Why We Search Antique Stores for Records…

Dear Friends,
The morning after a performance, we Gentlemen can often be found in your local antique or junk emporium in search of aged records and, for The Councilman, miscellaneous household knick-knacks.  We are the ones in slightly disheveled evening-wear, milling about groggily.  Our efforts are usually fruitless.  But occasionally, as today, we Gentlemen are victorious.  A bit of digging in Charlottesville, VA uncovered for us a lovely 78 rpm copy of Zez Confrey’s “Kitten on the Keys”, recorded for Edison in 1921.  Here is someone else’s copy of the same record. Enjoy!

Yours very truly,
Andy Bean, Record Enthusiast
The Two Man Gentlemen Band

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One thought on “Why We Search Antique Stores for Records…

  1. diane says:

    you should check out Kitten on the Keys- the performer! she took her name from that song, and is amazing…

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