Randy13

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Member Since: 10/26/2003
Total Mixes: 36
Total Feedback: 296
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Other Mixes By Randy13

CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre

Archaeology Sandwich

Artist Song Buy
Vernon Dalhart and Ed. Smalle  Mrs. Murphy's Chowder  buy on itunes
Vera Lynn  Yours  buy on itunes
Gene Autry  In The Jail House Now  buy on itunes
Billy Murray  Nobody Else Can Love Me Like My Old Tomato Can  buy on itunes
Blind Lemon Jefferson  Broke and Hungry  buy on itunes
Coon Creek Girls  Flowers Blooming In The Wildwood  buy on itunes
Robert Johnson  When You Got A Good Friend  buy on itunes
Irving Kaufman  Cut Yourself a Piece of Cake  buy on itunes
The Tiger  Bandandea  buy on itunes
Shortbuckle Roark & Family  I Truly Understand That You Love Another Man  buy on itunes
Marlene Dietrich  Give Me The Man  buy on itunes
The Boswell Sisters  Crazy People  buy on itunes
Gus Arnheim & His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra  I'll Get By  buy on itunes
Mississippi Sheiks  Sales Tax  buy on itunes
Memphis Seven  Grunt Meat Blues  buy on itunes
John I. White & Roy Smeck  Whoopee-Ti-Yi-Yo  buy on itunes
Bessie Smith  Kitchen Man  buy on itunes
Blossom Seeley  Yes Sir, That's My Baby  buy on itunes
Moonshine Kate  My Man's A Jolly Railroad Man  buy on itunes
New Orleans Owls  The Nightmare  buy on itunes
Sonny Boy Williamson  Black Gal Blues  buy on itunes
Jimmie Rodgers  Years Ago  buy on itunes
Memphis Minnie  He's In The Ring  buy on itunes
Chuckwagon Gang  We Are Climbing  buy on itunes
The Mills Brothers  Moanin' For You  buy on itunes

Comment:

Music from the first half of the last century. No attention paid to genre or chronological separation--merely a broad sampler of my favorite old tunes. These are the songs that keep me company in the dark, and hold my hand at night. It's not that I hate modern music, but Tin Pan Alley and Dixieland remind me that humanity is a constant condition, rather than my own personal problem. At any rate, these cd's are meant as xmas gifts, designed to introduce my friends to the good stuff. Anyone who cannot see that 'Moanin' for You' is one of the ten greatest pop ballads of all time is beyond redemption.

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The Misfit
Date: 1/2/2005
Great stuff. I love that Shortbuckle Roark song, especially.
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Bear
Date: 1/2/2005
Wow. Very impressive. I don't really know much of any of this, but I don't doubt the quality...
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Franklin Onn12
Date: 1/2/2005
Wonderful music on both volumes. The more I delve into the pre-WWII stuff, the more I love it.
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Dirk
Date: 1/2/2005
Fantastic. Great mix.
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 1/2/2005
Rally great. Love the John I. White & Roy Smeck pick especially.
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 1/2/2005
Hmm, that should read "really." Wasn't going for an affected, blue blood accent ("rahlly dahling...").
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Mo Twang!
Date: 1/2/2005
Excellent!
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2
Date: 1/2/2005
Wow! All Great !
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Sean Lally
Date: 1/2/2005
Very nice stuff here
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James Jackson
Date: 1/2/2005
Looks great, Randy.
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hemizen
Date: 1/3/2005
Some very nice stuff hear (here) Randy!
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Rob Conroy
Date: 1/3/2005
This looks really well-done and very interesting.
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p the swede
Date: 1/3/2005
interseting
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gobi
Date: 1/3/2005
What do I know? Very little, but I am a big fan of Bessie Smith. 5, 7 and 21 are also on my (hypothetical) play list.
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Siobhan
Date: 1/4/2005
Really, really nice, especially the Gene Autry and Sonny Boy Williamson - I would absolutely love to hear this. I'm sure they went down really well at Christmas.
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Saaf
Date: 1/4/2005
You don't see Billy Murray on many mixes these days!
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12vman
Date: 1/5/2005
Wild.

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