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  • 00:30

    Columbia Records Count Basie, Harry James and the Happy SIX

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Columbia Records Count Basie, Harry James and the Happy SIX


    Count Basie and His Orchestra ‎– I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town


    Basie Blues


    Harry James and His Orchestra ‎– I Can't Begin To Tell You


    Waitin' For the Train to Come In


    The Happy Six My Little Bimbo Down On Bamboo Isle


    Je ne Sais Pa Pa (I Do Not Know) 


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    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    Count Basie and His Orchestra 


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36601


    Released: 1942


    A: I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town


    Written By Rushing ("Mr. Five by Five") & Weldon


    B: Basie Blues


    Written By Jackson & Basie, Ebbins


    Harry James and His Orchestra 


    Columbia 36867 Year: 1945


    A: I Can't Begin To Tell You


    From the Dolly Sisters


    Vocals  Ruth Haag


    B: Waitin' For the Train to Come In


    By Skylar & Block vocals Kitty Kallen


    The Happy Six


    My Little Bimbo Down On Bamboo Isle
    by Walter Donaldson


    Blue Columbia A3345   79401 9-7-1920 New York, New York


    Harry Yerkes directed this group which featured New Orleans musicians Alcide "Yellow" Nuñez and Tom Brown. Also known as Yerke’s Jazarimba Orchestra http://www.redhotjazz.com/happysix.html


    Je ne Sais Pa Pa (I Do Not Know) 
    Fisher & Coleman 9-7-1920 Columbia A3304 79400

  • 00:36

    Sortment of Songs for a Saturday night

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


     Sortment of Songs for a Saturday night


    Count Basie and His Orchestra Feather Merchant


    Ain't It the Truth?


    Chick Webb & orchestra a-Tisket, a Tasket 


    Liza (all the clouds roll away)


    Collins and Harlan Here comes my daddy now


    The green grass grew all around


    Happy Harry Harden & orch.  Put your little foot right out


    Pizzicato Polka


    And maybe a surprise song 


    Podcast link


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    Count Basie and His Orchestra– Feather Merchant / Ain't It the Truth


    Label: Columbia 36845 Foxtrot 1945


    A: Feather Merchant


    Written By Basie, Mundy


    B: Ain't It the Truth


    Written By Harding, Basie


    Chick Webb & his orchestra A Tisket, A Tasket 


    Decca 1840A 63693=A 5/2/38   both are foxtrots


    Vocal Ella Fitzgerald written by Al Feldman & Ella Fitzgerald


    Liza (all the clouds roll away)


    Decca 1840B 63708 5/2/38 George & Ira Gershwin, Gus Kahn


    Columbia A1277 (10-in. double-faced) 35828


    Columbia 38981 01/??/13


    Here comes my daddy now


    Written by GILBERT-MUIR


    Collins and Harlan


    Columbia 38534 Walter Van Brunt (F.CRUMIT=R) the green grass grew all around


    Ctrl. 79302=R written by HARRY VON TILZER


    Happy Harry Harden & orch.  Put your little foot right out


    DECCA 3131A 67416 3/28/40 Written by Larry Spier


    Pizzicato Polka


    DECCA 3131B 67417 3/28/40 Strauss

  • 00:35

    Songs for Cinco de Mayo Sort Of

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    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Songs for Cinco de Mayo Sort Of


    Count Basie and His Orchestra ‎ Jivin' Joe Jackson


    Queer Street


    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra What’s this?


    That Drummer's Band


    Pedro Infante CIELITO LINDO


    ALLA EN EL RANCHO GRANDE


    Lita Luna FELICIDAD


    VAYA CON DIOS


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    Count Basie and His Orchestra ‎ Jivin' Joe Jackson Queer Street


    Columbia 36889 1945


    A: Jivin' Joe Jackson


    By Basie, Kirchner & Sprankle


    Vocals Ann Moore  


     B: Queer Street


    By Basie &Mundy


    Gene Krupa And His Orchestra ‎ What's This? That Drummer's Band


    Columbia 36819


    A: What’s This?


    By David Lambert, Vocals Lambert& Buddy Stewart


    B: That Drummer's Band


    By Krupa & Eldridge


    Peerless Records


    2754, 2755 – CIELITO LINDO (Lovely Sweetheart/Sweet One) Artist Pedro Infante


    2756, 2755 – ALLA EN EL RANCHO GRANDE (There at the Big Ranch) 


    Pedro Infante Cruz; was a Mexican actor and singer. Hailed as one of the greatest actors of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, he is considered an idol of the Latin American people. 


    Imperial records 637


    D1-1108 2735 FELICIDAD (Happiness) Artist Lita Luna


    D1-1109 2734 VAYA CON DIOS (Go With God) 

  • 00:30

    Mike Albert -- Elvis Impersonator at Count Basie Jan 20

    in Radio

    It’s Part 2 of Elvis Week on Jersey Coastal Live! January 20 marked the 8th consecutive year of The Elvis Birthday Bash at the Count Basie Theatre. Yes, I’ve been to every single show, and this year I’m excited to have the opportunity to interview both renowned impersonators Mike Albert and Scot Bruce, who were accompanied live on stage by the Big E Band. It was an exciting evening and, as usual, the Count Basie was packed with enthusiastic Elvis fans of all ages.
    Mike Albert, an unabashed Elvis fan, began entering Elvis impersonator shows in his native Ohio as a young man. He won so many that he began seriously considering being Elvis on-stage full-time. Demand for his shows increased and ultimately resulted in him putting together a seven piece Big "E" Band to duplicate the sound Elvis's band had in the Vegas shows and on the tours. Mike Albert's talent was further exposed to national audiences with an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey show and being featured in six music videos on the national television show "A Current Affair" with Maury Povich.
    Mike Albert's portion of the Elvis Birthday Bash was a perfect portrayal of Presley during his later years. Mike's style and charisma and his ability to get the audience fully engaged in the show always make for an exciting evening. Audiences “can’t help falling in love” with Mike’s powerful voice and his gospel performances are spot on Elvis. It’s no wonder that Mike Albert's "Ultimate Tribute" show has become known worldwide for his respectful portrayal of the late but still great Elvis Presley. After the show, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.

  • 00:30

    Scot Bruce -- Elvis Impersonator at Count Basie Jan 20

    in Radio

    It’s Elvis Week on Jersey Coastal Live! January 20 marks the 8th consecutive year of The Elvis Birthday Bash at the Count Basie Theatre. Naturally, I’ve been to every single show, and this year I’m excited to have the opportunity to interview both renowned impersonators Mike Albert and Scot Bruce, who will be accompanied live on stage by the seven-piece Big E Band. I hope you already bought your tickets – it typically is a sell-out!
    Scot Bruce, back for his 8th performance in Red Bank, is an LA-based actor and musician who gets the party started with his 50’s era Elvis show. Scot’s uncanny resemblance to the young King, not to mention his ability to sing, strum a guitar and swivel his hips like Elvis, has taken him across the U.S. and all over the world to perform his live show. As Elvis, he has appeared in music videos with Faith Hill and Sheryl Crow. Oh yeah. He’s got it all going on. There are thousands of Elvis impersonators out there, but Scot Bruce is among the very best. When he’s on stage, he seems to be channeling Elvis and always leaves the audience “all shook up” and wanting more. After the show, go to After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.

  • 02:01

    Friday Night Dance Party: Sasha's Bloc "Heart On Fire"

    in Indie Music

    The big band sound comes to Rated G Radio in Hour 1 tonight with SASHA'S BLOC featuring their album Heart On Fire!


    Jazz collective Sasha’s Bloc solidifies their growing presence on the U.S. music scene with an original album that hearkens back to the Big Jazz Band sound of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, and to a performance style that evokes such seminal acts as Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Scott Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and more.



    Sasha’s Bloc is an amalgam of varied artists, nationalities and experiences, all fueled by bassist and songwriter Alex Gershman to deliver a sound that is consistently big, boisterous, full of spirit and rich in everything that makes jazz linger as an American phenomenon. On Heart On Fire, Gershman is honored to have Grammy-nominated vocalist Jane Monheit perform on multiple tracks.


    The group’s core nonet is comprised of Nora Rothman, vocal; Brandon Fields, saxophone; Alex Budman, saxophone, clarinet; Kye Palmer, trumpet, Bob McChesney, trombone; Kevin Winnard, drums; Steve Cotter, guitar; Andy Langham, piano. Guest artists on the upcoming album include: Jane Monheit, vocal; Alvin Chea, vocal; Patrick Tuzzolino, vocal; Princess Fortier, vocal; Glynis Leflore vocal; Octavia Pace vocal; James Lum, banjo; Jason Fabus, accordion; Marc T. Bolin, Tuba. Gershman plays upright bass and electric bass.

  • 01:23

    Swing Time with Rich Muscadin

    in Sports

    Calling all music lovers! It's finally here and I for one am ecstatic! Please join me this and every Thursday evening at 8pm EST for Swing Time with Rich Muscadin. We will delve into the very essence of jazz music, where it all began and still lives on. Each evening we will highlight such artists as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and Dizzy Gillespie. But not just the legends. We will listen to and discuss the greats that are out here today! Consider this program to be the re-discovery of jazz music in its purest form, the swing era. So make sure you tune in and take a journey with me to Swing Time. Only on blogtalkradio.com.

  • 02:01

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    Hosts Laurie and John Wiles open the top of the hour with WHYT Radio's "Driving Me Crazy" duo on Thursday, May 28, 2015 @ 10am ET. Assisting them are "Bugsy" Lawlor and Win Morrow.


    Richard Thomas, candidate for Mount Vernon Mayor and present City Councilman, discusses the issues that are expected to catapult his candidacy to the top of the vote count come this November 2015. 


    Hezi Aris pivots onto national and international news at the top of our second hour.


    At the bottom of our second hour, Sean McIntyre, candidate for Mount Vernon Public Library Trustee speaks to the demands of the library and the roadmap that will be bring us closer toward that vision.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during the two-hour radio time slot using our newly installed Chat Room or place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.


    Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 00:12

    And Let Every Vote Count: Approval Voting with Aaron Hamlin

    in Politics

    Aaron Hamlin, executive director of The Center for Election Science, joins Modern Whig Radio to discuss approval voting -- how it works, what its applications are, and the barriers to it being implemented more widely. 


    Mr. Hamlin graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science in psychology and a minor in mathematics. He went on to receive his juris doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, and he also holds graduate degrees from Indiana University and Miami University, where he focused on statistics and research. He is a licensed attorney.


    Mr. Hamlin is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and has been a consultant on voting procedures for both organizations and publicly elected officials in several states. He has also offered his expert opinion and analysis in articles published in Deadspin, Democracy Chronicles and Independent Voter Network.


     


     

  • 01:48

    "Family talk Wednesday" A Parent Should Be A Parent…Not A Friend

    in Family

    Every time I hear a parent brag that her child is her best friend, I cringe and think, “Well, that’s too bad.”  The job description of parent is mighty long—nurturer, teacher, advisor, consultant, guide, spotter, disciplinarian, consoler, cheerleader.  But I am quite sure “friend” is not on the list.  I fully believe that you really like your child, that there are times when you get along like peas and carrots, that you say you can read each other’s minds. But your child, whether young or old, needs you to be her parent. She has enough friends, and so do you. I know that you don’t get to spend much time with your child; both of your schedules are packed 24/7.  So you want what little time you have together to be pleasant. I know it’s just easier to say yes, and everyone will be happy…for the moment.


    Children are not like self-basting turkeys; they just can’t grow themselves.  Children will seek all the good stuff they can get—be it extra tv time, cookies from the platter, or minutes at the mall. And they count on you to stop them, to rein them back in. It is their job to test the limits; it is your job to stop them.  And as children get older, more than ever they rely on you to be their brakes, especially when faced with peer pressure. “No, my dad will kill me if I get home after curfew.” Your child needs to know that you love her so much that you will tolerate her explosive protest when you lay down the law and you will not change your mind because of it.  Nothing can be more important to you than her well being, her safety, and her learning the rules of the road.

  • 02:02

    WHAT THE BIBLE SAY'S / Matthew Sermon 27 / Teacher Pastor O.

    in Religion

    Join us as we discover the inexhaustible word for God. Runner For Christ Ministries is a church of "TEACHING - LEARNING - DOING" and you can always count on hearing what the LORD our God & Father & Jesus Christ have said about this that and the other. So, if you only want to know what the LORD our God has said about your personal life, family life, church life & civic life be sure to tune in everyday and if you miss us you can always listen to a recorded show and everything is always FREE. www.rfcm.org