OTRS 83 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 37 “SWISS ALPINE MUSIC” W/ GUILLAUME VEILLET Part Trois

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R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 37
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “SWISS ALPINE MUSIC”. Special Guest s Robert Crumb & his friend Guillaume Veillet play 78 rpm records from their record collections from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. VERGNUGTE STUDEN – STREICHMUSIL, EDELWEIB, TROGEU

2. ACCORDION DUET – JACOB & ROSIE ABBIE

3. EDELWEISS – EIDLEWEISS FROM TROGAN

4. FIDERE GRUERA – KRIENSER ZITHERKLANGE

5. FREDY IN FORM – HALSZITHER FREDY LISCHER

6. PRESSANT – H. MEIER

7. AUF DER SANTIS-SCHWEBEBAHN – J. ALDER FAMILY STRING BAND

8. MELODIA-SPEZIAL – EDELWEISSBUEBE LANDLER

9. ECHO VOM SONNENBERG – HALSZITHEER QUARTETT KRIENS

10. IMMER GEMUTLICH – LANDLER, KAPELLE, EINTRACHT

Guillaume Veillet

Robert Crumb

CRUMB WITH A VERY EARLY ACCORDION

Crumb demonstrates old accordion

OTRS 82 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 36 “EARLY FRENCH MUSIC” W/ GUILLAUME VEILLET Part Dieux

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R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 36
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “EARLY FRENCH MUSIC Part Dieux”. Special Guest s Robert Crumb & his friend Guillaume Veillet play 78 rpm records from Guillaume’s record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

  1. Le Long Du Quai – Orchestre Musette Carini
  2. Virginia – Orchestre Musette Gigetto
  3. Le Bal Au Bord De L’eau – Jean Vaissade
  4. Shunet Waltz – Orchestre Royal Musette
  5. Plaisance – Emile Vacher
  6. Parce Qu’il Est Grand – L’Orchestre Musette Gatino’s par Mlle Yvonne Legcay
  7. Moi J’n’en Suis Pas – Albert Huard Et Son Fameux Orchestre
  8. Night – Albert Huard Et Son Fameux Orchestre
  9. C’est Sur’ Ment Pas La Premiere Fois – Leo Jeantrelle Par L’Orchestre Bression
  10. Accordeonette – A. Tedeschi & Jean Peyronnin
  11. J’aime Tes Grands Yeux – Orhestre Musette De La Lappe avec refrain chante par Betty Colette

Guillaume Veillet

Emile Vacher

OTRS 81 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 35 “EARLY FRENCH MUSIC” W/ GUILLAUME VEILLET

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R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 35
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “EARLY FRENCH MUSIC FROM CORSICA TO AUVERGNE”. Special Guests Robert Crumb & his friend Guillaume Veillet play 78 rpm records from Guillaume’s & Robert’s record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With East Village jokester Eden Brower.

  1. Currente – J. F. & Ph. Rocchi
  2. O Vita, Nun Ti Piegia – M. Pietri, A. Raffali, H. Raffali
  3. Marche de la Mariee de Saint-Aout
  4. La Marche Des Cornards – Les Freres Guillemain
  5. Juliette – A. Bouscatel
  6. Lo Grondo – M. Allard & Aigueperse
  7. Juoneto Loun-La! – Mme et M. Debrons
  8. La Tripiniaro – Henri Momboisse
  9. Bourree Des Monedieres Caiffe Te Bien – Maugein Freres & Goursolas
  10. Les Auvergnats Sont Tous Comme Ca – Martin Cayla & A. Bras, G. Cantournet
  11. Tyrolienne Creole – Cayla & S. Quentin

Guillaume Veillet & R. Crumb

Guillaume Veillet

OTRS 80 “BEAUTIFUL MUSIC FROM AFRICA”

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BEAUTIFUL MUSIC FROM AFRICA
John’s Old Time Radio Show. “BEAUTIFUL MUSIC FROM AFRICA” “. John Heneghan plays great African 78 rpm records from his collection on John Old Time Radio Show.

                             ACCORDION & CONCERTINA RECORDS

Basadi – Evaton Concertina

Lumela – Stephaans Letsika

March – Mamica

Pula-Pulane – Jonas Mate & Kleinbooi Motaung

Kariala – J. Murithe Wambu & Kibunga Waita

Paratlatla – Concertina Charlie

                 SLIDE/BOTTLENECK GUITAR RECORDS

Samson And Delilah – Nongomo Trio

Apana Kopikana Na Watu – Adou Elenga

Wangu Rucky – Ally Sykes & Peter Bernard

Bayakala Otsotsi – George Sibanda

Fosta Kayi – Alick Nkhata & Shadrack Soko

New Look Thanagan – Herman Magwaza & Caleb Chamane Songs

             ZITHER, FIDDLE , LYRE & THUMB PIANO RECORDS

Humula – Kabyoma Mashulamo

Chaupele Mpenzi – Asumi Bini Sumahi

Kwa Bhanki – Point Docks String Combo

Nyanja Ya Kabaka – Abadongo Abaganda

Kabaka Mutesa Yalambula Amasaza – Bulasiyo Bulesa Ne Banne

Awor – Omindi Kambanane Orchestra

                                  JAZZ RECORD

EEEE Mamama – Morogoro Jazz Band

                                 VOCAL RECORD

Orobokwach – Lakop

                                GUITAR RECORDS

EDUMAFU – KAMKAM BAND

KULI MOYO – CHIBUMULA MISSION CHOIR

WASHIKIZA INGOMA – JOHN BHENGU

ALICK NKHATA

JOHN BHENGU

OTRS 79 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 34 “EARLY BRAZILIAN MUSIC”

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R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 34
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “EARLY BRAZILIAN MUSIC”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With East Village jokester Eden Brower.

1. QUANDO EU MAMAVA- BENEDICTO DE ALMEIDA COM INNOCENTES DA PAVUNA

2. COCA – ORCHESTRA PAULISTANA

3. FESTA DO BAIANO – TONICO & TINOCO

4. RESPEITA JANUARIO – LUIZ GONZAGA W/ REGIONAL ORCHESTRA

5. BEM-TE-VI MANHOSO – CONJUNCTO “OS SONHADORES”

6. I RONIA – CHICO VIOLA COM BAMBAS DO ESTACIO

7. MENTIROSO – AMERICO JACOMINO

8. E DO QUE HA – LUIZ AMERICANO

9. TEM AGUINHA – BENEDICTO LACERDA

10. NEGO DE PE ESPAIADO – CONJUCTO TUPY

11. NAQUELLE TEMPO – LUPERCE MIRANDA

Tonico & Tinoco

Américo Jacomino

Benedito Lacerda (left) & Pixingunha

Conjunto Tupy

Eden Brower & Crumb

Luiz Gonzaga

Luiz Gonzaga

Luperce Miranda

Aline Crumb & Eden Brower

OTRS 78 R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 33 “PIANO MUSIC” W/ TONY BALDWIN

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John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb & Tony Baldwin. “PIANO MUSIC”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With the comic genius Eden Brower.

1. EN VOYAGE ET DESIR – PHIL CHARTIER

2. CALICO RAG – VERA GUILAROFF

3.  A CUP OF COFFEE, AND SANDWICH AND YOU – VERA GUILAROFF

4. MAGNOLIA – PAULINE ALPERT

5. PIANO STOMP – THE JOLLY JIVERS (WALTER ROLAND)

6. SUGAR – FATS WALLER

7. I’LL JUST STAND AND WRING MY HANDS AND CRY – REV J.C. BURNETT ASSISTED BY SISTERS GRAINGER & JACKSON

8. HEIFER DUST – WILL EZELL

9. ALONG MIAMI SHORE – HARRY SNODGRASS

10. NOLA – SID WILLIAMS

R. Crumb & Eden Brower

Pauline Alpert

Walter Roland

Fats Waller

Harry Snodgrass

OTRS 77 – JONATHAN WARD’S 78 RPM RECORDS PART 2 “GREAT ETHNIC MUSIC”

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Johnathan ward’s ethnic 78 rpm records Pt. 2
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Jon Ward. “GREAT ETHNIC MUSIC”. Special Guest Jonathan Ward plays 78 rpm records from around the world from his legendary collection on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show

1. ITALY, GENOA – Squadra di Canto Popolare “Isola del Cantone” – U Ruscigno

Milan, 1936. “trallalero” music – longshoremen Genoa – guitarra, “the woman” – Lomax recordings. – The Nightingale –

2. ROMANIA – Orchestra Monea Gheorghe cu Luta Iovita – Invartita cu Strigari

Romanian recording from the early 30s – an invartita dance song, with the tarogato. (Invartita with Shouts) – reissued on Spottswood’s Blowers from the Balkans.

3, SPAIN, ASTURIAS – José Gonzalez, “El Presi” – Carneru Mochu

Northern Spain music from province of Asturias, mid 1930s. Cancion Asturiana, or asturianada. Vocal tradition.

4. UKRAINE – Oleksa Sukhodolyak – Gutsul Kolomyika

Solo on the Ukrainian duda – Soviet – Hutsul (Carpathian mountains of Ukraine). 1940.

5. PORTUGAL – Armandinho – O Alentejan

Guitarra portuguesa – 12 strings – Armando Freire (1891-1946). 1946. Acc by Santos Moreira.

6. ITALY – Trio Sirena – Cleofe

1914 recordings from Milan – identities unknown….only a few instrumentalists compared to US.

7. GREECE – Yangos Psamatianos – Hiotiko Manes (If I were the Hem of your Skirt)

Late 20s, Greek accordion classic from 1929. Manes (passionate lament). Dave Murray mention. Accordion in Greek traditional music.

8. SWEDEN – Dala Trion – Skullbraddlek, Bröllopsmarsch

March 1909 in Stockholm – “old Swedish violins” – HMV/Victor. Swedish country music – 2 records. Wedding march.

9. NORWAY – Halvor Brathen – Fjellrosa

“Mountain Rose” hardanger fiddle. Recorded April 1928 in Copenhagen – made 12 sides. “Gangar”

10. VIETNAM – Manh Thang – Doc Tau Dan Bau 1, Dieu Hanh Van

Manh Dang, 1924-2006, solist on the dan bau – 1 stringed zither of Vietnam. “Floating Clouds” – recording probably made in 1957 in Moscow at a student music festival.

11. DUTCH EAST INDIES (Excavated Shellac Blog) – Rapioen – Tandjoeng Sani

From ES – Minangkabau people of the highlands of Sumatra, in Indonesia. Rebab (fiddle), flute (saluang) – Rapiun, Tanjung Sani. Musicians from Bukittinggi. 1939 for local Tjab Angsa label, pressed in China.

12. CHINA – Cantonese musicians – Song for the Birth of a Son

A challenge (talk)! On Beka, ca. 1926 or so. Celebratory music from southeastern China – featuring a very loud suona (double reed) – clearly an outdoor instrument. These reed instruments are ancient – no one can agree on the suona’s origins.

13. HAWAII – Philip “Gaby” Pahinui – Hula Medley

Very first solo slack key guitar piece every recorded, from Hawaii. Pahinui’s 2nd record, I believe, from 1947 on Bell Records. Oddly tough to find. B-sides.

OTRS 76 – JONATHAN WARD’S 78 RPM RECORDS PART 1 “GREAT ETHNIC MUSIC”

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Johnathan ward’s ethnic 78 rpm records Pt. 1
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Jon Ward. “GREAT ETHNIC MUSIC”. Special Guest Jonathan Ward plays 78 rpm records from around the world from his legendary collection on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. MONGOLIA – Dolgorjav, Tszrgiin duu bujgin ansambli Udirdagch Tszrzndorj – Dörvön Tsag

Mongolian singer – horsehead fiddle of Mongolia, known as the morin khuur – played upright. Mongolian People’s Republic label – BNMAU, or Bügd Nairamdakh Mongol Ard Uls. Russia? If so, not Melodiya pressed.

2. KAZAKHSTAN – Temirbek Akhmetov – Sharniaz 

Dombra solo – recorded 1948, Tashkentski Zavod. Discuss Soviet system. Dombra – 2 strings, sinew.

3. BRAZIL – Quarteto Brasil – Reboliço

Obscure Luperce! 1945, Continental. With Jose Meneses and Tute. Choro – discuss. Title means “round” basically – (HEY-bo-lee-su)…although it also mean rustling…

4. BRAZIL – Os Desafiadores do Norte – Chorando no Pinho

João Miranda’s group – late 1929. “Crying in the Pines.” Joao…brother of Luperce. Had own group, disappeared on record 1931.

5. JAPAN – Kunaisho Gakubu Gagakubu (Imperial Household Orchestra) – Etenraku, Pt 2

Japanese court music, recorded ca. 1946 (I think). Gaguku music. Over 1200 years old – strings, wind instruments, percussion – can hear the sho, mouth organ – large free reed ( like khaen ). Well known piece – sometimes performed at weddings today.

6. OKINAWA – Itokazu Kame & Hunakoshi Kiyo – Tanchia-me Bushi; Katsurin Bushi

Okinawa – different country. Many hundreds of islands – b/t Japan and Taiwan. Became part of Japan in late 1800s before that Ryukyu kingdom. Different dialect. Marutaka lbl, private client label of Japan Victor (JVC at the time). 1957. (Mark Jihoon Sook) Two tunes – Tanchia-me Bushi is about the tradition of harvesting the Sururu fish on the beach at Onna, a town in Okinawa. Katsurin Bushi is a song about how fisherman long for the beautiful women who live on Katsurin island.

7. GUADELOUPE – Les Freres Martial – Krakador, Son Ti Coin Capesterra La…

Biguine – piano duo, recorded February 1933 in Paris. Claude Martial and Bruno Sylva Martial, brothers from Guadeloupe.

8. VENEZUELA – Cuarteto Caraquita – Miraflores

Belasco tune – Turpial records (oriole) – history, group: Alberto Munoz Burguillos (clarinet), cuatro, piano and bass. Belasco recorded track for Victor in 1933 but never released.

9. INDIA – T. Chowdiah – Thanam, Pt 1

Violin solo, recorded ca. 1933 or so, Columbia. Carnatic tradition, “thanam” type of improvisation on a raga. Chowdiah in late 20s added 3 string to violin, boost volume. South Indian records.

10. INDIA – G. J. Gabriel – Rag Dayanjee

North Indian sitar improvisation – early 1945. No idea…

11. KENYA – Siti Masika and Party with Suleman Orchestra – Chubwi Ndani

Classic late taarab music from Mombasa – oud, Gulf Music, khaleeji style. Mzuri label – MJ Shah, anomalous taarab.

12. MOZAMBIQUE – Jose Matirandze and Josefa – Chinguavilane

Mid 1950s music from Mozambique in the Tsonga language (then Shangaan). Hard edged repetitive guitar – became a modern music “marrabenta.”

13. PERU – Estudiantina Duncker – Recuerdo Moheño

Recorded in 1928 in Arequipa, Peru by Victor – classic Andean music. Group from Puno, right on Lake Titicaca near the Bolivian border. Associated with local Andean culture, yet slightly highbrow for the time. Dance music with costumes. Founded by Alberto Rivarola Miranda.

OTRS 75 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 32 “MORE TURKISH/ARMENIAN MUSIC”

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R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 32
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “MORE TURKISH/ARMENIAN MUSIC”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With East Village jokester Eden Brower.

1. OUD SOLO – SAM VOSBIKIAN

2. INSTRUMENTAL – KONDOURAJIAN & ARZIV ORCHESTRA

3. “UNTITLED” – YAYLA KEZE AND ORCHESTRA

4. “UNTITLED” – AYDEN ZEYBEK AND ORCHESTRA

5. CAMLARDA BEKLE BENI – KANUNI GARBIS & ORCHESTRA

6. CIFTE TELLI – MARKO MELKON

7. NEVA CIFTE TELLI – KEMANI MEMDUH EFENDI

8. PENCEREDEN BAKMA – KUCUK NEZIHE

9. SUZNAK SAZ SEMAI – INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET

10. GEVREYE – NICK DONEFF/KANUNI GARBIS/MARKO MELKON

Eden Brower & Robert Crumb

Vosbikian Orchestra 1939

Arziv Orchestra

Bernard Kondourajian

Kanuni Garbis

Marko Melkon

Marko Melkon

OTRS 74 – TADD KOTICK “POST WAR COUNTRY BLUES RECORDS”

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“POST WAR COUNTRY BLUES”
John’s Old Time Radio Show. TADD KOTICK plays great post war country blues 78 rpm records from his record collection on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With special guest Pat Conte.

1. WALKING BLUES – MUDDY WATERS

2. ELOISE – RALPH WILLIS

3. ALABAMA BOOGIE – JOHN LEE (JOHN ARTHUR)

4. WALKING DOWN HILL – OTIS HINTON

5. SAME OLD STUFF – JESSE THOMAS THE BLUES TROUBADOUR

6. RIDE TO A FUNERAL IN A V-8 – DAN PICKETT

7. WEST COAST BLUES – ERNEST LEWIS

8. PLEASE DON’T THINK I’M NOSEY – EDDIE KIRKLAND

9. EARLY IN THE MORNING – ROBERT HENRY

10. OLD BATTLE AX – ROBERT HENRY

11. WORLD OF TROUBLE – MEMPHIS MINNIE

12. LOVIN’ GUITAR MAN – JOHN LEE HOOKER & EDDIE KIRKLAND

13. TAKE A LITTLE WALK WITH ME – BOYD GILMORE

14. BROKE DOWN ENGINE – BARREL HOUSE SAMMY (BLIND WILLIE MCTELL)

15. ON THE ROAD AGAIN – FLOYD JONES

16. SAD STORY – BLUE SMITTY AND HIS STRING MEN

Blind Willie McTell

Blue Smitty

Dan Pickett (standing)

Ediie Kirkland

Floyd Jones

John Lee Hooker

Memphis Minnie

TADD KOTICK

Ralph Willis

Muddy Waters

John Lee Aurthur

Bob Guida, Tadd Kotick & Pat Conte