A soldier’s day : The way army bugle calls sound to the boys – A Musical Parody, c.1918

We’ve likely all heard “Reveille” at least once in our lives. This recording, c. 1918,  takes a different view of the songs that regimented the daily lives of soldiers during the Great War. 

Featuring such classics as:

  • “Can’t Get’em Up” (Reveille)
  • “Soupy, Soupy”
  • “Go to the Stables”
  • “Lights Out”

More information on this audio recording found here.

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