Friday, October 05, 2007

"Rosebud!" October 5, 2007

(Week 96)

Anachronalgia meets Nostalgia tonight on RADIOLA!

Having found the recording that led me down the path to 1920s and 1930s music, I asked a cross-section of listeners, broadcasters, and vintage music enthusiasts what selections occasioned similar epiphanies. I received many great responses (and have included a few more of my own early favorites)--and it makes for one terrific playlist! Here are the "Rosebud" moments I could fit into two hours of radio--to be broadcast tonight at 8 PM ET on WHCL:

(Edited after broadcast)

Orson Welles – “Rosebud” (1941) – Citizen Kane Soundtrack
Waring’s Pennsylvanians – Sleep (1928) – Collectors’ Choice CCM-175-2
Eddie Cantor – Palesteena (1920) – Emerson 10292 (78 RPM)
Ipana Troubadors – Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! (1929) – Columbia 1779-D
Jack Chapman and his Orch. – Dreaming of a Castle in the Air (1925) – Victor 19969 (78 RPM)
Benson All Star Orch – To Know You is To Love You (1928) – Columbia 1648-D (78 RPM)
Ted Weems and his Orch. – My Cutey’s Due at Two To Two (1926) – CCM-174-2
Frank Trumbauer and his Orch. – I’m Comin’ Virginia (1928) – Timeless CBC 1-043
Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five – West End Blues (1928) – Columbia C4K 57179
Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers – Doctor Jazz (1926) – JSP CD321
T. Marvin Hadley – The Story of Ku-Ku (1982)– Home recording of interview with Randy Skretvedt
Laurel and Hardy (w/Van Phillips Orch.) – Hal Roach Presents L&H (1932) – Pro Arte CDD 509
Dana Suesse – Scherzette – Keyboard Wizards of the Gershwin Era, Vol. 2 (Pearl CD)
Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys – Wa Da Da (1928) – Naxos 8.120696
Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky Serenaders – Is It Possible? (1927) – Victor 20819-B (78 RPM)
Rudy Wiedoeft – Saxophobia (1919) – Emerson 1043 (78 RPM)
Al Gallodoro – Saxophobia (1959) – Daybreak Lyrical Jazz (Golden Rooster Records)
Waring’s Pennsylvanians – I Love the College Girls (1926) – Take Two TT503CD
Coon-Sanders’ Nighthawks – Roodles (1927) – The Old Masters mb112
West End Jazz Band – Vladivostok (2002) – Legacy 2K 102
Benny Goodman Quartet – Running Wild (1937) – Victor 25529 (78 RPM)
Art Shaw and his New Music (Peg LaCentra, vo.) – It Ain’t Right (1936) – Vocalion 4637 (78 RPM)
Cab Calloway and his Orch. – Blues In The Night (1941) – Okeh 6422 (78 RPM)
Ty Parvis and T. Marvin Hadley – Honolulu Baby (1933) – Recording courtesy Randy Skretvedt
T. Marvin Hadley – The Old Man One Man Band (1982) – Recording courtesy Randy Skretvedt
The Beau Hunks – Bells (1994) – The Beau Hunks Play Original Little Rascals Music (Koch Int’l. CD)
Bing Crosby – Thanks (1933) – Collectables COL-CD-6805
Johnny Marvin – Magnolia (1927) – Victor 20731 (78 RPM)
Waring’s Pennsylvanians – Glorianna (1928) – Viper’s Nest VN-179
Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orch. – South (1928) – Bluebird 3139-2-RB
“Jiminy Cricket” (Cliff Edwards) – Nineteen Twenty-Five (1956) – Disneyland 3815 (LP)
Waring's Pennsylvanians - Memory Lane (1924) - Collectors' Choice CCM-175-2

4 comments:

Nick said...

Andy,

Had to miss the stream of this Friday...hope you get it out as a podcast soon! Looks enticing....

Andy said...

Nick,

Thanks again for your help here. (The sound file worked great!) I have the program in rotation on Live365. I think I may put it up on a-infos early, though.

Andy

Nick said...

Thanks, Andy!

There sure was one heckuva mix on this show....about as eclectic a blend as you'll find.

Great work...and I look forward to the podcast.

Nick said...

Andy,

Just heard the podcast from A-Infos....very nice program with as eclectic a mix as you've had on RADIOLA! Thanks for the kind words about my old show as well...keep up the great work.