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NEW FOR 2019! Have you ever wondered what today’s music would sound like if it was written in the early days of the 20th Century? Look no further. The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra turns two popular favorites into Ragtime – Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees, and Take On Me by A-ha, played in the same style this music would have been performed if it had been written c. 1910. The perfect addition to your Vinyl collection! Comes with a digital download code.
NEW FOR 2019! In the winter of 2018, 13 cardboard boxes of American popular music, collected by the late ragtime pianist Johnny Maddox (1927-2018) were carefully shipped to the Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra for performance and preservation. On this, the Peacherine’s fourth album, we perform music from the collection, featuring stunning musical selections by Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, John Philip Sousa, and lesser-known composers of the early 1900s. Featuring guest pianist Adam Swanson, vocalist William Edwards, and two never-before released duets featuring Johnny Maddox and Adam Swanson, this CD is sure to delight listeners and to celebrate the joy that is found in America’s first popular music style: RAGTIME!
“Tremendous feeling for the music in these performances… the PRSO has the real sound of the period down pat.”– Fanfare
“The finest group of its kind… impeccably performed.”– The Syncopated Times
1) Listen To That Dixie Band: One Step March (1915) by George L. Cobb
2) Car-Barlick-Acid (1901) by Clarence Wiley
3) Swanee Ripples: A Rag (1912) by Walter E. Blaufuss
4) Buzzin’ The Bee (1916) by Jack Wells and Pete Wendling
5) Everybody Rag With Me (1914) by Gus Kahn and Grace Leboy
6) Frog Legs Rag (1906) by James Scott
7) Mr. Trombonology: Characteristic Trombone Smear (1917) by Nathaniel C. Davis
8) Buenos Ayres: Argentine Tango (1913) by Arthur N. Green
9) Bouclaire Waltzes (1904) by Joe Jordan
10) Crazy Bone Rag (1913) by Charles L. Johnson
11) The Aba Daba Honeymoon (1914) by Arthur Fields and Walter Donovan
12) The St. Louis Blues (1914) by W.C. Handy
13) Pine Apple Rag (1908) by Scott Joplin
14) Meadowlark Rag (1916) by Thomas Pitts
15) Jazzin’ The Blues Away (1918) by Dick Heinrich
16) The Stars and Stripes Forever (1897) by John Philip Sousa
17) Take Your Girlie To The Movies (1919) by Pete Wendling, Edgar Leslie & Bert Kalmar
18) You And I (1916) by Vincenzo de Crescenzo
19) Swanee (1918) by George Gershwin
20) Aufderheide’s Melodic Ideas: Medley Overture No. 1 (1912) arr. Chas. Miller
Featuring Dusty Rag (May Aufderheide), Drifting in Dreams With You (May Aufderheide), That Lovin’ Dippy Glide (Bobby Jones), I’ll Pledge My Heart To You (May Aufderheide), That Ever Lovin’ Bear Cat Dance (Paul Pratt), Moontime is Spoontime (Paul Pratt), For You I Sign (Bobby Jones), A Totally Different Rag (May Aufderheide), In Bamboo Land (May Aufderheide), I Love You Dearie (Bobby Jones & N.S. Carter), and I Want A Patriotic Girl (May Aufderheide)
21) In My Harem (1913) by Irving Berlin
22) Corsica / At The Ball, That’s All by Joe Jordan (1909) and J. Leubrie Hill (1913)
Total time: 75:48
Audiophiles rejoice! Peacherine is proud to release our first 78 rpm record! This vinyl 78 features two musical selections, Knockout Drops (1910) by F. Henri Klickmann and That International Rag (1913) by Irving Berlin, featuring William Edwards on vocals. The sleeve art is designed by Joe Busam. These selections will ONLY be released on 78, so if you are a Peacherine “completionist”, record collector, or general music fan, this record is for you! Limited edition pressing of 300 copies.
NOTE: This 10-inch audiophile-grade 78 rpm vinyl record was mastered and pressed in the USA with superb audio fidelity. It is a stereo microgroove record intended for use on turntables equipped with light-weight stereophonic pickups and is not suitable for use with antique wind-up phonographs.
“Their level of talent, precision, and overt enthusiasm is equal to, if not surpassing any ragtime orchestra of its size performing today.” – Jack Rummel Ragtime Reviews
“One of the finest groups of its kind… impeccably performed.” – Scott Yanow, The Syncopated Times
Ragtime, the uniquely American, syncopated musical style, captures the energy and romanticism of life during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. On this, the Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra’s third album, we seek to explore some of America’s most celebrated ragtime-era works, alongside forgotten and rediscovered favorites, performed as audiences would have heard them over a century ago. Featuring twenty-two (22) numbers (70 minutes), this album premiers several never-before recorded orchestrations besides classics by Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin, George M. Cohan, and the creators of America’s first popular music. Andrew Greene, director of the PRSO, contributes a 24 page booklet of liner notes on the tracks, including rare photographs, sheet music covers, and more. Featuring Max Keenlyside, pianist, and William Edwards, vocalist.
1) Ragtime Soldier Man (1912) by Irving Berlin
2) At A Georgia Camp Meeting (1897) by Kerry Mills
3) Elite Syncopations (1902) by Scott Joplin
4) You’re A Grand Old Flag (1906) by George M. Cohan
5) Charleston Rag (c. 1899) by Eubie Blake
6) Floatin’ Down To Cotton Town (1919) by F. Henri Klickmann
7) Semper Fidelis (1888) by John Philip Sousa
8) Fido Is A Hot Dog Now (1914) by Raymond Walker
9) The Entertainer (1902) by Scott Joplin
10) He’d Have To Get Under, Get Out And Get Under (To Fix Up His Automobile) (1913) by Maurice Abrahams
11) Grace And Beauty (1909) by James Scott
12) The Silver Swan (c. 1914) by Scott Joplin
13) Alexander’s Ragtime Band (1911) by Irving Berlin
14) Desecration Rag (Rag Humoresque) (1914) by Felix Arndt
15) Delectation: Valse Hesitation (1914) by Walter Rolfe
16) Jazarella (1919) by Larry Briers
17) Alabama Jubilee (1915) by George L. Cobb
18) Beale Street (1917) by W.C. Handy
19) Oh Slip It Man: Trombone Novelty (1916) by Nathaniel C. Davis
20) Frog-I-More Rag (c. 1908) by Ferdinand “Jelly Roll” Morton
21) At The Moving Picture Ball (1920) by Jos. Santly
22) Tiger Rag: Jazz One Step (1917) by The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
Total Time: 70:00
Mel B. Kaufman (1879-1932), the “King of the One Step,” was one of the most popular and prolific composers of syncopated dance music in the 1910s and early ’20s. His work was featured by such bandleaders as Vincent Lopez, Earl Fuller, Eugene Jaudas, Charles Prince, and Joseph C. Smith, and his lively, catchy melodies found their way into the soundtracks of hundreds of films and animated cartoons well into the 1950s. This first-ever CD devoted to Kaufman’s music features twenty-five (25) numbers (68 minutes), including several selections recorded for the first time. All of the pieces are performed off the original orchestrations using antique instruments and authentic performance techniques. Andrew Greene, director of the PRSO and the world’s leading authority on Mel B. Kaufman, contributes an in-depth essay on Kaufman’s life and work in the accompanying 40-page booklet, which also includes dozens of rare photographs and original sheet music cover art, a comprehensive Kaufman discography, filmography, and more. Featuring Richard Dowling, pianist, and William Edwards, vocalist.
“A real contribution in bringing back an American original.” – John Thornton
“Wonderful, tope tapping fun! A stunning second album by this ensemble.” – iTunes Review
1) Shoot (1925)
2) Introduce Me (1916)
3) Pick A Chicken (1914)
4) Big Ben (1912)
5) I’m A Sentimental Dreamer (1921)
6) Taxi (1919)
7) More Candy (1917)
8) Persian Moon (1919)
9) Good Scout (1915)
10) It’s A Bird (1917)
11) Umbrellas To Mend (1917)
12) Magnolia Bloom (1925)
13) Squidulum (1931)
14) Step With Pep (1916)
15) Muslin Rag (1918)
16) Bing! Bing! (1915)
17) Yah-De-Dah: Jazz Fox Trot (1917)
18) Pack Me Up In Your Heart (1920)
19) Gangway (1926)
20) Saucy (1929)
21) C.O.D. (Come On, Dance) (1916)
22) Listen To This (1916)
23) Some Break! (1931)
24) Me-Ow: Song (1919)
25) Me-Ow: One Step (198)
Total Time: 68:00
OUT OF PRINT. Please download the album via iTunes or Amazon.com!
PRSO’s first recording, featuring American music from 1893 to 1920. This highly praised CD features 63 minutes of ragtime treats, dancing from the rags of Scott Joplin to songs by Irving Berlin, novelties by George L. Cobb, and the delightful works of Stephen Foster and more!. That Teasin’ Rag includes several selections recorded for the first time ever, and is our tribute to American ragtime, theatre, and dance music. Add it to your collection today!
“One of the most satisfying ragtime orchestra collections available.” – Rob Bamberger, Hot Jazz Saturday Night
1) Me-ow: One Step (1918) by Mel B. Kaufman
2) The Syncopated Walk (1915) by Irving Berlin
3) Peacherine Rag (1901) by Scott Joplin
4) Harmony Rag (1911) by Hal G. Nichols
5) In Dahomey: Cake Walk (1901) by Al Johns
6) Hiawatha: A Summer Idyll (1902) by Charles N. Daniels
7) The Grand Review: March (1912) by F.W. Stimson
8) That Teasin’ Rag (1909) by Joe Jordan
9) Hallelujah Trombone (1920) by Henry Fillmore
10) Maple Leaf Rag (1899) by Scott Joplin
11) Hesitation Waltz (1913) by F. Henri Klickmann
12) Gems of Stephen Foster: An American Fantasia (1914) arr. Theo. M. Tobani
13) The Lion Tamer/On Parade March (1893) by John Philip Sousa
14) Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (1912) by Lewis F. Muir & Maurice Abrahams
15) Russian Rag (1918) by George L. Cobb
16) The Yellow Dog Rag (1914) by W.C. Handy
17) Stop It! One Step (1919) by Mel B. Kaufman
18) Selections from “Fifty Miles From Boston” (1907) by George M. Cohan
Total Time: 63:00
Peacherine’s Online Music Festival! Peacherine and some of the finest ragtime, novelty, and stride pianists today perform for you a two hour virtual concert program that you can view in your living room. We’ll be streaming concurrently on Facebook and Youtube:
Broadcast of Sumter Opera House Performance! Join us online as the Sumter Opera House broadcasts our performance from January 24, 2020 online for free! Links TBD.
Music & More With Peacherine Vol. 2! Peacherine presents our third livestream, featuring materials from past performances, newly recorded “virtual” performances, and more!
PRSO's brand new covers of two modern songs in the ragtime style. Comes with digital download code. $10 USD plus shipping.
Music from the Johnny Maddox Collection (BSW-2251). Includes the Pine Apple Rag, The Aba Daba Honeymoon, music selections by James Scott, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, and more! $20 USD
PRSO's first Vinyl 78. (BSW-595) $20 USD
The Ragtime and Dance Music of Mel B. Kaufman (BSW-2234). PRSO's second CD featuring music by the "King of the One Step." $20 USD.
Favorites from the Ragtime Era (BSW-2242). PRSO's third CD featuring a variety of ragtime favorites, including The Entertainer, Alexander's Ragtime Band, and more! $20 USD.