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“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn

Repeat of Rando Records and Ken Griffin

This is a rebroadcast of an earlier show 03-19-2015 because a friend wanted to hear it

Ken Griffin: You Can’t Be True Dear

Cuckoo Waltz

Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade  

Ciribiribin

Doodle-EE-DO   

American Patrol

For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com

The Rondo Records Story

By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries

Ken Griffin at the Organ A: You Can’t be true dear

Rondo records R-128-A

Arrangement by Ken Griffin

Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Cuckoo Waltz

Rondo records R-128-B 

Arrangement by Ken Griffin 

Edited by Bryon Young © Robert L. Campbell and Robert Pruter    

Becomes the House that Griffin Built

Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade  

Rondo records R-129-A By Rudolph Priml  

Kenneth W. Griffin was born December 28, 1909, He taught himself to play the pipe organ in a movie theater. In 1935, he adopted the Hammond organ.

Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Ciribiribin   

Rondo records R-129-B  

  Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Doodle-EE-DO   

Rondo records R-130-A    

Griffin's singles were all in the 100 series, which kept on going through the company's Chicago period, That was when the company issued Ken Griffin's first instrumental single: You Can't Be True, Dear" and "Cuckoo Waltz" on Rondo 128.

Ken Griffin at the Organ B: American Patrol    

Rondo records R-130-B    

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