Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 11 (1841–1870)

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The eleventh release in our Archeophone Archives series presents 30 Blue Amberol cylinders released by Edison in September 1913. Of particular interest in this volume are several popular ragtime selections, including Fred Van Eps' performance of "Alexander’s Ragtime Band." All of the transfers are done from the best copies of these cylinders to archival quality standards and expertly restored.

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 15-page document is available for download as an Adobe Acrobat file.

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Track Listing
1. 1841 - In My HaremBilly Murray1913
2. 1842 - La Rumba--TangoNational Promenade Band1913
3. 1843 - Good-Bye, Boys Medley Two-StepNational Promenade Band1913
4. 1844 - Melinda's Wedding DayArthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan1913
5. 1845 - Daddy Has a Sweetheart and Mother is Her NameManuel Romain1913
6. 1846 - There's One in a Million Like YouWalter Van Brunt1913
7. 1847 - The Whip MarchNew York Military Band1913
8. 1848 - Moonlight BayPremier Quartet1913
9. 1849 - Holy! Holy! Lord God Almighty!Edison Mixed Quartet1913
10. 1850 - Dream FacesElizabeth Spencer and Chorus1913
11. 1851 - Why Did You Make Me Care? Charles W. Harrison1913
12. 1852 - I Laughed at the Wrong TimeCal Stewart1913
13. 1853 - I'm Looking for a Nice Young Fellow Who is Looking for a Nice Young GirlAda Jones and Chorus1913)
14. 1854 - Always Gallant PolkaAlbert Benzler1913
15. 1855 - What a Friend We Have in JesusEdison Mixed Quartet1913
16. 1856 - Where the Silvery Colorado Wends its WayIrving Gillette and Chorus1913
17. 1857 - Memories of HomeVenetian Instrumental Trio1913
18. 1858 - Silver StarAda Jones and Billy Murray1913
19. 1859 - Hula, Hula Medley Two-stepNational Promenade Band1913
20. 1860 - Darling Nellie GrayMetropolitan Quartet1913)
21. 1861 - Wedding of the Winds WaltzP. Frosini1913)
22. 1862 - God is Love, His Mercy BrightensAgnes Kimball, Reed Miller and Frank Croxton1913
23. 1863 - William Tell OvertureEdison Concert Band1913
24. 1864 - Alexander's Ragtime Band MedleyFred Van Eps1913
25. 1865 - Old Black JoeKnickerbocker Quartet1913
26. 1866 - Uncle Josh's Huskin' BeeCal Stewart and Co.1913
27. 1867 - Teddy Bears' PicnicAmerican Symphony Orchestra1913
28. 1868 - LascaEdgar L. Davenport1913
29. 1869 - When the Evening Bells are Chiming Songs of Auld Lang SyneManuel Romain1913
30. 1870 - The ButterflyEugene C. Rose and George Rubel1913)

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