Various - Edison - The Incredible Talking Machine

Artist:
Various
Category:
Pop
Name:
Edison - The Incredible Talking Machine
Quality:
FLAC, MP3
Label:

Edison Records ‎– 77-5

Type:

Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Country:

US

Date of released:


Category:

Pop

Style:

Speech, Light Music, Music Hall, Opera


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A1Thomas Alva Edison
Mary Had A Little Lamb
Voice – Thomas Alva Edison

0:14
A2Thomas Alva Edison
Intructory Speech
Voice – Thomas Alva Edison

2:19
A3Edison Concert Band
Pan American Exposition March
Ensemble – Edison Concert Band

2:27
A4Fred Van Eps
Sunflower Dance
Banjo – Fred Van Eps

2:10
A5Sophie Tucker
That's Lovin' Rag
Vocals – Sophie Tucker

1:52
A6Ada Jones And Billy Murray
Not Tonight Josephine
Performer – Ada Jones, Billy Murray

4:15
A7Billy Murray And Chorus*
Ballymooney And Biddy McGee
Vocals – Billy Murray

3:18
A8Edward Meeker
It's The Girl That Makes The Seaside
Vocals – Edward Meeker

3:35
B1Billy Jones And Ernest Hare
Wrap Me Up And Send Me A C.O.D.
Performer – Billy Jones , Ernest Hare

3:35
B2Gladys Rice And Chorus*
Madelon
Vocals – Gladys Rice

3:26
B3Ernest Stevens Trio*
Auf Wiedersehen
Ensemble – Ernest Stevens Trio*

3:36
B4Aileen Stanley
There's A Little Bit Of Irish In All Of Us
Vocals – Aileen Stanley

2:57
B5Edoardo Ferrari-Fontana
Vesti La Giubba—Pagliacci
Tenor Vocals – Edoardo Ferrari-Fontana

3:28
B6Edward Meeker
Vending Machine Slogan Or Thank You Recording
Voice – Edward Meeker

0:16
B7Eva Taylor
West End Blues
Ensemble – Clarence Williams Orchestra*Vocals – Eva Taylor

3:24


Companies, etc.




  • Pressed By

    Recorded Publications Company



Credits




  • Cover, Design

    Leah Burt


  • Photography By

    Jim Lent


  • Producer

    McGraw-Edison Compagny,
    eastern National Park And Monument Association


  • Recorded By

    Thomas Alva Edison


  • Remastered By [Re-Recording]

    Merritt Sound Recording


  • Sleeve Notes

    Vernon Betts



Notes


A1 recorded August 12, 1927
A2 recorded October 3, 1908
A3 recorded June 1901
A4 recorded August 1901
A5 recorded May 1910
A6 recorded August 12, 1927