[Brown wax home recording of Sixteen tons and Darlin', won't you wait, by Brian and Shannon Oesch's school class, February 28, 2008]. (Audio Recording)


Attribute NameValues
Place of Publication
  • [United States],
Issued Date
  • 2008
  • English
  • Personal recordings
  • Brian and Shannon Oesch's school class, Arthur Morgan School.
  • Inscription on slip: "Home Recording Feb 28, 2008 / Brian & Shannon Oesch's School class."
  • Announcement before song: "Sixteen Tons, by the Old and Busted Band Crew"; announcement before second performance: "This is the O. B. B. C., the Old and Busted Band Crew, and we are here playing for you, Darling, Won't You Wait."
  • The David Giovannoni Collection of home cylinder recordings (David Giovannoni Collection, Set Number: 348-01).
  • Brown wax cylinder.
  • Two test recordings; then group sings, recorded by David Giovannoni.
Table of Contents
  • Sixteen tons -- darlin', won't you wait Lee Pockriss and Paul J. Vance, composers
Physical Description
  • 1 cylinder (ca. 2 min.) : 125.6 rpm ; 2 1/4 x 4 in
  • Audio musical
  • Cylinder Audio Archive
Library Location
  • Department of Special Research Collections
  • ark:/48907/f3bk1br4
Local Identifier
  • Cylinder 13258
Other Versions
Copyright Status
Copyright Holder
  • University of California (System). Regents
  • Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 Generic
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