Julius Sumner Miller 6 Falling Bodies And Projectiles. Phantom Dancer Radio Show 30 Sep 14


“Ah, now what would be the highlight of today’s Phantom Dancer?” I ponder, stroking my exceedingly long chin.

“Could it be the bracket of Duke Ellington with a piano solo by the Duke himself as plays Variations On Mood Indigo on a Nat king Cole Show in 1948?”

“Or could it be the bracket of upbeat live 1940s radio swing mixing Lionel Hampton, Stan Kenton and Bobby Sherwood?”

Choose your own highlight from the play list below, then tune in to The Phantom Dancer with Greg Poppleton this Tuesday 30 September, 12noon – 2pm AEST (+10h GMT) on 107.3 2SER Sydney and online at www.2ser.com.

And as this week’s Phantom Dancer Video of the Week, enjoy Part 6 in our 48 part series of ‘Demonstrations in Physics’ as your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week. Filmed at ABC Sydney in 1969, the always entertaining Professor Julius Sumner Miller uses toys to excite us about Falling Bodies and Projectiles Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#124
2SER Tuesday 30 September 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
Instrumental
Lionel Hampton Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Aquarium Restaurant
New York
AFRS Rebroadcast
1949
El Choclo
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1941
My Heart Goes Crazy
Bobby Sherwood Orchestra (voc) Lynn Stevens
‘One Night Stand’
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park Ca
AFRS Rebroadcast
Jan 1947
Set 2
 
 
Sera
Alberto Rabagliati (voc) Pippo Barzizza Orchestra
Cetra, Turin
1938
Open + Someone Like You + This Couldn’t Happen Again + Close
Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Dick Stabile Orchestra
‘Martin and Lewis Show’
WNBC NBC NY
8 May 1949
Set 3
 
 
Open (Nightmare) + April In My Heart
Artie Shaw Orchestra
Blue Room
Hotel Lincoln
WEAF NBC Red NY
29 Nov 1938
Lost Weekend
Woody Herman Orchestra
‘Woody Herman Show’
Eastwood Gardens
ABC Detroit
26 Apr 1946
Josephine + Close
Frankie Carle Orchestra
‘Saturday Dance Date’
Marine Ballroom
Edgewater Beach Hotel
WMAQ NBC Chicago
12 Aug 1950
Set 4
 
 
It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)
Frank Coughlan Orchestra (voc) Barbara James
Radio Transcription
Featuradio
Sydney
Jun 1937
Variations On Mood Indigo
Duke Ellington (piano solo)
‘Nat King Cole Show’
NBC Cincinnati
6 Dec 1947
C-Jam Blues
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘Date With The Duke’
ABC
1945
Set 5
 
 
Goody Goody
Jim Davidson and his New Palais Royale Orchestra (voc) Dick Cranbourne
Comm Rec
Sydney
8 Jul 1936
Indiana
Benny Goodman Orchestra (voc) Johnny Mercer, Benny Goodman and Band
‘Camel Caravan’
Lyric Theatre
Indianapolis
CBS
7 Mar 1939
Together
Artie Shaw Orchestra
Blue Room
Hotel Lincoln
WEAF NBC RED NY
6 Dec 1938
Oh Babe, Maybe Someday
Duke Ellington Orchestra (voc) Ivie Anderson
Cotton Club
WABC CBS NY
24 Mar 1938
Set 6
 
 
Smiles
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
‘For The Record’
WEAF NBC NY
11 Sep 1944
Futurama
Gene Krupa Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Newport R.I
Blue Network
2 Oct 1944
Desperate Desmond
Buddy Rich Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Phoenixville Pa.
Mutual
24 Dec 1945
Even Steven + Close
Charlie Spivak Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Jamestown NY
WJZ Blue NY
19 Jan 1945
Set 7
 
 
Open + Goody Goodbye
Ted Weems Orchestra
‘Beat The Band’
WMAQ NBC Chicago
1940
Helpful Advice
John J Anthony
‘Goodwill Hour’
WOR Mutual NY
1944
Helpful Advice
John J Anthony
‘Goodwill Hour’
WOR Mutual NY
1944
Mood Indigo
Hal Kemp Orchestra
Radio Transcription
NY
14 Dec 1934
Set 8
 
 
Sound Lee
Lee Konitz
‘Storyville’
Copley Square Hotel
WHDH Boston
5 Jan 1954
Blues In G
Lester Young
Birdland
WABC ABC NY
5 Sep 1956
Shoo Bee Doo Bee
Dizzy Gillespie Sextet
Rex Theatre
Paris Radio
Feb 1953

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Julius Sumner Miller Lesson 5. Phantom Dancer 23 Sep 2014


Because it’s September 23, your Phantom Dancer will be a very special show. Just as very special as every other Phantom Dancer show.

Hear swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio and TV by Dinah Washington, Count Basie, Chris Barber, Fats Waller and as many as we can fit into two hours of scintillating radio. See the full play list below.

This week, enjoy Part 5 in our 48 part series of ‘Demonstrations in Physics’ as your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week. Filmed at ABC Sydney in 1969, the always entertaining Professor Julius Sumner Miller uses toys to excite us about Momentum and Energy. Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#124
2SER Tuesday 23 September 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
Air Mail Special
Harry James Orchestra
Aircheck
1946
I’ve Got The Sun In The Morning
Hal McIntyre Orchestra (voc) Nancy Reed
‘One Night Stand’
Century Room
Hotel Commodore
New York
AFRS Rebroadcast
15 May 1946
Run Rabbit Run
Glenn Miller Orchestra (voc) The Andrew Sisters
‘Chesterfield Show’
WABC CBS NY
13 Mar 1940
Set 2
 
 
La Rapide
Jean Ferret et son Sixtette
Comm Rec
Paris
15 Dec 1943
Talk Of The Town
Stan Kenton Orchestra
‘Stars In Jazz’
Rustic Cabin NJ
WNBC NBC NY
1952
Set 3
 
 
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
Jazz All-Stars directed by Harry Sosnick
‘Guest Star’
New York
1951
I Found A New Baby
Ralph Sutton All-Stars
Club Hangover
KCBS San Francisco
7 Sep 1954
Running Wild
Chris Barber Band
‘Traditional Jazz’
BBC Light Programme
London
9 May 1955
Set 4
 
 
I Wanna Be Loved
Dinah Washington
‘Symphony Sid Show’
Birdland
WJZ ABC NY
20 Jan 1951
Rhythm Man
Count Basie Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
2 Oct 1944
Moten Swing
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
Palladium Ballroom
KFI NBC LA
Nov 1959
Set 5
 
 
Flight Of The Jitterbug
Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
Radio Transcription
New York
1940
Johnny One Note
Hal Kemp Orchestra (voc) Skinnay Ennis
‘Chesterfield Show’
WABC CBS NY
1937
52nd Street
George Hall Orchestra (voc) Dolly Dawn
Radio Transcription
New York
1937
Sheik Of Araby
Fats Waller
WEAF NBC Red NY
5 Jul 1938
Set 6
 
 
Sweethearts On Parade
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians (voc) Carmen Lombardo
Comm Rec
New York
4 Dec 1936
You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth / Kiss Me Again
Bunny Berrigan Orchestra
Paradise Restaurant
WABC CBS NY
10 Apr 1938
On The Alamo
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘Date With The Duke’
ABC
Battle Creek, Michigan
2 Jun 1945
Basin Street Blues + Goodbye
Benny Goodman Orchestra
Palomar Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
22 Aug 1935
Set 7
 
 
How Come
Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
1945
Victory Bells
Erskine Hawkins Orchestra
Savoy Ballroom
Harlem
WOR Mutual NY
Jan 1945
King Porter Stomp
Tony Pastor Orchestra
Aircheck
New York
Jan 1945
Jumpin’ On The Merry-Go-Round + Hop, Skip, Jump (close)
Artie Shaw Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
San Luis Obispo Ca
ABC
26 Sep 1945
Set 8
 
 
Jimtown Blues
Ben Pollack Orchestra
Comm Rec
New York
16 Sep 1936
Clarinet Marmalade + I Never Knew
Red Norvo Octet
‘Paul Whiteman Musical Varieties’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
8 Mar 1936
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave to Me
Kay Kyser and his Band from the Carolines
Radio Transcription
New York
12 Jun 1934

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Latest Gin Mill Social Speakeasy Photos with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


The hottest 1920s ticket in Sydney is the monthly Gin Mill Social at Slide.

The next show is Friday 24th Oct. Have you and your friends got your tickets?

Authentic 1920s – 30s singer Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters always kick off proceedings with an exciting hour of hot Roaring 20s jazz…

Trio

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters open the Gin Mill Social every month. Sydney’s hottest 1920s party ticket. Greg Poppleton 1920s singer, Geoff Power sousaphone and trumpet, Paul Baker banjo.

trapeze

“They fly through the air with the greatest of ease, Those daring young girls on the flying trapeze.”

paul banjo solo

Paul Baker with his banjo on his knee.

mr gorski boxes

Mr Gorski juggling the books

Missy

Missy is the Lady With The Fan.

Happy Birthday

Adding sparkle to your birthday at Gin Mill Social

greg sings

Greg Poppleton has been described by music critics as ‘authentic’ and ‘uncanny’ as a 1920s singer.

Greg piano

And as an actor, Greg makes a good fist of pretending to play the piano as the Bakelite Broadcasters tear into a hot 1920s instrumental.

Geoff Tpt

Geoff Power, trumpet and sousaphone with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters. Geoff is an ARIA nominee.

emma hamilton2

Following Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters are the world-touring Emma Hamilton trio. They’re signed to Universal.

dining

You can talk when Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters play.

dining 2

It’s the 1920s at the Gin Mill Social. It’s in the art deco former Commonwealth Bank building, 41 Oxford St Surry Hills.

Cupcakes

A celebration of cupcakes. Yum!

bar

Your Gin Mill Social hosts are always most genial. They make you so welcome.

banjo

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters. Geoff blowing into the big bass sousaphone, Paul Baker banjo, Greg Poppleton 1920s singer is out of frame.

You can have Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at your party, too.

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Julius Sumner Miller Lesson 4. Phantom Dancer Show, Sep 16 2014


This Tuesday’s Phantom Dancer raises the bar even higher than last Tuesday’s – and I could barely limbo under that! There’s a bracket of gal singers from live 1940s radio and a bracket of live 1930s-40s radio featuring Django Reinhardt.

TODAY’S PHANTOM DANCER IS NOW ONLINE FOR YOUR LISTENING ENJOYMENT

This week, enjoy Part 4 in our 48 part series of ‘Demonstrations in Physics’ as your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week. Filmed at ABC Sydney in 1969, the always entertaining Professor Julius Sumner Miller uses toys to excite us about Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#123
2SER Tuesday 16 September 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
When The Saints Go Marching In
Frank Coughlan Orchestra (voc) FC and Band
Aircheck
Sydney
1947
Open + What A Dream
Patti Page (voc) Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
‘Let’s Go To Town’
Radio Transcription
New York
1954
The Billboard March
Sammy Kaye Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Astor Roof
Hotel Waldorf-Astoria
New York
AFRS Rebroadcast
1 Aug 1944
Set 2
 
 
Festival Swing ’41
French All-Stars including Django Reinhardt
Paris Radio
26 Dec 1940
Djangology / Limehouse Blues / Breakup
Django Reinhardt and Stefan Grapelly
‘Saturday Night Swing Club’
Shortwave from Bricktop’s Cabaret, Paris,
WABC CBS NY
12 Jun 1937
Set 3
 
 
Open + Stormy Weather
David Rose Orchestra
‘Guest Star’
Radio Transcription
New York
12 Dec 1948
Two Moods
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Hollywood
20 Sep 1941
Old Man River + Close
Benny Carter Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS New York
18 Dec 1942
Set 4
 
 
Over The Rainbow
Horace Heidt Orchestra (voc)
‘Sunrise’
WJSV CBS Washington DC
21 Sep 1939
O Koni Maluna
?
‘Songs Of The Islands’
AFRS Hollywood
1944
You Are My Sunshine + Close
Henry Levine Octet
‘Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
17 Dec 1941
Set 5
 
 
Just Squeeze Me
King Sisters (voc) Frank DeVol Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Hollywood
1947
Ain’tcha Ever Comin’ Back?
Peggy Lee (voc) Dave Barbour Orchestra
‘The Summer Electric Hour’
KNX CBS LA
Aug 1947
Honeysuckle Rose
Lena Horne (voc) Fletcher Henderson Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
1944
I Wanna Talk About You + Blue ‘n’ Boogie
Sarah Vaughan (voc) Billy Eckstine Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
Feb 1945
Set 6
 
 
The Yam
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
WABC CBS NY
30 Aug 1938
Softly As In A Morning Serenade
Artie Shaw Orchestra
Blue Room
Hotel Lincoln
WEAF NBC Red NY
2 Dec 1938
Downtown Uproar
Duke Ellington Orchestra
Cotton Club
WABC CBS NY
17 Apr 1938
So What!
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Meadowbrook Ballroom
Cedar Grove NJ
WABC CBS NY
11 Feb 1941
Set 7
 
 
Says My Heart
Jim Davidson and the A.B.C. Dance Orchestra (voc) Alice Smith
Comm Rec
Sydney
18 Aug 1938
Us On A Bus
Guy Lombardo Orchestra (voc) Trio
‘Esso Boulevarde’
WABC CBS NY
16 Mar 1936
Helpful Advice
John J Anthony
‘Goodwill Hour’
WOR Mutual NY
1944
You’ll Always Be The One I Love
Stan Herbeck and his Music With Romance Orchestra (voc) Hal Munbar
Radio Rendezvous
NBC Twin Falls, Idaho
25 Feb 1947
Set 8
 
 
The Gentle Art Of Love (open) + Nica’s Theme
Oscar Pettiford
Birdland
WABC ABC NY
26 May 1957
All The Tings You Are
Thelonius Monk
Aircheck
1949
Sound Lee
Lee Konitz
‘Storyville’
Copley Square Hotel
WHDH Boston
5 Jan 1954

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September Newsletter – Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


Hello Bakelite Broadcasters,
 


LATEST YOUTUBE TALLY
Band Video now has 48 445 hits at time of writing (30 August).
Up from 29 600 on 31 July. We’ll update you next month.

Hello to all our new friends who saw Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at this August’s Dubbo Jazz Festival – especially Mojo Juju’s mum!
FOR YOUR SEPTEMBER DIARY…

  2 Sep - 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. Listen.

  9 Sep - 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. Listen.

16 Sep - 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. Listen.

21 Sep – 2:30pm, 1920s Dance Orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios, Glenaeon, Belrose.

23 Sep - 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. Listen.

28 Sep – Swing DJ. Sydney Fringe Festival. Check 2SER for details as they are firmed up.

28 Sep - 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. Listen.

The Lounge Bar Lotharios are Sydney’s only authentic 1920s Dance Orchestra. We play Roaring 20s hot jazz from arrangements written in the 1920s. The 11-piece Orchestra features 1920s singer, Greg Poppleton and is under the musical direction of ARIA nominee, Geoff Power…
The Lounge Bar Lotharios

WHAT HAPPENED IN AUGUST?

Dick Smith Radio Ad.
Greg Poppleton is also an actor and voiceover artist. He’s currently dear ol’ Dad in a Dick Smith Fathers’ Day radio spot for Digital Radios Voice agent is RGM Voices.

Gin Mill Social Corporate Saturday 15th August.
What a ball we had bringing all the fun of the 1920s to workers on their lunch break on the campus of a big international company! Two rip-roaring, compact 30 minute 1920s shows with Greg Poppleton (voc) Geoff Power (sousaphone and trumpet) Paul Baker (banjo) Laurie Bennett (drums) Missy (fan dancer) Catherine Alcorn (MC) Mr Gorski (juggler) Tom (tap dancer)…
Greg Popleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters - Optus Campus

Dubbo Jazz FestivalSaturday 16th August.
What a fun night! Two shows with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters. The first at Dubbo Golf Club and then onto Club Dubbo with music till midnight. Radio16 recorded the event. Might have some audio from the show ready for you by October depending on permissions.

In Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Dubbo were Greg Poppleton 1920s vocals and megaphone, Geoff Power sousaphone and trumpet, Grahame Conlon banjo and guitar, Jim Elliot bass saxophone, alto saxophone and clarinet…Thank you Dubbo and Dubbo Jazz Club
Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at the Dubbo Jazz Festival

Dancing to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

Sunday Carnival Victoria Room. Sunday 17th August
It’s always exciting to sing the songs of the 1920s and 1930s at the Sunday Carnival in the Victoria Room.

It was a duo Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters. I was accompanied by Tony Gardner at the grand piano. In between songs he 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 for your party, too. Talk to Tony at OzManagement. Photo by Rick Monk…
Greg Poppleton Victoria Room Darlinghurst

Gin Mill Social. Friday 22nd August
It’s the 1920s at Slide on Oxford St when the Gin Mill Social comes to town. SOLD OUT SHOW, I think that says it all about this unique night of great 1920s entertainment, cuisine, authentic art deco architecture and atmosphere. The next Gin Mill Social is Friday 24 October. Are you coming? Tickets.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters Trio, (Greg, 1920s vocals and megaphone. Geoff Power, trumpet and sousaphone, Paul Baker, banjo and top hat) get the speakeasy of 1920s cuisine and hooch, fan dancers, aerials, jugglers and tap dancers going with a high energy set of 1920s hits…
Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, Gin Mill Social darlinghurst

ARE YOU OR A FRIEND ORGANISING YOUR COMPANY’S CHRISTMAS PARTY?

Then you need live 1920s jazz and 1930s small group swing by Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters. The 1920s Orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios is available, too.

Talk to the debonair Mr Tony Jex for all your 1920s-1930s music needs:

Bookings for Weddings, Corporate Events, Birthday Parties and Anniversaries
Talk to the debonair Mr Tony Jex:
T: 02 9567 7171
M: 0407 941 263
E: bookings@bakelitejazz.com



Like Us On Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/Greg.Poppleton.Band
 


Meet the Band at the New Website:
Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters www.bakelitejazz.com

NEW 1920s Orchestra Website (we’ll be at Spring Into Jazz, St Leonard’s Park, 16 November):
1920s Great Gatsby Orchestra – The Lounge Bar Lotharios www.1920sorchestra.com.au



See you at a show soon…

Kindest Regards
Greg

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Play Dad In Fathers’ Day Radio Spot


I play dear old Dad in a new Fathers’ Day radio spot for digital radios. Listen. Voice agent is RGM Voices.

Greg Poppleton, 1940s Canberra 100 Dance MC

Greg Poppleton, 1940s Canberra 100 Dance MC

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Julius Sumner Miller Newton’s 2nd Law Of Motion. Phantom Dancer Swing Radio Show 9 Sep 2014.


The Tuesday 9 September Phantom Dancer, on 107.3 2SER Sydney and online at 2ser.com, brings you another hot 2 hour mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s – 1960s radio and TV.

HEAR THIS SHOW ONLINE TILL NOVEMBER AT 2SER.COM

There’ll be a low-fi mix of I Got Rhythm from 1930s and 1940s radio featuring Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra amongst others. Larry Clinton, the Dipsy Doodler, will serenade you from the Glen Island Casino over NBC in 1938, Dinah Washington sings over WJZ New York in 1951 and Benny Goodman has a bit of a bop thing going on a 1949 ‘One Night Stand’

See the play list below after the Phantom Dancer Video of the Week.

This week, Part 3 in our 48 part series of ‘Demonstrations in Physics’. Filmed at ABC Sydney in 1969, the always entertaining Professor Julius Sumner Miller uses toys to excite us about Newton’s Second Law of Motion. Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN#121
2SER Tuesday 9 September 2014
12 noon – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Set 1
Hungaria
Andre Ekyan Orchestra
Comm Rec
Paris
11 Sep 1941
With A Twist Of The Wrist
Joe Marsala Quartet
‘Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
17 Feb 1941
Midnight In A Madhouse
Larry Clinton Orchestra
‘RCA Campus Club’
Glen Island Casino
WEAF NBC Red NY
2 Jul 1938
Set 2
 
 
I’ll Never Be Free
Dinah Washington
‘Symphony Sid Show’
WJZ ABC NY
13 Jan 1951
Open + The Best Things In Life Are Free
Kay Starr (voc) Buzz Adlam Orchestra
‘Music By Adlam’
KECA ABC LA
27 Dec 1947
Shishkabop
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Palladium Ballroom
Hollywood
AFRS re-broadcast
29 Mar 1949
Set 3
 
 
Get Out And Get Under The Moon
Helen Kane (voc) Leonard Joy Orchestra
Comm Rec
New York
16 Jul 1928
I’ll Get By + It Could Happen To You
Freddy Martin Orchestra (voc) Artie Wayne
‘One Night Stand’
Cocoanut Grove
Ambassador Hotel
Los Angeles
AFRS re-broadcast
12 Aug 1944
To Each His Own / Full Moon And Empty Arms / laughing On The Outside
Leighton Noble Orchestra (voc) Helen
‘One Night Stand’
Starlight Room
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
New York
AFRS re-broadcast
21 Jun 1946
Set 4
 
 
South Of The Border
Glenn Miller Orchestra (voc) Andrew Sisters
‘Chesterfield Show’
WABC CBS NY
1 Feb 1940
Along The Santa Fe Trail
Charlie Barnet Orchestra (voc) Howard Walter
Salt Air Ballroom
KDYL CBS Salt Lake City
5 Jun 1957
Bubbles
Count Basie Orchestra
‘Treasury Bandstand’
WLAN ABC Lancaster Penn.
2 Sep 1954

 

Set 5
 
 
I Got Rhythm
Slim & Slam
NBC Studio Orchestra
New York
30 Aug 1939
I Got Rhythm
Jean Rodgers (piano)
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
1943
I Got Rhythm
Ella Fitzgerald Orchestra
Savoy Ballroom
Harlem
WEAF NBC Red NY
4 Mar 1940
I Got Rhythm
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
WABC CBS NY
12 Dec 1935
Set 6
 
 
Boy Meets Horn
Duke Ellington Orchestra
Birdland
WNBC NBC NY
30 Jun 1951
Down South Camp Meeting
Harry James Orchestra
Hotel Astor Roof
WCBS CBS NY
25 May 1953
Lady Be Good
Woody Herman’s Third Herd
Royal Grove
Peony Park
Omaha Nebraska
NBC
1954
It’s Only A Paper Moon
Stan Kenton Orchestra (voc) Gene Howard
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS NY
27 Nov 1945
Set 7
 
 
Moonlight and Shadows
Russ Morgan Orchestra
Radio Transcription
According To The Way I Love You
Ray Noble Orchestra (voc) The Freshmanr
‘Coty Hour’
WEAF NBC Red NY
17 Apr 1935S
Stompin’ At The Savoy
Fletcher Henderson  Orchestra
Casa Manana
Culver City
KFI NBC LA
1944
My Future Just Passed
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra (voc) Toni Arden
Glen Island Casino
New Rochelle
WJZ Blue NY
1944
Set 8
 
 
Moonlight Serenade (theme) + In The Mood
Glenn Miller Orchestra
‘Wehrmacht Hour’
ABSIE London
Nov 1944
I Wonder
Louis Prima Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Mitchell Field
Long Island
WJZ Blue NY
15 Jan 1945
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
400 Restaurant NY
AFRS rebroadcast
30 Sep 1945

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