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    1912-1945 sound reproductions from Hungary & elsewhere on Crackleton Manor

    Seriously late again this week – it’s a hectic life for a heroic explorer of pre-1951 sound reproductions… this week’s show salutes the nation of Hungary (just because…), and features plenty of stuff from there, as well as other places.

    Mária Basilides

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    PLAYLIST:

    • “(Dvořák’s) Humoresque (excerpt)” by F. Rowland-Tims from “Whistling in the Dark – Cinema and Theatre Organs in the 1930s”
    • “Sit Sown” by Sister Rosetta Tharpe from “The Original Soul Sister”
    • “The California Kidnapping” by Rev. J. M. Gates from “Rev. J. M. Gates – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order – VOLUME 6 – February 1928 to March 1929”
    • “Strange Place Blues” by Bukka White from “Legends of the Country Blues”
    • “Black and Tan Fantasy” by Duke Ellington & his Orchestra from “Cotton Club Stomp – 1927-1931”
    • “Souvenir de Trianon” by Orchestre Tzigane de Budapest from “Early Tzigane Records”
    • “Mountain Jack Blues” by Ma Rainey from “Mother Of The Blues”
    • “Valse Beauffy” by Orchestre Tzigane de Budapest from “Early Tzigane Records”
    • “Messin’ Around With The Blues” by Thomas “Fats” Waller from “Portrait Vol.1”
    • “Ha kimegyek arr’ a magos tetőre (If I climb the rocky mountains)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “Got The Blues” by Blind Lemon Jefferson from “The Complete 94 Classic Sides Remastered”
    • “(Lizst’s) 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies, S244/R106: No. 2 in C sharp minor (abridged) “ by Arthur Friedheim from “Legends of the Piano – Acoustic Recordings 1901-1924”
    • “Noces de ti Pierre” by Athanasiou Beaudry from “Sound American | SA Issue 4: Ian Nagoski Mixtape
    • “Megahalok, megahalok (Woe is me, woe is me)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “Sherry Lynn Flip” by Slam Stewart Trio from “The Chronological Classics – 1945-1946”
    • “I Found A Million Dollar Sweetheart (In A Five and Ten Cent Store)” by The Boswell Sisters from “HITS OF THE 1930s, Vol. 2”
    • “Got No Silver Nor No Gold Blues” by Uncle Dave Macon from “Volume 2 – Classic Cuts 1924-1938”
    • “Kitrákotty mese (Cockrikoo!)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “Introduction” by Gene Buck: “All The Things You Are/All The Things You Are – Reprise” by Tony Martin with Jerome Kern (piano) & San Francisco Symphony Orchestra from “Carousel of American Music – The Fabled 24 September 1940 San Francisco Concerts
    • “All The Things You Are” by Kenny Hagood with Thelonious Monk Quartet from “Thelonious Monk – Monk’s Moods – Original Recordings 1944-1948”
    • “Slave To The Blues” by Ma Rainey from “Mother Of The Blues”
    • “Down On The Levee Blues” by Rosetta Crawford with The King Bechet Trio from “Clarence Williams – The Complete 1923-1926 Sessions – Volume 1”
    • “The Lion and the Tribes of Judah” by Lonnie McIntorsh from “Blind Willie Johnson and the Guitar Evangelists”
    • “Mónár Anna (Annie Miller)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “String Band Blues” by the Kansas City Blues Strummers from “A Richer Tradition – Country Blues and String Band Music 1924-1942”
    • “Hungarian Rag” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Volume 2”
    • “What Are We Waiting On?” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
    • “My Wreath (Kuu lei)” by George Ku and His Paradise Islanders from “Genial Hawaiians
    • “We All Share and Share Alike” by George Formby from “With My Little Ukulele In My Hand”
    • “To Toust” by Piperakis Harilaos from “Mortika – Rare vintage recordings from a Greek underworld”
    • “Tab En-Nasim Al Alil” from “The Legend – Oum Kalsoum – The Arab World’s Greatest Singer”
    • “The Same Old Shillelagh” by Pat White from “Farewell to Ireland”

     

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