AUSTIN WYLIE’S GOLDEN PHEASANT ORCHESTRA-COULD I, I CERTAINLY COULD


Austin Wylie, along with his brother Alister (I used to think they were the same person whose name was misspelled), made a small number of records for both Brunswick and Vocalion in the mid-20’s. Austin began in 1924 when the discs were still red, then made these last two sides on September 21, 1926. The vocals in the acoustical era were provided by Irving Kaufman while the three vocals in the electrical era were provided by The Radio Franks, Wright and Bessinger. A great record I have in my collection, Vocalion 15332.

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One Response to “AUSTIN WYLIE’S GOLDEN PHEASANT ORCHESTRA-COULD I, I CERTAINLY COULD”

  1. Fascinating to read about artists I’ve never heatd of. Makes me want to hear tjem too. So YouTube here I come!

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