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I Makes Mine Myself
A Prohibition Song
This recording was made in Richmond, Indiana during October of 1921 featuring Ernest Hare vocals,
with orchestra accompaniment.
*"I Makes Mine Myself" was composed by Robert Hood Bowers, with lyrics by Francis De Witt.
Thomas Ernest Hare was a singer who recorded prolifically during the 1920's and 1930's and first found fame
on "The Happiness Boys" radio program.
Here we find the baritone vocalist boasting of his prepared self reliance during prohibition.
While others suffer from alcoholic thirst, Ernest enjoys the sweet nectar produced from putting his extensive knowledge about the fermentation process to good use.
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