The great Edward M. Favor sings McGinty at the Living Pictures.
|Company||Edison's National Phonograph Company|
|Title||McGinty at the Living Pictures|
|Performed by||Edward M. Favor|
|Announcement||"McGinty at the Living Pictures, sung by Edward M. Favor. Edison record."|
Edison originally released McGinty at the Living Pictures (on brown wax cylinders)
in 1898 performed by Dan W. Quinn (see the
July 2000 Cylinder of the
Favor used a distinctive and clever style of delivery,
which made his recordings very
This great cylinder-of-the-month comic song showcases Favor telling the
hilariously pathetic story of Dan McGinty as he experiences for
the first time a living pictures
To hear an excerpt
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