24 May Phantom Dancer + 24 Jumping Minutes with the all women International Sweethearts of Rhythm


I’m acting in a film today, so I won’t be in the studio.

I hope you’ll enjoy a ‘classic’ Phantom Dancer mix. It was the 200th show for the Community Radio Network.

It’s now online at radio 2SER

The Phantom Dancer, which I’ve been presenting on 107.3 2SER Sydney since 1985 is your non-stop 2 hour swing and jazz mix from live 1920s-60s radio and TV.

Today’s Phantom Dancer includes:
– a set of Duke Ellington trombonist’s Juan Tizol compositions,
– a set of Cuban rhythms by Xavier Cugat and Desi Arnez,
– 2 sets of rare mid-1930s swing, a set of bop singers,
– a set of Bix Beidebecke including what is said to be the first ever recorded jazz ballad,
– a set of the great jazz singers Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McCrae and Billie Holliday,
– excerpts from a discussion about life on Mars from 1948…
…All from live 1920s-60s radio and TV broadcasts.

And the last hour is all vinyl!

If you’re at the computer rather than the radio, The Phantom Dancer is live-streamed Tuesday 12 – 2pm, www.2ser.com. And you can hear past Phantom dancers archived at 2ser.com as well. At 2ser.com, click on Program Guide, then Phantom Dancer in the Tuesday column, and scroll down for the show you want to hear.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week 24 jumping minutes with the all-women swing band, The International Sweethearts of Rhythm. Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #216

107.3 2SER Tuesday 24 May 2016
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:04 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)

National Program:
2RRR Gladesville Thurs 11am – 12 noon
2SER Sundays 5 – 6pm
ArtSoundFM Canberra Sunday 7 – 8pm
and early morning on 30 other stations.

Set 1
1930s Swing on the Wireless
Back Room Romp (A Contrapuntal Stomp)
Rex Stewart and his 52nd Street Sompers
Comm Rec
NYC
7 July 1937
Margie
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
WABC CBS New York
6 Sep 1938
Here Comes Your Pappy Down The Own Dusty Road + Close
Bob Crosby Orchestra (voc) The Freshman
‘Ford V-8 Revue’
NYC
1936
Set 2
The Songs of Juan Tizol
Zambu
Harry James Orchestra featuring Juan Tizol
Meadowbrook Gardens
Cedar Grove NJ
WNBC NBC NY
Feb 1946
Take The A-Train (theme) + Caravan
Duke Ellington featuring Juan Tizol (tb)
‘Stars in Jazz’
Birdland
WNBC NBC NY
24 Nov 1952
Perdido + Lullaby of Birdland (theme)
Sarah Vaughan
‘Stars In Jazz’
Birdland
WNBC NBC NY
31 Mar 53
Is There Life On Other Planets?
Various Learned Professors
‘University of Chicago Roundtable’
NBC Chicago
1948
Set 3
The Great Jazz Singers of the 1950s on Radio and Tv
Keeps On Raining
Billie Holliday
‘Eddie Condon’s Floor Show’
WPIX TV NY
1949
You’re My Thrill
Carmen McCrea
‘All-Star Parade Of Bands’
Birdland
WRCA NBC NY
1956
Linger Awhile + Tenderly (Close)
Sarah Vaughan
‘All-Star Parade of Bands’
Sardi’s Hollywood
KFI NBC LA
21 May 1956
Set 4
Cuban Rhythms – Cugie and Desi on the Radio
Open + Brazil
Xavier Cugat Orchestra (voc) Choir
‘Xavier Cugat Show’
AFRTS Re-broadcast
1944
Cachita
Desi Arnez Orchestra (voc) DA
Ciro’s
Hollywood
KNX CBS LA
1946
Chiu Chiu + Close
Xavier Cugat Orchestra (voc) Nita Rosa
‘Xavier Cugat Show’
AFRTS Re-broadcast
1944
Set 5
1944 – 1946 Radio Swing on One Night Stand
Cherokee
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
Radio Transcription
21 Jul 1944
Zanzi
Cab Calloway Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Club Zanzibar NY
AFRS Re-broadcast
16 Jul 1945
On The Road To Mandalay
Jack Teagarden Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Joplin, Missouri
AFRS Re-broadcast
18 Mar 1946
Holiday For Swing + Trinidad
Erskine Hawkins Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Blue Room
Hotel Lincoln NY
AFRS Re-broadcast
1 May 1946
Set 6
1930s Swing on the Radio
can You Take It?
Fletcher Henderson Orchestra
Comm Rec
New York
18 Aug 1933
Let’s Dance (theme) + Te Object Of My Affection
Benny Goodman Orchestra (voc) Buddy Clark
‘Let’s Dance’
WEAF NBC Red NY
1 Dec 1934
Zonky
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
WABC CBS NY
17 Dec 1935
Happy As The Day Is Long + Close
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
‘Ford V-8 Show’
Texas Centennial Exposition
Dallas
Aug 1936
Set 7
Bix Beidebecke
Singin’ The Bluess
Frankie Trambauer Orchestra Orchestra, Bix Beidebecke (cnt) The 1st recorded jazz ballad?
Comm Rec
New York
4 Feb 1927
In A Mist + Candlelight – both composed by Bix
Harry ‘The Hipster’ Gibson (piano)
‘Eddie Condon’s Jazz Concert’
Town Hall
WJZ Blue Network NY
22 Jul 1944
You Took Advantage Of Me
Paul Whiteman Orchestra (voc) Bing Crosby (cnt) Bix Beidebecke
Comm Rec
New York
28 Apr 1928
Set 8
Bop Singers On The Air
What’s The Matter Now?
Clyde Hart’s All-Stars (tp) Dizzy Gillespie (voc) Rubberleg Williams
Comm Rec
NYC
Jan 1945
Hurry Home + Deedle + Royal Roost Bop
Dave Lambert and Buddy Stewart (voc)
‘Symphony Sid Show’
Royal Roost
WMCA NY
5 Mar 1949
I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles
Jackie Kane and Roy Kral (voc) Charlie Ventura Quartet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
WMCA NY
1949
Romance Without Finance
Charlie Parker Quintet (voc) Jimmy Butts
Comm Rec
NYC
15 Sep 1944

7 June Phantom Dancer + Henry ‘Hot Lips’ Busse Video


Live 1920s-60s radio performances by such diverse bands as Jimmie Grier, Johnny Green and Miles Davis feature on your Tuesday 7 June Phantom Dancer.

The Phantom Dancer is your non-stop 2 hour mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio with Greg Poppleton every week online and on 2SER radio.

You’ll also hear a set of Duke Ellington from ‘A Date with the Duke’ radio series, a set of vocal jazz harmonies by The Three Ambassadors from the Cocoanut Grove radio transcription series and we begin with a set of swing bands on the AFRS re-broadcast series, ‘One Night Stand’.

The final hour of the mix is all vinyl.

The Phantom Dancer is live-streamed as the show goes to air on 107.3 2SER Sydney, Tuesdays 12 – 2pm (12 – 2am GMT) and repeated 5 – 6pm Sundays, http://www.2ser.com

The show is then archived for you to listen to any time at 2ser.com/Phantom_Dancer.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week is Henry ‘Hot Lips’ Busse playing his theme, Hot Lips. This is an amazing video because of both the music and the cinematography. Enjoy! You can read more about Henry Busse here

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #217

107.3 2SER Tuesday 7 June 2016
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:04 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
National Program:
2RRR Gladesville Thurs 11am – 12
2SER Sunday 2SER 5 – 6pm
ArtSoundFM Canberra Sunday 7 – 8pm
and early morning on 30 other stations.

Set 1
1944-46 Swing Bands on One Night Stand
Theme + Boyds Nest
Boyd Raeburn Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Club Morocco LA
AFRS Re-broadcast
19 Aug 1946
New World Jump
Bobby Sherwood Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Avodon Ballroom LA
AFRS Re-broadcast
3 Jun 1946
Fellow on a Furlough + Blue Skies
Bob Chester Orchestra (voc) David Allyn
‘One Night Stand’
Panther Room
Hotel Sherman Chicago
AFRS Re-broadcast
8 Oct 1944
Set 2
Johnny Green Composer and Bandleader
Open + Sweet Little Heartache
Johnny Green Orchestra (voc) Jimmy Farrell
‘Fitch Summer Bandwagon’
WEAF NBC Red NY
9 Apr 1939
In the Evening + I Wanna Be Loved (theme)
Johnny Green Orchestra
‘Oldsmobile Program’
WABC CBS NY
20 Feb 1934
So Far So Good
Johnny Green Orchestra
‘Rhymo’
WABC CBS NY
26 May 1940
Set 3
Miles Davis on 1957 Radio
Miles Davis Quintet
‘Bandstand USA’
Cafe Bohemia
WOR Mutual NY
20 Jul 1957
Set 4
The Three Ambassadors, 1931-33 TRANSCO Cocoanut Grove Radio Shows
Sweet and Lovely + Down Among The Sleepy Pines
Jimmie Grier Orchestra (voc) Jean Shark and The Three Ambassadors
‘Cocoanut Grove Show’
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1932
I Found a Million Dollar Baby in a Five and Ten Cent Store
Gus Arnheim Orchestra (voc) The Three Ambassadors
‘Cocoanut Grove Show’
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1931
Seven Little Steps To Heaven
Phil Harris Orchestra (voc) The Three Ambassadors
‘Cocoanut Grove Show’
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
1933
Set 5
English Dance Bands
Let’s Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep
Ambrose and his Orchestra
Comm Rec
London
26 Oct 1932
My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean
Johnny Claes and his Claepigeons (voc) Irene King
Comm Rec
London
1941
Ya Got Love
Roy Fox Orchestra (voc) Al Bowlly
Comm Rec
London
1932
We Shall Have Music
Jack Hylton Orchestra
AEF Programme
BBC London
7 Sep 1944
Set 6
New Orleans Jazz on Radio
Running Wild
George Lewis Jazz Band
‘Dixieland Jambake’
WDSU ABC New Orleans
7 Oct 1950
Struttin’ With Some Barbeque
Red Allen Dixielanders
‘Doctor Jazz’
Stuyvesant Casino
WMGM NY
1954
September in the Rain + I Got Rhythm
Eddie Condon Group
‘Eddie Condon’s Jazz Concert’
Town Hall
WJZ Blue NY
25 Nov 1944
Eh, La Bas
Papa Celestin
‘Dixieland Jambake’
WDSU ABC New Orleans
1950
Set 7
A Date With The Duke on ABC 1945
Caravan + Fickle Fling
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘A Date With The Duke’
Apollo Theatre
WJZ ABC NY
30 Jun 1945
Hop, Skip and Jump
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘A Date With The Duke’
Toldeo OH
ABC
9 Jun 1945
C Jam Blues
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘A Date With The Duke’
Paradise Theatre
Detroit
ABC
19 May 1945
Blue Skies + Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘A Date With The Duke’
Battle Creek Michigan
ABC
2 Jun 1945
Set 8
Modern Jazz on the Air
Move
Stan Getz (ts) Kai Winding (tb) Al Haig ℗ Tommy Potter (b) Roy Haynes
‘Jazz Club USA’
Carnegie Hall
Voice of America
25 Dec 1949
How High The Moon
Allen Eager
Birdland
WJZ ABC NY
Jun 1953
Mel’s Idea + Body and Soul
Benny Goodman Sextet
‘One Night Stand’
Click
Phildelphia
AFRS re-broadcast
3 Jun 1948

1920s Gin Mill Social – Slide Cabaret 15 April 2016


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, authentic 1920s – 30s singer and band, kicked off another SOLD OUT Gin Mill Social in April. The May show is SOLD OUT, too. See the photos below to find out why.

There are still tickets for the Friday 17 June Gin Mill Social. TICKETS. It’s a great 1920s night out with friends.

Oh, and Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters can play for your party, too. Just ask us

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s singer, with his Bakelite Broadcasters kick off the April Gin Mill Social

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s singer, with his Bakelite Broadcasters kick off the April Gin Mill Social

 

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters with Greg Poppleton 1920s vocals, Greg Chilcott sousaphone and Paul Baker banjo.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters with Greg Poppleton 1920s vocals, Greg Chilcott sousaphone and Paul Baker banjo.

 

The three tap dancers

The three tap dancers.

 

 

cocktails

Cocktails!

 

missy the fan dancer

Missy the Fan Dancer

 

missy on the ribbons 2

Missy on the ribbons!

Full house. Full house for the 20 May Gin Mill, too. The next Gin Mill Social at Slide is Friday 17 June. Book now.

Full house. Full house for the 20 May Gin Mill, too. The next Gin Mill Social at Slide is Friday 17 June. Book now.

 

Finhead, juggler of axes, swords, knives and fire!

Finhead, juggler of axes, swords, knives and fire!

 

cakes

Dessert!

 

The speakeasy is raided.

The speakeasy is raided.

Do it now. Find out how. Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters can play for your party, too. Just ask us.

Sunday Dance at Cronulla with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


We love playing for the good people of Cronulla RSL They love their jazz and they love to dance!

I’ve posted some photos below for you of Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters entertaining with swing and jazz from the 1920s and 1930s at Cronulla RSL, last Sunday 15 May.

In the band: Greg Poppleton 1920s vocals, Grahame Conlon guitar, Dave Clayton double bass, Alex Inman-Hislop drums.

And we had a few sit ins: Damon Poppleton on soprano sax, Flynn Poppleton on drums and Bob Gillespie on drums. Bob was the drummer for Maynard Ferguson’s English Orchestra, Lovelace Watkins, the Glenn Miller and Les Brown Orchestras touring Australia and many, many more!

We also bring 1920s and 1930s razzamatazz to weddings, corporate events and birthday parties. Find out more from Tony.

Though we’re Sydney-based we can travel anywhere! In fact, all Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters musicians have performed around the world.

The view from Cronulla RSL looking out over Cronulla Beach on a beautiful autumn afternoon

The view from Cronulla RSL looking out over Cronulla Beach on a beautiful autumn afternoon

 

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters with a couple of sit-ins, Damon Poppleton on soprano sax and Flynn Poppleton on drums. Dave Clayton in on double bass, you can see the tip of Grahame Conlon's guitar and Greg poppleton is singing On The Sunny Side of The Street.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters with a couple of sit-ins, Damon Poppleton on soprano sax and Flynn Poppleton on drums. Dave Clayton in on double bass, you can see the tip of Grahame Conlon’s guitar and Greg Poppleton is singing On The Sunny Side of The Street.

 

grahame jazz guitar

Grahame Conlon, guitar

 

dave jazz double bass

Dave Clayton, double bass

 

alex jazz drums

Alex Inman-Hislop, drums

 

Damon jazz soprano sax

Damon Poppleton sat in on the third set playing soprano sax

 

Bob Gillespie, formerly with Maynard Ferguson's English Orchestra, the Glenn Miller Orchestra and Lovelace Watkins also sat in on Alex' drums for the third set.

Bob Gillespie, formerly with Maynard Ferguson’s English Orchestra, the Glenn Miller Orchestra and Lovelace Watkins also sat in on Alex’ drums for the third set.

Looking for Sydney’s only authentic 1920s and 1930s singer and band for your wedding, corporate event and birthday party. You’ve found us! NOW find out more from Tony.

21st Birthday 1920s Party with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters had the great pleasure of playing for a very special 21st birthday on Saturday.

I took some photos of the 1920s quartet for you, featuring the very best in Australian vintage jazz: Geoff Power trumpet and sousaphone, Ben Jones alto sax, tenor sax and clarinet, Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo and Greg Poppleton authentic 1920s – 30s singer.

Because the gathering was made up of very talented singers in jazz, musical theatre and opera, we were more than happy for a few vocal sit-ins.

The young lady whose birthday it was is herself sat in with the band (and her two closest friends) on Two Sleepy People. Another Sydney jazz identity joined us for a gobsmakingly smokey take on Makin’ Whoopee. We had the real deal in jazz sing Lullaby of Birdland. And a great voice in professional music theatre wowed the party with Minnie The Moocher. Lots of fun!

We love playing birthdays, weddings and corporate events because we always play for the very best people who always have an enjoyable time. Contact Tony Jex about having Greg Poppleton at your occasion.

The 1920s jazz trio: Grahame Conlon guitar, Greg Poppleton 1920s vocals and megaphone, Geoff Power sousaphone

The 1920s jazz trio: Grahame Conlon guitar, Greg Poppleton 1920s vocals and megaphone, Geoff Power sousaphone. Photo: Ben Jones saxes and clarinet.

 

Ben Jones plays clarinet with Grahame Conlon on guitar and Geoff Power on the sousaphone. Photo by 1920s singer Greg Poppleton.

Ben Jones plays clarinet with Grahame Conlon on guitar and Geoff Power on the sousaphone. Photo by 1920s singer Greg Poppleton.

 

A band instrumental, Chinatown My Chinatown, the birthday host's request. Ben Jones reeds, Grahame Conlon banjo and Geoff Power trumpet.

A band instrumental, Chinatown My Chinatown, the birthday host’s request. Ben Jones reeds, Grahame Conlon banjo and Geoff Power trumpet.

Book us now before it’s too late! Contact.

Cronulla Gig This Sunday 15 May – Sydney Morning Herald Music Pick


Sydney Morning Herald Music Pick for weekend - Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite BroadcastersIt’ll be a fun Sunday at Cronulla RSL, 36 Gerrale St Cronulla 12 – 3pm FREE with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters. Right on the beach. Bistro. Dance floor.

Greg Poppleton (1920s – 30s vocals) Grahame Conlon (guitar) Dave Clayton (double bass) Alex Inman-Hislop (drums) Damon Poppleton (alto sax)

31 May Phantom Dancer Swing Radio Mix – 1929 Vitaphone Short of Amazing Drummer Freddie Crump.


On this Tuesday’s 31 May 107.3 2SER Phantom Dancer, your non-stop 2 hour mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio with Greg Poppleton, brings you jazz from Paris on French radio, a set of jazz from some of the earliest extant radio, and mix of singers on their own sponsored radio shows: Mildred Bailey, Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore and Peggy Lee.

The final hour of the mix is all vinyl.

The Phantom Dancer is live-streamed as the show goes to air on 107.3 2SER Sydney, Tuesdays 12 – 2pm (12 – 2am GMT) and repeated 5 – 6pm Sundays, http://www.2ser.com

The show is then archived for you to listen to any time at 2ser.com/Phantom_Dancer.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week is a Vitaphone short from 1929.

Be amazed by the drumming tricks of Freddie Crump. Ignore the singer. Flick through for the Freddie Crump routines on his 1920s drum kit which is so different from a modern jazz kit. Enjoy!

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #216

107.3 2SER Tuesday 31 May 2016
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:04 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
National Program:
2RRR Gladesville Thurs 11am – 12
2SER Sunday 2SER 5 – 6pm
ArtSoundFM Canberra Sunday 7 – 8pm
and early morning on 30 other stations.

Set 1
Jive on 1944 Radio
Theme + Three Little Words
Denny Beckner Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Norfolk Virginia
Blue Network
AFRS Re-broadcast
30 Mar 1944
Fifth Avenue Sax
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Tune Town Ballroom
St Louis Mo
AFRS Re-broadcast
5 Apr 1944
On The Sunny Side Of The Street + Close
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (voc) The Sentimentalists
‘Gi Jive’
AFRS Hollywood
Sep 1944
Set 2
All-Star Parade of Bands from 1950s Radio
Open + The Man On The Beat
Ray Anthony Orchestra
‘All-Star Parade of Bands’
Palladium Ballroom
KFI NBC Hollywood
23 Nov 1953
Take The A-Train (theme) + Caravan
Duke Ellington Orchestra
Basin Street
WCBS CBS NY
16 Apr 1956
Rain
Les Brown and his Band of Renown
‘All-Star Parade of Bands’
Palladium Ballroom
KFI NBC Hollywood
12 Oct 1953
Set 3
Some of the Earliest Recorded Jazz Radio
Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again
The Volunteer Firemen directed by Harry Reser
Comm Rec
New York City
27 Jan 1927
I Lost My Gal From Memphis / Here Comes Emily Brown
Red Nichols Orchestra (voc) Dick Robertson
‘Heat’
Radio Transcrition
New York City
3 Aug 1930
Egyptian Ella
Philco Hour Orchestra
‘Philco Hour’
WABC CBS NY
1931
Set 4
Excursions in Modern Music on 1949 Radio
Open + Bop City
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
‘Excursions in Modern Music’
Rendevous Ballroom
Balboa Ca
30 Jul 1949
Diz Does Everything
Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (tp) Maynard Ferguson
‘One Night Stand’
Cafe Rouge
Statler Hotel
AFRS Re-broadcast
7 Apr 1949
Flying Home
Lionel Hampton Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Aquarium Restaurant NYC
AFRS Re-brodcast
1949
Set 5
French Jazz on the Air 1949 – 1953
Dream of You
Django Reinhardt et la Quintette du Hot Club de France
Radio Geneva
Switzerland
25 Oct 1949
Jam Session
Dizzy Gillespie (tp) avec Tony Proteau et son Orchestre
Rex Theatre
RDF Paris
Feb 1953
Night and Day
Django Reinhardt acc. par Paul Baron et son Grand Orchestre
‘This is Paris’
NBC
1950
Le Boogie de Paris
Jacques Helian et son Orchestre
Comm Rec
Paris
1946
Set 6
Dance Bands on 1938 – 40 Radio
John Peel
Paul Whiteman Orchestra and Chorus with Jack Teagarden (tb)
‘Chesterfield Show’
WABC CBS NY
28 Dec 1938
Comes Love
Artie Shaw Orchestra (voc) Helen Forrest
Summer Terrace
Ritz Carlton Hotel
WNAC NBC Boston
19 Aug 1939
Sugar Blues
Ella Fitzgerald Orchestra (voc) Ella Fitzgerald
Savoy Ballroom
WEAF NBC Red NY
26 Feb 1940
Hold Tight
Glenn Miller Orchestra (voc) Marion Hutton and Band
Meadowbrook Ballroom
Cedar Grove NJ
WJZ NBC Blue NY
18 Apr 1939
Set 7
Swinging on early 1940s Radio
Johnny Zero
George Trevare Orchestra (voc) Joan Blake
Comm Rec
Sydney
1944
Shine
Jack Teagarden Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’
Joplin Mo
Mutual Network
18 Mar 1946
The Skaters’ Waltz
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Meadowbrook Ballroom
Cedar Grove NJ
WABC CBS NY
11 Feb 1941
Moonglow + Swanee River
Lionel Hampton Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Trianon Ballroom
Southgate Calif
AFRS Re-broadcast
16 Jun 1944
Set 8
Band Singers With Their Own Radio Shows
Beg Your Pardon
Dinah Shore (voc) Harry James Orchestra
‘Call For Music’
KNX CBS LA
4 May 1948
Evalina
Mildred Bailey (voc) Paul Baron Orchestra
‘Music Till Midnight’
WABC CBS NY
1944
Somebody Loves Me
Peggy Lee (voc) Dave Barbour Orchestra
‘Rexall Show’
KNX CBS LA
1951
Day By Day + Put Your Dreams Away For Another Day (theme)
Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Durante
‘Songs by Sinatra’
AFRS Re-broadcast
27 Feb 1946