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Edison Diamond Disc A-250 Playing "Trick Pickin Chick-Chick-Chicken"

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Uploaded on May 16, 2009

Here's another favorite Edison Disc from my collection. This is the Golden Gate Orchestra with Jack Kaufman on vocals. It's a delightful jazzy spoof indicating the plight of the fellows in the 1920's trying to figure out how to find ("Pick") a girl ("Chick") with all the ways that ladies had to disguise their age, "...gray haired Granny and Sister Sue...I can't tell 'em apart can you?". The phonograph is a very early Edison model A-250 with the button type start/stop and side cabinet sound vents usually found only on the earliest Edison Amberola cylinder Phonographs. I temporarily replaced (for better sound) the original reproducer with a rebuilt Edisonic reproducer in original nickel finish. Hope you enjoy this one as much as I always have.

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