Gramophoney Baloney

Gramophoney Baloney – January 27th 2013

Sunday, January 27

D.J. McSchmormac returns to the wonky form that listeners have grown accustomed to, with trademark miscues, and a selection of recordings dating from 1911-1949, including a couple of recent releases.


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  • “The Flying Scotsman” by Sidney Torch from “Cinema Organ – Volume I”
  • “Mule Skinner Blues” by Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys from “All The Classic Releases 1937-1949“
  • “West Virginia Gals” by Al Hopkins and his Buckle Busters from “Harry Smith’s Anthology Of American Folk Music, Volume Four”
  • “(Schubert arr. Kreisler) Rosamunde” by Fritz Kreisler with Michael Raucheisen from “The Charming Maverick – Plays…”
  • “Dakhalt Marra” by Asmahan from “Les Archives De La Musique Arabe – Volume 1”
  • “Uzbekiston Dyorim” by A. Mirzaeva from “The Secret Museum of Mankind – Central Asia – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “My Clam Digger Sweetheart” by Yogi Yorgesson from “Pre-1951 Yogi Yorgesson”
  • “Dem Rebens Tanz (The Rabbi’s Dance)” by Art Shryer’s Orchestra from “Klezmer Pioneers – European American Recordings 1905-1952”
  • “Bagesri” by Surat Band from “Sprigs of Time – 78s from The EMI Archive”
  • “Mandalena” by Marika Papagika from “Greek Popular and Rebetic music in New York 1918 – 1929”
  • “Cintec De Joc (hora): Trece Mindra Pe Colnic” by Ioana Zlataru & Nicolae Zlataru from “Village Music from Romania: Oltenia, Runc and the Villages of Gorj”
  • “(Stravinsky’s) Orpheus, ballet in 3 scenes for orchestra: Scene 2: Pas d’action” by The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra conducted by Igor Stravinsky from “Octet To Orpheus – The Neo-Classical Stravinsky”
  • “Kinnekulle-Schottis” by Hjalmar Peterson’s Hobo Orchestra from “Gay Life in Dikanka – R. Crumb’s Old-Time Favorites”
  • “Aloma” by Jim and Bob from “Genial Hawaiians – Jim and Bob – Plus George Ku and his Pacific Islanders
  • “Blues Collins” by “The Grand Slam of Swing” – The Slam Stewart Quartet from “The Chronological Classics – 1945-1946”
  • “Hora” by Unknown musicians from “Song Of The Crooked Dance – Early Bulgarian Traditional Music 1927-42″
  • “Céline ” by Édith Piaf & Les Compagnons de la Chanson from “La Vie En Rose”
  • “Celle Qui Est Perdre” by Michel Warlop & son Orchestre featuring Germaine Sablon (vocal) from from “Django Reinhardt – Musette to Maestro 1928-1937– The early work of a guitar genius”
  • “Je Voudrais Vivre” by Michel Warlop & son Orchestre featuring Germaine Sablon (vocal) from from “Django Reinhardt – Musette to Maestro 1928-1937– The early work of a guitar genius”
  • “Café Society Rag” by Big Joe Turner with Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis from “All The Classic Hits – 1938-1952”
  • “(Rachmaninov’s) Vocalise 0p.34, No. 14” by Gregor Piatigorsky with Ralph Berkowitz from “Concertos and Encores (1934-1950)”
  • “Coast of High Barbary” by The Almanac Singers from “The Sea, The Soil And The Struggle (1941-1942)”
  • “Deep Purple” by Dodo Marmarosa from “Dodo’s Dance”
  • “Cold Winter Blues” by Kokomo Arnold from “Midnight Blues”
  • “Shepherd’s Hey” by William Kimber from “Absolutely Classic – The Music of William Kimber
  • “Dark Loch na Gar” by Néillidh Boyle from “A Feeling In The Blood”
  • “James Alley Blues” by Rabbit Brown from “New Orelans Blues”
  • “Working Man Blues” by Sleepy John Estes from “Legendary Country Blues Artists”
  • “Krakowiak” by J. Davidenko from “Ukrainian and Lemko String Bands In America”
  • “Above My Head I Hear Music In The Air” by The Southern Sons from “1940’s Vocal Groups -Southern Sons (1941-1944) – Harmonizing Four (1943)”
  • Skokiaan” by The African Dance Band of the Cold Storage Commission of Southern Rhodesia from “Rocket Infinity: The Global Rise of Rocking Music 1942-62
  • “Old Hen Cackle” by Coleman & Harper from “Down In The Basement – Joe Bussard’s Treasure Trove of Vintage 78s – 1926-1937”
  • “(Kreisler’s) Liebesfreud” by Fritz Kreisler with Franz Rupp from “The Charming Maverick – Plays…”


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