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  • 00:58

    The 1930s

    in Entertainment

    We take a look at the 1930s for Disney

  • 02:04

    FOUNDATION DOCUMENTS "Wizard of OZ"

    in Politics

    'The Wizard of Oz,' an allegory for the new state of affairs in America in the 1930s following the stock market crash and the factual bankruptcy of the United States Government immediately following.


    'The Wizard of Oz' movie is not just a movie for children, though perceived today it is, and it has become a national icon of an historical nature, replayed every year on television...just for the children.


    What is missed by most is the symbolism in the movie, in almost every character and aspects of the 'set ' and so-called 'special effects' and props back then. After reading this article and then seeing the movie again, it win never be the same to you... or your children!

  • 00:14

    Frank Sinatra ‎– Night And Day / The Lamplighter's Serenade

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


     


    Frank Sinatra ‎– Night And Day / The Lamplighter's Serenade


     


     


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    Frank Sinatra ‎– Night And Day / The Lamplighter's Serenade


     


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 20-1589


    Record Company – RCA Victor Division of Radio Corporation of America


     


    Genre: Pop


    Style: Vocal


    Year: 1944


    Conductor – Axel Stordahl


     


    A: Night & Day


    Composers– Cole Porter


    B: The Lamplighter's Serenade


    Composers– Hoagy Carmichael, Paul Francis Webster


     


    Axel Stordahl (August 8, 1913 – August 30, 1963) was an arranger who was active from the late 1930s through the 1950s. He is perhaps best known for his work with Frank Sinatra in the 1940s at Columbia Records. With his sophisticated orchestrations, Stordahl is credited with helping to bring pop arranging into the modern age

  • 00:17

    Russ Morgan And His Orchestra Does Your Heart Beat For Me? So Long

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


     


    Russ Morgan And His Orchestra  Does Your Heart Beat For Me?  So Long


     Music in the Morgan Manner


     


     


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    Russ Morgan And His Orchestra ‎– Does Your Heart Beat For Me?


    Label: Decca ‎– 25080 Star Series


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released:


     


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band


     


     


    A: Does your heart beat for me?  1/4/39


    64848


    Composers Morgan-Arnold .Johnson-Mitchell Parish


    Foxtrot Vocal Chorus by the Morgan Trio


     


     


    B: So Long 1/4/40


    67020


    Foxtrot Vocal Chorus by Russ Morgan


    Composers Morgan-Irving Meisher-Remus Harris


     


    Russ Morgan (April 29, 1904 – August 7, 1969) was a big band orchestra leader and musical arranger in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. He was one of the composers of "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You" along with Larry Stock and James Cavanaugh. Morgan was the first to record the song. 

  • 00:10

    Orrin Tucker & Orchestra Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love / It's All Over Now

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


     


    Sunday’s Musicraft Mystery Record


     


    Orrin Tucker & Orchestra Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love / It's All Over Now


     


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    Musicraft 15091-T (5619) Orrin Tucker & his Orchestra Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love vocal Orrin Tucker


    David O Selznick’s Picture “Duel in the Sun”


    Composer Wrubel


    Circa 1946


     


     


    Duel in the Sun is a 1946 Technicolor Western film directed by King Vidor, produced and written by David O. Selznick, which tells the story of a Mestiza(half-Native American) girl who goes to live with her Caucasian relatives, becoming involved in prejudice and forbidden love.


     


    Robert Orrin Tucker (17 February 1911 – 9 April 2011) was an American bandleader born in St. Louis, Missouri, whose theme song was "Drifting and Dreaming". His biggest hit was "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!" (1939), sung by vocalist "Wee" Bonnie Baker. He founded his first band while a college student at North Central College near Chicago, Illinois.


     


    Musicraft 15091-L (5617) It's All Over Now vocal by Scottee Marsh


    Composers Skylar-Marcotte


     


    Musicraft Records was a United States-based record label active in the late 1930s and 1940s.


    Musicraft's catalog encompassed many different musical styles, including classical, folk, jazz, Latin, popular vocal, and calypso.


     

  • 00:13

    Today’s Mystery Record Joan Brooks Someday Somewhere , If You Were the Only Bo

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


     


    Today’s Mystery Record


     


    Joan Brooks Someday Somewhere   , If You Were the Only Boy in the World


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    Musicraft 15019 (5206) JOAN BROOKS with Jerry Bittick & the CBS Orchestra


    A: Someday Somewhere “Billboard “September 28 1944 page 19


    Composers Segal-Miles-Brooks


     


    Page 101 New York City Jazz


    By Elizabeth Dodd Brinkofski


     


    B: Musicraft 15020 (5208) If You Were the Only Boy in the World


    Composers Grey - Ayers


    Joan Brooks and Her Radio Orchestra


     


    Musicraft Records was a United States-based record label active in the late 1930s and 1940s.


    Musicraft's catalog encompassed many different musical styles, including classical, folk, jazz, Latin, popular vocal, and calypso. 

  • 01:48

    VERTIKAL Live featuring Global I AM

    in Culture

    Spanning the 1920s to the mid-1930s, the Harlem Renaissance was was a literary, artistic, and intellectual movement that kindled a new black cultural identity. Its essence was summed up by critic and teacher Alain Locke in 1926 when he declared that through art, “Negro life is seizing its first chances for group expression and self determination.” Harlem became the center of a “spiritual coming of age” in which Locke’s “New Negro” transformed “social disillusionment to race pride.”


    Are we experiencing a similar emergence is there a new consciousness emerging, or is it a shift that always seemed part of an underground movement and is beginning to emerge with the courage to speak our truths louder...


    Join VERTIKAL and “Global I AM” (Global International Arts Movement) a new 21st Century renaissance. With Host Celeste S. Duckworth and guests Entrepreneur/Writer Patrick A. Howell, Author Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond, who wrote Powder Necklace, Writer Lesley-Ann Brown of Black girl on Mars Blog, and Entreprenuer/Writer Marvin Lee Mills II, Black Man Eyes: the Collective


     


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    Interested in Sponsoring or Advertising on VERTIKAL Live Radio or The Reading Room contact info@vertikalliveradio.com

  • 00:12

    Jesse Crawford ‎– The Prisoner's Song / After I Say I'm Sorry

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


     


    Jesse Crawford ‎– The Prisoner's Song / After I Say I'm Sorry 


    (Wurlitzer organ solo)


     


     


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    Jesse Crawford ‎– The Prisoner's Song


    Label: Victor ‎– 19980 1924-1926


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released: 1926


     Genre: Pop


    A: The Prisoner's Song (Wurlitzer organ solo)


    MX # 34568=6 2/25/1926


    Composer Guy Massey


    B: After I Say I'm Sorry (Wurlitzer organ solo)


    MX # 34571=6 2/26/1926


    Composers: Walter Donaldson, Abe Lyman


     


    Jesse Crawford


    Profile: American pianist and organist (December 2, 1895 – May 28, 1962). 

    He was well-known in the 1920s as a theater organist for silent films and was a very popular gramophone record recording artist. In the 1930s, he switched to the Hammond organ and became a freelancer. In the 1940s, he authored instruction books on organ and taught organ lessons. 

  • 01:29

    What is the Hebrew Roots Movement?

    in Religion

    What is the Hebrew Roots Movement?

    It is very important to understand the history behind the Hebrews Roots movement. The following is a quote from Wikipedia's article "Hebrew Roots."

    "Since the early 20th century, different religious organizations have been teaching a belief in Yeshua as mankind's redeemer and savior from man's own sinful nature and a lifestyle in keeping with the Torah, the Sabbath and the annual Feasts (or moedim, Holy Days). These include Messianic Judaism (to a very limited degree) in 1916, the Sacred Name Movement (SNM) in 1937, and the Worldwide Church of God (WCG) in the 1930s, and, later, the Hebrew Roots Movement. Thus far, the WCG has had the greatest impact on all organizations which teach these beliefs, including obedience to much of the Old Testament law, both nationally and internationally until about 1994-95. Within a few years after the death of its founder, Herbert W Armstrong, in 1986, the succeeding church administration modified the denomination's doctrines and teachings in order to be compatible with mainstream evangelical Christianity, while many members and ministers left and formed other churches that conformed to many, but, not all, of Armstrong's teachings.

    "Consequently, the WCG spawned numerous splinter groups, with most of these new churches adopting names bearing the term "Church of God" (COG) and retaining the belief system developed by Armstrong.  In contrast, Hebrew Roots (or sometimes, Hebraic Roots) is a grassroots movement without an ecclesiastical superstructure and it does not adhere to the COG belief system, nor does it adhere to Messianic Judaism, or to the SNM, although there are commonalities."


    Herbert taught, and many Hebrew Roots teachers teach, that all of Mankind should keep the Shabbat and the Holy Days of Yah.

  • 00:17

    Buffalo Bills Barbershop quartet side 1

    in Music

    Forgotten Music on 33 1/3 records   Techstoryteller


    Buffalo Bills Barbershop quartet


     


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    Decca Records


     


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    The Buffalo Bills: Barbershop Favorites


    Decca records MG3392 take 1 [DL5494]


    33 1/3   side 1 circa 1950?


     


    (1) I’m always chasing Rainbows  


    Harry Carroll- Joseph McCarthy


    (2) Forgive Me  


    Milton Ager- Jack Yellen


    (3) It’s a sin to tell a lie


    Billy Mayhew


    (4) Gypsy Love Song  


    Victor Herbert Harry B Smith


    Slumber on My Little Gypsy Sweetheart


    arbershop vocal harmony, as codified during the barbershop revival era (1930s–present), is a style of a cappella close harmony, or un accompanied vocal music, characterized by consonant four-part chords for every melody note in a predominantly homophonic texture. Each of the four parts has its own role: generally, the lead sings the melody, the tenor harmonizes above the melody, the bass sings the lowest harmonizing notes, and the baritone completes the chord, usually below the lead. 


     

  • 01:57

    Military Monday with Host John D. Gresham and USNI Press Author Robert Harder

    in History

    World War II was very much a "coming out" for the men and missions of today's U.S. Air Force (USAF). Led by legendary airpower pioneers like Hap Arnold, Curtis LeMay and Jimmy Dolittle, the Army Air Force (AAF) of the 1940s grew by leaps and bounds in the 1940s, into the most destructive fighting force in history. But the majority of the fighting and dying was done by a young AAF officers who came of age in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Three of the most outstanding of these young officers were Paul Tibbets, "Dutch" Van Kirk, and Thomas Ferebee, who flew on the very first strategic bombing mission into France in 1942, and were part of the crew of the B-29 Superfortress "Enola Gay" which dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima in August 1945. The story of these three amazing young man is both compelling and historic, and worthy of a good book.


    To learn more about the men known as "the Three Musketeers of the AAF", tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EST. Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) author Robert Harder to discuss his new book, THE THREE MUSKETEERS OF THE ARMY AIR FORCES. THE THREE MUSKETEERS OF THE ARMY AIR FORCES is a story of three friends who grew into manhood together, fighting from the first to the last in World War II. Please join us to hear about it for yourself.