Webcam video from Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 4:00 PM (EST) Moonlight in Jungle Land (Darky Duet) (Dempsey-Schmid) Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan with Orchestra - Victor Record 16483-B (Matrix No. 626)(Recorded on February 12th,1910) (Take is unknown). This record was played on my 1917 Meteor Phonograph using a loud tone steel needle at 7. 0 . Thanks for watching and listening.
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The American Quartet was a four-member vocal group that recorded for various companies in the United States between 1899 and 1925. The membership varied over the years, but the most famous line-up - comprising John Bieling (first tenor), Billy Murray (second tenor), Steve Porter (baritone), and William F. Hooley (bass) - recorded for the Victor Talking Machine Company from 1909 to 1913
Collins & Harlan, the team of American singers Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan formed a popular comic duo between 1903 and 1926. They sang ragtime standards as well as what were known as "coon songs" – music sung by white performers in a black dialect. Their material also employed many other stereotypes of the time including Irishmen and farmers. Fellow recording artist Billy Murray nicknamed them "The Half-Ton Duo" as both men were rather overweight
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Исполнитель: Billy Murray & American Quartet.
Billy Murray, tenor; Ada Jones, soprano; Haydn Quartet; Harry MacDonough, tenor; John Bieling, tenor; S. H. Dudley, baritone; William F. Hooley, bass; American Quartet; Will Oakland, countertenor; John Bieling, tenor; Steve Porter, baritone; William F. Hooley, bass; Aileen Stanley, soprano; Ed Smalle, tenor; International Novelty Orchestra; Midnight Ramblers; Walter Scanlan, tenor; Harry's Tavern Band. Come Josephine in My Flying Machine: Inventions and Topics in Popular Songs 1910-1929.
Big songs by Billy Murray and the American Quartet, Heidelberg Quintet, Ada Jones, Bob Roberts doing "Ragtime Cowboy Joe," a very young Al Jolson singing "That Haunting Melody" and "Ragging the Baby to Sleep," Collins and Harlan, Harry Lauder, and more. Deluxe, full-color 24-page booklet features detailed notes on the songs, an historical essay, and rare graphics. Catalogue number: ARCH 9003. Original release date: April 4, 2001.
|A||–Billy Murray And American Quartet||Casey Jones|
|B||–Collins And Harlan||Moonlight In Jungle Land|
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