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Miss Ada Jones* - Im A Woman Of Importance (Shellac)

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  1. Have you met Miss Jones someone said as we shook hands She was just Miss Jones to me Then i said Miss Jones you're a girl who understand I'm a boy who must be free. And all at once I lost my breath and all at once was scared to death and all at once I hold the earth and sky! Now I met Miss Jones and we'll keep on meeting till we die Miss Jones.
  2. A Woman of No Importance (19 Nov. ) Miss Schofield. Full episode cast. Director: Giles Foster Writer: Alan Bennett (by) this was also daring for TV in it's making a whole show of a woman talking to the camera. Between Bennett's wonderful ear for dialogue, and ability to be empathetic without being sappy, Routledge wonderful work and.
  3. Ada Jones was the leading female recording artist in the acoustic recording era, especially popular from to or so.
  4. A woman's past comes back to haunt her when the lover who left her to raise their child alone becomes the potential employer of their illegitimate son. Wilde skewers gender bias and the outdated rules of Victorian society in this early feminist comedy of manners. This will be the Fools’ first foray into the witty world of Oscar Wilde.
  5. The Great 78 Project! Listen to this collection of 78rpm records, cylinder recordings, and other recordings from the early 20th century. These recordings were contributed to the Archive by users through the Open Source Audio collection. Also the Internet Archive has digitized percprovnatretimurupsisyltuthoho.coinfos available.
  6. Miss Ada Jones* I'm A Woman Of Importance (as Jerome) Miss Ada Jones* - I'm A Woman Of Importance ‎ (Shellac, 10", S/Sided).
  7. I'm a Woman of Importance(Schwartz)Comic song from "Fritz in Tammany Hall," Orch. Accom Ada Jones La-Tydley Tydley Dm (Morse) Comic Son. Orch. Accom Edward M. Favor Paddle Y"our Own'Canoe (Morse) "A Darkey ditty," male duet, Orch. Accom Collins and Harlan It Blew! Blew! Blew! Schottische (Johnson) Edison Concert Band.
  8. Thus is described Ada Jones in the Victor catalogs, at the height of Ada's popularity from to She was known for her impersonations and ability to mimic different accents and voices. These rare recordings, many from early Edison wax cylinders, display the versatility of this little songbird and comedienne, from ballads, to "coon" songs, to ragtime, to Irish comic melodies.

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