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Gramophoney Baloney – Where Cléoma Breaux meets Igor Stravinsky!

May 20, 2012
3:42 pm

On this fine Sunday morning, while the rest of San Francisco was preoccupied with the Bay to Breakers, DJ McSchmormac wove a fine tapestry of pre-1951 recordings, including two each by Cléoma Breaux and Igor Stravinsky, and a bunch of other unpredictable what-not! If variety is the spice of life, you might need a cool drink while you’re listening to this show! – Sound reproductions: 1906-1949.

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PLAYLIST:

  • “El Aeroplano (excerpt)” by Cuarteto de Roberto Firpo from “Seleccion De La Historia Del Tango”
  • “(Bartók’s) Contrasts For Clarinet, Violin And Piano, II. Pihenö (Relaxation)” by Joseph Szigeti, Béla Bartók & Benny Goodman from “Benny Goodman – Collector’s Edition”
  • “(Stravinsky’s) Orpheus, ballet in 3 scenes for orchestra: Scene 2: Pas de deux” by The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra conducted by Igor Stravinsky from “Octet To Orpheus – The Neo-Classical Stravinsky”
  • “Tone Paintings – 1” by Dodo Marmarosa from “Dodo’s Dance”
  • “Let’s Face The Music And Dance” by Fred Astaire from “Irving Berlin In Hollywood”
  • “Abbeville Breakdown” by The Alley Boys Of Abbeville from “Cajun – Vol. 1 Abbeville Breakdown 1929-1939”
  • “Prenez Courage (Take Courage)” by Cléoma Breaux, Joe Falcon & Ophy Breaux from “Cajun – Vol. 1 Abbeville Breakdown 1929-1939”
  • “I’m Gonna Gitcha” by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five from “Original Masters – The Best Of…”
  • “Walk Your Blues Away” by Professor Longhair from “Gettin’ Funky – The Birth of New Orleans R&B”
  • “Sweet Lorraine” by Art Tatum from “California Memories”
  • “Tiger Rag” by Roy Smeck Trio from “With My Little Ukulele In My Hand”
  • “The Laughing Policeman” by Charles Penrose from “Music Hall Memories”
  • “Mechkadarska Pesen (Bear Handler’s Song)” by Georgi Stanev from “Song Of The Crooked Dance – Early Bulgarian Traditional Music 1927-42”
  • “Milenberg Joys” by Rodney Rogers’ Red Peppers from “It’s Hotter In Hawaii”
  • “Mama, Call The Fire Brigade” by WIlmoth Houdini from “Calypso Carnival”
  • “Laghoe Dindang” by Sandur from “Music For The Gods: The Fahnestock South Sea Expedition: Indonesia”
  • “Rolling Stone (Pt.2)” by Robert Wilkins from “Masters of Memphis Blues”
  • “Lift Every Voice and Sing” by The Southern Sons from “1940’s Vocal Groups -Southern Sons (1941-1944) – Harmonizing Four (1943)”
  • “Kassem Miro” by Said El Kurdi “Give Me Love – Songs Of The Brokenhearted – Baghdad, 1925-1929”
  • “Jaleo Por Bulerías” by Leonor Amaya from “Carmen Amaya – Grabaciones Discos Pizarra – Año 1948-50”
  • “Khyal, Rag Bhupali: Tintal” by Gauhar Jan from “Vintage Music From India – Early 20th Century Classical And Light Classical Music”
  • “C’est Si Triste Sans Lui” by Cléoma Breaux, Joe Falcon & Ophy Breaux from “Anthology Of American Folk Music – Edited By Harry Smith”
  • “O Ravazaha-Quadrille” by Andrianary Ratianarivo Orchestra from “Gay Life in Dikanka – R. Crumb’s Old-Time Favourites”
  • “Whistle, Daughter, Whistle” by Delia Murphy from “The Legendary Queen of Irish Folk Singers”
  • “Sibando” by Carlos Gardel from “100 por Carlos Gardel – Una exquisita selección”
  • “My Blue Ridge Mountain Home” by Vernon Dalhart with Carson Robison from “Puttin’ On The Style – The Edison Collection”
  • “The Day W.C. Fields Drank A Glass Of Water” by W.C. Fields with Les Paul from “The Golden Age of Comedy”
  • “Clownin’ The Frets” by Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Trio from “It’s Hotter In Hawaii”
  • “(Stravinsky’s) Rag-Time For Eleven Instruments” by Orchestra Della Svizzera Italiana conducted by Igor Stravinsky from “Octet To Orpheus – The Neo-Classical Stravinsky”
  • “Buffalo Rag” by Vess L. Ossman from “Scott Joplin & The Kings of Ragtime”
  • “Operatic Rag” by Joseph Moskowitz from “Scott Joplin & The Kings of Ragtime”
  • “Alabama Song” by Lotte Lenya & The Three Admirals with the Theo Mackeben Jazz Orchestra from “Kurt Weill”
  • “Y’a D’la Joie” by Charles Trenet from “Chantons Français 1934-1936”
  • “Sweet Little Papa” by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five from “Original Masters – The Best Of…”
  • “John O’Carr” by King Radio from “Calypso Carnival”
  • “Lyrios (excerpt)” by Cortes Y Sus Hawaiians from “It’s Hotter In Hawaii”


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