Recordings made Thursday, February 5, 1914

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Columbia3921510-in.2/5/1914HöstdrömErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 
Columbia3921810-in.2/5/1914BorghildErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 
VictorB-1441310-in.2/5/1914A little love, a little kissVictor Military BandBand 
VictorB-1441410-in.2/5/1914Little grey home in the WestVictor Military BandBand 
VictorB-1441610-in.2/5/1914What d'ye mean you lost yer dog?Victor Military BandBand 
VictorB-1441810-in.2/5/1914DixieVictor Military BandBand 
VictorB-1441910-in.2/5/1914Thanks for the lobsterFred Van EpsBanjo solo, with piano, drum, and traps (take 1); with piano and drums (take 2) 
VictorB-1442010-in.2/5/1914Notoriety ragVan Eps TrioInstrumental trio 
VictorC-1394512-in.10/9/1913On the old Fall River lineVictor Military BandBand 
VictorC-1441512-in.2/5/1914Lukoumi tangoVictor Military BandBand 
VictorC-1441712-in.2/5/1914'Kiss me good-night' medleyVictor Military BandBand 
Victor[Trial 1914-02-05-01]Not documented2/5/1914It was a lover and his lassMr. and Mrs. WhyFemale-male vocal duet 
Victor[Trial 1914-02-05-02]Not documented2/5/1914Vulcan's songMr. WhyMale vocal solo 
Victor[Trial 1914-02-05-03]Not documented2/5/1914Cradle songMrs. WhyFemale vocal solo 


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