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The Canadian Columbia 16000-D Series
© 2011 Jack Litchfield

Pressed in Canada from imported masters, the series was issued from 1925 through the early 1930s. Some 96 issues are known.

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Research your Canadian-made phonograph, gramophone or talking machine
and contribute to the
Canadian Antique Phonograph Project
Amphion
Apex
Berliner
Brant-ola
Brunswick
Burrophone
Canadian
Casavant
Frères
Cecilian
Chopin
Clarion
Colonial
Cremonaphone
Curtiss
Aeronola
Donalda
Egan
Francophone
Gerhard
Heintzman
Gold Medal
Grandola
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Karn
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Lyraphone
Mason & Risch
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Musicphone
Overton
Phonola
Rayola
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Manning
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Stewart
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Super-phonic
Symphonola
Vanophone
Virgil
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Windsor

Music (Makes The World Go 'Round)
Dance Bands
From Canada

1922-1930

© 2000 Canadian Antique Phonograph Society

"This CD focuses on dance bands from the 1920s, the fabled "Jazz Age", and presents a cross section of sides by Canadians playing here and abroad. The music spans the complete spectrum from straight dance music to some peppy sides to some quite hot tracks."
--- from the booklet notes


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