OTRS 134 “Gonna Catch That M & O” Old-Time Railroad & Rail Riding Songs of the 20’s & 30’s.

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John’s Old Time Radio Show – “Shine Your Light On Me” Old-Time Railroad & Rail Riding Songs of the 20’s & 30’s”. FANTASTIC OLD BLUES RECORDS ABOUT TRAINS AND HOBOIN’ FROM HENEGHAN’S 78 RPM COLLECTION. With special guest, that ex-train hopper EDEN BROWER!!!

  1. Black Train Blues – Bukka White
  2. C. C. & O. Blues – Pink Anderson & Simmie Dooley
  3. MIdnight Special – State Street Boys
  4. K. C. Railroad Blues – Andrew & Jim Baxter
  5. I Hate That Train They Call The M and O – Lucille Bogan
  6. M & O Blues – Willie Brown
  7. New B & O Blues – Bumble Bee Slim
  8. Big Railroad Blues – Cannon’s Jug Stompers
  9. Special Agent (Railroad Police Blues) – Sleepy John Estes
  10. Texas And Pacific Blues – Frenchy’s String Band
  11. Royal Palm Blues – Bobby Leecan & Robert Cooksey
  12. Katy Fly – Elijah Jones
  13. Broke Down Engine – Blind Willie McTell
  14. Freight Train Blues – Clara Smith and Her Jazz Trio
  15. The Gone Dead Train – King Solomon Hill
  16. John Henry – Henry Thomas
M & O Train

Blind Willie McTell
Andrew & Jim Baxter
Big Bill Broonzy
The Katy Flyer
M & O Depot
Royal Palm Special
Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers
Bukka White
Pink Anderson
Lucille Bogan
Bumble Bee Slim by R. Crumb
Clara Smith
Sleepy John Estes
clara smith
leecan cooksey
bessie jackson bogan
frenchy's string band
sleepy john estes
cannon's jug stompers
bukka white
state street boys broonzy
andrew jim baxter

OTRS 133 LESSER KNOWN COUNTRY BLUES RECORDS OF THE 1920’s & 30’s Part 2

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John’s Old Time Radio Show – “LESSER KNOWN COUNTRY BLUES RECORDS OF THE 1920’s & 30’s Part 2”. FANTASTIC OLD BLUES RECORDS THE AVERAGE COLLECTOR MAY BE UNAWARE OF. FROM HENEGHAN’S 78 RPM COLLECTION.

  1. Wild About My Loving – Lonnie Coleman
  2. Whole Soul Blues – Papa Egg Shell (Lawrence Casey)
  3. Dough Roller – Sonny Jones
  4. Lazy Black Snake Blues – Joshua White
  5. Death Cell Blues – Mary Johnson
  6. Our Family Doctor – Pigmeat Pete & Catjuice Charlie
  7. Corn-Bread Blues – Texas Alexander & Lonnie Johnson
  8. Happy Home Blues – Mississippi Matilda, Sonny Boy Nelson & William Harris
  9. Little Rock Blues – Pearl Dickson
  10. All Night Long – “Brownsville” Son Bonds & Hammie Nixon
  11. Who Stole the Lock On The Hen House Door? – Georgia Browns
  12. You Better Not Go To 35th and State No More – Irene & Arnold Wiley
  13. Jesse James Blues – Washboard Sam/ Big Bill Broonzy/ Louis Lasky
  14. Dice Blues – Walter Roland
  15. Mama Let Me Lay It On You – Walter Coleman
  16. Now I’m Talking About You – Bull City Red
  17. Coast Line Blues – Tallahassee Tight
Josh White
Lonnie Johnson
Hammie Nixon
Texas Alexander

OTRS 132 “LESSER KNOWN COUNTRY BLUES RECORDS OF THE 1920’s & 30’s”

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John’s Old Time Radio Show “LESSER KNOWN COUNTRY BLUES RECORDS OF THE 1920’s & 30’s”. FANTASTIC OLD BLUES RECORDS THE AVERAGE COLLECTOR MAY BE UNAWARE OF. FROM HENEGHAN’S 78 RPM COLLECTION.

  1. Red River Blues – Virgil Childers
  2. Down The Highway – Charlie Pickett
  3. Lookin’ For My Baby – The Devil’s Daddy-In-Law
  4. Cotton Field Blues – Charlie “Dad” Nelson and his Guitar
  5. Black Ants Blues – Harry Chatmon
  6. All Alone Blues – Peetie Wheatsraw The Devil’s Son-In-Law
  7. In The Mornin’ – Johnson, Nelson & Porkchop
  8. I Won’t Be Dogged Around – Bull City Red
  9. Let’s Go To Dinner – Mississippi Mud Mashers
  10. Southern Casey Jones – Jesse James
  11. Blues Before Daylight – Bumble Bee Slim, Ted Bogan & Carl Martin
  12. It May Be My Last Night – Carl Davis & The Dallas Jamboree Band
  13. I Heard The Voice Of A Pork Chop – Bogus Ben Covington
  14. House Raid Blues – Andy Boy
Peetie Wheatstraw
Bumble Bee Slim by R. Crumb
Ted Bogan, Carl Martin, Howard Armstrong (l-r)
Carl Martin, Ted Bogan (center), Louie Bluie

OTRS 131 “HENEGHAN’S RECENT ACQUISITIONS”

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John’s Old Time Radio Show “HENEGHAN’S RECENT ACQUISITIONS”. JOHN PICKS RANDOM 78 RPM RECORDS FROM HIS SHELF. NEW ADDITIONS, UPGRADEDS, IT’S FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!!!!

  1. That’s What I Call Keen” – Eddie South and His Alabamians
  2. Skirts – Slatz Randall and His Orchestra
  3. She’s A Great Great Girl – Hal Kemp and His Orchestra of N. Carolina
  4. Waikiki Blues – Hawaiian Beach Combers
  5. Happy Days Are Here Again – Hawaiian Beach Combers
  6. Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed – Joshua White
  7. Homoine – Brito Tshivela
  8. iselesele – Mchunu & Mtsomi
  9. Medene Wasala – Issa Solo
  10. Meko Hyia Ayeforo – E. K.’s Band
  11. All Alone Blues – Peetie Wheatstraw
  12. Old Jim Canan’s – Robert Wilkins
  13. Smiles – Jimmy Yates’ Bo Weevils
  14. Babe – East Texas Serenaders
  15. Rising Sun Blues – Ashley & Foster
  16. Everything’s Made For Love – Art Fowler & his Ukulele

Eddie South
Eddie South & His Alabamians
Joshua White
Slatz Randall
Ashley, Walsh & Foster
East Texas Serenaders
Peetie Wheatstraw
Hal Kemp
Robert Wilkins

OTRS 130 “BEAUTIFUL OLD MUSIC OF SOUTH AMERICA” w/ ZAC SALEM, ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ZAC SALEM ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “BEAUTIFUL OLD MUSIC OF SOUTH AMERICA”. Wonderful early Southern American string band & ensemble records from the collections of Arhoolie Records Collaborator Zac Salem and yours truly with OTRS regulars, Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong, fellow record collector Mark Pollock and yours truly. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. El Copey – Belasco Orchestra
  2. Noche De Orgia – Felipe V. Rivera
  3. No Me Pagues Mal – Hermanas Herrera
  4. Adios Pueblo De Ayacucho – Estanislao Medina
  5. Los Cazadores – Gamarra Y Catter
  6. Guashca de Corales- Hermanas Fierro
  7. Canto De Mi Alama – Duo Villavicencio-Paez con el Conjunto Alma Nativa
  8. Camino de Bogota – Jorge Áñez
  9. Margarita – Valente, Carceres and Frances
  10. Ruth – Hermanos Hernandez
  11. Dominio – Mercedes Simone
  12. No Se Si Te Conoci – Spina & Baudino
Mark Pollack, Zac Salem & Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
http://armstrongartandnoveltyhut.com/
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
Estanislao Tany Medina

OTRS 129 “BEAUTIFUL MUSIC OF OLD-TIME MEXICO” w/ ZAC SALEM, ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ZAC SALEM ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “BEAUTIFUL MUSIC OF OLD-TIME MEXICO”. Wonderful early Mexican string band & ensemble records from the collections of Zac Salem and yours truly with OTRS regulars, Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong, fellow record collector Mark Pollock and yours truly. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. Los Bootleggers – El Trio Alegre
  2. Duda – Arturo Vasquez
  3. Sigue Adelante – Lidya Mendoza
  4. Danzas Tipicas – Ignacio Orozco
  5. El Manoso – Orquesta Tipica Fronteriza
  6. Andale, Vamos, Platicando – Medina River Boys
  7. Mariquita Esta Durmiendo – Hermanos Pizano
  8. No Te Llenes De Orgullo Mujer – Hermanos Chavarria
  9. Pasion – Guty Cardenas
  10. El Taconaso – Narciso Martinez
  11. La Balbinita – Los Madrugadores
  12. La Rosa – Nicandro Castilo con sus Huastecos
Mark Pollock, Zac Salem & Robert Armstrong
Los Hermanos Chavarria
Guty Cardenas
Los Madrugadores
Lidya Mendoza
Narciso Martinez
Nicandro Castillo
Trio Garnica

OTRS 128 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM part 57 “OLD SOVIET / CENTRAL ASIAN MUSIC”

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OTRS 128

John’s Old Time Radio Show R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PT. 57 “OLD SOVIET / CENTRAL ASIAN MUSIC”. John Heneghan, Robert Crumb, Eden Brower, Guillaume Veillet & Valeria Bucci play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb’s record collection in France.

  1. Bulgarian Women’s Chorus – L. Barakova & St Lalova
  2. BosankaYugoslavian String Band Radio Sarajava
  3. Valjevsko – Vlastimira Povlovica
  4. Vladimir Zakharov – vocal & accodeon
  5. Jakow Skomorowski Jazz Ensemble
  6. Accordion Duet – Solowjewa & Brujewa
  7. Habachka Podvaga – Gajdash Jutza Mijatovich
  8. Along The Hiliock, Along The Bank – Russian Folk Choir
  9. Smuklej Vainikelis – Uozas Olsauskas
  10. K. Zakirov w/ National Instrumental Ensemble
  11. Al-Lyah Lyotfee Khanoum Sarimsokova
  12. Bonus Track “Rowina” – The saddest record in R Crumb’s record room

OTRS 127 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM part 56 “CRUMB IS FOND OF GRANDE DERRIERES!”

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I don’t want to shock anyone but R. Crumb is drawn to ladies with large derrieres and he’s got the records to prove it! John Heneghan, Robert Crumb & Eden Brower play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb’s record collection in France.

  1. My Fat Girl – Chris Bouchillon
  2. Minnie The Mermaid – Bernie Cummins and his Hotel New Yorker Orchestra
  3. Big Fat Mama Blues – Charlie Spand
  4. I Don’t Want To Get Thin – Sophie Tucker
  5. She Shakes A Mean Ash Can – Pigmeat Pete & Catjuice Charley
  6. The Duck Yas Yas – Oliver Cobb & his Rhythm Kings
  7. Fat Fanny Stomp – Jim Clarke
  8. What’s It? – Jimmie Rodgers
  9. Big Fat Gal – Lester Pete Bivins
  10. I’ll Rise When The Rooster Crows – Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers
Aline Kominsky-Crumb, the original “Devil-Girl”!
Eden Brower & R. Crumb
Eden Brower & R. Crumb
Eden Brower & R. Crumb
R Crumb
John Heneghan & R. Crumb
r crumb & eden brower
R. Crumb & Eden Brower
Eden Brower & R. Crumb

OTRS 126 “SQUEEZEBOX HEROES OF DAYS GONE BY” w/ ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “SQUEEZEBOX HEROES OF DAYS GONE BY”. Remember when chicks used to think that the lanky guy standing in the back of the orchestra with the accordion strapped around his neck was hot? Me neither. Listen to great old 78 records featuring accordion greats from the collections of Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong, fellow record collector Mark Pollock and yours truly. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. Spanish Shawl – Frank Salerno
  2. Ain’t She Sweet Gardino & Puig
  3. Le Chemin Du Paradis – Salimbeni et son orchestre refrain par Francino
  4. Double Check Stomp – Duke Ellington Orchestra
  5. Alabama Jubilee – Homer Christopher & Ramey Van Vink
  6. Valse De Mon Vieux Village (My Old Home Town Waltz) – Amedie Ardoin
  7. Flor Marchita – Narciso Martinez
  8. It Fair Cows the Cuddy – McKAy Kemp
  9. Walabalaba – Lu Myalo and his Concertina
  10. China Boy – Ozark Red and his Ozark Mountain Boys
  11. Irish Reel Medley – Frank Quinn & Eddie Dunn
Mark Pollack & Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Amede Ardoin
Robert Armstrong
Mark Pollack

OTRS 125 “TRANSPORTATION SONGS!” w/ ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “TRANSPORTATION SONGS!”. Remember the days when people looked forward to travel in America before our infrastructure was crumbling and billionaires were robbing our tax dollars to fly penis rockets around the moon? Me neither. Listen to great old 78 records about transportation from the collections of Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong, fellow record collector Mark Pollock and yours truly. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. Railroad Blues – Sam McGee
  2. Transportation Blues Part 1 – Charlie Troutt’s Melody Artists
  3. Transfusion – Scatman Crothers
  4. C. C. & O. Blues – Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley
  5. Transportation Blues Part 2 – Charlie Troutt’s Melody Artists
  6. Jackass Caravan – Cactus Pryor & his Pricklypears
  7. Gone Dead Train – King Solomon Hill
  8. V-8 Ford – Willie Love
  9. Hard To Race – Dave Stogner with his Hayride Gang
  10. Ford V-8 – The Cedar Creek Sheik
  11. Buick 59 – The Madallions
  12. Waiting For The Robert E. Lee – Estelita , Buddy Bregman & Orchestra
  13. When The Robert E. Lee Comes To Town – Harry Reser
Mark Pollack & Robert Armstrong
Scatman Crothers & Redd Foxx
Sam McGee
The Medallions
Scatman Crothers
Pink Anderson
King Solomon Hill (I think…)
Charlie Troutt’s Melody Artists
Cactus Pryor
Pink Anderson
Mark Pollack & Robert Armstrong
Harry Reser

OTRS 124 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM part 55 “OLD FRENCH MUSIC FROM CANADA”

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OTRS 124

John’s Old Time Radio Show R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PT. 55 “OLD FRENCH MUSIC FROM CANADA”. John Heneghan, Robert Crumb, Eden Brower & Guillaume Veillet play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb’s record collection in France.

  1. Reel Noces D’Argent – Louis Blanchette
  2. Les Medecins – Mde. Ed. Bolduc
  3. Reel Du Vieux Moulin – Les 4 Copains
  4. Reel Yvon – Tommy Duchesne et ses Chevaliers
  5. Set Americain – Albert La Madeleine
  6. Francois Margotte – J. O. & Albert LaMadeleine
  7. Reel Des Citoyens – Lemieux et Charbonneau
  8. Bonjour Mon Soleil – Annette et Carmen, Les Rigolos
  9. Reel De La Catalogne – Joseph Plante et Charles Riendeau
  10. Reel Des Jumelles – Isidore Soucy
robert crumb
Robert Crumb & his wonderful records!
louis blanchette
mde ed bolduc
les 4 copains
tommy duchesne
r. crumb Guillaume Veillet
R. Crumb & Guillaume Veillet
albert la madeleine
francois margotte
charbonneau
r. crumb
Crumb and his record!
annette carmen
joseph plante
isidore soucy

OTRS 123 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PART 54 “African Guitar Dreams”

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OTRS 123

John’s Old Time Radio Show R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PT. 54 “African Guitar Dreams”. John Heneghan, Robert Crumb & Eden Brower play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb’s record collection in France.

  1. Molo – Molo – John Shugela Bhengu
  2. Antoinette – Mpoy Tarcisse & Leon Bukasa
  3. Eyaya Nkia Daimbu – De Saio
  4. Kyappo Nyi Kyappo – Frank Humplink
  5. Muserego – Stephen B. Ngumbao and Party
  6. Wasonga Koriwo – Tobias A. Oyugi
  7. Molo – J. Were
  8. Rusi – Potte A. Sitonik & Kipchamba
  9. Ma Ye Anumba Oburobe – Kwaku Addae & His Band
  10. Ora Yedarhe – Ifari Idehai
  11. Kukaya Kwakyela – Timothy Akim
R.Crumb
JOHN BHENGU
String band from Porto
Blind accordion player from Portugal
R. Crumb & Eden Brower
Leon Bukasa
R. Crumb & his record

OTRS 122 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PART 53 “Old-Time Country Classics”

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John’s Old Time Radio Show R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PT. 53 “Old-Time Country Classics”. John Heneghan, Robert Crumb & Eden Brower play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb’s record collection in France.

  1. Over At Tom’s House/ The Fiddler’s Contest – Clarence Tom Ashley
  2. Mississippi Shadows – McLaughlin’s Old Time Melody Makers
  3. Franklin County Blues – Dixie Ramblers
  4. Don’t Let The Blues Get You Down – Buck Mountain Band
  5. Aggravating Mother-In-Law – Walter “Kid” Smith
  6. Wild Horse – North Carolina Ramblers
  7. Way Up On Clinch Mountain – J. W. Day (Jilson Setters)
  8. A Pretty Gal’s Love – Whitter-Hendley-Small
  9. Old Joe – Sid Harkreader & Grady Moore
Eden Brower & R. Crumb
Sid Harkreader
Walter Smith (r)
Jilson Setters (J. W. Day)
Jilson Setters (J. W. Day)
Henry Whitter
Dixie Ramblers
Clarence Ashley (r)
R. Crumb

OTRS 121 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PART 52 “WACKY RECORDS FROM THE 1920’S”

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OTRS 121

WARNING!!! – THIS EPISODE CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE!

John’s Old Time Radio Show R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM PT. 52 “WACKY RECORDS FROM THE 1920’S”. John Heneghan, Robert Crumb & Eden Brower play fabulous 78 rpm records from Crumb’s record collection in France.

  1. Shcultz Is Back Again – Four Aristocrats
  2. Button Up Your Over Coat – Sam Wooding & His Orchestra
  3. Alfalfa – Ezra Buzzington & His Rustic Revelers
  4. Hard Boiled Mama – Cotton Pickers Orchestra
  5. She’s A Corn-Fed Indiana Girl – Mal Hallett and his Orchestra
  6. Silvery Moon – Buddy Burton
  7. How Would You Like To Be Me – State Street Ramblers
  8. What Could Be Sweeter – Erdody’s Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra
R. Crumb
R. Crumb & John Heneghan
Ezra Buzzington & His Rustic Revelers
R. Crumb & Eden Brower
Mal Hallett
John Heneghan & R. Crumb
R. Crumb & his 78 rpm record
Sam Wooding & his Orchestra

OTRS 120 “GREAT INSTRUMENTALS OF DAYS GONE BY” w/ ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “GREAT INSTRUMENTALS OF DAYS GONE BY”. Fantastic early 78 rpm INSTRUMENTAL records from the collection of Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong, fellow record collector Mark Pollock and yours truly. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. Mountain Blues – Jimmy Smith
  2. Celeste Blues – Meade Lux Lewis
  3. Hurdy Gurdy Solo – Le Bourree
  4. Potato Salad – Bernie Ladd & John Cali
  5. Wahine Slack Key – George Keoki Davis
  6. Shore Leave – The Three Old Salts
  7. St. Louis Blues – Willie “Red” Newman
  8. Shine On Harvest Moon – Willie “Red” Newman
  9. Penny Whistle Blues – Willard Cele
  10. Sourwood Mountain – Evans & McClain
  11. Tin Ear – Bob Effros
  12. Lover – Perry Botkin
  13. Bye Bye Blackbird – Eddie Peabody
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
Eddie Peabody

Ocarina
Five Harmaniacs (Willie “Red” Newman 2nd from left)
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock

OTRS 119 “WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE BANJO?” w/ ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE BANJO?”. Fantastic early 78 rpm BANJO records from the collection of Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong, fellow record collector Mark Pollock and yours truly. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. West Lawn Polka – Fred J. Bacon
  2. Keep Off The Grass – Vess L. Ossman
  3. Down In Tennessee Blues – Homer Davenport
  4. Darlin’ Cora – B. F. Shelton
  5. Meddlin’ With The Blues – Herbert Leonard & Larry Mays
  6. Minglewood Blues – Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers
  7. Wait Til The Clouds To Roll By – Uncle Dave Macon
  8. If I Can’t Have You – Sleepy Hall’s Melody Boys
  9. Foolin’ Around (Tiger Rag) – Roy Smeck & Art Khan
  10. So Is Your Old Lady – Arthur Fields & Banjo (prob) John Cali
  11. Calling – Harry Reser
  12. Mia Adonata – Frank Fazio
  13. Uyu Mzathu – Monyoso & Kachre
  14. Down South – Harry Reser’s Banjo Boys
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers
Vess Ossman
Uncle Dave Macon

OTRS 118 “GREAT GUITAR RECORDS” w/ ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “GREAT GUITAR RECORDS”. Fantastic early 78 rpm GUITAR records from the collection of Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong & Fellow record collector Mark Pollock. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. Blue Guitar Stomp – Clifford Hayes’ Louisville Stompers
  2. Playing With The Strings – Lonnie Johnson
  3. Misty Mornin’ – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
  4. Sizzling The Blues – Monk Hazel & his Beinville Roof Orchestra
  5. Haunted Nights – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
  6. Wild Man Blues – Johnny Dodds & his Chicago Boys
  7. Guitar In High – Teddy Bunn
  8. Turkey In The Straw/ Arkansas Traveller – Alphus McFayden
  9. Cannon Ball Rag – Merle Travis
  10. Bryant’s Bounce – Jimmy Bryant & Speedy West
  11. Wine Cooler – T. J. Fowler
  12. She Left Me A Mule – Big Joe Williams
  13. Te Amo Me Dijiste – Lydia Mendoza
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
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Lonnie Johnson
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock

OTRS 117 “GREAT NOVELTY RECORDS” w/ ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK

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John’s Old Time Radio Show ROBERT ARMSTRONG & MARK POLLOCK – “GREAT NOVELTY RECORDS”. Fantastic early 78 rpm NOVELTY records from the collection of Hawaiian steel great & Cheap Suit Serenader co-founder Robert Armstrong & Fellow record collector Mark Pollock. Thanks to Mark for helping record this show remotely.

  1. Thanks For The Lobster – Fred Van Eps Banjo
  2. Mama Ines – Havana Novelty Orchestra
  3. Hunting Tigers Out in “Indiah” – Leslie Sarony
  4. Etiquette Blues – Harry Reser’s Six Jumping Jacks
  5. Rhapsody In Blues – Borrah Minevitch
  6. I Can’t Sleep In The Movies Anymore – Broadway Merry Makers (Fred Hall & His Sugar Babies)
  7. D D Hoedown – Shell Chemical Corporation
  8. Little Dog Yodel – Ralph Richardson
  9. The Swiss Boy – Smiley Burnette
  10. Singin’ In The Bath Tub – Macy & Smalle
  11. Dinah – Billy Costello
  12. Rubenola – Rudy Wiedoeft
  13. Castration of the Strawberry Roan – The Sons Of The Pioneers
  14. Tom and Jerry in Honolulu – Tom & Jerry
  15. If I Know’d Youse A’ Comin’ I’d Cut My Throat – Cactus Pryor & His Pricklypears
  16. Ape Call – Nervous Norvus (Jimmy Drake)
Mark Pollack & Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock
Robert Armstrong
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Harry Reser
Fred Hall
Fred Van Eps
Billy Costello
Robert Armstrong & Mark Pollock