A new version of Tin Roof Blues, recorded acoustically to wax cylinder in 2008, by Vulcan Cylinder Records.
The Vulcan Cylinder Record Company has released a new arrangement of that old favourite of the New Orleans Jazz genre - Tin Roof Blues. Written in 1928 by members of the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, this is one of the best known, and most often played, of the genre....read more
The Stars and Stripes Forever March, written by John Philip Sousa in 1896, is now available on Concert Cylinder from the Vulcan Cylinder Record Company.
The USA's National March, The Stars and Stripes Forever March, has been released on Concert Cylinder by the Vulcan Cylinder Record Company. This track, written by John Philip Sousa in 1896, is widely recognised as his most important work. This, in Sousa's own words,...read more
The Vulcan Cylinder Record Company proudly presents Sir Arthur Sullivan, as he sends a message, in 1888, to Thomas Edison via the wonderful new technology of phonograph cylinder record. Recorded at a party organised to introduce the 'Perfected' Phonograph to London...read more
It’s baseball time at Vulcan Records! That much loved song, Take Me Out To The Ballgame, sung by Edward Meeker, which has become the unofficial anthem for baseball in America, is now available in our Red Star Series. This is a must for all phonograph owners in the...read more
A New Vulcan Replica Pink Lambert Cylinder Record is now available. Goodbye Dolly Gray, sung by the American Quartet and recorded by the Lambert Record Company in around 1901, is now available in hard-wearing plastic resin. Made by the Vulcan Cylinder Record...read more
It's Moving Day! Here's something new and different! We have been fortunate to be introduced to Steve Farmer, who makes beautiful reproduction posters for those wonderful coin operated phonographs - the first ever juke boxes! Buy separately or get the set. Moving Day,...read more
We take great pleasure in presenting, for your enjoyment, The Sleigh Ride Party. This descriptive selection was recorded in 1898 by the Greater New York Quartette, for Columbia Records (No. 9040). This is a delightful Christmas sketch which includes that old...read more
Here is the first in what we hope will be many classical titles in our catalogue – Franz Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
We think that this rendition of the well-known and very popular Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, recorded here by the Edison Concert Band in 1905, is a record worthy of addition to the collection of any lover of classical music. One of a set of 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies...read more
P.T. Barnum and Florence Nightingale both became well-known in their own lifetimes, and have continued to hold a place in world history. In 1890, both made recordings on Edison wax cylinder records. And both are now available in the Vulcan Cylinder Record...read more
A new Christmas Carol for the Vulcan Cylinder Record Company Catalogue – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
The Meister Glee Singers were sufficiently reknowned and skilled to be summoned to perform for Her Majesty, Queen Victoria. We take pleasure in presenting them, now, for your enjoyment, with this well known and loved Christmas Carol.read more