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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Four Aces with Al Alberts Sin / Arizona Moon
Side A -; Victoria Records V-101A “Sin”
Side A Arlene Music 3:10 Written by Shull-Haven 1952 (Shellac, 10")
Side B Victoria Records V-101B “Arizona Moon”
Rock, Doo Wop
Side B Ascap Myers Music 2:50 Written Alberts-McCall
Arizona Moon is dedicated to all the people and places I have visited along the I-10 in Arizona
AL Alberts from South Philadelphia, had worked with the big bands of Jan Savitt and Elliot Lawrence before World War II, played piano, and sang in a powerful tenor. His Navy Shipmate Dave Mahoney from Chester,PA. played fine tenor sax and also sang vocal parts. After WWII and Returning to Chester in 1956, Alberts and Mahoney enlisted the aid of record owner Marty Caruso who rounded up two more members: Rosario "Sod" Vaccaro, who sang baritone and played trumpet, and Louis Silvestri, drummer and bass voice. After failing to find a distributor for their debut single "(It's No) Sin," Alberts founded his own Victoria label. It became a big hit in late 1951 and sold a million copies Al Alberts left the Four Aces in 1956.
All credit due to the artist /musicians/ Victoria records
No profit or income derived from this podcast.
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Trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way, I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions.
Tyson's Bio: The Life and Times Of Mr Tyson C. Since the 4th grade, Tyson has been playing and experimenting with music. He is known in his area of Greensboro, NC for playing the Alto Saxophone.
From elementary to middle school he continued to play in a school band. During his middle school year, he experienced reading more sheet music.
During his high school year, musically he was shaped in a way that would make him an all- around musician he is today.
By the end of his junior year, he had performed in the concert band, marching band, and jazz band with the Alto and Baritone Saxophone.
After high school, he went on to college to work towards a degree in recording engineering
Tyson C has also ventured different genre in a genre. For example, he played with a Latin Jazz based group by the name of West In Mambo(Out Of Winston Salem
Music to him is like a relationship. Sometimes you just need space away from it and miss it enough to keep doing it. There was a time in his life where he honestly believes that he wanted to give it up for good.
These days while performing, he liked to add some uniqueness during the performances. F
In regardless to interacting with people, Tyson likes to interact with people. He gets a “kick outta seeing people make it in life”
Tyson’s future projects include making a few albums, making a music video, writing playwright, and hosting events.
Ultimately, Tyson C. wants to reach the world and masses with the many gifts and talents that God has bestowed inside of him. He steps towards that dream includes using the networking vehicles like Youtube, Soundcloud, Linked In, and radio/ television interviews.
WE ARE TWIN.. Germany-raised Sri Lankan multi-instrumentalist and producer Nicholas Balachandran met New York-born and bred singer songwriter Gabi Christine during a 2009 songwriting session and the result was fifteen songs and WE ARE TWIN. In 2013 Zackary Smith (Bass, Keys, vocals) & Justin Frazier (drums) joint the group. The group just finished their debut album called "xtra love" release this November, blazing a trail for a punk rock, soul & Pop aesthetic that stood out immediately. And they have a musical webisode series. We will talk about all of it this Friday.
LA-based three-man band, Willodean, chronicles longing, loneliness, and lost loves, Willodean is Dan Barrett, Eric Holden and Randy Wooten. They have just released their self-titled debut album about people as afraid of finding love as losing it. With Dan Barrett’s gravelly baritone, Eric Holden’s upright bass that resonates with sturdy, near-ancient melodies and guitarist/pianist Randy Wooten’s lyrics the evoke a dreamy world of misgiving and missed chances. We won't miss the cahnce to ask them about it this Friday.
Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, eight months on the Roots Music Report charts, international airplay and live performances at CMA Fest, Rodeo Alaska, The Iditarod, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, Alaska State Fair, and Dan McGuiness’ on Music Row, among countless others, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice and love for all things southern, has released his aptly titled Super Country Cowboy. On this album, Doug has created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A.
Doug joins Take 2 Radio Music to talk about his career and brand new album "Super Country Cowboy" as well as his work with the veteran's charity Bright Star International on December 3rd at 3pm eastern time!
BARITONE, better known to his friends and family as B-TONE, accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age thanks to family and friends planting seeds of faith within him.
As a teen, BARITONE’s inspiration to write came from his mother and a children’s choir director, Minister Marie Hughes. Both played an integral part in his works and still inspire him to this day. TONE is the only Spoken Word Artist in his family and he represents them well.
The Swing Museum with Jan Eberle celebrates the very best of Big Band, Standards and Jazz. As a "second generation-er" and performer (daughter of big band singing balladeer,Ray Eberle and niece of baritone crooner, Bob Eberly), I've been blessed with a unique understanding and incredible passion for this Era. One of the things I enjoy most about this show is bringing snippets of history and rare tidbits about the artists and music... some personal.
Whew! Told you it was going to be busy in September and October! With multiple guests and time changes :) Case in point: our show for 9/25/2014! First at bat: the respected Saxophonist/Teacher and Champion of the Baltimore Jazz Music Education Project, Greg Thompkins! The annual fundraiser for BJMEP is coming up on October 4th - at Towson State University. On the roster: Bari Sax Great, Claire Daly! And Claire will join Greg on "Hybrid Jazz!" That will be in the first hour of the show. And we'll learn how to help this great cause - with ways for you to consider having your own organization where YOU are :) In these days of pulling music out of our schools, we have to re-prioritize! When you hear Greg talk about this, you'll know how important that is. And Claire's career would be enough to discuss for THREE hours! If you remember, she was a guest on the show over a year ago. It will be great to welcome her back.
Mycah Chevalier is no stranger to us, either. Whenever she visits, our songstress/writer always has something exciting to share. THIS time, it's her much-anticipated event at Blues Alley - on October 8th! She will have some of the best musicians with her - in this region or any other . And those in attendance will get to hear the songs that we have played MANY times since 2011. Including "Back N' Forth", Mycah & Dawoud Said's take on "In a Sentimental Mood" and her duet with Kenny Wesley - the Michael Franks' song, "When I Give My Love To You." The time always FLYS by with our Creole Gurl! And, if she wants, we'll have fans call and say hello. Whatever Mycah wants, Mycah gets. LOL!
Join us for a special Noon to Three Show on 9/25!
Alexis P. Suter has one of the most powerful and booming voices you ever want to hear. She is a woman with a rare baritone voice that is dripping with sensuality, pain, and fun! Alexis sings the blues and has been known to perform with such legends as Dan Akyroid and B.B. King. She has roots in gospel and house music which all lends to her unique style of blues. Celebrating the release of her new CD, Alexis joins us for Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today we will wrap up the week in sports and talk some college football, MLB, as well as NFL as the season opens the first full slate of games as well as an analysis of the Seattle Seahwks dominating win over the Green Bay Packers this past Thursday. Bo will be joined by TP Tymeless of Sport City Chefs and the Baritone of Brookly, Chandler Knight.
Crystal L. Bass is an American author, playwright, freelance writer, and motivational speaker. Bass has used her platform to uncover and illuminate issues that are important to young women, to ultimately empower and strengthen them. Her hit stage play titled, "Ain't No Love Like A Mother's Love," opens in Baltimore City Nov. 15. Kehinde Koyejo, Artistic Director, InterACT Works, is curator of the 10-minute one-act play series “Don’t Call Me Crazy: A Glimpse into the World of Mental Illness: An Afternoon of Short Plays and Dialogue at the Joyce Gordon Gallery, 3 p.m. 406 14th Street in Oakland, Sun., Sept. 7, then in a reprise “Through the Eyes of Buddha at SGI-USA, Oakland Buddhist Center, 3834 Opal Street in Oakland, Sept. 14, at 1 p.m. Kehinde (“Next Step”) is joined by participating playwrights: Nathan Yungerberg (“Golden Gate”) and Kineithea Carter (“Depression Daughter”). Visit http://www.interactworks.org/upcoming-interactions.htm Poets Genny Lim and Steve Dickison join us to talk about “Struggle for a New World: Fred Ho Memorial Tribute,” Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, 2:00-4:30 p.m. at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, 2 p.m., 388-9th Street, upstairs Rm. 290, (510) 637-0455. Admission is free. This remarkable landmark gathering of Fred Ho's artistic collaborators, ranging from composers, musicians, poets, singers, storytellers and activists, have come together to pay homage to this great baritone saxophone-composer, cultural activist, teacher, author, pioneer and legend. To listen to Fred Ho http://www.mp3olimp.net/fred-ho/ We close with a conversation with San Francisco native, Barry “Shabaka” Henley, about the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre production of the World Premiere of his Mingus Remixed, directed by Delroy Lindo Sept. 5-6 in San Francisco, www.lhtsf.org
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today, TP Tymeless of Sport City Chefs and Chandler Knight, the Brooklyn Baritone, join Bo in the three man weave to discuss the past and upcoming week in sports. We will get into some heavy NFL preseason topics as well as MLB and continue our preseason predictions as we will break down the AFC South division in the NFL. We'll also weigh ni with some expert advice on who you should target and who you should stay away from as you prepare for your Fantasy Football draft.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today we will talk about the week in sports with a focus on the news that the Kevin Love for Andrew Wigginis trade has been finalized, MLB playoff races, NFL news, college football and more. We will also make our predictions for the AFC North and the NFC West. Bo will be joined by TP Tymeless of Sport city Chefs fame along with the Baritone of Brooklyn, Chandler Knight.
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