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Vocalion Records Lester McFarland and Robert A. Gardner

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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

Vocalion Records Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner

Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner WHEN I WAS SINGLE

SARAH JANE

The Bright Sherman Valley

The East Bound Train

Lay My Head Beneath the Rose

Sweet Allalee

All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  

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Vocalion was founded in 1916 by the Aeolian Piano Company of New York City, which introduced a retail line of phonographs at the same time. The name was derived from one of their corporate divisions, the Vocalion Organ Co. 

WHEN I WAS SINGLE

Vocalion 5122 

SARAH JANE

Vocalion 5122 / E3933

Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner The Bright Sherman Valley / the East Bound Train

Vocalion 5174  

 Year: 1927

A: The Bright Sherman Valley

Vocal Duet with Harmonica, Mandolin and Guitar

B: The East Bound Train

Vocal Duet with Mandolin and Guitar

AKA Mac & Bob, &as the Miller Brothers.

http://somelocalloser.blogspot.com/2011/04/lester-mcfarland-and-robert-gardner.html

Lay My Head Beneath the Rose / Sweet Allalee

Chip near edge of the record

Vocalion 5199

Manufactured By the Brunswick Balke Collender Company

Both are Vocal Duet with Harmonica, Mandolin and Guitar

A: Lay My Head Beneath the Rose

B: Sweet Allalee

Lester McFarland and Robert Gardner were heard on WLS from 1931 to 1950.

"Mac and Bob," our sweet harmony singers, are Lester McFarland and Robert Gardner, 

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