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Title Don't give the name a bad place : types and stereotypes in American musical theater, 1870-1900. [Sound recording]

Published New York : New World Records, p1978.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank Vinyl L  AV 2997  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
Physical description 1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Notes "At head of title: Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc."
Durations on container; programme notes by Richard M. Sudhalter, words, and bibliography (6 p.) bound in.
Contents The babies on our block -- Maggie Murphy's home -- John Riley's always dry -- Paddy Duffy's cart -- Hang the Mulligan banner up -- Stay in your own backyard -- De golden wedding -- My gal is a high born lady -- Darktown is out tonight -- Tell 'em I'll be there -- The German 5th -- Cat song or Can any one tell vere dot cat is gone? -- Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man -- Don't give de name a bad blace.
Performers Songs ; Max Morath, Danny Barker, or Clifford Jackson, in part with vocal ensemble ; Dick Hyman, piano and conductor.
Notes Recorded at Columbia Recording Studios, New York.
Other author Morath, Max. Performer.
Barker, Danny. Performer.
Jackson, Clifford, 1915- Performer.
Hyman, Dick, 1927- Performer.
Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Subject Popular music -- United States.
Musicals -- Excerpts.
Minorities -- United States -- Songs and music.
Other title The babies on our block.
Maggie Murphy's home.
John Riley's always dry.
Paddy Duffy's cart.
Hang the Mulligan banner up.
Stay in your own backyard.
De golden wedding.
My gal is a high born lady.
Darktown is out tonight.
Tell 'em I'll be there.
The German 5th.
Can any one tell vere dot cat is gone?
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man.
Publisher Number NW 265 New World Records