Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922
Last updated: 22.08.18
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Label: Archeophone Records
Release Date: 11 October, 2005
  1. Mamma's Black Baby Boy (Unique Quartette, 1893)
  2. Keep Movin' (Standard Quartette, 1894)
  3. Who Broke the Lock (Unique Quartette, c.1895)
  4. Brother Michael, Won't You Hand Down that Rope (Oriole Quartette, c.1895)
  5. Poor Mourner (Cousins and DeMoss, 1898)
  6. Who Broke the Lock (Cousins and DeMoss, 1898)
  7. Down on the Old Camp Ground (Dinwiddie Colored Quartet, 1902)
  8. Jerusalem Mornin' (Polk Miller and His Old South Quartet, 1909)
  9. Little David / Shout All Over God's Heaven (Fisk University Jubilee Quartet, 1909)
  10. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Apollo Jubilee Quartet, 1912)
  11. Shout All Over God's Heaven (Apollo Jubilee Quartet, 1912)
  12. Good News (Tuskegee Institute Singers, 1914)
  13. The Rain Song, Will Marion Cook (Right Quintette, 1915)
  14. Goodnight Angeline, Eubie Blake (Four Harmony Kings, 1921)
  15. Experiences in the Show Business (Charley Case, 1909)
  16. The Whistling Coon (George W. Johnson, 1891)
  17. Adam and Eve and de Winter Apple (excerpt) (Louis Vasnier, c.1893)
  18. The Laughing Song (George W. Johnson, c.1894-98)
  19. Minstrel First Part, featuring "The Laughing Song" (Spencer, Williams & Quinn's Imperial Minstrels, c.1894)
  20. Listen to the Mocking Bird (George W. Johnson, 1896)
  21. The Laughing Coon (George W. Johnson, c.1898)
  22. The Whistling Girl (George W. Johnson, c.1899)
  23. My Little Zulu Babe, James Timothy Brymn (Williams and Walker, 1901)
  24. Carving the Duck (George W. Johnson, 1903)
  25. The Merry Mail Man (Len Spencer and George W. Johnson, 1906)
  26. Nobody (Bert Williams, 1906)
  27. My Own Story of the Big Fight (part 1) (Jack Johnson, 1910)
  28. Beans, Beans, Beans (Opal Cooper, 1917)
  29. Great Camp Meetin' Day (Noble Sissle, 1920)
  30. Atlanta Exposition Speech (Booker T. Washington, 1908)
  31. Old Black Joe (Thomas Craig, 1898)
  32. Old Dog Tray (Carroll Clark, 1910)
  33. I Surrender All (Daisy Tapley and Carroll Clark, 1910)
  34. Swing Along (Afro-American Folk Song Singers, 1914)
  35. The Rain Song (Afro-American Folk Song Singers, 1914)
  36. Exhortation, Will Marion Cook (Right Quintette, 1915)
  37. Vesti la Giubba (Roland Hayes, 1918)
  38. Go Down Moses (Harry T. Burleigh, 1919)
  39. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child (Edward H. S. Boatner, 1919)
  40. Villanelle (Florence Cole/Talbert, 1919)
  41. Barcarolle (R. Nathaniel Dett, 1919)
  42. Lament (Clarence Cameron White, 1919)
  43. When de Co'n Pone's Hot / Possum (Edward Sterling Wright, 1913)
  44. Down Home Rag (1911), Wilbur C. Sweatman (Europe's Society Orchestra, 1913)
  45. Bregeiro (1914) (Rio Brazilian Maxixe), Ernesto Nazareth , (Joan Sawyer's Persian Garden Orchestra, 1914)
  46. On the Shore at Le-Lei-Wei (Ciro's Club Coon Orchestra, 1916)
  47. Down Home Rag, Wilber C. Sweatman (Wilbur C. Sweatman, 1916)
  48. Some Jazz Blues, Mayhew Lester Lake , (Memphis Pickaninny Band, 1917)
  49. Sarah from Sahara (Eubie Blake Trio, 1917)
  50. The Jazz Dance (Blake's Jazzone Orchestra, 1917)
  51. Ev'rybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues (Wilbur C. Sweatman's Original Jazz Band, 1918)
  52. The Darktown Strutters' Ball (1917), Shelton Brooks (Lieut. Jim Europe's 369th U. S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band, 1919)
  53. Camp Meeting Blues, Joe Oliver (Ford Dabney's Band, 1919)
  54. St. Louis Blues, William C. Handy (W. C. Handy's Memphis Blues Band, 1922)