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  • 00:34

    Tommy Dorsey and my Grandma Hahn Part 2

    in Music

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM records


    Grandma Hahn Part 2


    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– A Friend of Yours


    There’s No You


    Boogie Woogie


    Weary Blues


    It Started all over Again (v. Frank Sinatra and Pied Pipers)


    Mandy, Make up your Mind


    Then I’ll be happy


    The song is you


    Podcast link


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and or story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


    Www.facebook.com/s3productions1 or oscssw@juno.com


    All Victor records by Tommy Dorsey on 10” Shellac 78 RPM


    A Friend of Yours


    20-1657 –A 3/8/45 written Johnny Burke Jimmy Van Heusen


    United Artists “The Great John L”


    Vocal by Stuart Foster


    Tommy Dorsey & his orchestra, There’s No You


    20-1657 B 2/7/45 written by Tom Adair – Hal Hooper


    Vocal Billy Usher


     Boogie Woogie / Weary Blues Swing Classic


    20654-A 1938


    Genre: Jazz


    Year: 1938


    A: Boogie Woogie


    Written by Pinetop Smith


    B: Weary Blues


    Written by Artie Matthews


    It Started all over Again (v. Frank Sinatra and Pied Pipers)


    20-1522A, 75403 written by Bill Carey - Carl Fischer 7-2-42


    Mandy, Make up your Mind


    20-1522-B, 75404 written by Clarke - Turk - Meyer – Johnston 7-2-42


    Then I’ll be happy


    I Wanna go where you go


    20-1938 A D6VB1410 4/8/46


    Written by Brown-Clare-Friend


    The song is you


    20-1938-B D6VB1411 4/8/1946


    Oscar Hammerstein II -Jerome Kern


    1932 Music in the Air is a musical written by Oscar Hammerstein II (lyrics and book) and Jerome Kern (music).

  • 00:36

    Tommy Dorsey & Grandma Hahn Part 1

    in Music

    Forgotten Music on 78 Rpm records


    Tommy Dorsey & Grandma Hahn Part 1


    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– I Dream Of You (More than You Dream I Do)


    Opus No. 1


    Please don't say no


    I should Care     


    Midnight on the Trail


    Hawaiian War Chant


    You're driving me crazy


    More and more


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and or story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


    Www.facebook.com/s3productions1 or oscssw@juno.com


    All records are 10” Shellac Victor records & done By Tommy Dorsey


     I Dream Of You (More than You Dream I Do) / Opus No. 1


    # 20-1608 Canada 1945


    A: "I Dream of You More Than You Dream I Do" (with Marjorie Goetschius) (1944)


    Edna Osser 


    Vocal by Freddie Stewhart


    B: Opus No. 1


    Written by Cy Oliver


    Please don't say no


    # 20-1625 Los Angeles 11-20-44


    Both songs MGM Film “Thrill of a Romance”


    Written by Ralph Fre , Sammy Fain


    Vocal by Freddie Stewhart


    I should care Los Angeles 11-20-44


    Written by Cahn-Stordahl-Weston


    Vocal Bonnie Lou Williams & the Sentimentalists


    A: Midnight on the Trail


    # 26126A 30324 11/29/1938


    Written by Bickley Reichner - Clay Boland


    B: Hawaiian War Chant


    30323 VD195 11/29/1938


    Johnny Noble – Leleiohaku


    You're driving me crazy


    20-1614 –B, Los Angeles 11-22-1944


    Vocal Bonnie Lou Williams & the Sentimentalists


    Written by Walter Donaldson


    MORE AND MORE 


    Vocal Bonnie Lou Williams, Los Angeles 11-22-1944


    Universal Pictures “Can’t help Singing"

  • 00:16

    Bing Crosby Louis Jordon Tommy Dorsey

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


     Bing Crosby Louis Jordon Tommy Dorsey


    (1)    My Baby Said Yes     


     (2)   Your Socks Don’t Match   


    (3) Chloe


    (4) At the Fat Man’s  


     Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/18/bing-crosby-louis-jordon-tommy-dorsey


    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


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


    Bing Crosby with Louis Jordon and his Tympany Five ‎


    A: My Baby Says Yes


    B:  Your Socks Don't Match


    Label: Decca ‎– 23417


    Series: Personality Series 


    Released: 1944


    Genre: Jazz pop


    Style: Big Band Vocal 


    Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five


    Louis Jordan was an American popular music innovator who recorded from the 1930s until the 1970s. During the 1940s, he was the most popular recording artist of the soon-to-be-called rhythm and blues music. Jordan had eighteen No. 1 hits, which places him as the third most successful singles artist in Billboard R&B charts history.

  • 01:06

    Episode 3216 - The Power of Our Prayers - Tommy Karakolev

    in Spirituality

    Episode 3216 - The Power of Our Prayers Pastor Tommy Karakolev


    Recorded 2-4-2016 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com

  • 00:18

    Eric Dorsey of Illustrative Creations - NFL Cleat Designer

    in Football

    Wearing Cleats To Painting Them


    Eric Dorsey played college football at William Penn. His love for the game of football woven into his DNA and also into the artistic patterns he now paints on the cleats of NFL players (and other athletes as well).


    Dorsey the owner and operator of Illustrative Creations is quickly becoming a figure NFL players are coming to for their personalized cleats.


    Go one-on-one with Eric Dorsey who discusses how he got started and where his gift is taking him. College2Pro.com bringing the hardcore NFL enthusiasts the movers-n-shakers of football. 

  • 02:01

    Patriots of Britain Welcome Tommy Robinson

    in Politics Conservative

    The powerful story of Tommy Robinson, former leader of the EDL and a man persecuted by the British state, simply for standing up in support of British troops. Tommy describes growing up on the streets of Luton, a town plagued by Islamic extremism and criminal gangs and how his livelihood was taken from him when he led a street protest against it. Hounded through the courts and thrown to the Muslim underworld which runs England's prisons, when Tommy refused to be broken, the police tried to blackmail him – into working for them.


    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tommy-Robinson-Enemy-State/dp/0957096496


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    Our first Demonstration will be February 6th in Birmingham, UK, and will be carried on a Global scale.


    We subscribe to the principals of PEGIDA which stands for “Patriotische Europäer Gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes,” or “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West.”


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  • 02:56

    Interview With Tommy Sotomayor

    in Health

    Djehuty interviews controversial Internet luminary Tommy Sotomayor.

  • 01:02

    Tommy Karakolev

    in Christianity

    Tommy Karakolev

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