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Various: I'll Dance Till De Sun Breaks Through - Ragtime, Cakewalks & Stomps from 1989-1923 CD Track Listing

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Various I'll Dance Till De Sun Breaks Through - Ragtime, Cakewalks & Stomps from 1989-1923 (1985)
Given the age of these recordings, it shouldn't be much of a surprise that the quality varies from poor to worse...
This jazz cd contains 20 tracks and runs 55min 47sec.
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  1. Various - That Moaning Saxophone Rag (02:18)
    Composed by Tom Brown and Harry Cook. \nPerformed by Six Brown Brothers Saxophone Sextet.\nRecorded in Camden, NJ, on November 20, 1914.
  2. Various - Florida Rag (02:38)
    Composed by Lowry. \nPerformed by Van Eps Trio (two banjos and a piano).\nRecorded in New York, NY, on July 26, 1912.
  3. Various - Bacchanal Rag (02:49)
    Composed by Louis Hirsch. \nPerformed by the Peerless Orchestra.\nRecorded in London, England, on December 3, 1912.
  4. Various - Alabama Skedaddle (02:39)
    Composed by Hesse. \nPerformed by William Mitcham on xylophone.\nRecorded in London, England, circa August, 1911.
  5. Various - Castle Walk (03:20)
    Composed by James Europe and Ford Dabney. \nPerformed by Europe's Society Orchestra.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on February 10, 1914.
  6. Various - From Soup to Nuts (03:11)
    Written and performed by Feliz Arndt, piano.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on February 20, 1914.
  7. Various - Smoky Mokes (01:40)
    Composed by Abe Holzmann. \nPerformed by the Metropolitan Orchestra.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on September 28, 1900.
  8. Various - Eli Green's Cake Walk (02:12)
    Composed by Eli Green. \nBanjo duet performed by Cullen and Collins.\nRecorded in New York, NY, circa May, 1898.
  9. Various - the Cake Walk (02:47)
    Composer unknown. \nPerformed by the Victor Minstrels.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on December 13, 1902.
  10. Various - I'll Dance Till De Sun Breaks Through (03:54)
    Composed by Archibald Joyce. \nPerformed by Archibald Joyce and his Orchestra.\nRecorded in London, England, on March 7, 1912.
  11. Various - 'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do (04:00)
    Composed by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins. \nPerformed by Charles A. Matson's Creole Serenaders.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on July 30, 1923.
  12. Various - Whistling Rufus (02:40)
    Composed by Kerry Mills. \nBanjo solo performed by Olly Oakley, with piano accompaniment by Landon Ronald.\nRecorded in London, England, on March 12, 1903.
  13. Various - Wild Cherries Rag (02:48)
    Composed by Ted Snyder. \nPerformed by the Victor Orchestra, conducted by Walter B. Rogers.\nRecorded in New York, NY, circa January 15, 1910.
  14. Various - Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey? (02:36)
    Composed by Hugh Cannon. \nSung by Arthur Collins with piano accompaniment (probably) by Fred Hager.\nRecorded in New York, NY, circa May, 1902.
  15. Various - Stomp Dance (02:39)
    Composed by J. I. Stewart. \nPerformed by the Victor Military Band.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on March 12, 1912.
  16. Various - Calico Rag (02:48)
    Composed by Charles L. Johnson. \nPiano solo by Frank E. Banta, with accompaniment on drums by Howard Kopp.\nRecorded in New York, NY, March 7, 1917.
  17. Various - Smiles and Chuckles - a Jazz Rag (02:22)
    Composed by F. Henri Klickmann. \nPerformed by Six Brown Brothers Saxophone Sextet.\nRecorded in Camden, NJ, on May 9, 1917.
  18. Various - On the Levee (03:06)
    Composer unknown. \nPerformed by the Victor Minstrels.\nRecorded in New York, NY, on December 13, 1902.
  19. Various - Trombone Sneeze - a Humoresque Cakewalk (02:09)
    Composed by Arthur Pryor. \nPerformed by Sousa's Band.\nRecorded in Philadelphia, PA, on January 30, 1902.
  20. Various - Two-Key Rag (02:58)
    Composed by Joe Hollander. \nPerformed by Conway's Band.\nRecorded in Camden, NJ, on July 5, 1916.


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