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Music > 78 RPM (6 Items)

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Gibson, Harry
The Hipster
Music > 78 RPM
Condition: EX+
Label: Diamond
Reference Number: D9
Country: US
Date: 1947

Original 78 RPM issue. Book contains 2 records and is missing one. Both the records have a few surface scuffs, no scratches. The booklet has scuffing on the front and back covers and prices written inside. The binding is tight. This release on the small independent Diamond label is one of the rarest records by him. Unlike most of his recordings, it has neer been reissued.

Tunes - The Wolf Song, There's The Stuff You Gotta Watch, It Ain't Hep, Leave Me! I Hate To Be Alone. The sides that are missing had the tunes Bop Bop and Beer Party Saturday Night

In the 1940s, Gibson was known for writing unusual songs, which were considered ahead of their time. He was also known for his unique, wild singing style, his energetic and unorthodox piano styles, and for his intricate mixture of a hardcore, gutbucket boogie rhythms with ragtime, stride and jazz piano styles. Gibson took the boogie woogie beat of his predecessors and made it frantic - similar to early rock and roll. His career went into a tailspin in 1947, when his song "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine" put him on the music industry blacklist. He had an amazing, almost 70 year career and was a pioneer of rock and rock and roll 10 years before Elvis cut his first sides. He committed suiside in 1991.

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Karl and Harty
She Did Not Get Her Baby Out Of Jail / I Didn't Hear Anyone Pray
Music > 78 RPM
Condition: EX+
Label: Vocalion
Reference Number: 05439
Country: US
Date: 2/19/1940

Carl Martin could play anything with strings including the mandolin, guitar, fiddle, and string bass. Along with Roland Martin (his half-brother) and Howard Armstrong, he formed the Tennessee Chocolate Drops. Record has very few marks and plays with very little noise.

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Light Crust Doughboys
You Got What I Want / We Found Her Little Pussy Cat
Music > 78 RPM
Condition: EX+
Label: Vocalion
Reference Number: 05092
Country: US

The Light Crust Doughboys were a Texas western swing band formed in 1931 by Bob Wills, Milton Brown and W. Lee (Pappy) O'Daniel. Very nice copy! Has a few light marks but looks great and sounds great!

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Williams, Bert
Oh! Lawdy (Something's Done Got Between Ebecaneezer And Me) / Bring Back Those Wonderful Days
Music > 78 RPM
Condition: EX-
Label: Columbia
Reference Number: A2710
Country: US
Date: 1919

This 78 from 1919 has several scratches but still plays well and has not been destroyed by early Victrolas like so many 78s from this era.

Bert Williams was best known as a stage performer and vaudeville pioneer. This recording was made just 3 short years before his untimely death after collapsing on a stage in Detroit and was the first record made by him in 1919. He left an amazing legacy of sound in his recordings from 1901 to 1922. Booker T. Washington claimed that Bert Williams did more for his race by singing and acting than Washington did in his books.

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Yas Yas Girl and her Jazz Boys
I'd Rather Be Drunk / You Can't None Of That
Music > 78 RPM
Condition: EX+
Label: Vocalion
Reference Number: 05180
Country: US

Merline Johnson was the Yas Yas Girl and this is on of the 100 or so sides she recorded in the 1930s. She had some very famous blues musicians playing with her that included Big Bill Broonzy, Blind John Davis as well as jazzmen Punch Miller, Lee Collins, Walter Williams, Bill Owsley. Very nice copy! Has a few light marks but looks great and sounds great!

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Yas Yas Girl and her Jazz Boys
Want To Woogie Some More / I'll Try To Forget
Music > 78 RPM
Condition: EX+
Label: Vocalion
Reference Number: 05337
Country: US

Merline Johnson was the Yas Yas Girl and this is on of the 100 or so sides she recorded in the 1930s. She had some very famous blues musicians playing with her that included Big Bill Broonzy, Blind John Davis as well as jazzmen Punch Miller, Lee Collins, Walter Williams, Bill Owsley. Very nice copy! Has a few light marks but looks great and sounds great!

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