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Number of hits: 12 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

Everything is peaches down in Georgia

3617: Edison Blue Amberol
6286: Edison Record

[1918]

2

Walter Van Brunt and chorus.

Georgia land

1735: Edison Blue Amberol

[1913]

3

Edison Modern Minstrels.

Georgia minstrels

8672: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1904]

4

Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

In dear old Georgia

9099: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1905]

5

Byron G. Harlan and Frank C. Stanley.

Marching thro' Georgia

8606: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1904]

6

Indestructible Military Band.

Marching through Georgia

1069: Indestructible Record

[1909]

7

Band.

Marching through Georgia

3469: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

8

James F. Harrison

Marching through Georgia

733: Edison Amberol

[ca. 1911]

9

James F. Harrison.

Marching through Georgia

1888: Edison Blue Amberol
733: Edison Amberol

[1913]

10

Gilmore's Band.

Marching through Georgia

1638: Columbia

[between 1896 and 1900]

11

Columbia Drum, Fife and Bugle Corps.

Marching through Georgia

12801: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1899]

12

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

'Way down in Georgia

10478: Edison Standard Record

[1911]

 


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