Music From 100 Years Ago
Music from the early days of the 20th Century with comments.

Patriotic music performed by Edwin Franco Goldman and the Goldman Band. Music includes: The Stars And Stripes Forever, On The Mall, King Cotton, The Chimes of Liberty, The Dance of The Hours and The National Emblem.

Direct download: 4th_of_July_With_the_Goldman_Band.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:04am CST

Records left off previous podcasts, including: Charleston, Gnomes, Got a Penny, Screech Owl Man, Do I Love You? and Freilecher Yontov.  Performers include: Ivory Joe Hunter, Ma Rainey, Leopold Stokowski, Artie Shaw, The Quintet of the Hot Club of France, Naftule Brandwein and The Skillet Lickers.

Direct download: Leftovers__17.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 9:12pm CST

Shirley Temple singing in Japanese. A 1932 Duke Ellington record, in stereo! John Guilgud reciting Shakespeare.  King Tut's trumpets played.  A Fred Astaire composition. A seven year-old Judy Garland singing.  Glenn Miller attempting German and a little-known George Gershwin concert work.

Direct download: Rarities.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 9:17am CST

The music and life of songwriter, Saul Chaplin.  Songs include: Bei Mir Bist Du Schon, The Anniversary Song, Rhythm Is Our Business, Please Be Kind and Until the Real Thing Comes Along.  Peformers include: Louis Armstrong, The Andews sisters, The Mills Brothers, Maxine Sullivan, The Ink Spots and Al Jolson.

Direct download: Saul_Chaplin.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 3:26pm CST

Songs include: Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk, Walking Blues, In Walked Bud, Walking the Floor, Sidewalk Blues, My Walking Stick  and I Don't Want to Walk Without You. Performers include: Dinah Shore, Louis Armstrong, Thelonius Monk, Tommy Dorsey, Dave Brubeck, Ernest Tubb and Ada Jones.

Direct download: Walking_Music.mp3
Category:podcast -- posted at: 9:43am CST