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The 24th in a series of podcasts featuring 78rpm records.


'Row, Row, Rosie' (Meyer & Bryan)
The Denza Dance Band (Earl Gresh and his Gangplank Orchestra)
Columbia 3743 recorded New York, 30 June 1925

'Tip-Toe Thro' The Tulips With Me' (Dubin, Burke)
The Brooklyn Broadcasters
Dominion A 233 recorded London, 1929/30.

'My Sweet Virginia' (Rose, Klages, Meskill)
The Durium Dance Band (pick-up group including Nat Gonella and Paul Fenoulhet, vocal by Al Bowlly)
Durium EN 9 recorded London, 1 April 1932

'Coo-ee' (Harden)
The All Star Orchestra
Solex AX 100 advertising record, date unknown - probably early 1930s.

'Now's the Time To Fall In Love' (Sherman, Lewis)
The Durium Dance Ensemble (Phil Spitalny's Music, vocal by Paul Small)
Durium EN 7 recorded New York, December 1931

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Roger Wilmut