From Cake-Walk To Ragtime 1898-1916

Download VA – From Cake-Walk To Ragtime (1898 – 1916) (1997) [MP3]

This is for collectors who are into music roots f the 20th century. Lots of rare stuff here.

1. W. Collins – Eli Green’s Cakewalk
2. Anonymous – Cake
3. Metropolitan Orchestra – Smokey Mokes
4. Sousa’s Band – Whistling Rufus
5. Victor Minstrels – The Cake
6. Olly Oakley – Whistling Rufus
7. Anonymous (Unindentified) – Cake
8. Victor Dance Orchestra – Cake-Walk In The Sky
9. Ossman Dudley Trio – St. Louis Tickle
10. Ossman Dudley Trio – Dixie Girl
11. Musique de la Garde Republicaine – Le Vrai Cake
12. Orchestre Apga – Anona
13. Vess Ossman – A Bunch Of Rags
14. Vess Ossman – The Buffalo Rag
15. Irving Berlin – Alexander’s Ragtime Band
16. W. Ditcham – Alabama Skedaddle
17. Victor Military Band – Alexander’s Ragtime Band
18. Victor Military Band – Slippery Place Rag
19. W. Collins – Black Diamond Rag
20. Victor Military Band – Stomp Dance
21. R. Carr – That Mysterious Rag
22. W. Miller – Grizzly Bear
23. Empire Military Band – Dill Pickles Hot Stuff Ragtime
24. Mr. White (B. Whitlock) – Ragtime Frolics
25. Joyce’s Orch – I’ll Dance Till De Sun Breaks Through
26. Orchestre Tzigane du Volney – Oh That Yankianna Rag
27. Peerless Orchestra – Bacchanal Rag
28. Europe’s Society Orchestra – Too Much Mustard
29. Europe’s Society Orchestra – Down Home Rag
30. Europe’s Society Orchestra – You’re Here And I’m Here
31. Europe’s Society Orchestra – Castle Walk
32. Fred van Eps Trio – Notoriety Rag
33. Six Brown Bros – Thet Moaning Saxophone Rag
34. Joseph Moskovitz – Operatic Rag
35. Fred van Eps – Raggin’ The Scale
36. Conway’s Band – Two Key Rag

About vintage45

I'm a big fan of vintage books,movies,TV shows and music. I encourage everyone to patronize your local used book/record store and pick up some of the good stuff. My posts are capsule reviews of some favorites that you may want to investigate. The albums posted aren't really reviews but items from my collection that are still available. I try and point out highlights of each one and let the music speak for itself. Thanks to all for checking out the blog.
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