Thursday, September 09, 2010

"Changes? You Said It!" September 10, 2010

(Week 224)

It's been a summer of changes for RADIOLA! and its host--and they're all changes for the better.

RADIOLA! streams continuously on my Live365 station.

The Boswell Sisters - There'll Be Some Changes Made (1932) - Columbia 36521
The High Hatters (Frank Luther v) - You Said It (1931) - Victor 22607 A
Willard Robison w/Ipana Troubadours - Wake Up! Chill'un, Wake Up! (1929) - from Columbia 1779-D
George Olsen and his Music - Save Your Sorrow for Tomorrow (1925) - Victor 19715 A
Jean Goldkette and his Orch - In My Merry Oldsmobile (waltz) (1927) - Victor Special Record
Ipana Troubadours - Paddlin' Madelin' Home (1925) - Columbia 503 D
Vel Veteran (Irving Kaufman) - There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder (1928) - Grey Gull 2437
Aileen Stanley and Billy Murray (Frank Banta p) - If I Had A Girl Like You (1925) - Victor 19795 B
Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orch (Ed Smalle Johnny Marvin v) - There's Everything Nice About You (1927) - Victor 20603 A
Harold Rodman (Scrappy Lambert) - The Beggar (1927) - Diva 2524 G
Sophie Tucker (w Rega Orch) - You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night (1923) - Okeh 4817 B
Ted Lewis and his Band - St Louis Blues (1922) - Columbia A3790
The Melody Sheiks (Lanin) - Behind The Clouds (1926) - Okeh 40560 A
University Six (Arthur Fields v) - Under The Clover Moon (1927) - Diva 2570 G
Te Roy Williams and his Orch - Oh Malinda (1927) - Diva 2439 G
Dan Levinson and his Swing Wing (Molly Ryan v) - A Brown Bird Singing (2008) - “At The Codfish Ball” Loupgarous LG-1004
Bear Cat Jass Band - Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble (2010) - recorded Cazenovia March 21, 2010
Esther Walker - Whatcha Gonna Do When There Ain't No Jazz? (1920) - Victor 18680 B
Jim Europe's Singing Serenaders - Ev'rybody Dat Talks 'Bout Heaven Ain't Goin' There (1919) - Pathe Actuelle 020871 B
Victor Military Band - Argentine Tango (1913) - Victor 17276 B
Ipana Troubadours (Billy Jones v) - Say Who Is That Baby Doll? (1925) - Columbia 503 D
Coon Sanders Original Nighthawk Orch (C. A. Coon v) - Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1925) - Victor 19745 A
Don Bestor and his Orch (Cloyd Griswold v) - Say Mister Have You Met Rosie's Sister? (1926) - Victor 19988 B
Te Roy Williams and his Orch - Lindbergh Hop (1927) - Diva 2439 G
Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orch - She's No Trouble (1928) - Victor 24893 B
Cab Calloway and his Orch - Nobody's Sweetheart (1931) - Brunswick 80018 B (Canada)
Bob Howard and his Orch - I Used To Love You (1938) - Decca 2056 B
The Atilla (w Gerald Clark and his Caribbean Serenaders) - Abdication (1937) - Decca 17297 B
Mary Martin (w Eddy Duchin's Orch) - Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love (1938) - Brunswick 8282
Henri Gendron's Ambassadors - With The Help Of The Moon (1931) - Columbia 2455 D
Jean Goldkette and his Orch - In My Merry Oldsmobile (fox trot) (1927) - Victor Special Record
Herbert Berger's Coronado Hotel Orch (Paul Small v) - Good Night (1925) - Victor 19898 B


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great Scrappy Lambert recording. :) I love the vocal recordings you feature as they give you a chance to hear the verse of the song. Is the flip side to that record "My Blue Heaven"? I would love to hear Scrappy's vocal rendition of that. Thanks again for featuring so many pop recordings from that era. It nice to hear the actually pop music from that era, besides the more commonly heard jazz recordings.

Andy said...

Thanks! I try to present a good variety of music to keep the show fresh. And before I even read your kind comment, I included Scrappy's "My Blue Heaven" in this week's program!