Download Nat M. Wills / Charles Ross Taggart - Automobile Parody / Pineville School Board Flac
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- Conductor [Uncredited] – Walter B. Rogers (tracks: A)
Side A: "Parodies on 'Holy City' ; 'Toreador Song' ; 'Marching Through Georgia' ; 'Dixie' ; 'Ben Bolt' ; 'Out On The Deep' ; 'Reuben, Reuben ; 'Rosary' ; 'John Brown's Body' ; 'Auld Lang Syne'"
Side A recorded in Camden, NJ, February 10, 1915; side B recorded in Camden, NJ, October 27, 1915.
Credit, release date and recording information from DAHR. See https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/objects/detail/30163/Victor_35601
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): B 35601A 3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): N 35601B 1 2
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
Victor 35601 - Charles Ross Taggart - Pineville School Board 1915 Rural Comedy Storytelling Humor. Charles Ross Taggart 19 March 1871, Washington, : Charles Ross Taggart. Rural Monologue with Violin Specialty. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are truncated conical, truncated conical, truncated conical, truncated conical. The preferred versions suggested by an audio engineer at George Blood, L. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 17794A Catalog number: 17794-A. Pineville School Board. Victor 35601-B. Performed by Charles Ross Taggart. Recorded June 1916. download Charles Ross Taggart PINEVILLE SCHOOL BOARD Rural Comedy 10271915 Camden New Jersey Nat M. Wills born Louis McGrath Wills July 11, 1873 December 9, 1917, was a popular stage star, vaudeville entertainer, and recording artist at the beginning of the 20th century. He is best known for his tramp persona and for performing humorous or satirical musical numbers, including parodies of popular songs of the day. Forgotten Music on 78 RPM records techstoryteller. Victor Records Nat M. Wills Automobile Parody. Charles Ross Taggart Pineville School Board. 35601B Charles Ross Taggart PINEVILLE SCHOOL BOARD. Rural Comedy. 10271915 Camden New Jersey. Nat M. Charles Ross Taggart 19 March 1871, Washington, D. 4 July 1953, Kents Hill, Maine was an American comedian and folklorist who appeared all over North America as The Man From Vermont and The Old Country Fiddler from 1895-1938. This episode has no messages yet. Nat Wills was born Louis McGrath Wills in Fredericksburg, Virginia, on July 11, 1873, the son of John 18321904 and Sallie B. 18451881 Wills. His birth name is variously. Charles R. Taggart, Self: Charles R. Taggart, 'The Old Country Fiddler' at the Singing School. Charles Ross Taggart was born in Washington, D. His mother, Emily Divoll Taggart, was a missionary working in the Freedman's Bureau in Washington. His father, John Nelson Taggart, was from Pennsylvania, a Union soldier during the Civil War, and a postal clerk. He died 5 months before Taggart was born. His birth name is variously given as Louis Magrath Wills, Matthew McGrath Wills and Edward McGrego read more. In Intelligence, Schwimmer stars as a blustering U. agent deployed to work alongside his British counterparts at the UK's cyber crime and terrorism unit. Series creator Nick Mohammed co-stars as an awkward computer Ross Taggart himself, c. 1924, in a Lee DeForest Phono-Film one of the earliest talkies, doing his Old Country Fiddler at the Singing School routine. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser. Posted by Adam Boyce