Options Surface Noise with Joe McGasko: Playlist from September 16, 2008 Options

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A pennant-winning battery of songland. Ongoing feature: Single File, a half-hour of randomly selected small records with big holes.

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Options September 16, 2008: 78: Train Wreck

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Albert H Arkus with Seymour Silbermintz  And So It Began: The Creation   Options   Reena  early 50s  78   
HelenMcAlerney Barth and Al Smith  Happy All the Time   Options   Happy Time Records  early 50s  MP3  Download it here  
Norman Rose  The Playful Scarf   Options   Children's Record Guild  early 50s  78   
Toby Deane  The Three Little Pigs   Options   Voco Records  1951  MP3  Download it here  
Al "Jazzbo" Collins  The Three Little Pigs   Options   Brunswick  1954  78   
Cliff Carlisle  Wreck of Number 52   Options People Take Warning - Murder Ballads & Disaster Songs 1913-38  Tompkins Square  2007  CD   
Ernest Thompson  The Wreck of the Old Southern 97   Options   Columbia  1924  78   
The Carter Family  Engine 143   Options Anthology of American Folk Music  Smithsonian Folkways  1997  CD  Recorded 1929; Harry Smith's Anthology was originally released in 1952 
Guy Massey  Wreck of the 12:56 on the C. and O.   Options   Perfect    78   
Charlie Poole  Wreck of the Virginian No. 3   Options Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers and the Highlanders  JSP  2005  78   
Frank Petty Trio  Cheeky Cheeky Hoopla   Options   MGM  1950  78   
Maurice Chevalier  On Est Comme On Est   Options 2 fois 20 anos: Volume 2  Pathe  late 50s  LP  Recorded 1938 
Slim Gaillard  Serenade to a Poodle   Options Laughing in Rhythm  Proper  2003  CD  Recorded 1948 
Neil Hefti and His ORchestra  I Woke Up Dizzy   Options   Keynote  1947  78   
Dizzy Gillespie  Tin Tin Deo   Options The Savoy Story  Savoy Jazz  1999  CD  Recorded 1951 
Jelly Roll Morton  King Porter Stomp   Options Absolutely the Best  Fuel 2000  2000  CD  Recorded 1923 

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Listener comments!

  7:05pm Sean Daily:

First comment! Woo hoo!
  7:07pm Sean Daily:

"And when we say hammer, let's bury a claw hammer in our little sister's forehead! Don't forget to tell mommy that the voices made you do it."
  7:08pm Sean Daily:

"And then I tie the other end of my scarf to the chandelier and make sure the knot's right under my left ear, and then I JUMP off the dining room table!"
  7:10pm Sean Daily:

"And then I wrap my scarf around Dolly's neck and I pull it tighter and tighter and TIGHTER and I LAUGH AND LAUGH AND LAUGH AND..."
  8:07am Mark:

What is the name of the background music of your announcement?
  8:13am Mark:

By the way, do you have the 78rpm record called "Nina-Non" sung by Joni James(Released from MGM)? I have it, but it is so worn out so I can't listen it.
  1:18pm Joe M.:

Hi, Mark--
The music I've been using lately is "Swaltzing with Faust" by Fats Waller. You can find it on a collection called "Fine Arabian Stuff" that came out on HighNote Records a few years ago. I think it's fairly available. The rest of the CD is good, too, Fats mostly doing public domain tunes at a 1939 session.

Unfortunately, I don't have any Joni James records, so I can't help you out there. Thanks for listening!
  4:33am Denis Murrell:

Enjoyed 'Don't Call Me Coach, Call Me George'. The Beachcombers were a big Las Vegas live band in the fifties. Have no idea who the lady singing with them was. That record was played on Australian radio in 1953. Now, here's a record I haven't heard since 1957 [or 58]... 'Boppin' In a Sack' by The Lane Brothers [RCA]. Do you think I might be able to hear it one night on your show? A real rarity if ever there was one.
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