Consumer Guide Album. American Pop: An Audio History from Minstrel to Mojo on Record, 1893-1946 Nine CDs spanning 1893-1946, it'll set you back a hundred bucks, and it's not really what it says it is, cheating Tin Pan Alley, John Philip Sousa, George M. Cohan, Ruth Etting, Broadway, Northerners, Ukulele Ike, Gene Austin, humor, Hollywood, Fred Astaire, Glen Gray, Glenn Miller, the Andrews Sisters, and anybody who doesn't sing-a de English, among others.
The 9 CD set (11 hours - 215 songs) ends in 1946. The CD set has 3 booklets of extensive liner notes drawn from the book. The book has more extensive write-ups on the chosen recordings (note that these are all commercial recordings) and begins with several brilliant essays by Mr. Lowe.
Here, the pop music and jazz critics of The New York Times assess a selection of this year's boxed sets. Mr. Lowe's book ''American Pop From Minstrel to Mojo: On Record 1893-1956'' explains things in greater depth. We are continually improving the quality of our text archives.
American POP: an audio history from minstrel to mojo: on record, 1893-1946. Disc 1: 01. The Unique Quartet, Mama's Black Baby Boy 02. Cousins and De Moss, Poor Mourner 03. Vess Ossman, A Coon Band Contest 04., Cakewalk 05. Sousa Band, Pasquinale 06. Arthur Collins, Bill Bailey 07.
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An outstanding nine CD collection of rare jazz, blues, country, pop, cowboy, march, ragtime, vaudeville and gospel recordings that form our musical legacy, compiled by jazz historian Allen Lowe. More than10 hours of music in a presentation slipcase with a 127 page booklet containing many photos and a wealth of interesting information about the music. Polk Miller and his Old South Quartette - Oysters and Wine at 2 AM (3:13) 14. Ethel Waters - Lonesome Swallow (3:01) 15. Lottie Beamon - Rolling Log Blues (2:17) 16.