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Bar Harbor Society Orchestra 78 with Stephen Foster etc. medleys, Vocalion color disk (1921)

Bar Harbor Society Orchestra 78 with Stephen Foster etc. medleys, Vocalion color disk (1921)

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This is a 10" 78 rpm record from the Bar Harbor Society Orchestra, featuring two medleys. The first, on side A, title "Old Timers," includes "Hail! Hail! the Gang's All Here," "How Dry I Am," "When Roses Bloom," "Georgia Camp Meeting," "Dinah," "Banks of the Wabash," "Yama Yama," and "Rings on My Fingers." On side B is "Southern Medley," consisting of "Swanee River," "Massa's in de Cold, Cold Ground," "Kentucky Home," "Old Black Joe," and "Dixie." Banjo solo by J. Call.

This record, which is on the Vocalion label (14315) and dated 1921, is in Acceptable to Good condition, mainly because of one crack which runs the length of the recording track and looks as though it was once repaired, at the rim, with solder. With some care and TLC this might be playable; I haven't risked it. I will ship it with great care. This disk is maroon in color.

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