The Wayback Machine

by Peter Hostage

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St. Louis Blues by W.C. Handy (1917) I hate to see that evening sun go down hate to see that evening sun go down It makes me feel like I'm on my last go round If I'm feeling tomorrow like I feel today feeling tomorrow like I feel today I'll pack my trunk and make my getaway St. Louis woman with a diamond ring drags her man around by her apron string t'were'nt for powder and store bought hair That woman I'm loving would go nowhere, nowhere, nowhere I've got the St. Louis Blues, I'm as blue as I can be my baby took my heart and tossed it like a rock into the deep blue see Sometimes I wonder how I let her make a fool of me Well I love that woman like a schoolboy loves his pie Like a Kentucky Colonel loves his mint and rye I'm gonna keep loving her until the day I die
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Look for the Silver Lining by Bud DeSylva and Jerome Kern (1920) Look for the silver lining whenever a cloud appears in the blue Remember somewhere the sun is shining and so the right thing to do is make it shine for you A heart full of joy and gladness Will always banish sadness and strife So always look for the silver lining And try to find the sunny side of life
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Avalon 04:51
Avalon by Jolson-DeSylva-Rose (1920) I found my love in Avalon beside the bay I left my love in Avalon and sailed away I dream of her in Avalon from dusk 'til dawn and so I think I'll travel on to Avalon
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The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise by Lockhart-Seitz (1918) Dear one, the world is waiting for the sunrise Every rose is heavy with dew The thrush on high, his sleepy mate is calling and my heart is calling you
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Careless Love (Traditional) Love, oh love oh careless love Love, oh love oh careless love Love, oh love oh careless love See what careless love has done I once was happy as can be My days were bright, sunny and free Then you came along to do me wrong and you brought your careless love to me I love my father and my mother, too I love my sister and my brother, too I love my father, my mother, my sister and my brother, too But I'd leave them all just to go with you I cried last night and the night before I cried last night and the night before I cried last night and the night before I'm gonna cry tonight, then I'll cry no more Love, oh love oh careless love Love, oh love oh careless love Love, oh love oh careless love See what careless love has done
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'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans by Creamer-Layton (1917) 'Way down yonder in New Orleans In the land of dreamy scenes There's a garden of Eden That's what I mean Creole babies with flashing eyes Softly whisper with tender sighs Stop, oh won't you give your lady fair a little smile Stop, you'll bet your life you'll linger there a little while There's a heaven right here on earth With those beautiful queens 'Way down yonder in New Orleans
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Deep River 05:50

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The Wayback Machine is a collection of songs from the birth of jazz and blues. Solo piano pieces and full band featuring piano, organ, guitar, bass drums, completely performed by Peter Hostage. All compositions are in the public domain and are either traditional pieces or songs published before 1923.

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released August 10, 2012

Arrangements by Peter Hostage, except "Jelly Roll Blues," by F. Morton.
All music performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by Peter Hostage.
Cover photos and graphics by Peter Hostage.
Insert photo by Kat Owens.

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