Friday, July 14, 2017

IN Humble Response
YES, AMERICA'S ALWAYS HAD TALENT

OMG, WHERE TO BEGIN?

The screaming', hilarious, Spike Jones, from 1942, with " Clink, clink, Another Drink~"




Al Jolsen, with the "CAMPTOWN RACES", from 1927?




Scott Joplin with the "Crush Collision  Rag" from 1896?




OMG, WHERE TO STOP, WITH AMERICA'S TALENT, WHEY BACK WHEN--


"Listen to the Mockingbird", Frank C. Stanley & Corinne Morgan

circa 1860: 

BEFORE THAT, IT WAS VERY, VERY MOSTLY POLITICAL JIJNGLES,
like this one from 1840, "Tippycanoe and Tyler, Too":



Officially, there was nothing before this except 
Indian songs, really...


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