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10:22 AM Marcus Martin Bed Of Primroses (1946)
10:17 AM Luther Strong Glory In The Meetinghouse (1937)
10:12 AM Hobart Smith Last Chance
10:12 AM Henagar Union Sacred Harp Convention Farewell Anthem
10:06 AM Edden Hammons Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Skies
10:06 AM Roscoe Holcomb Omie Wise
10:05 AM Tom T. Hall Bill Monroe for Breakfast
American Vernacular, with .

Notes:
phonograph records 1917-1930

9:51 AM Zabelle Panosian Groung (1917) To What Strange Place: The Music Of The Ottoman-American Diaspora (1916-1929) Tompkins Square
9:51 AM Alexis Zoumbas Epirotiko Mirologi (Lament From Epirus) (1926, New York) A Lament For Epirus 1926-1928 Angry Mom Records
9:49 AM Marika Papagika, Alexis Zoumbas; violin Manaki Mou - zembekiko (1926) The Further The Flame, The Worse It Burns Me: Greek Folk Music In New York City 1919 - 1928 Mississippi/Canary Records
9:44 AM Kyria Koula, Evangelakis Vlahos; clarinet, Kostas Kastrounis; santuri, unknown violin, Koula Antonolpoulou Zeibekikos Horos (early 1920's, New York) Greek Rhapsody: Instrumental Music From Greece 1905-1956 Dust To Digital
9:39 AM Abe Schwartz Orchestra Baym Rebn Sude (1917) Klezmer Music: Early Instrumental Music, the first recordings 1910-1927 Folklyric Records
9:35 AM Mishka Tsiganoff Hop-Lia-Lia-Tantz (1929) Cantors, Klezmorim and Crooners 1905-1953 JSP
9:30 AM Orchestra Bratia Holutiaky-Kuziany Obertana Z Molodom (1929, New York) Ukranian & Lemko String Bands JSP
9:26 AM Ukrainska Slska Orchestra Newilynyk Waltz (1925) Ukrainian-American Fiddle and Dance Music: The First Recordings 1926-1936 Folklyric Records
9:23 AM Krzysiak Goralska Orkiestra Nie Smuccie Sie Tatry (Don't Be Sad, Tatra) (1929) From The Tatra Mountains: Classic Polish-American Recordings from the 1920's Morning Star Records
9:18 AM Blind Joe Mangrum & Fred Shiver Bill Cheatem (1928) Nashville: The Early String Bands - Volume Two County
9:17 AM John Hammond Little Birdie (1927) Music Of Kentucky Vol. 2 Yazoo
9:15 AM Lewis Brothers Sally Johnson (1929) Old-Time Texas String Bands Vol. 1 County
9:10 AM Lewis Black Spanish Blues (1927) Country Blues Collector's Items(1924-1928) Document
9:08 AM Bayless Rose Frisco Blues (1930) American Primitive Vol. II Revenant
9:08 AM Chicken Wilson & Skeeter Hinton House Snake Blues (1928) Harmonica Blues: Great Harmonica Performances of the 1920s and '30s Yazoo
9:06 AM Hoyt Ming & His Pep-Steppers Tupelo Blues (1928) Traditional Fiddle Music Of Mississippi Vol. 1 County
9:05 AM Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers Jaw Bone (1928) Corn Dodgers & Hoss Hair Pullers: Arkansas At 78 RPM Dust To Digital
9:05 AM Big Boy Cleveland Quill Blues (1926) The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. 5 Yazoo
Soul Food Cafe, with peter. 8:56 AM Jose James 4 Noble Truths While You Were Sleeping Blue Note
8:48 AM Taylor McFerrin Stepps Early Riser Terrorbird
8:46 AM Meshell Ndegeocello Modern Time Comet, Come To Me Naive
8:40 AM Earth Wind and Fire Open Our Eyes Open Our Eyes Columbia
8:37 AM Funkadelic Open Our Eyes Music For Your Mother: Funkadelic 45s Westbound
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