Friday, March 27, 2015

"Toward the Light" March 27, 2015

(Week 423)

This RADIOLA! is brightening its inner contrast.

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Singin' Sam - Ukulele Lady (1939) - Refreshment Time B 704 (World Tx)
Artie Shaw and his Orch - Back Bay Shuffle (1938) - Victor 27547 B
Willard Robison w/Ipana Troubadours - Wake Up! Chill'un, Wake Up! (1929) - from Columbia 1779 D
Waring's Pennsylvanians - Does My Sweetie Do—And How (1925) - Victor 19655 A
Ted Weems and his Orch (Parker Gibbs v) - Everybody Loves My Girl (1927) - Victor 21173 B
Duke Ellington and his Orch - The Mooche (1928) - Brunswick 80002 B (orig 4122)
Miss Annette Hanshaw - Falling In Love With You (1926) - Perfect 12290 B
Frank Crumit (Frank Banta p) - Get Away Old Man, Get Away (1926) - Victor 20137 B
Harper and Turner - Why Not Tonight? (1928) - Supertone 9391 A
Paul Whiteman and his Orch - Say It With Music (1921) - Victor 18803 B
Bennie Krueger's Orch - Susquehanna Home (1924) - Brunswick 2682 B
Ray Miller and his Orch - Two Blue Eyes (1924) - Brunswick 2573 A
Kaufman Bros - Henry and Hank in Vaudeville (intro My Hawaiian Sunshine) (1917) - Edison 50996 R
Toots Paka Hawaiian Troupe - Halona (Beautiful Mountain) (1914) - Victor 67418 B
Lambert Murphy - Rose-Marie (1924) - Victor 45456 B
Molly Ryan - Where the Morning Glories Grow (2012) - Swing For Your Supper! (LG 1005)
Charles Kellogg (The Nature Singer) - Humoresque (Dvorak) (1915) - Victor 45061 A
Billy Murray - How Are You Goin' to Wet Your Whistle? (1919) - Victor 18537 B
The Collegians - I Cried For You (1923) - Victor 19093 B
Coon-Sanders Orch (JLS v) - Here Comes My Ball and Chain (1928) - Victor 21812 B
Frank Auburn and his Orch (Arthur Schutt) (Irving Kaufman v) - Lo-Lo (1930) - Velvet Tone 2182 V
Duke Ellington and his Orch - Wall Street Wail (1929) - Brunswick 80003 B (orig 4887)
Sam Lanin and his Orch (Scrappy Lambert v) - Walkin' My Baby Back Home (1931) - Regal 10272 (Healey col)
Bee Sharp and Orch (Dick Robertson v) - Easter Parade (1933) - Bluebird B 5219 A
Roy Fox and his Band (Sam Browne v) - My Hat's on the Side of My Head (1933) - Brunswick 6955
Riley Puckett - In a Little Gypsy Tea Room (1936) - Montgomery Ward M 4760 B
Gene Austin (w Victor Young's Orch) - If I Had My Way (1936) - Decca 926 A
Lionel Hampton and his Orch - I Surrender, Dear (1937) - Victor 25666 A
Pancho and his Orch - Tango Delle Rose (1938) - Decca 1982 B
Benny Goodman and his Orch (p arr Fletcher Henderson) (Louise Tobin v) - I Didn't Know What Time It Was (1939) - Columbia 35230
Singin' Sam - Stairway to the Stars (1939) - Refreshment Time B 704 (World Tx)

2 comments:

Dwight Dutton said...

It was interesting to hear what Riley Puckett sounds like on a good recording. I have one I inherited called "Just as the sun went down" which is almost worn out but I loved playing it anyway. The surface noise was so bad I could barely hear the voice.

Andy said...

I was glad to find this one (and a few other Montgomery Ward country sides) in excellent condition recently. I have another copy of the Riley Puckett record somewhere but this one is shiny.