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1917: "Yankees to the Ranks"

1917: Yankees to the Ranks

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1917: "Yankees to the Ranks" presents 25 songs from the year the U.S. declared war on Germany and entered into World War I. The 24-page color booklet includes extensive notes on all the songs and an interpretive historical essay that tells the story of patriotic volunteerism. Old favorite artists such as Billy Murray, Campbell and Burr, and Collins and Harlan are all here in clear restored audio; so too are newcomers Van and Schenck, Marion Harris, Dietrich and Wright, Anna Wheaton with James Harrod, Arthur Fields, and the Original Dixieland Jazz Band on their first record!


Eddie Morton: Ed. Morton's "Bit of Broadway"

1914: Her Memory Haunts You

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The Sound of Vaudeville, Vol. 2 covers the career of Eddie Morton from 1911 through 1917. He was one of the variety stage's most important song pluggers of the era: if Eddie featured it, it would be a hit. All-time classics include "The Oceana Roll" and "Play That Barbershop Chord." Don't miss Morton's own compositions, "Noodle Soup Rag" and "I've Got You, Steve!" Researcher Ryan Barna revisits the early life of Morton and fills in some gaps before taking us to the end of Eddie's stage life and beyond, when he ran a restaurant on the Wildwood boardwalk called Ed. Morton's "Bit of Broadway." 

Van and Schenck: "Pennant-Winning Battery of Songland"

Pennant-Winning Battery of Songland

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"Pennant-Winning Battery of Songland" compiles the first recordings made by Jazz Age superstars Gus Van and Joe Schenck. The collection features 28 selections recorded between 1916 and 1918 and includes a 28-page color booklet with biographical notes by vaudevillian and author Trav S.D. that trace their rise from boyhood friends performing in Brooklyn to vaudeville superstars. The booklet also includes full discographical information for the featured selections and lots of images of both the duo and the recordings.

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