BAND: In Darkest Africa (from Sousa’s “Three Quotations”)
New York: Released June 1908
JOHN J. KIMMEL (accordion): Indian Intermezzo
New York: Released June 1909
FRED VAN EPS (banjo): Trombone Johnsen
New York: Released February 1908
“Johnsen” is the correct spelling, per the sheet music and copyright registration.
VESS L. OSSMAN (banjo): Hoop-E-Kack
New York: Released July 1909
ELIDA MORRIS: Stop! Stop! Stop! (Come Over and Love Me Some More)
New York: Released April 1911
ARTHUR COLLINS: Come After Breakfast (Bring ’Long Your Lunch, and Leave ’Fore Suppertime)
New York: Released June 1910
Cylinder Fans — We still have a few copies left of Indestructible and U-S Everlasting Cylinders: An Illustrated History and Cylinderography (an ARSC Award winner). Quantities are limited , and we won’t be reprinting — order soon if interested!