Saturday, September 25, 2010

"Listening Out" September 24, 2010

(Week 226)

This RADIOLA! admits its growing disenchantment with radio, per se. On a more positive note, we celebrate Bryan Wright's recordings of Bix Beiderbecke's piano solos on brand new 78 RPM discs.

As always, RADIOLA! streams continuously on my Live365 station.

Joe Hayman - Cohen Listens In On The Radio (1922) - Columbia A 3832
Red Nichols and his Five Pennies (Scrappy Lambert v) - Can't Yo' Heah Me Callin' Caroline (1928) - Brunswick 20062 B
Willard Robison w/Ipana Troubadours - Wake Up! Chill'un, Wake Up! (1929) - from Columbia 1779-D
Ray Miller and his Orch (Harry Maxfield v) - Anything You Say (1928) - Brunswick 4077
Levee Loungers (W Robison) (Charles Barnes v) - Get Out And Get Under The Moon (1928) - Perfect 14979
Fletcher Henderson and his Orch - King Porter Stomp (1928) - Columbia 1543 D
Charles Dickson (Irving Kaufman) - Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1929) - Jewel 5297 A
Jack Kaufman - Bridget O'Flynn (1927) - Bell 503 A
Aileen Stanley and Johnny Marvin - Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away (1927) - Victor 20714 A
Green Brothers Novelty Band - Listening (1921) - Okeh 4374 B
Carl Fenton's Orch - I'll Build a Stairway To Paradise (1922) - Brunswick 2316 A
Perry's Hot Dogs (Arthur Fields v) - There Ain't No Flies On Auntie (1925) - Banner 1615 B
Honey Duke and his Uke (Johnny Marvin) - At Sundown (1927) - Harmony 368
Martha Pryor - Lovey Came Back (1923) - Cameo 448
The Topnotchers (Macy and Smalle) - If I Didn't Know Your Husband (1927) - Bell 503 B
Bryan Wright - In the Dark (2009) - Rivermont 591 A (78 RPM)
Bryan Wright - In a Mist (2009) - Rivermont 591 B (78 RPM)
Olly Oakley, banjo (Dave Rothe piano) - Darkey's Delight (1919) - Gennett 4557 A
Lew Dockstater - Everybody Works But Father (1905) - Columbia A 306
Edna Brown and Elliott Shaw - Ka-Lu-A (1922) - Victor 18854 B
Glenn Roberts (Scrappy Lambert) - Swanee Sue (1928) - Banner 7019 B
The Radiolites (F Baur v) - Reaching For The Moon (1926) - Columbia 646 D
Fred Rich and his Orch (Irving Kaufman v) - The Things That Were Made For Love (1929) - Regal 8760 B
Fletcher Henderson and his Orch - “D” Natural Blues (1928) - Columbia 1543 D
Will Osborne and his Orch - Inka Dinka Doo (1933) - Perfect 15867 A
Muriel Pollock and Vee Lawnhurst - Dizzy Fingers (1934) - Decca 164 A
Aileen Stanley Johnny Marvin - Side By Side (1927) - Victor 20714 B
Art Kahn's Orch (Kardos) (Dick Robertson v) - Shuffle Off To Buffalo (1933) - Perfect 15730 B
The Lion (w Gerald Clark and his Caribbean Serenaders) - Netty Netty (1937) - Decca 17297 A
The Boswell Sisters - Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (1932) - Columbia 36520
Louis Armstrong and his Orch - Kickin' The Gong Around (1932) - Columbia 2600 D
Perry's Hot Dogs (Arthur Fields v) - Show Me The Way To Go Home (1925) - Banner 1615 A


drizzz said...

Well, I hope you don't stop all together- love your show and it's one of the few places to hear the gazillions of 78's that will never make it to cd. The new Bix 78's look pretty cool to say the least.

Andy said...


I'm not stopping if I can help it. In fact, the upcoming show will be on time. There were just so many things going on in the week that I was preparing this program that it could not possibly have been done sooner.

I can't stop. There are just too many records left unplayed.

Mark Lertz said...

Thanks Andy for all your hard work and effort

Anonymous said...

Yes, thanks Andy for your weekly doze of great music, and thanks for all these duets you put this weeks' show! Harmony groups and duets are very neglected part of 1920's/early 30's music. I was wondering whether you could include Brox Sisters' version of "Pretty Cindrella' one of your shows in the future? I just love their rendition to it.