Greg Poppleton 1920s Duo Make Whoopee In Victoria Room


It’s always exciting to sing the songs of the 1920s and 1930s at the Sunday Carnival in the Victoria Room.

And accompanied by Tony Gardner at the grand piano, who also let loose on a couple of instrumental rags and boogies, we hit the ’20s hard between spectacular displays by dancers, ribbon aerialists and astounding magic acts.

We’d gladly play at your place, too, if you’d like us at your party. Talk to Tony at OzManagement. Photos by Rick Monk.

Singer Greg Poppleton dances with megaphone in hand as Tony Gardner gives a crazy, swinging, two-handed version of 'Lady Be Good'.

Singer Greg Poppleton dances with megaphone in hand as Tony Gardner gives a crazy, swinging, two-handed version of ‘Lady Be Good’.

1920s-30s singer Greg Poppleton passes the birdcage mic to accompanist Tony Gardner, blowing a raspberry to punctuate a cheery performance of Tea For Two.

1920s-30s singer Greg Poppleton passes the birdcage mic to accompanist Tony Gardner, blowing a raspberry to punctuate a cheery performance of Tea For Two.

Swaying while crooning the art deco whimsy of 'Tip Toe Through The Tulips'. Pianist, Tony Gardner, toured three times with Tiny Tim.

Swaying while crooning the art deco whimsy of ‘Tip Toe Through The Tulips’. Pianist, Tony Gardner, toured three times with Tiny Tim.

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Julius Sumner Miller Newton’s 1st Law. Phantom Dancer 2 September 2014


On this Tuesday’s Phantom Dancer, swing and jazz from live 1920s – 1960s radio and TV, 12 – 2pm 107.3 2SER Sydney and online at 2ser.com, we get to turn on the vintage TV.

You’ll be hearing from Lester Young on a 1952 WCBS TV show, ‘Adventures In Jazz’ and the Eddie Smith Trio in a 1949 TV and radio simulcast over that same CBS New York station.

You’ll also hear a bracket of 1930s radio swing, 1940s radio swing and 1950s radio bop and post-bop including two excerpts from WOR NY’s ‘Bandstand USA’ featuring band leaders from opposite ends of the jazz spectrum, Henry ‘Red’ Allen and Miles Davis.

And for your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week, program 2 in the 1960s TV series ‘Demonstrations In Physics’. This was made at ABC TV Sydney with Professor Julius Sumner Miller and I’ll be uploading the series for you over the next year – putting the Education back into 2 Sydney Educational Radio. On this week’s episode, Newton’s First Law. To quote Julius, “Watch, watch!”

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#120
2SER Tuesday 2 September 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
Lover
Lester Young
‘Adventures In Jazz’
WCBS-TV NY
1952
Take Mine
Betty Madigan
‘Guest Star’
Radio Transcription
New York
17 Feb 1957
I Would Do Anything For You
Henry ‘Red’ Allen
‘Bandstand USA’
WOR Mutual NY
1958
Set 2
 
 
Open + Exactly Like You
Eddie Valentine Orchestra with Don McNeil’s Breakfast Club
‘Guest Star’
Radio Transcription
New York
1950
Open + Toy Piano Polka
Eddie Smith Trio
‘Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts’
WCBS-TV NY
18 Apr 1949
Set 3
 
 
Feelings
Tommy Carlyn Orchestra (voc) Gail Saunders
Bill Green’s Casino
Pittsburgh NBC
1946
Ad + Blue Skies + Close
Bing Crosby (voc) Les Paul (g) John Scott Trotter Orchestra
‘Philco Time’
KECA ABC LA
30 Oct 1953
Set 4
 
 
Blue Flame (theme) + Who Dat Up Dere?
Woody Herman Orchestra (voc) WH and Band
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
17 Oct 1944
Cherry
Sonny Dunham Orchestra (voc) Howard Walter
‘One Night Stand’
Cafe Rouge
Hotel Pennsylvania
New York
AFRS Rebroadcast
14 Apr 1944
Pinetop’s Boogie
Sylvia Marlowe (harpsichord)
‘Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
17 Dec 1941
Set 5
 
 
Lady Byrd
Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra
Broadcast
Apollo Theatre
Harlem NY
22 Jan 1947
BHe Was Tall, Dark And Handsome
Ivie Anderson (voc) Johnny Otis Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
Oct 1945
Helpful Advice
John J. Anthony
‘The Goodwill Hour’
WOR Mutual NY
1944
Sentimental Journey
Harry James Orchestra (alto sax) Willie Smith
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
1944
Set 6
 
 
I’ve Got Five Dollars (theme) One Man Band
Freddy Rich (Friendly Five) Orchestra
‘Friendly Five Shoes Show’
Radio Transcription
New York
1932
Roll On Mississippi
Freddy Rich (Friendly Five) Orchestra
‘Friendly Five Shoes Show’
Radio Transcription
New York
1932
Too Late
Freddy Rich (Friendly Five) Orchestra
‘Friendly Five Shoes Show’
Radio Transcription
New York
1932
Goin’ To Town
Freddy Rich (Friendly Five) Orchestra
‘Friendly Five Shoes Show’
Radio Transcription
New York
1932
Set 7
 
 
Mighty Like The Blues
Benny Carter Orchestra (tenor sax) Coleman Hawkins
Comm Rec
London
18 Aug 1937
Put That Down In Writing
Artie Shaw Orchestra (voc) Tony Pastor
Cafe Rouge
Hotel Pennsylvania
WEAF NBC Red NY
19 Oct 1939
Estrellita
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
Lyric Theatre
Indianapolis
CBS
7 Mar 1939
Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters
Arcadia Restaurant
KYW NBC Red Philadelphia
2 Dec 1938
Set 8
 
 
Barbados
Charlie Parker
‘Symphony Sid Show’
WMCA NY
12 Feb 1949
Little Girl Blue
Stan Getz
‘Monitor’
Basin Street
WRCA NBC NY
1956
All Of Me
Miles Davis
‘Bandstand USA’
Birdland
WOR Mutual NY
3 Jan 1959

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Greg Poppleton at Dubbo Jazz Festival 2014


Saturday August 16th found Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters headlining at the Dubbo Jazz Festival 2014.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters‘ first show at the Dubbo Golf Club was broadcast by Radio 16.

Playing hot jazz from the 1920s in the band where:
Greg Poppleton – 1920s singer and megaphone
Geoff Power – sousaphone and trumpet
Grahame Conlon – banjo and guitar
Jim Elliot – clarinet, alto and the big bass saxophone

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters - Dubbo Jazz Festival 2014. Playing jazz from the 1920s are (l-r) Geoff Power (sousaphone and trumpet) Grahame Conlon (banjo and guitar) Greg Poppleton (1920s singer with megaphone) Jim Elliot (Clarinet, alto and big bass saxophone)

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters – Dubbo Jazz Festival 2014. Playing jazz from the 1920s are (l-r) Geoff Power (sousaphone and trumpet) Grahame Conlon (banjo and guitar) Greg Poppleton (1920s singer with megaphone) Jim Elliot (clarinet, alto and the big bass saxophone)

Cameron from Canberra band, Moochers Inc., sat in with us on trumpet for The Sheik of Araby.

After 9pm, many in the audience followed us to the band’s second show at Club Dubbo. That’s where the pictures you see in this post were taken.

Thank you to Melbourne drummer, Allan Richards, who sat in with us on the second Club Dubbo set till midnight and to Melbourne jazz singer, Donna, who joined me on ‘My Blue Heaven’…We also sold quite a few ‘Doin’ The Charleston‘ CDs and made lots of new mailing list friends

Cobra Street, Dubbo. Leading to the city centre

Cobra Street, Dubbo. Leading to the Dubbo Jazz Festival

Greg Poppleton and the bakelite Broadcasters playing hot jazz for jazz fans and dancers at the 2014 Dubbo Jazz Festival

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters playing hot jazz for jazz fans and dancers at the 2014 Dubbo Jazz Festival

Dancing to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Club Dubbo

Dancing to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Club Dubbo

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Julius Sumner Miller. Phantom Dancer 26 August 2014


Hello Phantom Dancers,

This Tuesday’s show has a request for Bing from Nicholas. Therefore I’ll be playing Black Moonlight for both Nick and his co-worker who is a Bing Crosby fan. The lady baritone, Des Tooley, will also be heard from another commercial recording made in 1931 by Cliff Clarke and his Kookaburras.

Otherwise, it’s all swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio and TV. Check out the play list below.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week?

For the next year I’ll be putting the Education back into 2SER, Sydney Educational Radio. I’ll be posting here the complete series of TV transcriptions recorded at the ABC in Sydney in the 1960s by Professor Julius Sumner Miller – Dramatic Demonstrations In Physics. Lesson 1: The Idea of The Centre Of Gravity.

Enjoy, learn, watch with the kids and be amazed!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#119
2SER Tuesday 26 August 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
Open + Beale St Blues
Paul Lavalle’s Woodwinds
‘Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
16 Jun 1940
South Of The Border
Woody Herman Orchestra (voc) Carole Kaye
Famous Door
WEAF NBC Red NY
7 Jan 1940
The Man With The Mandolin
Glenn Miller Orchestra (voc) Marion Hutton
Meadowbrook Ballroom
Cedar Grove NJ
WJZ NBC Blue NY
5 Dec 1939
Set 2
 
 
Tea For Two
Bud Powell Trio
Royal Roost
WMCA NY
7 Feb 1953
Scrapple From The Apple
Charlie Parker Quintet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
Hi-Hat Club
WCOP Boston
1954
Set 3
 
 
Black Moonlight
Bing Crosby (voc) Jimmie Grier Orchestra
Comm Rec
Los Angeles
27 Aug 1933
Open + I’m In Training For You
Boswell Sisters
Radio Transcription
Continental Broadcasting
Los Angeles
1930
A Diet Of Love
Connie Boswell
Radio Transcription
Continental Broadcasting
Los Angeles
1930
Set 4
 
 
Ballin’ The Jack
Eddie Condon
‘Eddie Condon Town Hall Jazz Concert’
WJZ Blue Network NY
7 Apr 1945
Open + The Sheik
Teddy Wilson
‘Sound Off’
AFRS Hollywood
1944
Slavic Dance
Lee Castle Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Terrace Room
Newark NJ
AFRS Rebroadcast
30 Aug 1944
Set 5
 
 
Koko (theme) + Hot House
Barry Ulanov All Star Modern Jazz Musicians
‘Bands For Bonds’
WOR Mutual NY
13 Sep 1947
Benny’s Bugle
Lester and Lee Young’s Orchestra
Club Capri
KHJ Mutual-Don Lees LA
2 Dec 1941
Barrelhouse
Erskine Hawkins Orchestra (feat. Illinois Jacquette)
‘Jubilee’
AFRS NY
1943
Vine Street Boogie
Jay McShann Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS NY
1943
Set 6
 
 
Red Skies in The Night
Chuck Foster Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1938
These Foolish Things
Joe Bushkin (p) Benny Morton (tb)
‘Eddie Condon Floor Show’
WNBT TV NY
13 Dec 1948
Sugar Blues
Ella Fitzgerald Orchestra (voc) EF
Savoy Ballroom
WEAF NBC Red NY
26 Feb 1940
At Home In The Clouds
Benny Goodman Orchestra (voc) Martha Tilton
‘Camel Caravan’
Fox Theatre
KMOX CBS St Louis
9 May 1939
Set 7
 
 
I’m Doing That Thing
Cliff Clarke and his Kookaburras (voc) Des Tooley
Comm Red
Sydney
Feb 1931
I Never Had a Chance
Ray Noble Orchestra (voc) Al Bowlly
‘Coty Hour’
WEAF NBC Red NY
13 Mar 1935
Too Many Tears
Hal Kemp Orchestra (voc) Skinnay Ennis
Radio Transcription
‘Lavena Program’
New York
1934
My Melancholy Baby + The White Star Of Sigma Nu
Joe Haymes Orchestra
Grill Room
Hotel McAlpin
WABC CBS NY
29 Jan 1935
Set 8
 
 
Intro + Apple Honey
Woody Herman and Studio Orchestra
‘Timex All-Star Jazz Show’
WNBC TV NY
30 Dec 1957
Poutin’
Ben Webster
Concert
1962

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Gin Mill Social 25 July 2014 Speakeasy Photos


Check out these hot action pix from the latest Gin Mill Social with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters and a cast of amazing entertainers.

The next Gin Mill Social, 22 August, is already SOLD OUT.

There are still tickets for the September Gin Mill Social, Friday 24 October at Slide Cabaret, 41 Oxford St Darlinghurst.

Your ticket price includes dinner, complimentary welcome gin in a teacup, and speakeasy show. These are the hottest tickets in town so get yours quick.

All images are by Crea Crea Studios. You can see more photos on the Gin Mill Social Facebook page.

Enjoy! And come to the next show…

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters playing a hot instrumental version of Hindustan. Greg can't play the piano as such. However he has played film roles opposite 3 Academy Award winners - so he knows how to play 'Hollywood movie piano' just right.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters playing a hot instrumental version of Hindustan. Greg can’t play the piano as such. However he has played film roles opposite 3 Academy Award winners (Adrien Brody, Nicole Kidman, Howard Berger) and 1 Golden Globe winner (John Goodman) – so he knows how to play ‘Hollywood movie piano’ just right.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters open each Gin Mill Social with an uptempo hour of Sydney's only genuine 1920s hotcha. Greg Poppleton (1920s vocals in pinstripe suit) Paul Baker in top hat (banjo) Geoff Power (sousaphone and trumpet)

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters open each Gin Mill Social with an uptempo hour of Sydney’s only genuine 1920s hotcha. Greg Poppleton (1920s vocals in pinstripe suit) Paul Baker in top hat (banjo) Geoff Power (sousaphone and trumpet)

The Gin Mill Social begins. All set for a night of great 1920s cuisine and amazing entertainment.

The Gin Mill Social begins. All set for a night of great 1920s cuisine and amazing entertainment.

cocktail shaker

Cocktails!

A jam jar of hooch on the rocks

Hooch on the rocks

Dancing the Charleston to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

Dancing the Charleston to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

Getting up close and personal to live music by the Emma Hamilton Trio

Getting up close and personal to live music by the Emma Hamilton Trio

The food is great and the staff are fun!

The food is great and the staff are fun!

The amazing Emma Hamilton Trio serenade you through the night after Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

The amazing Emma Hamilton Trio serenade you through the night after Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

Geoff Power plays trumpet with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters and using a teacup mute.

Geoff Power plays trumpet with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters – using a teacup mute. I’m told there’s gin served in those teacups, but don’t tell the cops.

Geoff also provides the 1920s rhythm to Greg poppleton and the bakelite Broadcasters on sousaphone. That's Paul Baker on a very rare, handmade, jewel encrusted banjo.

Geoff also provides the 1920s rhythm to Greg poppleton and the bakelite Broadcasters on sousaphone. That’s Paul Baker on a very rare, handmade, jewel encrusted banjo.

Greg Poppleton is Australia's only authentic 1920s - 1930s singer. He doesn't put on a funny voice. He's never sung in an American accent. It's just true, musical and straight from the heart.

Greg Poppleton is Australia’s only authentic 1920s – 1930s singer. He doesn’t put on a funny voice. He’s never sung in an American accent. It’s just true, musical and straight from the heart.

happy birthday

Happy Birthday!

having fun

I’m sure the text reads, “Wish you were here!”

What's in those fine bone china teacups?

What’s in those fine bone china teacups?

Greg Poppleton gives that 1920s classic 'Button Up Your Overcoat' the acoustic megaphone treatment.

Greg Poppleton gives that 1920s classic ‘Button Up Your Overcoat’ the acoustic megaphone treatment.

Aerialist and fan dancer Missy makes an entrance on the shoulder of Mr Gorski

Aerialist and fan dancer Missy makes an entrance on the shoulder of Mr Gorski. My favourite photo of the 25 July Gin Mill Social.

Mr Gorski plays with blocks

Mr Gorski plays with blocks

And Mr Gorski plays cards

And Mr Gorski plays cards

Paul Baker gets feet tapping on 'Dinah'

Paul Baker gets feet tapping on ‘Dinah’

A serenade in blue

A serenade in blue

It's the 1920s at the Gin Mill Social

It’s the 1920s at the Gin Mill Social

There's amazing entertainment all night long

There’s amazing entertainment all night long

Including some breathtaking tap dancing backed live by the Emma Hamilton Trio

Including some breathtaking tap dancing backed live by the Emma Hamilton Trio

speakeasy2 speakeasy3

There are still tickets for the September Gin Mill Social, Friday 24 October. Ticket price includes dinner, complimentary welcome gin in a teacup, and show. These are the hottest tickets in town so get yours quick. See you September 26 at the next Gin Mill Social.

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Helen Humes Sings With Count Basie. Phantom Dancer Tues 19 Aug 2014


Gosh, Phantom Dancers, will there be enough radio show time to fit in Shorty Rogers Giants from a 1950s Tonight Show? I’ve held it over from two weeks ago.

HEAR TODAY’S SHOW AT 2SER.COM. ONLINE UNTIL OCTOBER

Certainly we’ll hear live swing and dance by Benny Goodman, Jimmy Joy and more. And commercial recordings by Australian singer/comedian Cyril Richards, who blazed a career in London theatre and Broadway; as well as Buenos Aires guitarist and friend of Django Reinhardt, Oscar Aleman.

John J Anthony will be back to dispense sound advice. He pulls it off well when you consider his background. This blog link, if true, makes an interesting read about the sanctimonious Mr A.

This week’s Phantom Dancer Video of the Week is an extraordinary performance of ‘I Cried For You’. It’s sung by Helen Humes with Count Basie at the piano with his small orchestra including Wardell Gray. Brilliant…

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#118
2SER Tuesday 19 August 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
The Oldest Chorus Boy In London
Cyril Richard
Comm Rec
London
10 May 1940
I Love The Guy
Frankie Carle Orchestra (voc) Terri Srevens and Allen Sims
‘Saturday Dance Date’
Marine Dining Room
Edgewater Beach Hotel
WMAQ NBC Chicago
12 Aug 1950

 

Set 2
 
 
How High The Moon
Delta Rhythm Boys
‘Guest Star’
Radio Transcription
New York
24 Apr 1949
How High The Moon
Ray Pearl Orchestra (voc) Walter Bloom
‘Sunset Music’
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park Ca
KHJ Mutual LA
3 Apr 1940
Woody Woodpecker
Sherman Hayes Orchestra (voc) Sherman Hayes and Henry Gill
Martinique Restaurant
WGN Mutual Chicago
Apr 1947
Set 3
 
 
Russian Impressions Part 1
Adolf Stiemel Orchestra
Comm Rec
Berlin
9 Dec 1939
The Glory Of Love
Harry Richman
‘Dodge Show’
New York
13 Feb 1936
Pork Chops and Gravy
Inkspots
Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
18 Aug 1941
Set 4
 
 
Open + Blue Skies
Jimmy Joy Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Hartigan Tx
Blue Network
6 Jan 1945
Transcontinental
Benny Goodman Orchestra
Joseph Urban Room
Congress Hotel
WMAQ NBC Red Chicago
20 Jan 1936
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra
Louis Prima Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Meadowbrook Ballroom
Cedar Grove NJ
AFRS Rebroadcast
23 Dec 1944
Set 5
 
 
Pet My Pup
Jimmy Grier Orchestra
Radio Trnscription
Los Angeles
1947
Sound Advice
John J Anthony
‘The Goodwill Hour’
WOR Mutual NY
1944
Beg Your Pardon
Dinah Shore (voc) Harry James Orchestra
‘Call For Music’
KNX CBS LA
4 May 1948
Blue Music
Les Brown  Orchestra (voc) Doris Day
‘One Night Stand’
Peacock Room
Hotel Baker
Dallas Tx
AFRS Rebroadcast
9 Aug 1945
Set 6
 
 
Russian Lullaby
Oscar Aleman Trio
Comm Rec
Paris
12 May 1939
Hold Tight
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
State Theatre
Hartford Conn.
CBS
7 Feb 1939
Diga Diga Doo
Bob Crosby Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Blue Network
3 Dec 1942
Theme + Sugar Foot Stomp
Bunny Berrigan Orchestra
Panther Room
Hotel Sherman
WMAQ NBC Red Chicago
Jul 1939
Set 7
 
 
Hello Dolly
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Marine Ballroom
Steel Pier
Atlantic City NJ
AFN Europe
Jul 1964
Theme + St Louis Blues
Charlie Shavers Quartet
London House
WBBM CBS Chicago
May 1962
Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians
Tiparillo Pavilion
NY World Fair
WCBS CBS NY
1964
Fascinating Rhythm
Tony Bennett (voc) Gene Krupa Trio
‘Guard Session’
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1963
Set 8
 
 
Bye Bye
Miss Rhapsody
Comm Rec
New York
6 Jul 1944
Chasin The Bird
Charlie Parker Sextet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
Royal Roost
WMCA NY
12 Mar 1949
My Heart Stood Still
Shorty Rogers Giants
‘Tonight Show’
Jul 1955

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Independent 1920s-30s Chill Mix Streaming to 30 000 Views


THANK YOU! from everyone at Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters.

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