Dancing the devil away hot dance music on Edison diamond discs, 1923-1928.

Published 2017
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A compilation of 21 rare jazz and 'hot dance' selections recorded for Thomas Edison's record label in the 1920s.

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Lynchburg, VA : Rivermont, 2017.
1 audio disc : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
digital optical stereo
audio file
CD audio
Title from disc label.
Compact disc.
Performed by Donald Lindley.
Recorded 1923-1928 New York.
No one loves you any better than your m-a-double-m-y (3:53)
When you walked out, someone else walked right in (3:07)
Too tired (3:33)
I like pie - I like cake - but I like you best of all (4:04)
Just a little thing called rhythm (3:47)
Hot as a summer's day (3:37)
Trumpet blues (4:03)
Here comes Malinda (3:46)
I wonder what's become of Joe? (3:53)
When the red, red robin comes bob, bob, bobbin' along (3:36)
Go Joe go (3:36)
Tiger rag (3:22)
Muddy water (4:47)
Rubber heels (3:49)
Clarinet marmalade (4:02)
Dancing the Devil away (3:35)
Five pennies (4:05)
Symphonic raps (3:39)
Missouri squabble (3:44)
Rhapsody in rhythm (3:26)
Red hot (3:23).
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