’t Be You” by Bessie Smith from “Vol. 4 – Empty Bed Blues – Original Recordings 1927-1928″
  • “That’ll Learn Ya” by The Maddox Bothers & Rose from “That’ll Learn Ya Durn Ya”
  • “Směs Českých Narodnich Tanců” by Pepa Sňábl & Ondřez Ludvik from “The Ace & Deuce of Pipering – 1906-1947”
  • “Siroon Aghcheek” by Udi Hrant from “The Early Recordings – Volume 1”
  • “Casbah (Song of the Medina)” by Sidney Bechet from “L’Album Souvenir – 1949 – Les Premiers Enregistrements Parisiens”
  • “El Bood Tale” by Omme Kolsoum from “La Diva IV”
  • “Stackolee” by Mississippi John Hurt from “The Best of Mississippi John Hurt – Columbia – Original Masters”
  • “God is a Battle Axe (Take 2)” by The Sallie Martin Singers from “Throw Out the Lifeline”
  • “Kolomyjka Lubka (Sweetheart Kolomyjka)” by Ukrainska Selska Orchestra from “Ukrainian Village Music – Historic Recordings 1928-1933”
  • “C’est ça Java” by by Orchestre Musette avec refrain chante from “France – Une Anthologie des Musiques Traditionelles”
  • “L’Ondee” by Jean Vaissade from “Django Reinhardt – Musette to Maestro 1928-1937– The early work of a guitar genius”
  • “(It’s Only A) Paper Moon” by Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France, avec Stéphane Grappelli from “Djangology”
  • “Debussy’s Reverie” by Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France from “Kind of Reinhardt”

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