A fun "rube duet" Down at the Huskin' Bee from 1909, sung by Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.
Baritone Arthur Collins was the most frequently recorded vocalist
of the early 20th
Together, Collins and Harlan were a very popular singing team,
becoming virtually an institution in the recording industry
(for Edison, they recorded over 100
To hear an excerpt
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Interested in hearing other duets by Collins & Harlan on wax cylinder?
|08/2013||Down in Jungle Town||Duet||Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan||1908|
|08/1999||Ev'ry Little Bit, Added to What You've Got, Makes Just a Little Bit More||Duet||Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan||1907|
|08/2012||I'm a-Dreaming of You||Duet||Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan||1902|
|05/2004||In My Merry Oldsmobile||Duet||Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan||1905|
|07/2006||Whoa, Bill!||Duet||Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan||1904|
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