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Atlantic Dance Orchestra
Feat. Arthur Hall
This Edison recording was produced in New York City in 1924 featuring Arthur Hall vocals, accompanied by the "Atlantic Dance Orchestra".
Arthur Hall pays his recorded respects in song to the entertainment provided by the glorious radio. With the latest modern technology stations are now able to transmit from coast to coast and ham radios have become a popular form of communication. Yet ironically, as the pop vocalist reminds, the radio is only as good as its reception.
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