Thought this didn't really belong on the DJ mixes thread, so here it is in its own thread.
Centuries of Sound is a monthly mix of music and other audio from a single year - starting with the first sound recordings around 1860 and working slowly towards the present. So far I've completed these years-
I can only find the slightest of references to anything included here on ILX, and for good reason - very little that has survived from this time is really listenable, and the popular American music of the time is deeply problematic, to say the least. Still, there is a reasonable amount of at least interesting stuff out there, and I'm enjoying researching this stuff a great deal, even if it has turned into a life-encompassing project.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 3 July 2017 20:53 (seven months ago) Permalink
An inspired project indeed!
― Ned Raggett, Monday, 3 July 2017 21:01 (seven months ago) Permalink
I need to follow this, will be a fascinating journey. George W Johnson (1891) is an interesting character not least that he apparently recorded each wax cylinder (25-50,000!) individually. Tim Brooks' book 'Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry, 1890-1919' has quite a big section about him.
― Dan Worsley, Monday, 3 July 2017 21:13 (seven months ago) Permalink
Ha, just noticed you've linked to that book in the sidebar. Co-sign on Greg Milner's 'Perfecting Sound Forever' too.
― Dan Worsley, Monday, 3 July 2017 21:22 (seven months ago) Permalink
didn't realize richard jose was recording as early as 1892! i enjoy his last recording, an electrical recording of one of his early hits made in 1930. i have such a rough time with most recordings before about 1924 or so, though! the portable action keyring player analogy is right on. so little of value from these years was recorded, so little of that is preserved. just your occasional recording by joseph taylor, or polk miller, or europe's society orchestra.
― The Saga of Rodney Stooksbury (rushomancy), Tuesday, 4 July 2017 02:48 (seven months ago) Permalink
This is awesome. Great project.
― a man often referred to in the news media as the Duke of Saxony (tipsy mothra), Tuesday, 4 July 2017 03:00 (seven months ago) Permalink
Thanks for the encouragement, all. Rushomancy - I had never heard of Richard Jose before this project, there are a lot of tenors to be dealing with in the early 1900s so quite possibly that's it for him. I agree of course that there is a lot of rubbish to get through in this era, but (as I'm doing everything a year ahead of schedule) I'm currently listening to 1906, and have to report that there is a wealth of great stuff already - Vess L Ossman, Bohumir Kryl, Bert Williams, Arthur Pryor, plus all manner of wonderful Russian discs. There is a big uptick in quality around 1897 and I'm still finding more than enough for each year (though I am working through over a thousand mp3s per year now and am going to have to come up with new strategies soon)
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 4 July 2017 22:09 (seven months ago) Permalink
Oh wow, I'll be looking into this for sure.
― No purposes. Sounds. (Sund4r), Tuesday, 4 July 2017 22:32 (seven months ago) Permalink
oh, vess ossman totally holds up great today (when he's not being racist). that's the thing there - damn near everything that got recorded back then was racist! jesus, poor bert williams; shit back then was fucked. bohumir kryl i hadn't heard, but man, people just went totally bonkers for the cornet back then, didn't they?
― The Saga of Rodney Stooksbury (rushomancy), Wednesday, 5 July 2017 00:29 (seven months ago) Permalink
Oh christ, yes, the racism everywhere is terrible, and applies on so many levels, major hurdle to get over, this is why there's still no Arthur Collins compilation out there, even though he was clearly the biggest star of the time. And yes, lots of cornet, also lots of xylophone and banjo, but very little piano recorded in the ragtime era. OTOH there are Russian, French & other recordings at this point, and much of this doesn't apply.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Wednesday, 5 July 2017 06:06 (seven months ago) Permalink
Fantastic project, Camaraderie, will be following this closely!
― Le Bateau Ivre, Wednesday, 5 July 2017 09:15 (seven months ago) Permalink
Ooh, this looks great - I'd been slowly working through a bunch of Canary Records comps plus Jonathan Bogart's Just One Song More project (1900-1930).
― etc, Wednesday, 5 July 2017 10:37 (seven months ago) Permalink
this is great stuff, i think i mentioned on the dj mix thread
― Shat Parp (dog latin), Wednesday, 5 July 2017 10:38 (seven months ago) Permalink
this is awesome!
― niels, Friday, 7 July 2017 10:35 (seven months ago) Permalink
And the attention ramps up
― Ned Raggett, Friday, 7 July 2017 16:50 (seven months ago) Permalink
I wonder if this fits in a little farther down the road...
Hear the Only Castrato Ever Recorded Sing “Ave Maria” and Other Classics (1904)
― Loud guitars shit all over "Bette Davis Eyes" (NYCNative), Friday, 7 July 2017 17:29 (seven months ago) Permalink
great project, excited to follow along ...
― tylerw, Friday, 7 July 2017 17:31 (seven months ago) Permalink
And the attention ramps uphttp://www.avclub.com/article/blog-making-mixtape-every-year-invention-recorded--257770― Ned Raggett, Friday, July 7, 2017 5:50 PM (yesterday) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
― Ned Raggett, Friday, July 7, 2017 5:50 PM (yesterday) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
Yes, thanks influencers of ILM! Must keep it up now (I would have anyway, but good to know someone's actually listening to it, none of my friends / family / colleagues are remotely interested, best I've got it "tell me when you reach the 20s")
Re: Alessandro Moreschi, yes, I like him (not many do) and will be including at least one recording at some point. One of his cylinders also has the first ever recording of a pope.
Thanks for the link to Just One Song More, shamefully wasn't aware of that.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Saturday, 8 July 2017 18:41 (seven months ago) Permalink
New entry up - 1893
Unique Quartette – Mamma’s Black Baby BoyLouis Vasnier – Adam And Eve And De Winter Apple (Excerpt)23rd Regiment Band Of New York – A.O.O.S. MarchJohn York Atlee – Anvil ChorusGeorge J. Gaskin – After The BallIssler’s Orchestra – On The MidwayAda Jones – Sweet MarieUnknown – Brown Wax Home Recording Of Speech In AfrikaansSergei Taneyev And Leo Conus – Leo Conus- Suite For Piano Four-HandsRussell Hunting – Casey At The BatUnited States Marine Band – The Kiss WaltzArthur Houston – Flute SoloEdward M. Favor – The Commodore SongGeorge H. Diamond – When Summer Comes AgainJohn York Atlee – Why Should I Keep From Whistling?
I'm currently editing 1895 and listening to 1907, so if anyone has any suggestions for those years, they would be welcome.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 7 August 2017 05:37 (six months ago) Permalink
1894 is up! There is an actual song you might know near the start, and a lot of very nice piano stuff in the middle, some very nice cornet playing near the end... I mean, still not the easiest of listening but getting better.
Words on the blog, tracklist here:
Spencer, Wiliams And Quinn’s Imperial Minstrels – Minstrel First PartIssler’s Orchestra – Electric Light QuadrilleEdward M. Favor – Daisy BellJames Mooney – Arapaho No. 73. Ghost DanceUnknown – Personal Message from a Grandfather to his Grandchildren (excerpt 1)Standard Quartet – Keep Movin’Harvard Clock Tower – ChimesUnknown – Personal Message from a Grandfather to his Grandchildren (excerpt 2)Jules Conus – Chopin-Sarasate- Nocturne In E-Flat, Op. 9, No. 2Anton Arensky – Le Ruisseau Dans La Forêt In G, No. 15 From 24 Morceaux Charactéristiques, Op. 36Lavrentii Donskoi – Rubinstein- O Pechal I Toska From NeroVladimir Wilschaw – Godard- En Courant In G-Flat, No. 1 From 6 Morceaux, Op. 53Joseph Sawyer – Birthday Speech, October 22 1894Anton Arensky, Jan Hrímalý And Anatoly Brandukov – Arensky- Piano Trio No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 32- Second Movement – Scherzo- Allegro MoltoMaria Ivanovna Gutheil – Rubinstein- SailRussell Hunting – The Old Man And JimJules Levy – The Last Rose Of SummerJohn MacColl – Campbells Are ComingBrilliant Quartette – Blind TomJames Mooney – Caddo No. 2. Ghost DanceDan Kelly – Paddy’s WeddingSousa’s Band – The Crack RegimentU.S. Marine Band – The Enthusiast Polka23rd Regiment Band – New York HeraldU.S. Marine Band – The Directorate MarchCharles Asbury – Haul The Woodpile DownBison City Quartet – Mill Medley
I was thinking of making downloadable packs of mp3s for each year, would people be interested in those?
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 4 September 2017 20:35 (five months ago) Permalink
i would for certain
― bob lefse (rushomancy), Monday, 4 September 2017 20:52 (five months ago) Permalink
Ok, let's give it a try then.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 4 September 2017 21:13 (five months ago) Permalink
Ok if I do that directly? These recordings are all well out of copyright.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 4 September 2017 21:14 (five months ago) Permalink
^^ I for one would much prefer that to a mix, that would be awesome
― Le Bateau Ivre, Tuesday, 5 September 2017 08:47 (five months ago) Permalink
Follow the Mediafire link, Le Bateau Ivre.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 5 September 2017 09:38 (five months ago) Permalink
1895 is here.
Mixcloud / mp3 download / unmixed mp3 pack are all at the bottom of the blog post
Vess L. Ossman – Cocoanut DanceRussell Hunting – Casey As A Hotel ClerkBaldwin’s Cadet Band Of Boston – The Liberty BellEdward M Favor – My Best Gal’s A New YorkerOriole Quartette – Brother Michael, Won’t You Hand Down That RopeSousa’s Band – Yazoo DanceIssler’s Orchestra – DixieAristide Bruant – Le Chat NoirHolding’s Military Band – Overture SemiramideDan W. Quinn – Streets Of CairoCharles P. Lowe – Carnival Of VeniceJean Moeremans – Carnival Of VeniceUnique Quartet – Who Broke The Lock?Dickson – Dickson Experimental Sound FilmLeo Tolstoy – Spoken Word [14 February 1895, Russia]Paul Pabst – Chopin-Pabst- Waltz In D-Flat, Op. 64, No. 1, “minute”Josef Hofmann – Anton Rubinstein- Contredanse B, No. 3 From Le Bal, Op. 14Paul Pabst – Tchaikovsky-Pabst- Paraphrase On Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66Eugene Danton – Vive La CanadienneDavid B. Dana – Evening StarBaldwin’s Cadet Band Of Boston – Overture, Poet And PeasantGeorge W. Johnson – Listen To The Mocking BirdArthur B. Adamini – CarambaFoh’s 23rd Regiment Band Of New York – The Melon Patch SchottischeGeorge J. Gaskin – Sidewalks Of New YorkMiss Alice Raymond – Love Me Little Love Me LongHolding’s Military Band – Overture SemiramideIssler’s Orchestra – Kentucky Jubilee SingersDan W. Quinn – Married LifeSousa’s Band – Stars And Stripes Forever
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 2 October 2017 07:02 (four months ago) Permalink
Just put up mp3 packs for previous years
Editing 1896, bit of a mediocre year tbh, better coming up in 1897 though. Currently listening to 1908, have to abandon my driftnet approach soon as have hit the magic "2000 tracks to listen to" mark, and there isn't really time in the month, especially with these 4 minute discs, but looking forward to putting all the weird Russian pre-revolution stuff out there. So, if anyone has any suggestions for 1909-1920 they would be very welcome indeed.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Sunday, 8 October 2017 20:36 (four months ago) Permalink
well, there's Before the Revolution: a 1909 recording expedition in the Caucasus and Central Asia by The Gramophone Company. probably already on your radar.
― bob lefse (rushomancy), Sunday, 8 October 2017 20:53 (four months ago) Permalink
oh, and this is good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JFPzJaG2pg
― bob lefse (rushomancy), Sunday, 8 October 2017 20:54 (four months ago) Permalink
Yeah, I have Before the Revolution, we'll see if it gets lost in amongst all the other Russian stuff. That Royal Marimba Band song is lovely though, have filed it away in 1915.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Sunday, 8 October 2017 21:46 (four months ago) Permalink
Editing 1896, bit of a mediocre year tbh
Such an ILM comment, I love it :-) The hot new sound at that time was car engines, IIRC.
This is an incredible project! Thanks for putting it all together.
― sbahnhof, Friday, 20 October 2017 04:31 (three months ago) Permalink
1896 is up! Bit of a duff year, as said, but have tried to balance it out with a rambling, slightly pretentious essay on noise.
https://centuriesofsound.wordpress.com/2017/11/06/1896/ <-- Mixcloud / MP3 Pack / etc. are on the blog page, at the top.
Imperial Minstrels – The Old Log CabinGeorge W. Johnson – The Laughing SongWilliam McKinlley – Speech to Republican ConventionVess L. Ossman – The Stars and Stripes ForeverGeorge Graham – Talk on MoneyColumbia Orchestra – Virginia SkedaddleW.O. Beckenbaugh – Sale of Toys, Dolls and So Forth on Christmas Eve NightSteve Clemens – Darkys PatrolCal Stewart – Uncle Josh’s Trip to Coney Island (Excerpt 1)Brand’s Concert Band – Chimes of NormandyCal Stewart – Uncle Josh’s Trip to Coney Island (Excerpt 2)Empire State Concert Band – Belle of New York MarchBill Nye – On TripeWilliam Paris Chambers – The SeraphJosef Hofmann – Wagner-Brassin- Magic Fire Music From Die WalküreJohn Terrell – a Few Words in Regard to DrinkingGilmore’s Band – Grand March From TannhauserRussell Hunting – Casey at the Telephone (Excerpt 1)Dan W. Quinn – Still His Whiskers GrewRussell Hunting – Casey at the Telephone (Excerpt 2)Edison Concert Band – Ouverture to ‘Der Tambour Der Garde’Russell Hunting – I Wonder WhyUnited States Marine Band – the Directorate MarchLen Spencer – Sale of Pawnbroker’s Goods (‘by Harry Spencer’)Peerless Orchestra – Yankee Doodle Dandy LancersSousa’s Band – The Darkie’s TemptationGeorge Graham – Street FakirDorothy Hoyle – La Cinquantaine
I've also rewritten the 'about' page and optimistically put a suggestion form up there.
Listening to 1909 now, when I'm done with that I'll have a go at 2017.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 6 November 2017 22:13 (three months ago) Permalink
1897 is here, incorporating a fair bit from "Actionable Offenses: Indecent Phonograph Recordings from the 1890s" - making this perhaps the only NSFW mix I'll make pre-20s.
Mixcloud, mp3 pack, download, RSS here - https://centuriesofsound.wordpress.com/2017/12/04/1897/
Students at Cornell University – New Years Day PartySousa’s Band (Trombone – Arthur Pryor) – Blue Bells of ScotlandBelieved to Be Russell Hunting – Did He Charge Too MuchVess L. Ossman – Old Folks at HomeHarry Heath – Speech With Church ChimesAl Sweet – L’elegante [Élégante Polka]Cal Stewart – Uncle Josh on a BicycleEdison Brass Quartet – Come Where Lilies Bloom‘Willy Fathand of New York City’ [Believed to Be Russell Hunting] – Sim Hadley on a RacketEdison Concert Band – El Capitan March‘Manly Tempest’ [Unknown Performer, Possibly Russell Hunting] – the Rascal DetectorThe Columbia Orchestra – Sea Flower PolkaLen Spencer & Vess Ossman – Hot Time in the Old TownN. R. Wood – Morning on the FarmEdison Male Quartette – Annie LaurieDrum Corps – Spirit of ’76Garde Republicaine – Marche Des Petit Pierot‘Charley Smith of Kankakee’ [Believed to Be Russell Hunting] – Out of OrderFraulein Vioni Eidner – Der Vogelhandler, Act I- Die NachtigallRobert Green Ingersroll – On HopeCousins & De Moss – Poor MournerHarry Heath – SpeechArthur Pryor – the PalmsFrank S. Mazziotta – Sleighride‘Manly Tempest’ [Unknown Performer, Possibly Russell Hunting] – Gimlet’s SoliloquyGeorge Schweinfest – Bob White PolkaRussell Hunting – Casey’s Political SpeechPeerless Orchestra – My Babe From Boston‘Charley Smith of New York City’ [Believed to Be Russell Hunting] – Reilly as a PolicemanGeorge J Gaskin – Best in the House is None Too Good for ReillyCharles P. Lowe – Leonora WaltzThe Columbia Orchestra – I Thought I Was a Winner, Or, I Don’t Know, You Ain’t So WarmBilly Golden – Listen to the Mocking BirdThompson River Indians – Dance Song of Thompson River IndiansJoseph Norrito – Original SchottischeSousa’s Band – Stars and Stripes Forever
Best thing on here = Arthur Pryor, on three tracks.
I'm now working on 2017, need suggestions of speech clips, overwhelmed with music already.
Please let me know if you have any comments.
Mr Snrub - I don't have that track, can you please send it to me?
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Monday, 4 December 2017 18:08 (two months ago) Permalink
1898! A bit late. Blog post includes a glossary of the (popular American) musical landscape of 1898, which may be interesting to people.
Mixcloud, mp3 pack, download, RSS are all here - https://centuriesofsound.wordpress.com/2018/01/09/1898/
A. L. Sweet – Bugle Call – 00:00Vess L. Ossman – Bunch of Rags – 00:08Garrett A. Hobart – Words Of Welcome – 02:32Arthur Collins – Zizzy Ze Zum Zum – 02:44Harry Spencer – Side Show Shouter – 03:28Edison Brass Quartet – At A Georgia Camp Meeting – 04:05Dan W Quinn – At A Georgia Camp Meeting – 04:42Gilmore’s Band – At A Georgia Camp Meeting – 05:35William Jennings Bryan – Crown Of Thorns And Cross Of Gold – 06:45George Rosey’s Orchestra Of New York City – Cotillion March – 07:01Cal Stewart – Uncle Josh On A Street Car – 08:05Sousa’s Band – Love Thoughts Waltz (Trombone – Arthur Pryor) – 08:49Buffalo Bill – Sentiment On The Cuban Question – 12:02Columbia Orchestra – Charge Of Roosevelt’s Rough Riders – 12:21Cal Stewart – Uncle Josh Comments On The Spanish Question – 14:39Edison Concert Band – Medley Of War Songs – 15:09Chief trumpeter Cassi of Roosevelt’s Rough Riders – Bugle Calls – 17:24Otto Mesloh – Tyrolienne – 18:07Russell Hunting – Casey As Umpire At A Ball Game – 19:28Columbia Orchestra – The Darkey’s Dream – 19:44Ruby Brooks – The Darkies Dream (Banjo Solo) – 21:12T. De Witt Talmage – Sermon On The Mount – 22:21Frank C. Stanley – A Hundred Fathoms Deep – 22:36W. F. Hooley – Ingersoll At The Tomb Of Napoleon – 24:40F. Jardella – Spaghetti Polka – 24:55Dr. B. Sunderland – Lord’s Prayer – 26:45Jennie Hoyle – Musin Mazurka – 27:03Unknown Performer, Possibly Russell Hunting – The Whores’ Union – 28:29Joseph Pizzarello – Nocturne – 28:55Sandra Droucker – Etude In F-Sharp – 30:58Edison Symphony Orchestra – Donau Weibschen Waltz – 32:20W. F. Hooley – Talmage On ‘Infidelity’ – 34:38Sousa’s Grand Concert Band – The Jolly Coppersmith – 34:52Frank S. Maziotta – Old Folks At Home – 37:27August P.Stengler – Old Folks At Home – 39:09John Terrell – Casey’s Address To The G.A.R. – 41:05Otto Mesloh – Tyrolienne – 41:46Cousins & Demoss – Who Broke The Lock – 43:08Vess L. Ossman – Pretty Little Queen – 45:20The Greater New York Quartette – The Sleigh Ride Party – 47:50
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 14:58 (one month ago) Permalink
Sorry to say I have not yet found the time to complete my 2017 mix.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 14:59 (one month ago) Permalink
― IF (Terrorist) Yes, Explain (man alive), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 15:06 (one month ago) Permalink
― FREEZE! FYI! (dog latin), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 15:19 (one month ago) Permalink
I was considering running a poll on here for best pre-1900 recordings, do people think that's a good idea?
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 16:46 (one month ago) Permalink
wasn't aware of Vess Ossman until now, what a great discovery for me
― IF (Terrorist) Yes, Explain (man alive), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 16:55 (one month ago) Permalink
Arthur Pryor really stands out here as modern sounding, compared to many of the other players. Having grown up in a Victorian-era milltown, I can picture this stuff played in the town bandstand and old hotels and other mansard-roof brick buildings around town. Thanks!
― Mungolian Jerryset (bendy), Tuesday, 9 January 2018 20:45 (one month ago) Permalink
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, January 9, 2018 10:46 AM (five hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
― budo jeru, Tuesday, 9 January 2018 22:08 (one month ago) Permalink
1899 is here, I think it's actually pretty listenable this time, much better than 1898, which was leagues ahead of 1897. I wrote what was supposed to be a short blog post about "Hello, Ma Baby!" to go with it too, and it ended up being pretty long.
Said blog is here, along with mixcloud, mp3 download, mp3 pack, etc. etc. - https://centuriesofsound.wordpress.com/2018/02/05/1899/
Tracklist here for the record. Lots of little clips of Len Spencer as he was producing copious spoken word stuff at this point.
Len Spencer – Promotional Message On The Edison Phonograph (Extract 1) 0:00Arthur Collins – Hello, Ma Baby! 0:58Len Spencer – Promotional Message On The Edison Phonograph (Extract 2) 3:26Vess L. Ossman – Little Bit Of Everything 4:33S. H. Dudley & Arthur Collins – Three Minutes With The Minstrels (Extract) 7:00Edison Concert Band – Second Connecticut March 7:24Cal Stewart – Uncle Josh And The Lightning Rod Agent 8:53Jean Moeremans And Jacques L. Van Poucke – Polka Variata 10:20B. Russell Throckmorton – The White Man’s Burden (Kipling) (Extract 1) 11.51Anton Arensky – Arensky- An Der Quelle In A, Op. 46, No. 1 12.16B. Russell Throckmorton – The White Man’s Burden (Kipling) (Extract 2) 13:00Columbia Orchestra – The Lime-Kiln Club 13:46Edison Minstrels – Minstrel Potpourri (Extract 1) 16:27Edison Quartette – Sunshine Will Come Again 16:39Edison Minstrels – Minstrel Potpourri (Extract 2) 18:56Will F. Denny – You Can’t Think Of Everything 19:11Billy Golden – Rabbit Hash (Extract) 20:08A. L. Sweet – Arbucklenian Polka 20:16Imperial Minstrels – Upon The Golden Shore (Extract) 21:39Columbia Drum, Fife and Bugle Corps – the Girl I Left Behind Me 21:54Peerless Orchestra – Admiral Dewey’s Arrival In New York 22:47Orchestra – The Mosquito Parade 23:49Cal Stewart – Uncle Josh At A Baseball Game 25:43James C. Mcauliffe – Mrs. Mccloud’s Reel 26:14Peerless Orchestra – Ma Ragtime Baby 27:39Len Spencer – Auction Sale-Household Goods (Extract 1) 29:44Unidentified Barrel Organist – Street Piano Number Two 30:29Len Spencer – Auction Sale-Household Goods (Extract 2) 31:55Dan W Quinn – Glorious Beer 32:32Len Spencer – Auction Sale-Household Goods (Extract 3) 33:34W. C. Townsend – The Pixies 33:54William Jefferson (Len Spencer) – Cinderella (Extract 1) 35:43Albert Benzler – Tell Me With Your Eyes Medley 36:25William Jefferson (Len Spencer) – Cinderella (Extract 2) 37:23Jacques L. Van Poucke – Fantaisie Variée 38:02William Jefferson (Len Spencer) – Cinderella (Extract 3) 39:18Joseph P. Cullen And William G. Collins – Twin Star March 40:11Sig. Adamini – Los Ojos Negros 41:26Vess L. Ossman – Whistling Rufus 44:24Peerless Orchestra. – Whistling Rufus 46:58Roger Harding & Steve Porter – The Imperial Minstrels (Extract 1) 49:24Joseph P. Cullen And William G. Collins – Twin Star March 49:38May Kelso – Because 50:52Roger Harding & Steve Porter – The Imperial Minstrels (Extract 2) 52:36Jean Moeremans – The Little Speranza 52:53George P. Watson – Snyder, Does Your Mother Know You’re Out? 54:27Orchestre Boldi – L’amour Et La Vie À Vienne 56:48Unidentified Chimes – Home, Sweet Home 59:35
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 09:09 (one week ago) Permalink
I was considering running a poll on here for best pre-1900 recordings, do people think that's a good idea?― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, January 9, 2018 10:46 AM (five hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalinkhell yeah― budo jeru, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 10:08 PM (four weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
― budo jeru, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 10:08 PM (four weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
Great, I'd like to go ahead with this, then. I remember there was a thread with a schedule for polls, would anyone mind me diving in there are starting a new one rather than waiting my turn for too long? Reckon I could start this at the end of Feb.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 22:50 (one week ago) Permalink
Mixcloud won't let me play this latest mix, as apparently it violates US terms for streaming mixes:
― Mungolian Jerryset (bendy), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:58 (one week ago) Permalink
Thanks, I thought I could foil this by putting a full stop at the end of his name for some of the tracks, but apparently the system is smarter than I thought. I have contacted mixcloud and am trying to resolve it, but we'll just have to see. In the meantime there's the mp3 there too I guess.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 22:25 (one week ago) Permalink
a thread with a schedule for polls
oh wow i didn't even realize this was a thing
― budo jeru, Thursday, 8 February 2018 00:08 (one week ago) Permalink
I'm not sure it is a thing as I can't find it, maybe I dreamed it. Long list of upcoming artist polls with poll-runners listed, last one was New Order? Anyway, not sure there is enough interest, will leave it for now.
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Thursday, 8 February 2018 10:21 (one week ago) Permalink
no, it's around somewhere, search "ILM artist poll" but I can't find the thread where people discuss the order of the polls
― sleeve, Thursday, 8 February 2018 15:25 (one week ago) Permalink
ILM Ballot Polls for 2014 and beyond -- order, timing, "I would have voted if I'd known about it," etc
― "oh no my cheds" man had dark to black packet (Noodle Vague), Thursday, 8 February 2018 15:26 (one week ago) Permalink