The Complete Wolverines: 1924-1928
The Complete Wolverines: 1924-1928 reissues—for the first time and with great clarity—all of the sides made by The Wolverine Orchestra: the groundbreaking records with Bix, the two often-missing Jimmy McPartland sides, and the electrically-recorded sides by the Original Wolverines, featuring McPartland and two other Wolverine alumni. The set features 27 selections and includes a 32-page booklet with notes by David Sager and rare, previously unpublished graphics. Read more, sample the CD, and add a copy to your cart. »
Eddie Morton: Ed. Morton's "Bit of Broadway"
Eddie Morton made a name for himself as a vaudevillian specialty act from about 1903 until 1910, but from 1911 through the rest of his career, he became one of the best-known and most effective song pluggers in the business. He was in high demand from publishers who knew that in Eddie's hands, their song would become a hit. On Ed. Morton's "Bit of Broadway," the second volume of The Sound of Vaudeville, we chronicle the latter part of this enigmatic singer's career. The set includes 27 songs recorded between 1911 through 1917 and features a 28-page full-color booklet with notes and original research by Ryan Barna. Read more, sample the CD, and add a copy to your cart. »
Van and Schenck: "Pennant-Winning Battery of Songland"
"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. Read more, sample the CD, and add a copy to your cart. »
Two new titles slated for June release
Two new CDs will be released this June. 1918: "Like the Sunshine After Rain" is the next volume in our popular Phonographic Yearbook series and features 24 selections and a 24-page full-color booklet. Cal Stewart: The Indestructible Uncle Josh features 30 cylinder selections and a 28-page booklet with notes by scholar Patrick Feaster that offer a biography of Cal and notes on the selections. Sound samples, cover art, and the final track list are online for both releases. [5.20.13]
Archeophone Archives: Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 5 (1621-1650) released
The fifth release on our Archeophone Archives imprint is on sale and available for download. Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 5 (1621-1650) features 30 selections and is available from
Amazon , and
Google Play . See the track listing and order today! [5.13.13]
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- 1877—Billy Murray was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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