The Twelve Days of Holidays, Part IX: Seriously Old-School Xmas Tune-age


Today's holiday treat is motherlode of mp3 transfers of Christmas songs recorded on wax cylinders between 1906 and 1928. Former radio personality Paul Fuction pulled together the tunes and some other seasonal tracks for his "Paul's Ramblings" blog. Check 'em out. The only name you may recognize is Eddie Cantor, an actor whose career spanned from Broadway to the TV era. But really, if you know any of these names, you're probably not spending your mid-morning break spacing out on the Internets. If you're scrambling to find some deep cuts for your last-minute Christmas mix, here ya go. -- D.X. Ferris Previously on the 12 Days of Holidays ...

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