Various - Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series, Vol. 9 (1781–1810) FLAC album
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It was recorded by the American Quartet for Victor 17237, Billy Murray for Blue Amberol 1637, Collins and . Versions cut by the duo for Victor, Columbia, and Edison sold well.
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Label: Archeophone Records – ARCH D-10010. Series: Edison Blue Amberol Records, Domestic Popular Series – 10. Format: 30 File, MPEG-4 Video, Compilation. Edison Light Opera Company.
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This is the discography of Blue Note Records, the American jazz record label. Most of the records were studio recordings produced by Alfred Lion or Francis Wolff. The two main series were '1500', which ran from 1955 to 1958, and '4000', which ran . 958 to 1972. The 'BN-LA' series followed during the 1970s: this series contained many compilations and reissues in addition to new studio albums.
The plastic Blue Amberol records were much more durable than wax cylinders. The Edison lab claimed a 3000+ playback quota for the Blue Amberol. In 1908, Edison introduced Amberol Records which had a playing time of just over 4 minutes. The process of making the finished record was the same as the Gold Molded records, however, a harder wax compound was used. In 1912, celluloid was used in place of wax, and the name was changed to Blue Amberol, as the dye was a blue color. The master was recorded and then the process of making the mold was the same as the Gold Molded process. Note: The amount of "formula wax" to make up a batch various according to the amount of scrap wax which is to be added to the cauldron. Scrap wax represents commercial wax of which "formula wax" is a part.
Blue Amberol Records was the trademark name for cylinder records manufactured by Thomas A. Edison, Inc. in the US from 1912 to 1929. They replaced the 4-minute black wax Amberol cylinders introduced in 1908, which in turn replaced the 2-minute wax cylinders that had been the standard format since the late 1880s. The four-minute Amberol cylinder made its début in 1908. Amberols were made of a fragile, black, wax-like compound which was harder than the original 1902 black wax. This Amberol wax was also used for 2-minute standard records from 1908 until the Blue Amberol appeared in 1912. The introduction of the Amberol started a resurgence of interest in cylinder records, but problems soon became apparent. Amberols crack rather easily and could break during playback.
Archeophone Archives Edison Blue Amberol Records Domestic Popular Series Vol. 14 pages, published by, 2015-04-20 21:43:02.
Ships from and sold by buk werkz. If you are a phonograph collection with an interest in the Edison Amberolas and Amberol cylinder records, this is a fine addition to your reference bookshelf. It reproduces a lot of period material, including original record slips describing each recording that were packed with the records when they were originally sold.
One is just an empty case, 20 items all together. You are bidding on 19 Antique Edison Phonograph records. One is just an empty case, 20 items all together. These records play great on my machine. I will make a list of the title and let you know of any problems with the record. The first one is 4M 2942 "Are you from Dixie, cause I'm from Dixie too". No lid. The second one is record 4M "In the evening by the moonlight,etc".
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|1||–Elizabeth Spencer & Chorus*||1781 - My Hero|
|2||–Manuel Romain||1782 - Garland Of Old Fashioned Roses|
|3||–Helen Clark & Harry Anthony||1783 - Ship Of My Dreams|
|4||–Anna Chandler||1784 - Welcome Home|
|5||–Victor Herbert & His Orchestra*||1785 - Chanson Triste|
|6||–Charles W. Harrison*||1786 - Last Night Was The End Of The World|
|7||–Will Oakland & Chorus||1787 - As I Sat Upon My Dear Old Mother's Knee|
|8||–Walter Van Brunt||1788 - Mary And John|
|9||–Harry Anthony & James F. Harrison*||1789 - She Sleeps 'Neath The Old Ohio River|
|10||–Charles D'Almaine||1790 - Jim Lawson's Medley Of Reels|
|11||–Maurice Burkhart||1791 - You Can't Play Every Instrument In The Orchestra|
|12||–Premier Quartet||1792 - You're A Great Big Blue Eyed Baby|
|13||–Ada Jones||1793 - Whistling Jim|
|14||–Edison Mixed Quartet*||1794 - Beautiful Beckoning Hands|
|15||–Venetian Instrumental Quartet||1795 - Dream Of The Tyrolienne|
|16||–Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan*||1796 - Snookey Ookums|
|17||–Walter Van Brunt||1797 - Famous Songs In Irish Plays|
|18||–Will Oakland & Chorus||1798 - Where The River Shannon Flows|
|19||–Charles Daab||1799 - Sweet Dreams Of Home|
|20||–Ada Jones And Billy Murray||1800 - Oh, You Silv'ry Bells|
|21||–Charles Hackett||1801 - Then You'll Remember Me|
|22||–National Promenade Band||1802 - My Little Persian Rose Medley Two-Step|
|23||–Steve Porter and Byron G. Harlan||1803 - Down On Uncle Jasper's Farm|
|24||–National Guard Fife And Drum Corps||1804 - On Parade Medley|
|25||–Frank Croxton||1805 - Father O' Flynn|
|26||–Premier Quartet||1806 - Ragtime Violin|
|27||–Edison Concert Band||1807 - Glowworm|
|28||–Premier Quartet||1808 - And The Green Grass Grew All Around|
|29||–Edison Mixed Quartet*||1809 - Jesus, Lover Of My Soul|
|30||–New York Military Band||1810 - Invercargill March|