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Edison Blue Amberol Records

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Archeophone Archives:
Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 7 (1721–1750)

Another 30 selections released on Edison's new format, the Blue Amberol cylinder. These cylinders were released in April and May 1913. All of the transfers are done from the best copies of these cylinders to archival quality standards and expertly restored.

Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 7 (1721–1750) is the seventh volume in our new series, Archeophone Archives. Archives releases are digital exclusives available for purchase from iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.

 

Liner Notes

The complimentary liner notes that accompany this release include background on the Blue Amberol format, notes on the transfers, and images of some of the marketing material that originally accompanied the cylinder releases in the Edison Phonograph Monthly. The 12-page document is available for download as an Adobe Acrobat file.

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1. 1721 - O, Little Mother of Mine—Frank Croxton and Chorus (1913)
2. 1722 - Hungarian Dances-G Minor and D Major—The Tollefsen Trio (1913)
3. 1723 - The Hymns of the Old Church Choir—Edison Mixed Quartet (1913)
4. 1724 - Let Me Like a Soldier Fall—Charles Hackett and Chorus (1913)
5. 1725 - Flanagan's Irish Jubilee—Steve Porter & Co. (1913)
6. 1726 - Annie Laurie—Ferdinand Himmelreich (1913)
7. 1727 - Deep Down in My Heart—Joseph Parsons (1913)
8. 1728 - The Two Beggars—Harry Anthony and James F. Harrison (1913)
9. 1729 - Ride of the Thuringia Hussars—United States Marine Band (1913)
10. 1730 - William Tell Fantasie—Charles Daab (1913)
11. 1731 - The Idol's Eye—Victor Herbert and His Orchestra (1913)
12. 1732 - Laughing Love—New York Military Band (1913)
13. 1733 - Underneath the Cotton Moon—Billy Murray and Chorus (1913)
14. 1734 - Here's to Love—Elizabeth Spencer (1913)
15. 1735 - Georgia Land—Walter Van Brunt and Chorus (1913)
16. 1736 - My Little Persian Rose—Charles W. Harrison (1913)
17. 1737 - That Old Girl of Mine—James F. Harrison and Chorus (1913)
18. 1738 - When I Lost You—Irving Gillette (1913)
19. 1739 - All Night Long—Anna Chandler (1913)
20. 1740 - Favorite Airs from the Geisha—Edison Light Opera Company (1913)
21. 1741 - I'll Get You—Walter Van Brunt (1913)
22. 1742 - Beautiful Isle of Somewhere—Harry Anthony and James F. Harrison (1913)
23. 1743 - The Trail of the Lonesome Pine—Manuel Romain (1913)
24. 1744 - Tango Land—'National Promenade Band (1913)
25. 1745 - My Faith Looks up to Thee—The Frank Croxton Quartet (1913)
26. 1746 - You're Just as Sweet at Sixty as You were at Sweet Sixteen—Will Oakland (1913)
27. 1747 - The Baseball Girl—Ray Cox (1913)
28. 1748 - Love and Devotion—Venetian Instrumental Trio (1913)
29. 1749 - Good-bye Boys—Billy Murray (1913)
30. 1750 - Blue Danube Waltz—American Standard Orchestra (1913)
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