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  • 01:18

    The Peace Within Radio SHOW with host Henry Washington

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    JOIN US! The Peace Within Radio Show with your Host Henry Washington this Tuesday, April 26th at 8-9PM, this week's show is titled: The Author's Corner with my Guest Co-host Shavonne L. Jackson, author of the inspiring book At Night She Cried, a collection of soulful expressions through poetry. Call us at 516-387-1944 and enlighten us on your written pieces of art. Are you confused on how to get started on writing a book? Call us and let's get you started!
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  • 00:14

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

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    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

  • 01:03

    When Life Happens with HOST Henry Washington "When A Marriage Goes Wrong"

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    When Life Happens with HOST Henry Washington.


    Join me as we talk about "WHEN A MARRIAGE GOES WRONG" on When Life Happens, The Peace Within Talk Radio with your Host Henry Washington. I will be live at 8-9PM Tuesday 19 April 2016. Call in at 516-387-1944 and listen for your last four of your phone number to speak live on the radio program. In a good marriage you are free to express any emotion. Whether you’re happy, proud, tired, or sad, you trust that your partner will hear you, without negating you. Your partner revels in your joy or empathizes in your pain but regardless, you know you can safely express any feeling. What happened in your marriage? Help others prevail in their marriages. #WhenLifeHappens #ThePeaceWithin #GetCheckedearly Www.getcheckedearly.today.com

  • 00:13

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

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    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. 

  • 01:18

    Gene Cornish, The Young Rascals and so much more .

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    Born in 1944, in Ottawa, Canada, Cornish came into the world with music in his blood. His mother, Ada, was a singer for Big Bands, including those led by Woody Herman and Ozzie Nelson. By 1959, he was 15 and had earned a reputation as a talented guitarist. By then, he was fronting his own band, Gene Cornish & The Satelites, with boyhood friend, Pat Proietti. While attending Ben Franklin High School, he started a vocal group called The Nobles, and eventually put out a few records under his own name. In 1964, he moved to New York City and was doing double duty in Joey Dee & The Starliters, and his own group, The Unbeatables. The Unbeatables had a novelty hit with a Cornish song called “I Wanna Be A Beatle.” but lasted only a year. It was in the Starliters that Cornish met singer and keyboard player Felix Cavaliere, and singer Eddie Brigati. All three left to form The Young Rascals with drummer Dino Danelli. After a short few months playing the NY club scene, the explosive R&B flavored rock band was signed by Atlantic Records.They soon became known as one of the best live bands in America. Before 1965 was over, the group would start releasing a string of hit songs that would continue for six years. Brigati left in 1970, and Cornish followed in 1971. The remaining Rascals went in a jazz rock direction, but Cornish stayed true to his love of rock and roll. He re-emerged in 1973, with Dino Danelli in a band called Bulldog, and the pair remained together through a second rock band, called Fotomaker.The Rascals reunited for one tour in 1988. In 1997, were inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. Gene Cornish reunited with the other 3 Rascals in 2010 for a star-studded benefit show. In 2013, Cornish a full-blown Rascals reunion finally happened. Gene participated (with the original Rascals line up) in the acclaimed stage production: The Rascals- Once Upon A Dream, which toured North America after a sold out run on Broadway. 

  • 00:12

    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra , Alvino Rey & His Orchestra

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    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra I'll Remember April


    Alvino Rey & His Orchestra Don't Take Your Love from Me


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    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra / Alvino Rey & His Orchestra ‎– I'll remember April / Don't Take Your Love from Me


    Label: Bluebird (3) ‎– 30-0826


    Record Company – Radio Corporation of America


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Reissue 


    Released: 1944


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band, Vocal


    A: Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra I'll Remember April


    Vocals [Refrain] – Bob Carroll, Composers– Don Raye, Gene DePaul


    Side A recorded in Hollywood, CA October 5, 1941. 


    Charles Daly "Charlie" Barnet (October 26, 1913 – September 4, 1991) was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and bandleader.


    B: Alvino Rey & His Orchestra Don't Take Your Love from Me


    Vocals [Refrain] – Yvonne King, Composer– Henry Nemo


    Side B recorded in New York City, NY July 14, 1941.


    Alvin McBurney (July 1, 1908 – February 2, 2004), known by his stage name Alvino Rey, was an American swing era musician and pioneer, often credited as the father of the pedal steel guitar. For the most part, he was associated with orchestral, big band and swing music, and towards the end of his career, jazz and exotica.

  • 00:15

    Andy Russell: What A Difference A Day Made / Don't You Notice Anything New?

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    Andy Russell: What A Difference A Day Made / Don't You Notice Anything New?


     


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    Andy Russell


    What A Difference A Day Made / Don't You Notice Anything New?


    Capitol Records 167


     


    September 1944


     


    A: What a Difference a Day Makes [with Paul Weston's Orchestra]


    [244-3-A] Composers Adams-Grover


     


    B: [243-3-A] Don't You Notice Anything New? [With Paul Weston's Orchestra]


    Composers Lange-Kennedy-Nolan


    Born September 16, 1919, Los Angeles, CA, United States


    Died April 16, 1992, Sun City, AZ, United States


    Related Artists Alvino Rey, Johnny Richards


    Also Known As Andrés Rabago Pérez [birth name]


     


    Andy Russell (born Andrés Rábago September 16, 1919 – April 16, 1992) was an American popular vocalist, specializing in traditional pop and Latin music. He sold 8 million records in the 1940s to early 1950s singing in a romantic, baritone voice in his trademark bilingual English and Spanish style. He had chart-busters, such as "Bésame Mucho,"


    "Amor," "What a Diff'rence a Day Made," "Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside)," "Without You," and "The Anniversary Waltz."

  • 00:51

    Texas Biker Radio #123 - Waco Grand Jury Returns

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    Texas Biker Radio with Mel Moss & Mel Robins of SOLR RC 


    On Todays Show: The Grand Jury returns as Reyna is in slug mode - Waco Tribune so desperate for local news they report anything and everything as if they are the tattle tallers in the class room - The good ole boy network in a tizzy over Trump - Legal action against climate deniers "really" - bus was googled - Iran can get away with anything - ISIS makes threat "again" - Sand Branch sittin high & dry while many Texas area lakes panic - Dallas county waste - 1944 Cia Simple sabotage field manuel could explain many things going on in government - 


    All That Stuff & More on TBR


    10:30AM - 03/10/2016

  • 00:11

    June Hutton & the Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & His Orchestra

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    June Hutton & the Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & His Orchestra


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    June Hutton & the Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & His Orchestra ‎– Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive / There's A Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie


    Label: Capitol Records ‎– 180


    Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.


    Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.


    Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton


    Released: 1944


    Genre: Folk, World, & Country


    Style: Country


    A: Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive (402-A)


    B: There's A Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie (427-A)


    June Hutton


    Both Written By – Arlen, Mercer


    Vocal with Orchestra 

    From the 1944 Paramount Picture "Here Come the Waves"


    After Jo Stafford left The Pied Pipers in 1944, Hutton replaced her, joining the group in May. She performed with the Pied Pipers for six years, recording several hit records including the song "Dream." In 1950, Hutton left the Pied Pipers, going solo on Decca Records. (However, the trade publication Billboard reported in its December 10, 1949, issue that Hutton had already left the Pied Pipers and signed with Decca Records.)


     

  • 02:13

    NOI Series: Karriem Muhammad, "My Years with Jeremiah, Malcolm & Wallace"

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    An INTERVIEW with KARRIEM MUHAMMAD 


    [NOI Pioneer since 1944] 


    "PHILLY MOSQUE NO. 12: MY YEARS WITH JEREMIAH, MALCOLM & WALLACE" 


    In 1944, a 13-yr-old Karriem Muhammad (Clifford X Hyman) and childhood friend Jeremiah (Shabazz) heard the teachings of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad from a local barber named Charlie Sims who was in jail with the Messenger in DC and recently moved to Philadelphia. 


    The 2 teenagers and others would help form the nucleus of the beginning of Temple #12 among Garveyites, Moors, Ahmadiyas and a hostile white establishment.


    In the early 1950s Elijah Muhammad sent Malcolm X to Philadelphia to preside over his first Temple as the Minister, where he moved in with Karriem, Jeremiah and others to form “the FOI House” and dispatched them throughout the South to establish new Temples such as Mosque No. 15 in Atlanta. 


    After Malcolm was promoted to Minister of Mosque No. 7 in NY, the Messenger sent his son Wallace D. Muhammad to establish his first ministry as the new Minister of Temple No. 12. Both administrations had success of which Karriem played an integral role and served as a personal confidant to both Malcolm and Wallace. 


    When troubles transpired for Malcolm & Wallace as they defected from the NOI in 1964, both secretly came to Philadelphia to stay and counsel with Bro. Karriem. Witnessing the demise of Malcolm, Jeremiah's meteoric rise in making Temple #12 a powerhouse, and the later ascension of Min. Wallace becoming the New Leader of the NOI in 1975; Brother Karriem Muhammad details his experiences alongside these great men and the lessons of history for the Nation of Islam.


    co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah 


    THUR 3/03/16 at 8pm EST 
    Call in# 646-595-4289 

  • 01:18

    Promostar Health Radio Ep.3 Tackling Belly Fat with Markeysha

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    We all know that Belly Fat is the harddest to get rid of.. FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN SAY GOODBYE TO UNWANTED BELLY FAT! Tune in with Promostar Health expert Markeysha! 646-787-1944


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