Maurice Sixto: Lea Kokoye Side 2 (MP3)

On the Gina Records label.

From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Sixto):

Maurice Alfrédo Sixto (May 12, 1919, Gonaïves, Haiti – May 12, 1984, Philadelphia, USA) was a professor, a translator, tour guide and ambassador.

The son of an engineer, Maurice Alfredo Sixto and Maria Bourand, he attended St Louis de Gonzague for his secondary studies; upon graduation he attended l’Academie Militaire where he remained for only three months. He eventually studied at the Faculte de Droit from 1948–1945 while working for Radio HHBM (now MBC).

Sixto will be remembered in Haitian culture for his contributions to oral literature.[citation needed] His ability to use rich, descriptive, and iconic Haitian creole create a narrative that displays the true face of Haitian culture.

Sixto prefaces every story with Regards sur choses et gens entendu (Regard on Things [seen] and People Heard).

Side A:

Lea Cocoye de Maurice A. Sixto dir par l’auteur

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Maurice A. Sixto: Lea Kokoye Side 1 (MP3)

On the Gina Records label.

From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Sixto):

Maurice Alfrédo Sixto (May 12, 1919, Gonaïves, Haiti – May 12, 1984, Philadelphia, USA) was a professor, a translator, tour guide and ambassador.

The son of an engineer, Maurice Alfredo Sixto and Maria Bourand, he attended St Louis de Gonzague for his secondary studies; upon graduation he attended l’Academie Militaire where he remained for only three months. He eventually studied at the Faculte de Droit from 1948–1945 while working for Radio HHBM (now MBC).

Sixto will be remembered in Haitian culture for his contributions to oral literature.[citation needed] His ability to use rich, descriptive, and iconic Haitian creole create a narrative that displays the true face of Haitian culture.

Sixto prefaces every story with Regards sur choses et gens entendu (Regard on Things [seen] and People Heard).

Side A:

Lea Cocoye de Maurice A. Sixto dir par l’auteur

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Barton Brothers: Yiddish American Comedy Side 2 (MP3)

From the back cover:

The Barton Brothers, like so many well known personalities in the entertainment world, were born on the Lower East Side of New York.  Blessed with a sense of humor, they started at an early age to make their neighborhood their stage.

Side 2:

Moe the Schmo: Activity
Moe the Schmo: Plays Gold
Moe the Schmo: Rhumba Lessons
Moe the Schmo: Romance
Nat the Rat
Gay, Veck, Cherie
Irving Kaufman & his Musical Schmos

https://thecrosspollinator.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/yiddishamericancomedy_1.mp3

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Barton Brothers: Yiddish American Comedy Side 1 (MP3)

Straight out of the Lower East Side on Rivoli Records, NYC, no date.

Side 1:

Mambo Moish
The Story of Little Red Riding Hood
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (Paul Revere Rides Again)

Lyrics and Music by E & M Barton and Irv Carroll
Arrangements and Orchestra Directed by Irv Carroll

https://thecrosspollinator.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/yiddishamericancomedy_2.mp3

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