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  • 00:26

    Kenneth Wayne, Abe Lyman, Art Mooney Wednesday night wonders

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

    Kenneth Wayne, Abe Lyman, Art Mooney Wednesday night wonders

    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com

    Kenneth Wayne & His Orchestra ‎– The Poor People Of Paris

    Label: Broadway Records ‎– 326

    A: The Poor People of Paris

    B1: Rock Right

    B2: Ceci Julian

     Broadway Records

    Profile: US label from Los Angeles.

    Brunswick Records 2912 1925

    A: Sing a Song

    Charlie Chaplin Guest Conductor for both sides 

    Vocal Chorus by Charles Kaley

    Abe Lyman (1897 - 1957) was a popular bandleader from the 1920s to the 1940s. After the band cut their first record under the local label Nordskog Records, they moved a year later to Brunswick Records in summer of 1923. There they made many recordings and were one of Brunswick's leading orchestras straight through 1935, when Lyman signed to Decca.

    B: With you in Bombay Recording Date 1925  

    MGM Records

    10748 A:  You forgot about me


    Vocals Allan Brooks & the Four Clovers

    RKO Movie “Let’s make Music “

    Art Mooney (1911–1993,) was an American popular bandleader. His biggest hits were "I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover" and "Baby Face" in 1948 and "Nuttin' For Christmas," with Barry Gordon, in 1955

    MGM 10748 B

    Little Jug 

    Art Mooney & Orchestra

    By Fuentes-Stanton-Macneil

    Vocals Johnny Martin


  • 00:16

    Monday Night Gospel because I needed to

    in Christianity

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Monday Night Gospel because I needed to


    Lyric Quartet (1) The Lord’s Prayer (2) Gloria Patria

    Trinity Choir Safe in the arms of Jesus

    Homer Rodeheaver Forgive me Lord

    The Old Rugged Cross


    Podcast link  



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    16877 Victor records

    A: Lyric quartet Lord’s Prayer / Gloria Patria 5/2/1911

    B: Trinity choir Safe in the arms of Jesus



    A: Forgive me Lord

    Homer Rodeheaver 11/5/1925

    Composers A.H. Ackley, B.D. Ackley

    B: The old Rugged Cross 11/9/1925

    Composer George Bennard

    Mrs. William Asher & Homer Rodeheaver

    Virginia Asher


    Homer Alvan Rodeheaver (October 4, 1880 – December 18, 1955) was an American evangelist, music director, music publisher, composer of gospel songs, and pioneer in the recording of sacred music.


    At the evangelistic services, Virginia Asher often sang duets with music director Homer Rodeheaver, and their early recordings popularized such gospel songs as “The Old Rugged Cross” and “In the Garden".

  • 02:03

    Episode 1911 - Wash Me and I shall be Clean - Winston Folkes

    in Spirituality

    Episode 1911 - Wash Me and I shall be Clean
    Pastor Winston Folkes 
    Recorded LIVE 11-7-2014 on Omega Man Radio

    Pastor Winston and Brenda Folkes 
    Feed My Lambs Ministries
    Email: fmlministries@btinternet.com 
    Email: bcfolkes@btinternet.com

    Shannon Ray Davis is The Omega Man
    The Official Website of Omega Man Radio is: omegamanradio.com
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    Casting out devils, Exorcism, Exorcist, Deliverance from demons in Jesus Christ Name is what omega man radio is all about.

    Tune in live Mon-Fri Nightly at 7pm Eastern at: mixlr.com/omegamanradio

    Dial 1-917-889-2745 if you need an exorcism or deliverance from demons - in Jesus Christ Mighty Name.

    You can support Omega Man Radio and keep it on the air by donating any amount online at omegamanradio.com

    "Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you." LUKE 10:19

  • 00:14

    Saturday Morning with Stan Kenton

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

    Saturday Morning with Stan Kenton

     June Christy ‎–Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'

    Artistry Jumps

    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com

    Stan Kenton & His Orchestra, June Christy ‎–Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'

    Capitol Records ‎– 229 October -45

    A:  Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'

    Solo Vocal – June Christy

    Ellington - Strayhorn - Gaines

    June Christy (November 20, 1925 – June 21, 1990), born Shirley Luster, was an American singer, known for her work in the cool jazz genre and for her silky smooth vocals. Her success as a singer began with The Stan Kenton Orchestra.

    In 1945, she auditioned and was chosen for the role as a vocalist. During this time, she changed her name once again, becoming June Christy.

    Her voice produced successful hits such as "Shoo Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy," the million-selling "Tampico" in 1945, and "How High the Moon". "Tampico" was Kenton's biggest-selling record. When the Kenton Band temporarily disbanded in 1948,

    B: Artistry Jumps

    Piano – Kenton Tenor Saxophone – Vido Musso

    Released 10-30-45

    Stanley Newcomb "Stan" Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was a pianist, composer, and arranger who led an innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra

  • Vitamania !-Cathrine Price with Scott Cluthe on Positively Incorrect Radio

    in Women

    FREE Audio Book of Your Chice HERE 

    Join Scott Cluthe on FACEBOOK HERE 

    Scott Cluthe hosts' Catherine Price and her startling new book on the rampant problems with the vitamin & supplement industries live. 

    LIVE@ 8 PM EST-7 CST-6 MST-5 PST Call in:347-308-8478

    The fascinating story of America’s love of vitamins—and how it affects our health

    Should I take a multivitamin? Does vitamin C really prevent colds? Can I get enough vitamin D from the sun? Are dietary supplements safe? How much of each vitamin do I need?

    There’s no question that Americans are fascinated by vitamins and nutrition – we think that vitamins are always good for us, and that the more we can get, the better. But how much about vitamins do we really know? And how might the answer to that question affect the way we eat?

    When it comes to vitamins, it turns out that the experts themselves are surprisingly short on answers. Yes, we need the thirteen dietary chemicals known as vitamins; without them, we would die. Yet despite a century of scientific research (the word “vitamin” was coined only in 1911), there is little agreement around even the simplest of questions, whether it’s exactly how much of each vitamin we each require or what these chemicals actually do.

  • 01:00

    Classic Chrome with "Slow Joe" Gardella

    in Automotive

    Special Guests: Joe Gardella, two-time Motorcycle Cannonball rider, vintage motorcycle enthusiast and collector


    Old motorcycle fans who are active in the vintage bike world may not know this week’s guest personally, but “Slow Joe” Gardella’s list of accomplishments with old motorcycles is very long and very well known.  Hailing from Michigan, Joe is a long time lover of antique machines and is a very skilled craftsman when it comes to restoring and repairing them. While his collection of old motorcycles consists of varied years, Joe is well known for his love affair with pre-1920 Harley Davidson Motorcycles. In 2010, Gardella rode his 1914 Harley twin from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina to Santa Monica, California, placing 12th overall in the first rendition of the Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run. He reprised his entry in 2012 by riding the same machine from Newburgh, New York to San Francisco, California, and took 2nd place overall in the second coast-to-coast race. Joe and his early machines can also be found on the track too; Gardella has entered and on several occasions won the famous “Race of the Century” held every year on the famous Barber Motorsports Race Track during the annual Vintage Festival in October. Joe has entered and ridden incredible pieces of motorcycle history such as a 1907 Curtiss, 1909 Harley single, 1911 Harley Belt Drive, and 1912 Harley twin.

  • 00:15

    Vaughn Monroe

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn

    Vaughn Monroe  

    Dinah Shore and the Brazilians “The Matador”

    Vaughn Monroe “From the Coast of Maine to the Rockies”

    Fishin' for the moon,

    Are these really mine?

    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    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

    All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US

    Vaughn Monroe “From the Coast of Maine to the Rockies”

    B Side Victor Black label 27950 released 1942

    Vaughn Monroe Fishin' for the Moon, Are these really mine?

    Victor Records 20-1736 1945

    A: Fishin' for the moon

    Composers Seiler, Marcus, Wood

    Both sets Vocals by Vaughn Monroe and the Norton Sisters

    B: Are these really mine?

    Composers Skylar, Cook, Saxon

    Vaughn Wilton Monroe (October 7, 1911 – May 21, 1973) was an American baritone singer, trumpeter and big band leader and actor, most popular in the 1940s and 1950s. He has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; for recording and radio.

  • 00:45

    Renovation Report: Spring Lake (NJ) Golf Club

    in Golf

    In this episode of the Renovation Report, host Dave Wilber talks with Josh Reiger, gc superintendent at Spring Lake Golf Club and Tripp Davis of Tripp Davis & Associates (golf course architect) about the recently completed second phase of the renovation at SLGC, located one mile from the Atlantic Ocean in Spring Lake Heights, NJ.

    Spring Lake is a 1911 George Thomas design that was updated by A. W. Tillinghast in 1917. Spring Lake was the last course that George Thomas designed on the East Coast and his only course in New Jersey. 

    For a complete history of the club, visit here.

    Watch a month of construction of the 14th green complex at Spring Lake in this time-lapse video.

  • 00:18

    Bing Crosby , Al Jolson and Ben Bernie

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

    Bing Crosby & Al Jolson ‎ Alexander's Ragtime Band

    The Spaniard that blighted my life

    Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra ‎ Yes Sir! That's My Baby


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    Bing Crosby & Al Jolson ‎– Alexander's Ragtime Band

    Decca Specialty Series 40038

    A: Alexander's Ragtime Band

    Written By Irving Berlin

    Bing Crosby recorded another duet version, and hit the top-20 in 1947 with Al Jolson.

    "Alexander's Ragtime Band" is a song by Irving Berlin. It was his first major hit in 1911

    B: The Spaniard That Blighted My Life

    Written By Billy Merson

    Orchestrated By Morris Stoloff

    The Jolson Story is a 1946 Technicolor musical biography which purports to tell the life story of singer Al Jolson. 

    Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra Yes Sir! That's My Baby / Collegiate

    Vocalion   15080

    The Brunswick Balke Collender Company

    Recorded August 10, 1925, New York, NY.

    A: Yes Sir! That's My Baby

    Composed By Donaldson Lyrics by Kahn

    B: Collegiate

    Written By Jaffe, Bonx

     Ben Bernie (1891 – 1943), was an American jazz violinist and radio personality, introduced as The Old Maestro.

  • 00:32

    Teresa Syms Speaks Out On Intergenerational Lies

    in Spirituality

    Join us for a revealing conversation about intergenerational lies and how they can effect families and lives in destructive ways.

    Teresa Syms is an aspiring author who has decided to go on a life-altering journey of unravelling Multigenerational Lies and the Effect They Have on Personal Identity.

    Teresa has embarked on this journey in order to heal the past and present and to step into a vibrant, healthy and living future.

    One of Teresa’s goals in talking about Multigenerational Lies is to help others who may be suffering from the same devastating situation and to help them break free from the lies, secrets and embarrassment involved.  The second is to help create closure for all those who feel the pain of these lies and secrets.

    Teresa is presently writing a book on how the multigenerational lies began in her own family.

    The novel is about the struggles of her female ancestors and the way they dealt with a “secret” in 1911 Europe.  It follows through each generation; the challenges they dealt with in order to keep secrets hidden and their treatment in our society to present day.

  • 01:26

    The 12 Devils Graveyards Worldwide- Vile Vortices -Paranormal Strange Activity

    in Spirituality

    Join us for a conversation with experts on the Vile Vortices, including SA McNally and James Moses.

    You’re probably familiar with the Bermuda Triangle, but did you know it has eleven siblings?

    According to cryptozoologist and paranormal expert Ivan Sanderson (1911-1973), there are twelve spots on the globe that are areas where ships, planes or people go missing for unexplained reasons.  He called these navigational hazards the Vile Vortices.

    Sanderson’s “Bermuda Triangle” is more of a trapezoid, but it’s still the best known spot for mysterious ship and plane disappearances.  Oddly enough, despite its reputation, there are only a handful of actual known disappearances in the triangle.  The most well known is Flight 19, a military training flight.  Fourteen airmen vanished, and the search squadron sent to look for them also vanished, claiming an additional thirteen airmen.  Flight 19 is well known in part because it was featured prominently in Stephen Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

    Although the Bermuda Triangle is better known in the Western world, the Devil’s Sea (also called the Taiwan Triangle) south of Japan is also a source of missing ships and planes, and appears on Sanderson’s map (upper left corner, difficult to make out).  The Devil’s Sea has long been known to Asian sailors, and according to some reports, shortly after World War II the Japanese fleet lost several ships in the area prompting the government to declare the region unsafe for travel.