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Issue Number/Label

Year of Release


Polk Miller's Old South Quartet.

Laughing song

2176: Edison Blue Amberol
390: Edison Amberol



George W. Johnson.

Laughing song

4004: Edison Gold Moulded Record



George W. Johnson.

Laughing song

7601: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1904 and 1909]


Edward Meeker and Empire Vaudeville Co.

Laughing song

3427: Edison Blue Amberol
5897: Edison Record



Cal Stewart.

Laughing song

4004: Edison Record

[between 1896 and 1899]


Imperial Minstrels.

The laughing song

13004: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[either 1896 or 1897]


Vocals by Polk Miller and his Old South Quartette.

Laughing song.

390: Edison Amberol


Vocals by George W. Johnson, baritone ; piano accompaniment.

Laughing song.

7601: Columbia



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