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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Capitol Records and Jo Stafford
Link to listen and enjoy:
(1) That’s For Me
Label: Capitol 689-1A (213)
Format: Shellac 78 RPM, 10"
Roger’s and Hammerstein from the Movie “State Fair”
(2) Gee, it’s good to hold you
Capitol 688-4A 213
Written by Roberts and Fisher
Trumpet Solo by Billy Butterfield
(3) I didn’t mean a word I Said
Capitol (900) 238
Written by Adamson- Mc Hugh
From the Movie “Do You Love Me?”
With Paul Weston and His Orchestra
(4) You May Not Love Me
Capitol (821) 238
Written by Burke and Van Heusen
Form the Movie “Nellie Boy”
With Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Show 206, 78 record show 30
All credit due to the artist and musicians and Capitol records
No profit or income derived from this podcast.
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Former Sacred Heart Pioneers DB & one of the newest members of the San Diego Chargers, Gordon Hill joins the show to talk about the 2015 NFL Draft and his experience. Once the draft ended, Hill agreed to terms with the Chargers.
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You’ve had enough… This haunting has taken its toll on your marriage and your life. It’s time to take the family and find a new home. But, what to do with the old one? On the next Living Paranormal we discuss the sale of “Stigmatized” properties from hauntings to crime scenes with.the Hill’s.
Jennifer Bort Yacovissi joins Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, to discuss her debut historical novel 'Up The Hill to Home,' that is based on her ancestors. 'Up the Hill to Home' sketches an enduring portrait of four generations of the Miller/Beck/Voith clan against the backdrop of Washington, D.C., as the city itself grows from a dusty pre-Civil War cowtown to a national capital in the throes of the Great Depression.
Jenny Yacovissi grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, just a bit farther up the hill from Washington, D.C. In addition to writing historical and contemporary literary fiction, Jenny is a reviewer for Washington Independent Review of Books and Historical Novel Society.
This interview originally aired on May 3, 2015 on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show, that streamed live online from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.