Friday, February 29, 2008

"SHELLAC SPECTACULAR" TONIGHT AT 8 PM ET ON WHCL!!

(Week 112)

Tonight on WHCL will be my first live scheduled RADIOLA! broadcast in ten weeks--and I'll play 31 rare and strange source documents that I've acquired during my long hiatus. It will be a wondrous mix of stuff from 1905 to the late 1930s--some crunchy, some pristine. I'll post the playlist here shortly. Listen locally (Utica NY area) on 88.7 FM or stream from WHCL's SHOUTCAST STREAM at 8 PM Easten time TONIGHT. (And the show will be posted on my Live365 station within a day or so.)

Love 78s? Now's the time to get your share . . .


Charles W. Hamp – Heigh-Ho! Ev’rybody, Heigh-Ho! (1929) – Columbia 1792-D
George Olsen and his Music – Hello, Aloha, How Are You? (1926) – Victor 20060-A
Ipana Troubadors (Willard Robison, v.) – Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! (1929) – Col. 1779-D
Frank Trumbauer and his Orch. – Trumbology (1927) – Parlophone R 2465 (UK issue)
Frank Crumit – I Married the Bootlegger’s Daughter (1925) – Victor 19739-A
Bennie Moten’s K.C. Orch. – Moten Stomp (1927) – Bluebird B-6204-A
Collins and Harlan – I’m Dreaming of You (Mullen) (1905) – Victor 4546
Margaret Young – Ukulele Lady (1925) – Brunswick 2861-B
Miss Patricola – Hot Lips (1922) – Victor 18967-A
Isham Jones and his Orch. – Wabash Blues (1921) – Brunswick 5065-B
Louis Panico and his Orch. – Wabash Blues (1930) – Melotone 35-10-27-A
Joie Lichter’s Strand Symphonists – Spanish Shawl (1925) – Silvertone 3502-A
Gene Autry – The Death of Mother Jones (1931) – Conqueror 7702-A
Tampa Red – That Stuff Is Here (1934) – Conqueror 8862
Benson Orch of Chicago – I Had Someone Else Before I Had You (1925) – Victor 19685-B
The Rhythmic Eight – Eleven More Months and Ten More Days, Part 1 (1931) – Zonophone 6041 (UK)
The Rhythmic Eight – Eleven More Months and Ten More Days, Part 2 (1931) – Zonophone 6041 (UK)
Van Eps Trio – Notoriety Rag (Kathryn Widmer) (1914) – Victor 17601-B
Wilbur Sweatman’s Orig. Jazz Band – Ev’rybody’s Crazy ‘Bout the Blues But I’m Happy (1918) – Col. A2528
Brown and Terry Jazzola Boys – Anna in Indiana (1921) – Okeh 8014-A
Sammy Fain – Lovable and Sweet (1929) – Velvet Tone 2014-V
Edith Wilson – I’ll Get Even With You (1930) – Victor V-38624-A
George Olsen and his Music – Let’s Make Up (1926) – Victor 20060-B
Sweet Violet Boys – Hinky Dinky Parley Vous, Part 1 (1936) – Vocalion 03281
Tampa Red and Georgia Tom – It’s Tight Like That, No. 2 (1929) – Vocalion 1244
Five Harmaniacs – Coney Island Washboard (1926) – Victor 20293-B
Jesse Crawford – Dancing Tambourine (1928) – Victor 21171-B
Louisiana Sugar Babes – Thou Swell (1928) – Victor 21346-B
Milt Herth, Willie “The Lion” Smith, O’Neil Spencer – That’s A-Plenty (1937) – Decca 1553-B
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orch. – I’ve Got You Under My Skin (1936) – Bluebird B-6592-B
Ozzie Nelson and his Orch. – Swamp Fire (1937) – Perfect 7-07-08
International Novelty Orch. – Show Me The Way To Go Home (1925) – Victor 19809-A

2 comments:

byron said...

Welcome Back Andy,
I missed the show, hopefully I could catch the cruncy n pristine on Live 365.
Thank You,
Byron

Nick said...

Sweet Violet Boys, followed by "It's Tight Like That".....

Andy, as Joe Penner used to say, "You NASTY Man!!!"

Great show....