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Last Gramophoney Baloney of 2012 – Double-length edition

December 31, 2012
1:05 pm

The last show of 2012 turned into a double-length McSchmormathon, the first two hours featuring 2012-released reissues of recordings from before 1950 and the second two hours featuring a selection of Umm Kulthum‘s 1920s-1940s recordings. Thanks for listening during the year, and have a peaceful & prosperous 2013.

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PLAYLIST:

(Act I: A modest selection of reissues released during 2012:)

  • “Washington Post”(excerpt) by Sousa’s Band, conducted by Arthur Pryor from “Under The Double Eagle – The Marches of John Philip Sousa”
  • “To Kalogeraki” by Gus Dussas from “Bed of Pain(compiled and annotated by Ian Nagoski)
  • “Gitti De Gelmeyiverdi – Selçuk, Münir Nureddin from “Turkish Tradition – Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture” (compiled and annotated by Chris King)
  • “Cyganske Vesilia, Pt. 3 [a Gypsy Wedding, Pt. 3]” by Stefana Shkimby I Cyganska Orchestra from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934(compiled and annotated by Chris King)
  • “Gidelim Göksuya” by Meydan Fasil Heyeti from “Turkish Tradition – Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture”
  • “Cyganske Vesilia, Pt. 3 [a Gypsy Wedding, Pt. 3]” by Stefana Shkimby I Cyganska Orchestra from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”* (* yes, I accidentally played it twice – the first time around I actually meant to play track 9 from Disc 1 but this is track 9 from Disc 2 … Oops!!! Live Radio!!!)
  • “Ta Oula Sou” by Kos & Ka. Papagika from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947” (compiled and annotated by Charles Howard)
  • “Ne Çok Çektim Hasretini” by Perihan Altindag-Sözeri from “Turkish Tradition – Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture”
  • “Melography” by Unknown Musician from “Pictures of Sound – One Thousand Years of Educed Audio: 980-1980(compiled and annotated by Patrick Feaster)
  • “It’s Hot Like That” by Charlie McCoy with Chatman’s Mississippi Hot Footers from “Bo Carter & The Mississippi Sheiks” (compiled and annotated by Neil Slaven)
  • “Taqasim Bayat Nay” by Ustaz George Saad from “What Remains of Eden – Anatolian & Levantine Music 1928-1952(compiled and annotated by Ian Nagoski)
  • “La Valse la Prison [The Prison Waltz]” by Douglas Ballard & Kirby Riley from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Dzivaeri, Posses Pliges Mou Anixes” by Marika Politissa from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “Two Step de Maman [Mama’s Two Step]” by Amédé Ardoin & Dennis McGee from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Yia Afto Foumaro Kokaini” by Marika Politissa from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “Beans” by Bo Carter from “Bo Carter & The Mississippi Sheiks”
  • “Nideyim Sahni Çemen” by Üstad Münir Nureddin from “Turkish Tradition – Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture”
  • “Gildelim” by Marika Papagika from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “Eche Yeia Panayia” by Kas. Pipinas from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “She Lied To Me” by Emry Arthur from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Ti Se Melli Esenane” by Kas. Pipinas from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “Balbastre’s Romance (1778)”(excerpt) by Le Père Marie-Dominique-Joseph Engramelle from “Pictures of Sound – One Thousand Years of Educed Audio: 980-1980”
  • “Musica Enchiriadis (10th C.)” by Anonymous from “Pictures of Sound – One Thousand Years of Educed Audio: 980-1980”
  • “Uwiedziona Dziewczyna [The Cheated Girl]” by Franciszek Dukli Wiejska Banda from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Aghan Yar” by Untraced Artists from “What Remains of Eden – Anatolian & Levantine Music 1928-1952”
  • “Yarin Bahçesinde” by Müzeyyen Senar Isil from “Turkish Tradition – Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture”
  • “Dance Sherzad” by Semi Sheheen & His Utica Ensemble from “What Remains of Eden – Anatolian & Levantine Music 1928-1952”
  • “Polka Mazurka” by Ukrainska Selska Orchestra from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Tavas Zeybegi” by Ìzmirli Santuri Recep, Kemani Cemal & Udi Mustafa Beyler  from “Turkish Tradition – Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture”
  • “Aimer Et Perdre (To Love And To Lose)” by Cléoma & Joe Falcon from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Basant khyal: Ab maine man dekheri (ektal)” by Abdul Karim Khan from “Ustad Abdul Karim Khan – 1934-1935(compiled and annotated by Ian Nagoski)

(Act II: Some Umm Kulthum, on the possible occasion of her 108th or 114th birthday:)

  • “Bestenigar Taksim (violoncello)”(excerpt) by Tanburi Çemil Bey from “Tanburi Çemil Bey – Vol. I”
  • “al-Sabbu tafdahuhu ‘uyunuh” (1930) from “Omme Kolsoum – La Diva III
  • “Ya ma nadeet” (1932) from “Oum Kaltsoum – Vol. VII (1936)
  • “Ya layl nujumak” (1936) from “Omme Kolsoum – Wedad – Original Soundtrack
  • “Qul lil-bakhilati” (1930) from “Omme Kolsoum – La Diva I
  • “Kayfa marrat ‘ala hawak” (1938) from “The Legend – Oum Kalsoum – The Arab World’s Greatest Singer
  • “Yawm il-hinna” (1930) from “Oum Kaltsoum – (1930-1931) Vol. III
  • “Akhadhti sutik min ruhi” (1928) from “Omme Kolsoum – La Diva II
  • “Ghanna al-rabi” (1946) from “The Legend – Oum Kalsoum – The Arab World’s Greatest Singer”
  • “Min illi qal” (1936) from “Oum Kaltsoum – Vol. VII (1936)”
  • “Ya tayr ma ‘ayish asir” (1936) from “Omme Kolsoum – Wedad – Original Soundtrack”
  • “Amana ayyuha al-qamar al-mutill” (1930) from “Omme Kolsoum – La Diva II”
  • “Ruhi wi-ruhak” (1930) from “Oum Kaltsoum – Vol. VII (1936)”
  • “Tira’i ghayri” (1928) from “Omme Kolsoum – La Diva II”
  • “Ijma’i ya Misru!” (1936) from “The Legend – Oum Kalsoum – The Arab World’s Greatest Singer”
  • “Imta al-hawa” (1932) from “Oum Kaltsoum – Vol. VII (1936)”

(the above dates are taken from this site, and differ from many given by the above CDs, as announced during the show)

(Epilogue:)

  • “Twist It Baby” by Bo Carter from “Bo Carter & The Mississippi Sheiks”
  • “Feredze Foro” by Rita Abadzi from “Remetika 7 – Women of Rembetika 1908-1947”
  • “I’m An Old Bumble Bee” by Bo Carter from “Bo Carter & The Mississippi Sheiks”
  • “Under The Double Eagle”(excerpt) by Sousa’s Band, conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret from “Under The Double Eagle – The Marches of John Philip Sousa”

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