A weekly program hosted by Andy Senior featuring great music from 1900 through 1940 and streaming on the internet at radiola365.com.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
NO RADIOLA! THIS FRIDAY
Thursday, May 21, 2009
"BG 100" May 22, 2009
This RADIOLA! offers a tribute to Benny Goodman in honor of the 100th anniversary of his birth.
This program begins Friday at 8 PM Eastern on WHCL (with direct streaming here), but tune in one hour early for a special commemoration of the 101st birthday anniversary of the great Mel Blanc, featuring two notable radio appearances. RADIOLA! will be uploaded to my Live365 station shortly after broadcast.
Carl Fenton and his Orchestra - What A Day! (1929) - Timeless CBC 1-088
Louisiana Rhythm Kings - I'm Walking Through Clover (1929) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8024
Benny Goodman and his Orch - Let's Dance (1939) - Columbia 36624
Ben Pollack and his Californians - When I First Met Mary (1926) - Victor 20394-B
Ben Pollack and his Orch - Memphis Blues (1927) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8015
Jimmy McHugh’s Bostonians – Whoopee Stomp (1928) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8015
Annette Hanshaw - I Wanna Be Loved By You (1928) - Sensation 769 748 022-2
Ethel Waters - You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (1930) - Classics 721
Ted Lewis and his Band - Egyptian Ella (1931) - ASV Living Era CD AJA 5273
Bennie Goodman's Boys - Jungle Blues (1928) - Timeless CBC 1-088
Benny Goodman - Clarinetitis (1928) - Timeless CBC 1-088
Ten Freshmen - Bag O’ Blues (1929) - Biograph LP “Benny Goodman: The Great Soloists”
Ipana Troubadours - Do You? That's All I Want to Know (1928) - Rivermont BSW-1143
The Charleston Chasers (PS) - Walkin' My Baby Back Home (1931) - ASV Living Era CD AJA 5316
Herb Gordon and his Hotel Ten Eyck Whispering Orch - Jericho (1929) - Timeless CBC 1-088
Red Norvo - Dance of the Octopus (1933) - Portrait Masters PK 44118 (Columbia)
The Westernaires - Lazy Day (ca. 1932) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8047 (“A Gift From the President”)
Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang & Their All-Star Orch - Someday Sweetheart (1931) - Decca GRD 609
Louisiana Rhythm Kings - Ballin' the Jack (1929) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8024
Albert Mason’s Orch (Sam Lanin) (SL) - Seems To Me (1930) - Jazz Oracle BDW 8053
Steve Washington and his Orch - Sing a Little Low-Down Tune (1933) - orig Vocalion 2598
Irving Mills & His Hotsy Totsy Gang - Loved One [2nd take] (1930) - Decca GRD 609
Hoagy Carmichael and his Orch - Barnacle Bill the Sailor (1930) - Living Era CD AJA 5599
Adrian Rollini's Orch - Savage Serenade (1933) - ASV Living Era CD AJA 5424
Bill Dodge and his All-Stars (Red McKenzie, v) - Dinah (1934) - Circle CLP 111
Benny Goodman and his Orch - Cokey (1934) - Timeless CBC 1-065
Teddy Wilson and his Orch (BH) - Why Was I Born? (1937) - orig. Brunswick 7859
Benny Goodman Quartet - Moonglow (1936) - orig. Victor 25398
Rhythm Makers Orch - Yes! We Have No Bananas (1935) - Jasmine JASCD 409
Benny Goodman Sextet - Memories Of You (1939) - Columbia CK 45144
Benny Goodman and his Orch - Down South Camp Meeting (1936) - "Sing Sing Sing" RCA CD
Mel Powell and his Orch - The World is Waiting for the Sunrise (1942) - Commodore 544
Benny Goodman and his Orch - Goodbye (1935) - Victor 25215
Friday, May 15, 2009
"Lucky Dip" May 15, 2009
This RADIOLA! is another foray into the shellac pile for some lucky (and Luckey) finds.
Tune in tonight at 8 PM Eastern to WHCL (with direct stream link here). This show will be uploaded to my Live365 station this weekend (if my luck holds).
Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees - On the Air (1933) - Bluebird 7467 A
Leo Reisman and his Orch (Lew Conrad, v) - Ain't Misbehavin' (1929) - Victor 22047 B
Ipana Troubadours (Willard Robison, v) - Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! - (1929) Columbia 1779-D
Jean Goldkette and his Orch - “Gimme” a Little Kiss Will “Ya” Huh? (1926) - Victor 20031 A
Ted Lewis and his Band - Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me (1926) - Columbia 770 D
Art Landry and his Orch - Camel Walk (1925) - Victor 19858 A
Eddie Hunter - Complainin' (Alex Rogers-C. Luckeyth Roberts) (1923) - Victor 19154 A
Marion Harris - Left All Alone Again Blues (1920) - Columbia A 2939
Al Jolson (w Gene Rodemich’s Orch) - My Papa Doesn't Two-Time No Time (1924) - Brunswick 2595 B
Leo Reisman and his Orch (Lew Conrad, v) - Moanin' Low (1929) - Victor 22047 A
Ben Selvin and his Orch (Smith Ballew, v) - The Woman in the Shoe (1929) - Columbia 2014 D
Hoagy Carmichael and his Orch - Rockin' Chair (1930) - Victor 25494 A
Milton Brown and his Brownies - St Louis Blues (1935) - Decca 5070 A
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm (Mary Jane Walsh, v) - Us On a Bus (1936) - Bluebird 6418 B
Clyde McCoy and his Orch (Rosalind Marquis, v) - There'll Be Some Changes Made (1935) - Decca 461 A
Eddie Hunter with C. Luckeyth Roberts, piano - Hard Times (1923) - Victor 19359 A
Eddie Hunter with C. Luckeyth Roberts, piano - Mamie (1923) - Victor 19359 B
Eddie Hunter and Alex Rogers (C. Luckeyth Roberts, piano) - I’m Done (1923) - Victor 19247 B
Europe's Society Orch - You're Here and I'm Here (Jerome Kern-Harry B. Smith) (1914) - Victor 17553 B
Fletcher Henderson - Gouge of Armour Avenue (1924) - Vocalion A 14859
Jerome Conrad and his Orch (Irving Kaufman, v) - Wedding Bells (1929) - Diva 2844 G
Al Jolson (with Gene Rodemich’s Orch) - Lazy (1924) - Brunswick 2595 A
Roger Wolfe Kahn and his Orch (Elliott Shaw, v) - Yearning (1925) - Victor 19616 A
Paul Whiteman - If I Can't Get the Sweetie I Want (1923) - Victor 19139 B
Marion Harris - Everybody But Me (1920) - Columbia A 2939
Six Black Diamonds (Joseph Samuels) - Farewell Blues (1923) - Regal 9458 A
Europe's Society Orch - Castle Walk (1914) - Victor 17553 A
Leo Reisman and his Orch (Lew Conrad, v) - Can't We Be Friends? (1929) - Victor 22070-B
Dorsey Bros Orch (Kay Weber, v) - The Gentleman Obviously Doesn't Believe (1935) - Decca 561 A
Milton Brown and his Brownies - A Good Man is Hard to Find (1935) - Decca 5070 B
Fred Astaire (w Johnny Green Orch) - Pick Yourself Up (“Swingtime”) (1937) - Brunswick 7717
Fats Waller and his Rhythm - Clarinet Marmalade (1941) - Bluebird 11469 B
Guy Lombardo and his R.C.’ns (Carmen Lombardo, v) - Stay as Sweet as You Are (1934) - Decca 274 B
Saturday, May 09, 2009
JAZZ RECORD COLLECTORS' BASH SOON!
35th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash
June 19th - 20th, 2009
78s, LPs, CDs & memorabilia.
120 Wood Avenue South
Iselin, NJ 08830
Admission & Vendors
General admission: $20.00 covers buyer’s admission for two days (Friday & Saturday). Saturday only admission is $10.00. Early buyers will be admitted Thursday evening after 7:30 pm for $40.00.
Doors open 8:00 am on Friday & Saturday.
Vendor space: All tables are 6 ft x 3 ft. Cost in advance is $70.00 per table for 2 days or $40 for one day, 50% deposit required. On or after June 18th, cost will be $80.00 per table (2 days) on a space available basis.
Dealer Setup: Dealers may set up on Thursday night after 7:30 pm. The room will not be available prior to that hour.
Rare vintage videos each evening after 8:00 pm: Admission free with Bash admission or $5 each night for film show only.
Friday: Jazz collector and film historian David Weiner will present two hours of rare film and TV clips featuring jazz solos by Eddie Lang, Louis Armstrong, Eubie Blake, John Coltrane, Pee Wee Russell, Sonny Stitt, Johnny Hodges, Willie “The Lion” Smith, Eddie Miller, Joe Venuti, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie; the orchestras & combos of Count Basie, Eddie Condon, Duke Ellington, Jack Hylton, Ray Noble, Johnny Green; and vocalists Ethel Waters, Nick Lucas, Ruth Etting, the Brox Sisters, Ella Fitzgerald, Kate Smith, Joe Williams, Gertrude Niesen, Helen Ward, Bing Crosby.
Also, after the films, rare record playoffs / challenges hosted by Henry Schmidt.
Saturday: Ron Hutchinson, co-founder of The Vitaphone Project, will present a largely previously unseen collection of early sound jazz and vaudeville short subjects.
For directions and hotel information, click here.
Thursday, May 07, 2009
"Where's the Crunch?" May 8, 2009
For this RADIOLA! I've used mainly selections in which the "shellac sizzle" has been greatly reduced. Because I tend to be skeptical about the miracles of modern technology (and modern everything else), I've endeavored to exercise a light touch in my restorations.
Tune in Friday at 8 PM Eastern to WHCL (with direct stream here) and you'll wonder where the noise went. This show will be uploaded to my Live365 station shortly thereafter.
(Many thanks to George, Luigi, Rich, Randy, Chris, and The Codger for technical advice, suggestions, moral support, and contributions of recordings for this program.)
Roger Wolfe Kahn and his Orch - Hot-Hot-Hottentot (1925) - Victor 19616-B
(Emerson) Military Band - Hindustan (1918) - Symphonola 467
Ipana Troubadours (Willard Robison, v) - Wake Up! Chill’un, Wake Up! - (1929) Columbia 1779-D
Edison Bell Band - Who’s That Knocking at My Door (1927) - Toast of New York
Billy Cotton and his Band - Huggable Kissable You (1929) – Toast of New York
Art Landry and his Orch - Hugs and Kisses (1926) - Victor 20285-B
J. Harold Murray and Victor Light Opera Co - Gems from “Rio Rita” (1927) - Victor 35816-A
Robert Gwenn - Living in the Sunlight Loving in the Moonlight (1930) - Imperial (UK) 2345
Isham Jones’ Orch - Marcheta (1923) - Brunswick 2439-B
The Virginians - Lonesome Mama Blues (1922) - Victor 18895-A
The Cotton Pickers - Great White Way Blues (1922) - Brunswick 2380-B
Reinald Werrenrath - On the Road to Mandalay (1922) - Victrola 6360-A
Arthur Fields - Singapore (1918) - Victor 18529-B
Milt Coleman - Around the Corner (1930) - Velvet Tone 2185-V
Wilmoth Houdini and his Bamboo Orch - Resisting Temptation (1940) – Bluebird 10619
Lord Kitchener – Saxophone No.2 (1954) - “London is the Place For Me” (orig. Melodisc 1271)
Josef Hoffman – Prelude in C Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff) (1919) - Col A 6125
Felix Arndt – Desecration Rag (1914) - Victor 17608
Pietro Deiro - Russan Rag (1921) - Victor 18743-A
Chick Bullock - You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me (1930) - Imperial (UK) 2345
Savoy Havana Band - Masculine Women-Feminine Men (1926) - Songs the Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us
Billy Cotton and his Band (Sam Browne, v) - Skirts (1933) - Songs the Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us
Sam Moore and Horace Davis - Old Black Joe (1922) - Vocalion A 14430
Cotton Pickers - He May Be Your Man But He Comes to See Me Sometimes (1922) - Brunswick 2380 A
(Emerson) Military Band - Chinese Jazz (1918) - Symphonola 467
George Olsen and his Music (Fran Frey, v) - Big City Blues (1929) - Victor 21961-B
Art Landry and his Orch - Everybody Stomp (1925) - Victor 19858 B
Gus C. Edwards and his Orch - Alabama Stomp (1926) - Victor 20230-B
Gorni Kramer and his Orch - Crapa Pelada (1936) - Jazz In Italy In The 30s (Riviera RJR CD 002)
Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette - Blue Skies (1939) - Decca 2698 A
Paul Robeson (Lawrence Brown, piano) - Steal Away (1925) - Victor 19742 B