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|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cal Stewart; Russell Hunting; James H White; Patrick Feaster; David Giovannoni
|Notes:||Bawdy and scurrilous comedy routines and recitations.
"Parental advisory, explicit content"--Container.
Recordings from the collections of Edison National Historic Site, National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior (tracks 1-14); and Bruce R. Young, Hanson, Massachusetts (tracks 15-43).
Program, historical, and biographical notes, with discographical information and bibliographical references, and transcripts of the performances, all in English by Patrick Feaster and David Giovannoni (58 p. : some col. ill., ports.) inserted in container.
|Event notes:||Recorded between 1892 and 1900.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Learning a city gal how to milk ; The tapeworm story (believed to be by Cal Stewart) --
Gimlet's soliloquy ; The rascal detector ; The whores' union ; Boarding the Folsom ; A few conundrums (by an unknown performer, possibly Russell Hunting) --
Out of order ; Did he charge too much ; Reilly as a policeman ; Sim Hadley on a racket (believed to be by Russell Hunting) --
Sim Hadley on a racket ; Michael Casey exhibiting his panorama ; Dennis Reilly at Maggie Murphy's home after nine o'clock (believed to be by James White) --
Stroll on Capitol Hill ; A hard head ; The virtues of raw oysters ; Jokes, riddles, verses, a limerick, and a toast ; More verses and jokes ; The lady's friend ; A song ; The Irishman's prayer ; A joke ; Verses and songs ; Poem: "I sit here thinking, Will, of you" (by an unknown performer, probably home recordings).
|Other Titles:||Indecent phonograph recordings from the 1890s|