2:20:20 – Enjoy this compilation of old-time music, radio, and whatever else I feel like sharing!

License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/). Attribution: by Shambles Constant – more info at onsug.com
Released January 2015 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

Town Topics of Pun’kin Center (Cal Stewart, 1915)
The Dear Old Songs of Long Ago (Emory B. Randolph, 1915)
Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus (Billy Murray, recorded 6/21/1915)
If That’s Your Idea of a Wonderful Time (Ada Jones, 1915)
Ole Virginny One Step (Victor Military Band, c. 1915)
Transcontinental telephone address to Thomas A. Edison (Miller Reese Hutchinson, recorded c. 10/17/1915)
The Star Spangled Banner (Margaret Woodrow Wilson, 1915)
Moonlight Bay (The Premier Quartet, released September 1915)
Blue Paradise – One-Step (Conway’s Band, recorded 9/21/1915)
Greetings in Bingville (Steve Porter with Ada Jones, Byron G. Harlan, Harlan Knight, 1915)
Hungarian Serenade (Alessios-De Filippis Mandolin Orchestra, 1915)
Dixieland (Peerless Quartet, 1915)
Come ‘Round and Hear the Gramophone (Arthur Lovell, 1915)
Burglar story and the high cost of living (Raymond Hitchcock, c. 1915)
Keep the Home Fires Burning (Reed Miller and Frederick Wheeler, 1915)
I Didn’t Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier (Morton Harvey, 1915)
Gems from ‘Maid in America’ (Victor Light Opera Company, 1915)
Daybreak at Calamity Farm (Gilbert Girard and Company, 1915)
Blame It On The Blues (Victor Military Band, recorded 4/8/1915)
Auf Wiedersehen (Victor Dance Orchestra, 1915)
It’s a Long Way to Tipperary (John McCormack, 1915)
They All Do The Charlie Chaplin Walk (Henry Fay, 1915)
Foolish Questions (Ada Reeve, 1915)
Saint-Saens – Carnival of the Animals – The Swan (Pablo Casals, Charles A. Baker, piano. recorded 1/24/1915)
The way it was in 1915 (Interview with Kathryn Love, Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0)
Thy Heart My Prize (John Charles Thomas, 1915)

Next release: Tapestry #28: Pyramid (1/25/15)

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