Enjoy the music of the silent film era anywhere you can play a CD with this offering from The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra! Paragon Conductor Rick Benjamin says that the music of the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra will appeal especially to Damfinos,
"...because all of our music - direct from the theaters of early 1900s America - is the "soundscape" that Buster grew up with in vaudeville and variety. This is the very music that surrounded him during his formative years."
1. Knockout Drops: A Trombone Jag (1910), F. Henri Klickmann.
2. At A Georgia Campmeeting (Characteristic March, 1897) Kerry Mills.
3. The Persian Lamb Rag: A Pepperette (1908), Percy Wenrich.
4. Cornetski: A Trumpet Tantrum (1914), Carleton L. Colby.
5. Peg O' My Heart (One Step, 1913), Fred Fischer.
6. The Kansas City Blues (1915), Euday L. Bowman.
7. Liberty Bell March (1894), John Philip Sousa.
8. Glances (Gavotte, 1914), Harry L. Alford.
9. Some Jazz Blues (Slow Drag, 1917), M.L. Lake.
10. The Peacherine Rag (1901), Scott Joplin.
11. Drumology (Characteristic Solo, 1914), Harry L. Alford.
12. Stop It! (One Step, 1919), Mel B. Kaufman.
13. 'Till the Clouds Roll By (Foxtrot, 1917), Jerome Kern.
14. Alkali Ike Rag: A North Dakota Misunderstanding (1915) Albert Perfect.
15. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee & Ragtime Cowboy Joe (Medley Turkey Trot, 1912), Lewis F. Muir.
16. The Teddy Bear's Picnic (Novelty, 1907), John W. Bratton.
17. Lucy's Sextette: A Ragtime Travesty on Donizetti (1913), Harry L. Alford.
18. I Ain't Got Nobody & The Neutrality Rag (Medley Foxtrot, 1916), David Young & Charles Warfield.
19. Scott Joplin's New Rag (1912), Scott Joplin.
20. Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland (Waltz Intermezzo, 1909), Leo Friedman.
21. General Mixup, U.S.A. (Novelty March, 1905/1906), Thomas S. Allen.
22. Knockout Drops (Reprise), Henri Klickmann.