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Title:

All those in favor say aye

Performer(s):

Arthur Fields.

Issue Number/Label:

3777: Edison Blue Amberol

Issue Number/Label:

6666: Edison Record

Year of Release:

[1919]



Audio:

Stream cylinder 5924: Download: MP3 file (2-4 MB) (Usage info)



Note:

Year of release from "Edison Blue Amberol Recordings" by R. Dethlefson, v.2 (1981).

Note:

Dubbed from Edison Diamond Disc matrix: 6666.

Note:

Edison Blue Amberol: 3777.

Note:

Baritone and chorus with orchestra accompaniment.

Personal Name:

Kennedy, Tom.

Personal Name:

Fields, Arthur.

Subject:

Popular music--1911-1920.

Subject:

World War, 1914-1918--Songs and music.

Subject:

Prohibition--Songs and music.

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 5924 (Take 3)

 


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