|Title||:||I'm Shy Mary Ellen I'm Shy sung by Music Hall Star Jack Pleasants - 1912 Winner (Edison Bell Record)|
|Channel||:||Bruce Victrolaman Young|
Here is turn of the Century British Music Hall performer Mr. Jack Pleasants singing "I'm Shy, Mary Ellen, I'm Shy" words & music by Charles Ridgewell & George Stevens, and recorded in 1912 on an original Winner Record. Winner Records were a product of the Edison Bell Record Works of London, England. The Gramophone (Talking Machine) is a rear mount Victor Type II with a Smooth Oak Horn, patented Tapering Tone Arm, and exhibition reproducer.