Maple Leaf Rag - Victor Arden & Phil Ohman - Victor Credenza 1931


Here is Piano Duet Team of Victor Arden and Phil Ohman from 1931 playing Scott Joplin's Ragtime classic the Maple Leaf Rag.


1925 Victor Orthophonic Credenza. Restored


Hi all, this is my latest project, finally completed it a few months ago, took my 4 months. This is my 1925 Credenza, the date on the make is Dec 31st 1925. ...


Victor Credenza Victrola plays "The Terror" 1930 Black Jazz, Cliff Jackson & his Krazy Kats


Here is some really rare 1930 Black Jazz played by Cliff Jackson and His Krazy Kats on a Van Dyke 78rpm record (Van Dyke was one of Grey Gulls many labels). ...


Harry Richman sings - Puttin on the Ritz - 1929 on a Victor Credenza


Here is Flamboyant 1920's & 30's singing star Harry Richman (1895-1972) singing "Puttin on the Ritz" from 1929 on an original Brunswick 10" 78rpm Record. The...


Victor Credenza Update Part 16 final


It's alive !! After 35 years the Credenza plays a record. I wonder what she will look like after her next 85 years?


1928 Victor Credenza


A guy that cleans out houses found this in the basement where it had been for over 40 years, and it was scheduled for the dumpster. He decided the cabinet wa...


Victor Credenza plays Wreck of the John B - The Weavers


From Wikpedia: "'The John B. Sails' (also known as Wreck of the John B., and Sloop John B.) is a folk song that first appeared in a 1917 American novel, Piec...


Joe Venuti & his New Yorkers 1931 Okeh Record, Victor Credenza 1925


Here is Jazz Violinist Joe Venuti & his New Yorkers on a 1931 black & gold label Okeh 78rpm record from 1931 performing "Out of Breath" from the Garrick Gaie...


My Sugar • Chester Gaylord (Victor Credenza)


Chester Gaylord sings "My Sugar" on Columbia #432-D (140782) with ukulele accompaniment (though it sure sounds like a banjo to me...) played on a 1926 Victor...


Victor Credenza plays Muskrat Ramble - Sidney Bechet


From Wikipedia: "Muskrat Ramble" is a jazz composition written by Kid Ory in 1926. It was first recorded on February 26, 1926 by Louis Armstrong and his Hot ...


Victor Credenza plays Blue Danube - Mark Weber


Strauss' famous Blue Danube Waltz, as performed by Mark Weber's orchestra. The record is being played on a 1926 Victor VV 8-30 Orthophonic Victrola, using a ...


1928 Victor Credenza update


My 20.00 1928 electric Victor Credenza. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Orthophonic_Victrola . This was in very rough condition, but I have cleaned all t...


Ramona - Maurice Gunsky - 1928 Played on a 1928 Victor Credenza Phonograph


Ramona by Maurice Gunsky tenor with piano and violin from the 1928 Victor orthophonic 78 Rpm record. Played on a 1928 Victor Credenza phonograph.


Victor Credenza plays Tear It Down - Clyde McCoy


from Wikipedia: Clyde McCoy (December 29, 1903 in Ashland, Kentucky -- June 11, 1990 in Memphis, Tennessee), was a jazz trumpet player whose popularity spann...


Come On, Baby! • Clicquot Club Eskimos (Victor Credenza)


The Clicquot Club Eskimos (under the direction of famous banjo virtuoso Harry Reser) perform "Come On, Baby!" on Columbia Viva-tonal label #1592-D (147033), ...


Victor Credenza plays Maple Leaf Rag - Sidney Bechet


Sidney Bechet was one of the first signature jazz soloists, his professional career slightly predating that of Louis Armstrong. This is his rendition of Scot...


Victor Credenza plays Wreck of the Old 97 - Vernon Dalhart


We're set up in our new apartment, which means the Victrola can come out to play again! Today's selection, Vernon Dalhart's 1924 rendition of "Wreck of the O...


Victor Credenza plays Phillip Spitalny and his Orchestra


On the Victor label #22332-A "The One That I Love Just Can't Be Bothered With Me"


Victor Credenza plays Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins


From Wikipedia: "Blue Suede Shoes" is a rock and roll standard written and first recorded by Carl Perkins in 1955 and is considered one of the first rockabil...


Changes • Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (Victor Credenza)


Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra play "Changes" on Victor record 21103-B, played on a 1926 Victor VE8-30X Orthrophonic Victrola with medium tone needle. Recor...


Wings • Clicquot Club Eskimos (Victor Credenza)


The Clicquot Club Eskimos (under the direction of famous tenor banjo virtuoso Harry Reser) perform "Avalon Town" on Columbia Viva-tonal label #1322-D (145662...


That Wonderful Something - Nat Shilkret -1930 1929 Victor Credenza


That Wonderful Something by Nat Shilkret 1930, vocal by Mark Kel's Happy Go Lucky Boys, played on a 1929 Victor Orthophonic phonograph.


Victor Credenza plays Witchcraft - The Spiders


From Wikipedia: The Spiders were an R&B vocal group from New Orleans, who achieved their greatest fame in the 1950s. The group was founded as a gospel group ...


Bing Crosby "Love in Bloom" 1934 Oriole 78rpm Record, Victor Credenza


Here is Bing Crosby in his early Crooning Style, singing "Love in Bloom" composed by Robin & Rainger on an Oriole 78rpm record (2993) from the same year. Thi...


Weary Blues • Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven (Victor Credenza)


Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven play "Weary Blues" on Parlophone record R 2393 (80863) played on a 1926 Victor VE8-30 Orthrophonic Victrola with and medium...


The Merry Peasant • Malcolm McEachern (Victor Credenza)


Australian bass Malcolm McEachern sings Robert Schumann's "The Merry Peasant" (with lyrics by Bentley Collingwood Hilliam) on British pressing Columbia recor...


Victor Credenza plays Song of India - Tommy Dorsey


Recently, I posted a recording of violinist Fritz Kreisler playing Chanson Indoue by Rimsky-Korsakov. That piece was adapted into an early "big band" style b...


Victor Credenza plays Wilf Carter "I'm gonna ride to heaven on a Streamline Train" 1935


Here is early Country and Western star Wilf Carter (1904-1996) singing and yodeling "I'm gonna ride to heaven on a Streamline Train" his own compostion . The...


Lucy Long • Malcolm McEachern (Victor Credenza)


This video is by special request by Norbert Nielubowski, bassoonist in the Minnesota Orchestra, for his student Beck. Australian bass Malcolm McEachern and b...


Lucy Long • Malcolm McEachern (Victor Credenza)


Australian bass Malcolm McEachern and bassoonist John Alexandra (with novelty accompaniment and effects) play "Lucy Long" on British pressing Columbia DB 101...


Victor Credenza plays John Henry - Lead Belly


From Wikipedia: Huddie William Ledbetter (January 20, 1888 -- December 6, 1949) was an iconic American folk and blues musician, and multi-instrumentalist, no...


Mills Brothers, Coney Island Washboard 78rpm, Victor Credenza


Here are the fabulous Mills Brothers, one of Americas all time favorite singing harmonizers on a Banner (Matrix 8665) 78rpm record, which places the recordin...


Victor Credenza plays Der Fuehrer's Face - Spike Jones


Best known for his lampoons of popular songs and artists, Spike Jones was no stranger to covering the silly songs of others, either. This particular piece is...


Victor Credenza plays Run On & On a Wing and a Prayer - Golden Gate Quartet


From Wikipedia: The Golden Gate Quartet (aka The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) is an American vocal group. It was formed in 1934 and, with changes in membersh...


Victor Credenza plays Some More Mountain Dew - Grandpa Jones


From Wikipedia: "Good Old Mountain Dew" (ROUD 18669) -- sometimes called simply "Mountain Dew" -- is a song composed by Bascom Lamar Lunsford. In addition to...


Victor Credenza Update Part 1


I've been working on the third Credenza this past month. Had several computer crashes and lost lots of my videos, and had a hard drive crash while putting th...


Laurel&Hardy - Stanley owns a Victor Credenza


Looks like a faily new Credenza sitting by the door....


Victor Credenza plays Strange Fruit - Josh White


From Wikipedia: "Strange Fruit" is a song performed most famously by Billie Holiday, who released her first recording of it in 1939, the year she first sang ...


Mississippi Jook Band plays Barbecue Bust 1936 Victor Credenza


Was this one of the two first Rock and Roll type song ever recorded? Recorded in Hattiesburg, Mississippi in 1936 by the legendary "Blind" Roosevelt Graves w...


Victor Credenza plays The Jolly Coppersmith - Arthur Pryor's Band


From Wikipedia: Arthur Willard Pryor (September 22, 1870 -- June 18, 1942) was a trombone virtuoso, bandleader, and soloist with the Sousa Band. In later lif...


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