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Thomas Alva Edison - Edison Sound Recordings: Hymns, Poetry and Music album download

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Thomas Alva Edison
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Edison Sound Recordings: Hymns, Poetry and Music
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01:09:07
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1520 mb
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The Raggedy Man. Thomas Alva Edison. 2. At the Ball That's All. 3. Are You from Dixie? Thomas Alva Edison. 4. Don't Bite the Hand. 5. Seven Ages of Man. 8. Medley of Southern Airs. 9. 12th Street Rag/Euday L. Bowman.

Advanced copies are accompanied by a letter from the Edison foundation (Harry L. Cherry) These performances have been electronically transferred from the original Edison cylinders and Diamond Disks by revolutionary process. This remarkable approach brings to listeners an extraordinary and overwhelming experience never before heard. Later reissues by Mark56 Records.

First Words Spoken Into The Phonograph (Re-recorded). Voice – Thomas Alva Edison. Therefore, it is with extreme pride that Mark56 Records Gratefully acknowledges its privilege granted by the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation to perpetuate this very important art form, which covers from 1888, the earliest record in existence anywhere, to 1929. Back-cover areas: Tracks are referred to as "Band" . Band 1, Band 2, etc. Product of MARK56 Records, Post Office Box One, Anaheim, California 92805 Produced under license by the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation.

by Thomas Alva Edison. on Edison Sound Recordings: Hymns, Poetry and Music.

Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor and businessman, who has been described as America's greatest inventor.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Raggedy Man Thomas Alva Edison 4:06
2 At the Ball That's All Thomas Alva Edison 4:08
3 Are You from Dixie? Thomas Alva Edison 3:24
4 Don't Bite the Hand Thomas Alva Edison 2:42
5 Seven Ages of Man Thomas Alva Edison 4:33
6 The Three Bears Thomas Alva Edison 4:15
7 Lasca/F. Desprez Thomas Alva Edison 4:17
8 Medley of Southern Airs Thomas Alva Edison 3:07
9 12th Street Rag/Euday L. Bowman Thomas Alva Edison 3:59
10 Santa Claus Hides in Your Phonograph Thomas Alva Edison 3:18
11 Oi Ya Nestchastay Thomas Alva Edison 3:22
12 Indiana/James F. Hanley Thomas Alva Edison 3:54
13 Beautiful Ohio/Mary Earl Thomas Alva Edison 3:33
14 The Twenty-Third Psalm Thomas Alva Edison 3:58
15 Introduction and Tarentelle/Pablo de Sarasate Thomas Alva Edison 4:36
16 Carnival of Venice--Variations Thomas Alva Edison 4:22
17 Caprice Espagnol/Ketten--Loeffler Thomas Alva Edison 3:24
18 Caprice Espagnol/Ketten--Loeffler Thomas Alva Edison 4:09