Friday, July 24, 2009

"Incommunicado" July 24, 2009

(Week 171)

This RADIOLA! asks the musical question "Why must we always communicate?"

Tune in 8 PM Eastern Friday July 24 to WHCL (with direct streaming here). I'll post the program on my Live365 station soon.

Joe Howard - Hello, My Baby/Goodbye My Lady Love (1936) Vocalion 3357
The High Hatters - Web of Love (1929) - Vic 22141 (ToNY)
Willard Robison (w/Ipana Troubadours) - Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! (1929) - Columbia 1779-D
The Record Boys (Al Bernard) - Hello! Are You There? Hello! (1926) - Harmony 154 H (ToNY)
Elida Morris and Sam Ash - Hello Frisco (1915) - Columbia A 1801
Billy Murray - Hello, Hawaii, How Are You? (1916) - Victor 19744 A (ToNY)
Bix Beiderbecke Orch - I'll Be A Friend With Pleasure (Take 3) (1930) - Bix Restored Vol 4 (Sunbeam)
Eddie Condon's Footwarmers - Makin' Friends (1928) - Timeless CBC 1-024
George Goebel - A Cowboy's Best Friend Is His Horse (1933) - Conqueror 8157
Joseph A. Phillips - My Lady of the Telephone (1915) - Edison Blue Amberol 2536 cusb-cyl0170d
Eddie Morton - You Ain't Talking To Me (1909) - You Ain’t Talkin’ To Me
Cliff Edwards - I Don't Mind Being All Alone (1926) - Complete Red Nichols (ToNY)
Guy Lombardo and his R.C.’ns - I Wanna Be In Winchell’s Column (1937) - Victor 25709-B
Fats Waller - I Hate To Talk About Myself (1935) - Fats Waller 1935 (Classics)
Alice Faye - Speaking Confidentially (1935) - Alice Faye In Hollywood (1934-1937)
Gene Austin - How I Love Her And She Loves Me Is Nobody's Business (1925) -Victor Electrics (ToNY)
Chris Bouchillon - Let It Alone (1928) - Columbia 15178 D (ToNY)
Marion Harris - Tea For Two (1924) - Brunswick 2747 (ToNY)
Coon-Sanders Nighthawks (Joe Sanders v) - Alone At Last (1925) - The Old Masters mb115
Roy Fox and his Band (Al Bowlly v) - When We're Alone (1932) - Whispering (ASV Living Era)
The Masqueraders (Gibbons) - Actions Speak Louder Than Words (1932) - Rare British LPs (ToNY)
Ozzie Nelson and his Orch - Chatterbox (1939) - Bluebird 10528
Fats Waller - You Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business (1940) - FW 1940-1943 The Last Years
Wilton Crawley and his Orch - Keep Your Business To Yourself (1929) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8020
The Hot Airmen (Reser) - Chinnin' and Chattin' With May (1930) - Columbia 2175 D (ToNY)
Lee Morse - 'Tain't No Sin (to Dance Around in Your Bones) (1930) - Jasmine JASCD 646/2
Sammy Williams Trio (Mary McHugh v) - All Alone (1938) - Vocalion 4197
Raymond Paige and his Orch - Talkin' To Myself (1934) - Victor 24703 (ToNY)
Washboard Rhythm Kings (Steve Washington v) - Hummin' to Myself (1932) - orig Victor 24065
Carter Family - No Telephone In Heaven (1929) - When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland (orig Vic 40229)
Sid Peltyn and his Orchestra (D Robertson v) - Hell's Bells (1933) - Halloween Stomp (orig Vic 24247)
Walter Huston - Lost in the Stars (1944) - Decca DU 40001

2 comments:

Nick said...

Andy -

An incredible mix......the back-to-back-to-back-to-back combination of Cliff Edwards/Guy Lombardo/Fats Waller/Alice Faye {Alice Faye???} is a stroke of near perverse genius!

Throw in Bix, the outstanding Marion Harris, and the under-rated
Lee Morse {singing a dandy novelty}...simply a compelling program...Best Of Luck!

Andy said...

Nick,

Thanks! And I like "perverse genius" (though I hope my neighbors don't find out about it and make me put a sign on my house).

Andy