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From Bob Marley to Franklin Roosevelt History in Sound

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&raquo Download Audio(mp3) By Jerilyn Watson 2007-4-8 VOICE ONE: Welcome to THIS IS AMERICA in VOA Spec

in this nineteen twenty-six recording, jelly roll morton leads his red hot peppers in "black bottom stomp."

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voice one:

the national recording registry honors memorable words as well as music. the latest additions to the list include "the osage bank robbery" from the radio program "the lone ranger." the show was heard december seventeenth, nineteen thirty-seven, making it the earliest known recording from that popular series.

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two brothers rob a bank. the criminals try to hide in an old mine. but they should have know that the lone ranger would catch them. listen now as the hero rides off on silver, his trusty horse.

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"'high-ho silver! away!' a fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty 'high-ho silver!' the lone ranger!"

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president roosevelt gives his "day of infamy" speech to a joint session of congress, december 8, 1941

another new addition to the registry is a speech by president franklin roosevelt to congress. roosevelt was asking congress for permission to declare war. he made the speech the day after the japanese attack on the american naval base at pearl harbor, hawaii.

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franklin roosevelt: "yesterday, december seventh, nineteen forty-one, a date which will live in infamy, the united states was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the naval and air forces of the empire of japan."

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