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Cohen On The Telephone - Joe Hayman



A hilarious comedy sketch from Joe Hayman,popular in its time and rumored to be the first comedy record to sell a million copies. This bit primarily made fun of the crude telephone system in use during 1913, when Joe Hayman recorded it in London in July of that year for Regal/Zonophone (it was issued on Columbia here in the States the following year). Several other labels hastily released versions by other artists, and a series of sequels followed right up into the mid-20's. This recording is not intended to insult or offend anyone living or dead. It just reflects the great humor of the time period and how primitive phone lines were back then. I hope you all enjoy this. There are many Cohen records, and I will post some more if anyone is interested. Thanks

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Комментарии:

Автор althazarr (3 года)
@Rudipolt Glad you like it! Greetings from the deep South!

Автор althazarr (3 года)
@MichaelHansenFUN That's funny that you mentioned the Okeh laughing record,
because I'm just about to post it along with some more Uncle Josh 78's.

Автор althazarr (4 года)
I'm not sure if I have that one, but I'll check . I have over a dozen Cohen
records, so it's possible.

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
Yes, it is just the label design for Columbia records during that time
period. I have more like that I'll be adding that are spoken word and
others with songs, like a great Ada Jones I'll post tomorrow. Thanks for
listening!

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (2 года)
this is on CD without the surface noise

Автор althazarr (3 года)
@MichaelHansenFUN Joe Hayman.

Автор DavidN23Skidoo (5 лет)
You beat me to it! I have this routine on a Victor record in very good
condition, and it is much more funny today than a few years ago, with iffy
cell phone connections. Thanks for all the great records you are sharing;
it's greatly appreciated!

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
i have a better sounding recording...somewhere.

Автор BobLarrabee (2 года)
Cole Porter was once injured because of this record. There was a joke on
The Jack Benny Show. Benny's onscreen character was an incredible tightwad,
and they were always doing jokes about it. Once, after a party at his house
(in the 1940's, 30 years later), Jack mused "I really need to get some new
records. My cast is getting tired of dancing to Cohen on the Telephone".
Porter heard this and laughed so hard he fell out of bed and broke a leg.
Later, Bob Newhart specialized in phone humor.

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
For sure. I love the old vaudeville routines.

Автор Rudi Polt (3 года)
Thanks For Posting! Aloha from Hawaii!

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
I would love to have a "real oldies" station. It would definitely be
different format than the "oldies" radio stations out now, with everything
I play. lol Now that would be a dream job.

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
@althazarr please do! i have Cohen On The Telephone on a cd and a obscure
comp record, and the sound qualit is better, ect...

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
I'm sorry, I can't hear you, you're cutting out, I'm losing signal. I can
only hear every other word. You must be in a dead zone. ha ha ha Cell
phones are terrible sometimes, and landlines in homes now are almost
obsolete. That is funny!

Автор mld72mld (5 лет)
Thanks for sharing.

Автор althazarr (3 года)
@doveletsd I'm glad y'all got to enjoy it. I have the flipside posted too,
and I've got a lot more of these kind of records if you'd like to hear
them. Thanks for tuning in.

Автор doveletsd (3 года)
My 90 year old dad got a kick out of this. He listened to it as a boy. He
wants to hear the flip side, Happy Tho Married. Hope I can find it.

Автор DeLorean4 (5 лет)
There's a radio program on CBC radio one called "Rewind" where they play
old radio programs from the CBC archives, it's very interesting, but lacks
very much in music.

Автор Dana Friedman (1 год)
I asked the same question. The Rhino recording sounds a lot like this, and
I think it is Barney Bernard. There are other recordings of this.

Автор EmmetEarwax (2 года)
I have a 33rp 12' record with this as one of the bands. There is a good
deal of surface noise, esp. where skin acid has eaten the playing surface
of the orig. shellac disk. Other bands include about 15 min. of sound track
from NIGHT AT THE OPERA, No News or What killed the Dog?, an acid jab at
funeral parlors, Night & Day, and so on.

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
and what about okeh laughing record?

Автор sideshowtink (5 лет)
"pretty much everything"~ me too! That's why I get so obssessive with
records!! I cannot resist an interesting record.

Автор oldedrum (5 лет)
What's funny is you have to put a disclaimer in the description as to not
offend someone!

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
That's very funny! I'm not sure if I have that one, but will see. Good,
clean, humor. I found several more various comedian titles tonight looking
through some of my records that I'll start posting tomorrow. Thanks again
for listening!

Автор genia106 (5 лет)
My Dear althazaar, This was Hysterical... Are you there? right to 2009 (can
you hear me now?) I wonder if Newhart stole Joe Hayman's act from him.
Thanks I enjoyed this. :-)

Автор althazarr (4 года)
@irishMarchHare Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it. I hope you'll find some
more on my channels that you like.

Автор ansiblenetwork (4 года)
Thanks - If you have it, I know my mom would love to hear it again.

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
You're right, and I certainly don't see why it would bother anyone. But you
never know. Some folks are very sensitive and I'm not here to bash on
anyone, just to share entertainment from long ago.

Автор Francis McGovern (4 года)
I really enjoyed that bit. Thank you for taking the time and effort to
share that with us. It was released on the day my grandad was born. Keep it
up,Thanks again.

Автор DeLorean4 (5 лет)
That would be splendid! What really bothers me is how oldies stations no
longer play 50s music anymore, now it's mainly "The greatest hits of the
60s and 70s" and some stations that dare call themselves oldies stations
only play 70s and 80s. A radio program that dedicates itself to wax
cylinder and 78 recordings is wonderful.

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
@althazarr i happen to have some of the stuff, from different comps, with
different ranges of sound quality, including a cd of this, with the sound
quality dramatically improved!

Автор MrCelroy (1 год)
Does anyone know that this audio has been fast forwarded to fit the
chipmunk's voice in woody the woodpecker.

Автор althazarr (5 лет)
I will certainly check that out. You have an amazing page with all kinds of
neat stuff very similar to what I like, which is pretty much everything. ha
ha ha Thanks for listening!

Автор pgh45rpms (5 лет)
Back in the days of vaudeville, when this was recorded, many comedians
performed this type of dialect humor.

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
i have a better sounding recording...somewhere. what is on the other side?

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
one question is this Barney Bernard or Joe Hayman ?

Автор louisa1832 (3 года)
@magala57 Your dad must have been great fun.

Автор oldedrum (5 лет)
I would suggest contacting a local (if applicable) college radio station.Or
perhaps one of those 'alternative' radio stations. ---They may have a
'show' opportunity for you(?)...Worth a shot! P.S.--- I heard the other day
on the radio the same song they use for the theme to the 'This Old House'
program on PBS....Ever hear that one?

Автор roybo1930 (5 лет)
I LOVE THIS!!! These Records Are Just Awsome!!! Thank You For Shairing.

Автор althazarr (4 года)
@mrmints84 As with just about anything, things are only worth what people
are willing to pay for them. Ebay would be a good place for you to look and
get an idea of the wide range of what people consider "valuable". There's
definitely a good market for them, but everyone's also searching for a
great bargain.

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
@althazarr on the label but this comedy comp credited barney

Автор althazarr (3 года)
@9lasttry9 Thank you! I love these comic dialogues. I've got many more, and
will be glad to post some in the next few weeks. I have several wind up
phonographs too, and I'll record them on those. :-)

Автор MichaelHansenFUN (3 года)
@althazarr please do!

Автор Don Feller (3 года)
Wow, I haven't heard this since 1948... it was a record we had for years on
a wind up record player and our family repeated the lines for years and
thanks to this detailed rendition, I will now be regaling my salon with the
story of Cohen on the Telephone.... I had even forgotten a few of the
lines.... Thanks so much age 73

Автор episiteDOTtv (4 года)
I hadn't heard that in 20 years! Reminds me of the good old days with my
grandma and grandpa. Added to my favorites; thanks

Автор Barry I. Grauman (5 лет)
I've not only heard this one, I heard the follow-up he recorded a few years
later, "Cohen 'Phones the Plumber" {"Vy am I excited? VY? 'Cause I got
three foot of water in the flat! I'm not 'talking through my hat'...THREE
FOOT OF WATER IN THE FLAT! And the tide's rising every minute...it ain't a
flat no more...by golly, it looks just like Coney Island..."}.

Автор Jamie Pringle (4 года)
@althazarr I have a bunch of these records as well, I am just curious of
their worth to collectors. and if you knew of any websites that deals with
this sort of thing. thank you

Автор sideshowtink (5 лет)
Another great novelty!!! I have a clip showing all my novelty records. you
might enjoy that.

Автор louisa1832 (3 года)
Funny!

Автор ThisGuyFrritz (5 лет)
Music notes on a talking record?

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