Penrith RSL 28 February Show – Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


Here are some photos of today’s Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters show at Penrith RSL.

WE always have lots of fun at Penrith. Today, Damon joined in with Grahame, Darcy and Bob on the instrumental numbers like ‘Sunny Side of the Street’, ‘Lady Be Good’, ‘Limehouse Blues’ and more.

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12 year old Damon Poppleton joined in with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters for today’s Penrith show. Here he is on alto, soloing ‘Perdido’.

The Bakelite Broadcasters (l-r) Bob Gillespie (d) Darcy Wright (db) Grahame Conlon (g) playing Seven Come Eleven with Damon on alto sax.

The Bakelite Broadcasters (l-r) Bob Gillespie (d) Darcy Wright (db) Grahame Conlon (g) playing Seven Come Eleven with Damon on alto sax.

Grahame, is Grahame Conlon, guitar player for Billy Fields, Ricky May and many more.

Darcy Wright has played for Tony Bennett, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington and dozens more. He was ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the world’s top ten double bassists. (He also inspired James Morrison to play bass).

Bob Gillespie played for Maynard Ferguson’s English Orchestra, the Australian tours of the Glenn Miller and Les Brown Orchestras and was musical director for Lovelace Watkins.

Damon was given a quarter scholarship by U.S. jazz saxophonist Josh Quinlan for next year’s national Jazz Camp.

Greg Poppleton is an authentic 1920s – 1930s singer, voiceover artist and actor…

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s and 1930s singer, singing 'Carolina In The Morning' through a megaphone...

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s and 1930s singer, singing ‘Carolina In The Morning’ through a megaphone…

...and the gargling the second chorus. Jazz gargling hit art for 6 at today's Penrith show.

…and the gargling the second chorus. Jazz gargling hit art for 6 at today’s Penrith show.

Apart from jazz gargling and child prodogies, the audience sang along to ‘Always’, were serenaded by Greg table-to-table on ‘Somebody Loves Me’, heard a dramatic recitation of ‘Tea For Two’, were treated to guest jazz singer Billy Gale who performed ‘I’m Beginning To See The Light’ and danced to ‘Makin’ Whoopee’, ‘The Charleston’, ‘Sweet Lorraine’ and dozens more 1920s and 1930s classics.

Grahame Conlon plays a guitar solo on 'Avalon'.

Grahame Conlon plays a guitar solo on ‘Avalon’.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, 'Walking My Baby Back Home'.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, ‘Walking My Baby Back Home’.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters are the Kings of Frantica Antica. Tony can help you book this stand-out, authentic 1920s – 1930s band for your occasion. Email him, tony@ozmanagement.com

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March Newsletter – Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


HELLO Bakelite Broadcasters and Lounge Bar Lotharios,

THE RIP-ROARING BAND YOUTUBE VIDEO STORY CONTINUES…

– The band’s YouTube video is now at 255 158 views. Watch it here,
– Up from 224 797 on 1st February,
– 2030 people listened to the mix on New Year’s Eve alone,

1920s - 1930s Swing Jazz Chill Mix Cover. A mix from all 3 Greg Poppleton albums.

1920s – 1930s Swing Jazz Chill Mix Cover. A mix from all 3 Greg Poppleton albums.

Full dance floor. Dancing to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at the 2015 Great Art Deco Ball. This was our 3rd year in a row playing hot jazz from the 1920s at this increasingly popular event.

Full dance floor. Dancing to Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at the 2015 Great Art Deco Ball. This was our 3rd year in a row playing hot jazz from the 1920s at this increasingly popular event.

You can download your stereo copy of the YouTube Chill Mix on BANDCAMP

MARCH GIG GUIDE

TODAY Sun 28 Feb: 2 – 5pm, Penrith RSL, 8 Tindale St Penrith. FREE
This is the band’s 6th year at penrith. Greg Poppleton (1920s voc) Damon Poppleton (alto sax) Grahame Conlon (guitar) Darcy Wright (double bass) Bob Gillespie (drums)

Tues 3 Mar: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Non-stop 2 hour swing and jazz mix from 1920s-60s radio. Play List

Wed 4 Mar: 7:00 – 11:00pm, Murder Mystery Fun, Corporate Event.  Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters: Greg Poppleton (1920s voc) Geoff Power (trumpet and sousaphone) Paul Furniss (soprano and alto saxes and clarinet) Grahame Conlon (banjo and guitar) Lawrie Thompson (drums) add Roaring 20s musical magic to the popular Murder Mystery Fun 1920s murder whodunnit. Want a 1920s murder mystery, too? Check out Murder Mystery Fun.

Tues 10 Mar: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Non-stop 2 hour swing and jazz mix from 1920s-60s radio. Play List

Wed 11 Mar: 6:00 – 10:00pm, Corporate Event.  Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters: Greg Poppleton (1920s voc) Geoff Power (trumpet and sousaphone) Paul Furniss (soprano and alto saxes and clarinet) Grahame Conlon (banjo and guitar) Lawrie Thompson (drums) entertain with swinging Roaring 20s hot-cha for a corporate conference.

Sat 14 Mar: 10:00am – 2:00pm, Lake Parramatta 1930s Fun Day. Come celebrate! It’s now open for swimming – first time since 1942.
Greg Poppleton (1930s swing voc) Ron Nairn (alto and baritone saxes) Nigel Date, then, Tony Burkys (guitar) James Power (trumpet). Prizes. Best 1930s costume. Fun for the kids and more. More info

Sat 14 Mar: 12:30am – 2:00pm, Northbridge Rotary Luncheon. VIPs only.
The band’s 5th year at this prestigious event. Greg Poppleton (1920s – 1930s swing voc) Chuck Morgan (guitar and banjo) Darcy Wright (double bass)

Tues 17 Mar: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Non-stop 2 hour swing and jazz mix from 1920s-60s radio. Hear past shows

Tues 17 Mar: 4pm – 6pm, Mosman Tea Dance. VIPs only.
The band’s 3rd year at this prestigious event. Greg Poppleton (1920s – 1930s swing voc) Grahame Conlon (guitar) Darcy Wright (double bass)

Fri 20 Mar: 7pm, Gin Mill Social, Slide Cabaret, Oxford St Surry Hills. Book early, the 20 Feb show sold out a week ahead. Tickets
If you’ve never attended a Gin Mill Social at Slide, you’re missing out!  Gangsters, flappers, acrobats, all to the music of Greg Poppleton’s Bakelite Broadcasters! Greg Poppleton (1920s voc) Geoff Power (trumpet and sousaphone) Paul Baker (banjo)

Tues 24 Mar: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Non-stop 2 hour swing and jazz mix from 1920s-60s radio. Hear past shows

Tues 31 Mar: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Non-stop 2 hour swing and jazz mix from 1920s-60s radio. Hear past shows

CANBERRA, Tune in to The Phantom Dancer radio show 7pm every Sunday night on ArtSoundFM

Check the Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters website for lots more shows coming in April and May including the band’s first Cronulla RSL show and first Thredbo Jazz Festival.

WE CAN PLAY FOR YOU…

We add 1920s – 1930s glamour to wedding receptions, birthday parties and corporate events. Trio to orchestra.

The friendly Tony Jex will help you with your free quote,
T: 02 9567 7171
M: 0407 941 263
E: bookings@bakelitejazz.com

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We look forward to seeing you at a show soon…

Kindest Regards
Greg

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Julius Sumner Miller – Radiation. Phantom Dancer Swing Jazz Show 17 March 2015


The Phantom Dancer radio show is a 2 hour mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s – 1960s radio & TV.

It’s heard live every Tuesday at 12 noon (+11GMT) on 107.3 2SER Sydney. It’s been presented by Greg Poppleton since 1985 and is now also heard online at http://www.2ser.com  and on over 30 CRN stations across Australia.

This week, in the 2 hour radio mix, you’ll hear live swing and jazz by Clifford Brown and later Oscar Pettiford plays the tribute, I Remember Clifford. The swinging Bobby Sherwood plays his jitterbug jive from two airchecks and since 17 March is St Patrick’s Day, there is a set of jazz and dance broadcast on and for that special day.

See the play list below…

As this week’s Phantom Dancer Video of the Week, recorded at ABC-TV in Sydney in 1969, Julius Sumner Miller investigates Heat Energy Transfer By Radiation. This is program 24 in the series, ‘Dramatic Demonstrations In Physics.’ Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #149

2SER Tuesday 17 Mar 2015
12 noon – 2:00pm (+11 hours GMT)

Set 1
Open + Sherwood’s Forest
Bobby Sherwood Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park, Ca
AFRS Re-broadcast
Jan 1947
1945
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Harry James Orchestra (voc) The Songmakers
‘Chesterfield Time’
WABC CBS New York
9 Sep 1943
Temptation
George Paxton Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Cafe Rouge
Hotel Pennsylvania NY
AFRS Re-broadcast
19 Jul 1945
Set 2
Vieni Su (theme) + Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby
Carl Ravazza Orchestra (voc) CR
‘One Night Stand’
Blackhawk Restaurant
Chicago
AFRS Re-broadcast
6 Aug 1944
Afternoon of a Faun
Frankie Masters Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Blue Network
1945
Yesterdays
Russ Morgan Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
AFRS Re-broadcast
28 Apr 1944
Set 3
Open (When Irish Eyes Are Smiling) + As Long As I Live
Eddie Condon Group
‘Eddie Condon Town Hall Jazz Concert’
WJZ Blue Network NY
17 Mar 1945
Irish Lullaby
Bing Crosby
‘Philco Radio Time’
KECA ABC LA
Nov 1947
Kilkenny For Me + The Boys From Wexford + The Old Maid of Galway
Martin Byrnes and his Irish Blackbirds
‘Town Hall Tonight’
WEAF NBC Red NY
17 Mar 1937
Set 4
Open + Sweet Georgia Brown
Clifford Brown and Max Roach Quintet
Basin Street
WCBS CBS NY
6 May 1956
Fresh Fish
Benny Goodman Orchestra (voc) The Clarinators
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
29 Mar 1949
It’s the Talk of the Town + Inventions for Guitar and Trumpet
Stan Kenton Orchestra (voc) The Clarinators
‘Concert in Miniature’
Rustic Cabin NJ
NBC
1952
Set 5
Chasin’ The Bird
Charlie Parker Quartet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
WMCA NY
12 Mar 1949
A Night In Tunisia
Boyd Raeburn Orchestra
Rose Room
Palace Hotel
KQW CBS San Francisco
19 Jun 1945
Four Brothers
Woody Herman’s Third Herd
Blue Room
Hotel Roosevelt
WWL CBS New Orleans
10 Nov 1951
How High The Moon
Jubilee All Stars
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
Oct 1945
Set 6
It’s a Hundred to One
Johnny Messner and his Hotel McAlpen Orchestra (voc) Jeanne D’arcy and Trio
Radio Transcription
New York
1939
The Old Lamplighter
Ray Herbeck and his Music with Romance Orchestra (voc) Buddy Burke and the Glee Club
Radio Rendezvous
NBC Salt Lake City
25 Feb 1947
I Never Had A Chance
Al Bowlly (voc) Ray Noble’s American Orchestra
‘Coty Program’
WEAF NBC Red NY
13 Mar 1935
I Won’t Tell a Soul + Nightmare (theme)
Artie Shaw Orchestra (voc) Helen Forrest
Blue Room
Hotel Lincoln
WEAF NBC RED NY
2 Dec 1938
Set 7
Jungle Jive
George Trevare and his Australians (voc) Elsie Wardrope
Comm Rec
Sydney
1943
Desperate Desmond
Buddy Rich Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Phoenixville Pa
ABC
24 Dec 1945
The Girlfriend
Bobby Sherwood Orchestra
Aircheck
Terrace Room NJ
11 Feb 1945
Who’s Got The Ball?
Harry James Orchestra
Aircheck
The Click
Philadelphia
1947
Set 8
Hot House
Miles Davis
‘Jazz Club USA’
Carnegie Hall NY
Voice of America
25 Dec 1949
I Remember Clifford
Oscar Pettiford Orchestra
Birdland
WOR Mutual NY
Jul 1957
Parthenia
Shelley Manne Quintet
Basin Street
WCBS CBS NY
May 1956
Shaw Nuff
Dizzy Gillespie’s Rebop 6
Comm Rec
Los Angeles
Dec 1945

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Julius Sumner Miller, Convection, Lesson 23. Phantom Dancer Live Jazz Radio, 10 Mar 2015.


Dear Phantom Dancers,

12 noon Tuesday 3 March is Phantom Dancer time on 107.3 2SER Sydney. Swing, jazz and dance from live 1920s-60s radio and TV presented by Greg Poppleton on 30 CRN stations across Australia.

This week, in the 2 hour radio mix, you’ll hear live swing and jazz by Patti Page, Rosemary Clooney, Martha Tilton, Ethel Merman and more. Listen online at http://www.2ser.com.

See the play list below…

As this week’s Phantom Dancer Video of the Week, recorded at ABC-TV in Sydney in 1969, Julius Sumner Miller investigates Heat Energy Transfer By Convection. This is program 23 in the series, ‘Dramatic Demonstrations In Physics.’ Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #148

2SER Tuesday 10 Mar 2015
12 noon – 2:00pm (+11 hours GMT)

Set 1
Open + Jam – a – ditty
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘Date With The Duke’
ABC
1945
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
Patti Page (voc) Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
‘Let’s Go To Town’
Radio Transcription
New York
1954
Artistry in Rhythm
Stan Kenton Orchestra
‘Concert Encores’
KFSD NBC San Diego
10 Feb 1953
Set 2
Cuban Love Song (theme) + A Banda + I’l Never Fall In Love Again
Edmundo Ros Orchestra (voc) ER
BBC
London
1969
Blue Tango
Ray Anthony Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1954
Nice Work If You Can Get It
Rosemary Clooney (voc) Buddy Cole Music
‘The Rosemary Clooney Show’
KNX CBS LA
4 Nov 1954
Set 3
Open + You Do Something to Me
Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
Chez Paree
WGN Chicago
1950s
Abraham
Thrasher Sisters
‘Fountain of Fun’
WLW Cincinnati
25 Oct 1942
Mr Five By Five + Close
Paul Davis Orchestra
‘Fountain of Fun’
WLW Cincinnati
25 Oct 1942
Set 4
Open + Say It With Music + Heatwave
Walter Winchell and Ethel Merman
‘Irving Berlin 50th Birthday’
WABC CBS NY
3 Aug 1938
Cross Patch + Woodbury Ad
Paul Whiteman Orchestra (voc) Little Durelle
‘Paul Whiteman’s Musical Varieties’
WJZ NBC Blue
3 Jul 1936
So Many Memories + One O’Clock Jump
Beny Goodman Orchestra (voc) Martha Tilton
Madhattan Room
Hotel Pennsylvania
WABC CBS NY
20 Oct 1937
Set 5
Perfume Counter
Dave Brubeck Quartet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
WJZ ABC NY
Dec 1953
Intro + Sweet Georgia Brown
Roy Eldridge Quintet
Cafe Bohemia
WRCA NBC NY
Mar 1957
Stompin’ At The Savoy
Erroll Garner Trio
‘Basin Street’
WCBS CBS NY
May 1956
C Jam Blues
Django Reinhardt Quintet
Radio Geneva
Switzerland
26 Oct 1949
Set 6
You’ve Got Me Crying Again
Hal Kemp Orchestra (voc) Skinnay Ennis
‘Lavena Program’
Radio Transcription
New York
1934
You Don’t Love Right + Bye Bye Blues + Close
Hal Kemp Orchestra (voc) Skinnay Ennis
‘Lady Esther Serenade’
WEAF NBC Red NY
26 Aug 1936
Interview
Gerard Hoffnung and Charles Richardson
‘Saturday Night on the Light’
BBC Light Programme
London
1955
The Boogie Woogie Girl
Christine Chatman Orchestra
Comm Rec
New York
6 Apr 1944
Set 7
Fiesta in Brass
Roy Eldridge Trumpet Ensemble
Comm Rec
New York
22 Jan 1944
V for Victory Hop
Glenn Miller Orchestra
‘Chesterfield Show’
CBS
25 Jun 1942
How High The Moon
Les Brown Orchestra
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
16 Aug 1945
The Skaters Waltz
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Meadowbrook Ballroom
Cedar Grove NJ
WABC CBS NY
11 Feb 1941
Set 8
Chirokko
Die Goldene Sieben
Comm Rec
Berlin
Feb 1937
Open (It’s Easy To Remember) + Caravan
George Hall Orchestra
‘Easy To Remember’
Radio Transcription
New York
1937
Inspiration Tango
Isham Jones Orchestra
WOR Mutual NY
13 Mar 1936
Cherokee
Sterling Young Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1939

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Photos, Jazz At The Pines 1920s Concert,15 February 2015.


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, authentic 1920s – 1930s singer and hot jazz band, played to a big audience under the trees at Jazz At The Pines, Dural, Sunday February 15.

I took some photos for you from the stage as the show was in progress. Great audience!

Thank you to The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville and The Hills Shire Council.

In Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, for Jazz At The Pines were…
– Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s singer,
– Paul Furniss, clarinet, soprano and alto sax,
– Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo,
– Ian Baker tuba and trombone,
– Lawrie Thompson drums and washboard…

Tony is available to help you have the band for your occasion, too: T: 02 9567 7171 | M: 0407 941 263 | E: OzManagement

Thank you to everyone who filled in their survey slips wanting Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters back. We look forward to seeing you again at another Jazz At The Pines in 2016!

Some of the audience enjoying Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, Jazz at The Pines, Dural.

Some of the audience enjoying Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, Jazz at The Pines, Dural.

Greg Poppleton (I'm behind the camera) and the Bakelite Broadcasters (in front of the camera) (L-r) Laurie Thompson drums and washboard, Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo, Ian Baker tuba and trombone, Paul Furniss, clarinet, soprano and alto sax.

Greg Poppleton (I’m behind the camera) and the Bakelite Broadcasters (in front of the camera) (L-r) Lawrie Thompson drums and washboard, Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo, Ian Baker tuba and trombone, Paul Furniss, clarinet, soprano and alto sax. Lawrie’s laying down rich drum textures on ‘The Carioca’ (1934)

Greg Poppleton, 1920s-1930s singer and bandleader.

Greg Poppleton, 1920s-1930s singer and bandleader.

Paul Furniss, clarinet, soprano and alto sax.

Paul Furniss, clarinet, soprano and alto sax, ‘At The Jazz Band Ball’. (1917)

Ian Baker, tuba and trombone.

Ian Baker, tuba and trombone, ‘Whispering’ (1920).

Grahame Conlon, guitar and banjo.

Grahame Conlon, guitar and banjo, ‘Gypsy Love Song’ (1928)

Another happy snap of our beautiful audience.

Another happy snap of our beautiful audience.

There were all ages at Jazz At The Pines.

There were all ages at Jazz At The Pines.

PS: Tony can help you have the band for your occasion, too: T: 02 9567 7171 | M: 0407 941 263 | E: OzManagement

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Phantom Dancer 17 Feb 2015 Swing Jazz Radio Mix


Hello Phantom Dancers,

On this week’s 2 hour swing and jazz mix you’ll hear a rare radio broadcast from Shep Fields’ New Music (including early electric guitar) and a broadcast excerpt from Glen Island Casino by Bob Strong. There’s also a couple of sets of jazz and dance from 1920s-30s radio for your listening and dancing pleasure.

HEAR the full 2 hour mix HERE until mid-March

Full play list below.

Boswell Sisters pose in front of the wireless

Boswell Sisters pose in front of the wireless

 

And for your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week, from 1929, rap from the High Hatted Tragedian of Jazz, Ted Lewis. There’ll be more Julius Sumner Miller next week!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney
, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show #145

2SER Tuesday 17 Feb 2015
12 noon – 2:00pm (+11 hours GMT)

 

Set 1

When My Ship Comes In

George Hall Hotel Taft Orchestra (voc) Allen Church

Comm Rec
Sydney
14 Sep 1934

Good For You Bad For Me
Boswell Sisters

Radio Transcription
Continental LA
1930

Open + Flirtation Waltz
Vincent Valsanti aka Ted Fio Rito Orchestra (voc) Jack Howard
Radio Transcription
TRANSCO LA
1934
Hold My Hand
Ray Pearl Orchestra
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park Ca
KHJ Mutual LA
10 Apr 1940
Set 2
9:20 Special
Andy Kirk Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
21 May 1945
Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone
Eddie Heywood Sextet
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
21 May 1945
Sheik Of Araby + Lover Come Back To Me + Close
Shep Fields and his New Music
‘Spotlight Bands’
Orlando Fl
Blue Network
21 Jul 1943
Set 3

Good Night
Desi Arnez Orchestra (voc) Desi Arnez
Ciro’s Hollywood
KNX BCS LA
1946
Texas Tex
Tex Beneke Orchestra
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
2 Oct 1946
Open + Kentucky
Bob Strong Orchestra (voc) Tony Fiola
‘One Night Stand’
Glen Island Casino
New Rochelle NY
20 Aug 1944
The Continental
Champs Butler (voc) Frank deVol Orchestra

‘Stand By For Music’
Radio Transcription
Hollywood
6 Jan 1955

Set 4

Open + Re-stringing The Pearls
Jerry Gray and his Band Of Today
Palladium Ballroom
KFI Los Angeles
20 Jan 1961
Open + Perdido
Ray Anthony Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
25 Dec 1952
Open + Bop City + Close
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
Rendezvous Ballroom
Balboa Ca
KHJ Mutual LA
30 Jul 1949
Set 5

Don’t Be That Way
Roy Eldridge and his Trumpet Ensemble
Comm Rec
New York
24 Jan 1944
Sleepy Lagoon
Harry James Orchestra
Roof Garden
Hotel Astor
WABC CBS NY
28 Aug 1942
Body And Soul
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
27 Nov 1945
Blue Rain
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra (voc) Connie Morgan
Spotlight Bands
Columbus OH
Blue Network
19 Nov 1943
Set 6

Japanese Sandman
Ray Noble Orchestra

Beverly-Wiltshire Hotel Beverly Hills Ca
KFI NBC Red LA
18 Feb 1940

Laughing At Life
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
WABC CBS NY
19 Nov 1937
It’s You, You, Darling
Bob Crosby Orchestra (voc) Bob Crosby
Terrace Room
Hotel New Yorker
WOR Mutual NY
25 Mar 1940
I’m An Old Cowhand
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
‘Ford V8 Show’
Texas Centennial
CBS Dallas Tx
Aug 1936
Set 7

At Your Command
Fred Rich Orchestra
Comm Rec
New York
15 Jun 1931
Linda
Earl Burtnett Orchestra (voc) Jess Kirkpatrick
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1931
Nobody’s Sweetheart Now
Mills Hotsy Totsy Gang
‘Brunswick Brevities’
New York
Oct 1929
Royal Garden Blues
Ray Miller Orchestra
‘Sunny Meadows Radio Show’
Radio Transcription
Chicago
Jan 1929
Set 8

Who’ll Buy my Bublitchky

Charlie and his Orchestra

Reichrundfunk
Berlin
1941

Animal and Police Imitations
Red Bill Lane

‘Major Bowes Amateur Hour’
WABC CBS NY
21 Sep 1939

God-Child
Chubby Jackson Orchestra
‘Symphony Sid Show’
WMCA NY
5 Mar 1949

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