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Getting back to people making dog noises, Riley Puckett's 1924? recording
of Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane (Columbia 107-D) has somebody providing
a bark or two at the "good old dog of mine" line.  Any equal time for cats?

Gene
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On Sat, Aug 3, 2013 at 9:38 PM, Roger Kulp <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> The story I have seen a number of times was there was a rug merchant on
> the floor below the studio in Kingsway Hall,and the rugs absorbed the noise
> and vibrations of the underground  trains.Then the rug merchant
> moved,and... Thanks for clearing up the dates on the Landowska and Fischer
> recordings.That might be plausible.I was aware of the  Toscanini and
> Mengelberg mentioned,and yes,there are others. One of the most famous
> Phonobombs is the soda  machine on Elvis Presley's recording of "Blue Moon"
> Roger > -----Original Message-----> From: Malcolm Rockwell <
> [log in to unmask]>> To: ARSCLIST <[log in to unmask]>> Sent: Fri,
> Aug 2, 2013 2:26 pm> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Phonobomb examples?> > >
> Insect noises? Like termites munching his Bosendorfer?> I know of one
> instance where an artist dubbed in his dog barking quietly > at the
> beginning of a piece. he had flubbed the beginning, stopped, went >
> "Shhh... shh..." to the dog and began again. Very cute.> M> > *******> > On
> 8/2/2013 4:18 AM, Don Cox wrote:> > On 02/08/2013, Donald Clarke wrote:> >>
> >> Mitch Miller wanted Frank Sinatra to bark like a dog on one of his> >>
> later Columbia sides, but he wouldn't do it and Miller had to get> >>
> somebody else. A famous recording of Scheherezade by the Philadelphia> >>
> Orchestra, transferred from 78s for the new long-playing record in> >>
> 1948, had reverb added to it, using an old piece of tape that had a> >>
> barking dog on it, and you could hear that on the finished LP. And> >>
> there's a few live folk recordings made outdoors with barkers in the> >>
> chorus; I've heard one, but I don't remember what it was. There were> >>
> fiddlers playing "The Hot Canary", Leroy Anderson's "The Waltzing Cat"> >>>
> > Rudolf Serkin's version of the Diabelli Variations, recorded at his> >
> home, has insect noises in the background.> >> > There are many recordings
> from Kingsway Hall with audible tube trains.> >> > Regards> >
>