Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 5 (1591-1620)

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The next 30 selections released on Edison's new format, the Blue Amberol cylinder. These cylinders were released between February and March 1913. Selections are by popular artists of the day and run the gamut from vocal chorus to comedy. All of the transfers are done from the best copies of these cylinders to archival quality standards and expertly restored.

Liner Notes

The complimentary liner notes that accompany this release include background on the Blue Amberol format, notes on the transfers, and images of some of the marketing material that originally accompanied the cylinder releases in the Edison Phonograph Monthly. The 10-page document is available for download as an Adobe Acrobat file.

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Track Listing
1. 1621 - Everything's at Home Except Your WifeWalter van Brunt1913
2. 1622 - Orpheus OvertureAmerican Standard Orchestra 1913
3. 1623 - I'll Sit Right on the MoonEdna Brown 1913
4. 1624 - Take Me to that Swanee ShoreArthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan 1913
5. 1625 - You're the Flower of My Heart, Sweet AdelineRoyal Fish & Chous 1913
6. 1626 - Patriotic Songs of AmericaNew York Military Band and Premier Quartet 1913
7. 1627 - When I Met You Last Night in DreamlandHelen Clark & Edwin Skedden1913
8. 1628 - Non e ver "'Tis Not True"R. Festyn Davies 1913
9. 1629 - I'll Love You ForevermoreHarry Anthony1913
10. 1630 - How Could I Forget Thee-GavotteNeapolitan Instrumental Quartet1913
11. 1631 - Sweet AntoinetteHarry Anthony & James F. Harrison and Chorus1913
12. 1632 - FablesBob Roberts 1913
13. 1633 - Rock of AgesEdison Mixed Quartet 1913
14. 1634 - Kiss Me, My Honey, Kiss MeAda Jones & Billy Murray1913
15. 1635 - A Day Dream Helen Clark 1913
16. 1636 - MattinataCharles Hackett1913
17. 1637 - On the MississippiBilly Murray and Chorus1913
18. 1638 - Belle of New York March and Second Regiment Connecticut National Guard MarchNew York Military Band1913
19. 1639 - Waltzing Doll (Poupee Valsante)Venetian Instrumental Quartet 1913
20. 1640 - Venetian SongAlan Turner 1913
21. 1641 - Saint Luke 23:33–38 and CalvaryReverend William H. Morgan and Edison Mixed Quartet 1913
22. 1642 - Saint Mark 4:35–41 and Peace! Be Still!Reverend William H. Morgan and Edison Mixed Quartet 1913
23. 1643 - The Yiddisha ProfessorMaurice Burkhart1913
24. 1644 - Unlucky MoseBilly Golden & Joe Hughes 1913
25. 1645 - Down in Dear Old New OrleansPremier Quartet 1913
26. 1646 - That Syncopated Boogie-BooPremier Quartet1913
27. 1647 - Nearer, My God, to TheeFerdinand Himmelreich 1913
28. 1648 - DixieNew York Military Band, Fife and Drum Corps and Chorus 1913
29. 1649 - Gipsy JohnAlbert A. Wiederhold1913
30. 1650 - (a) Menuette; (b)GavotteThe Tollefsen Trio 1913

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