• 00:59

    Henry A. Walter and his Miracles

    in Current Events

    Upcoming S3 Productions Live Global Podcast


    Guests: Henry Hank Walter and Tony Barnes, authors


    "Heavens Better: A Jolly Look at Miracles and Entrepreneurship"


    Topic: Recognizing miracles in everyday life


    Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 4:30 PM Mountain Time/3:30 PM Pacific


    Link to live podcast: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/01/15/henry-a-walker-and-his-miracles


    Hank Walter


    Hank Walter was in his middle sixties when he discovered that miracles had already happened in his life. When he decided to write Heaven's Betters he learned that God had been his silent partner.  He wanted to share his story with others. 


    Tony Barnes 


    Barnes is a native Texan who spent 3 years in the Marine Corps Reserves and 25 years on active duty in the Air Force. He has been a Christian since 1985 and is an ordained minister. He considers himself politically as a conservative and loves to study history. He had published a monthly column called Nuggets of Faith and published in a World War II encyclopedia. Tony Barnes currently works as an Advocate for Wounded Warriors. 


    A personal note:


     


    Tony barnes one of my frequent guests on my podcast programming recommends this book on his blog.  I read it and I'm glad I did.  The book is a breath of fresh air as one man tells his story of the Miracles that have happened over his lifetime. As I mature, I can look back and see similar miracles that have occurred in my life which is another I had to do this show. 


    For information on this podcast contact: DC Hahn at  oscssw@juno.com  Or www.Facebook.com/s3productions1

  • 00:13

    Frank Petty Trio Precious / Down Yonder

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    This show started with three Broken records until I found the "unbreakable record" Thusly we have tonight Show


    For all you Husbands out there  Play song two for your wife and see what  happens 


    Down Yonder - MGM (1940s -1950s) 11057A - Composer: Gilbert; matrix: 51S6119; ~3 min


    Wikipedia


    "Down Yonder" is a popoular  song with words and music by  L. Wolfe Gilbert  It was first published in 1921.  Recorded by  Del Wood, Joe "Fingers" Carr, Champ Butler, Lawrence (Piano Roll) Cook, Freddy Martin, Frank Petty Trio, Ethel Smith 


    Precious - 11057B- Composer: Feller; matrix: 51S6120; ~3 min


    “Precious “Frank Petty Trio play Precious.


    Responsibility: Mike Di Napcoli, piano. Frank Petty Trio play : Precious / Feller ; vocal by Frank Petty ; Mike Di Napoli, piano  [Worldcat.org]


    Link to listen and enjoy:


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions1


    Trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way A format for a music history show, I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions.


    oscssw@juno.com


     


     

  • 00:17

    Harry James /Gene Krupa / Benny Goodman their Orchestras: Celebrate Irene’s B-da

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Harry James /Gene Krupa / Benny Goodman their Orchestras: Celebrate Irene’s B-day


    B: I'd Love to Call You My Sweetheart  Gene Krupa


    Released: December 1939,


    All from Columbia 


    All in Genre: Jazz Style: Big Band


     A: Gene Krupa and His Orchestra ‎– Lover  


    Arranged By – Eddie Finckel   Lyrics by – Hart Music by – Rodgers


    Recorded 9/26/1945 in New York City, NY 


    B: Benny Goodman and His Orchestra ‎– A Gal in Calico


    Vocals – Eve Young, Written By – Robin, Schwartz


    B - From "The Time, the Place, and the Girl"


    A:   Harry James and His Orchestra ‎– I Don't Want To Walk Without You 


    Released: 02 Jan 1942


    Composed By – Styne Lyrics by – Loesser Vocals – Helen Forest


    recorded December 11, 1941, New York, NY. 


    Show 1997


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Columbia records 


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 . I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at oscssw@juno.com.


     


     

  • 00:17

    Harry James, Woody Herman and Underwater Robots

    in Technology

    (195) Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


     Harry James, Woody Herman and Underwater Robots 


    A: “I’ll buy that Dream“


    Vocals – Kitty Kallen , Written-By –  Allie Wrubel, Herbert Maqidson


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36833,  Sep. 1945


    Recorded May 30, 1945, Hollywood, CA.


    B: Woody Herman and his Orchestra ‎– I Wonder


    Fox trots. Recorded February 19, 1945, New York, NY.


    Written-By – Gant, Leveen


    Vocals [Chorus] – Woody Herman


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single 


    Genre: Jazz Big Band  Swing


    Label:Columbia ‎– 36785


    Spare Parts: With the help of their high school's newest teacher (George Lopez), four Hispanic students form a robotics club. Although they have no experience, the youths set their sights on a national robotics contest. With $800 and parts scavenged from old cars, they build a robot and compete against reigning champion MIT. Along the way, the students learn not only how to build a robot but something far more important: how to forge bonds that will last a lifetime.  www.google.com 


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Columbia records 


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions1. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions I am trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way 

  • 00:13

    Harry James / Woody Herman and their Orchestras: The Missing sides

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Harry James / Woody Herman and their Orchestras: The Missing sides


    B: Harry James and his Orchestra,   Memphis in June


    Written-By – Carmichael, Webster


    Label:  Columbia ‎– 36833, Sep. 1945


    Recorded May 30, 1945, Hollywood, CA.


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single


    Genre: Jazz, Big Band


    Fox Trot


    Show 1996


    A:  Woody Herman and his Orchestra ‎– Laura


    Fox trots. Recorded February 19, 1945, New York, NY.


    Written-By – Raksin and Johnny Mercer


    Vocals [Chorus] – Woody Herman


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single


    Genre: Jazz Big Band Swing


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36785


    John Herndon "Johnny" Mercer was an American lyricist, songwriter and singer. He was also a co-founder of Capitol Records. He is best known as a lyricist, but he also composed music Wikipedia


     


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Columbia records


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions2. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at


    oscssw@juno.com. I am trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way

  • 00:16

    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra– I Should Care / Cry and You Cry Alone

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra– I Should Care / Cry and You Cry Alone


    A: I Should Care  1946 


    Vocals: The G-Noters, Lillian Lane,  Written: Stordahl, Weston, Cahn


    Fox Trot from "Thrill of a Romance"  1946


    B: Cry and You Cry Alone


    Vocals: The G-Noters, Written: Cahn , Styne


    Fox Trot from "Tonight and Every Night"


    Hollywood, 1-22-1945


    Label:  Columbia ‎– 36784, Manufactured By Columbia Broadcasting System


    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Genre: Jazz , Style: Big Band 


    Eugene "Gene" Krupa (1-15-1909 – 10-16-1973) was an American Jazz and big band, drummer, actor and composer, He made a cameo appearance in the 1941 film, Ball Of Fire, in which he and his band performed an extended version of the hit “Drum Boogie", sung by Barbara Stanwick (whose singing was dubbed by Martha Tilton), which he co-wrote with trumpeter Roy Eldridge 


    All credit due to the artist,musicians and Columbia records 


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:  oscssw@juno.com . I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions. 


     Martha Tilton Side A  Capitol 529-2-A 184 “I Should Care” 


     

  • 00:11

    Les Paul and Mary Ford ‎– Texas Lady

    in Music

     


    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

    Les Paul and Mary Ford  ‎– Texas Lady


     


    A Texas Lady


    Written-By –  Johnnie Mann , Paul Swatell 2:10


    This Song is dedicated to My Friend Mary Ann,   who serves has an advisor and supporter of S3productions


    B Alabamy Bound


    Written-By –  Green, DeSylva, Henderson  2:03


    Les Paul   Aliases:  Lester Polsfuss


    Born 9 June 1915 in Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA Died 13 August 2009 in White Plains, New York, USA Jazz, blues and country guitarist, songwriter, luthier, recording engineer and inventor. He designed one of the first solid body guitars, which made the sound of rock and roll possible. In the 1940s he made early experiments with overdubbing, delay effects such as tape delay, phasing effects and multitrack recording. He recorded in the 1950s with his wife  Mary Ford on vocals. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 (Early Influence).


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Capitol Records
    No profit or income derived from this podcast.

    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2
    trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way, a format for a music history show, I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at Oscssw@juno.com
     


     

  • 00:14

    Woody Herman , June Comes Around Every Year / Northwest Passage

    in Music

    (193) Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Woody Herman and his Orchestra "June Comes Around Every Year / Northwest Passage "


    A: “June Comes Around Every Year “ 


    written by, Harold Arlen, and Johhny Mercer 


    This song is dedicated to all my Teacher friends especially those going through semester 1 finals week


    B:  “Northwest Passage”  Written by Herman


    Vocals by Woody Herman 09-29-1945


    Label: Columbia – 36835


    Shellac 10", 78 RPM 


    Genre: Jazz Foxtrot


    Style: Big Band


    Woodrow Charles "Woody" Herman  was an American Jazz clarinetist, alto and soprano saxophonist, singer, and Big Band leader. Leading various groups called "The Herd", Herman was one of the most popular of the 1930s and 1940s bandleaders. His bands often played music that was experimental for its time. He was a featured half time performer for Super Bowl 7


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Columbia records 


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 .

  • 00:12

    Four Aces with Al Alberts ‎– Sin / Arizona Moon

    in Technology

    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.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:  www.Facebook.com/s3productions2


    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.


     


     

  • 00:47

    Forgotten Music of 78 rpms with Beer Radio

    in Music

    (190)   Forgotten Music of 78 rpms with Beer Radio


    Today at 2:00 I was the guest on Beer Show with hosts Mr. Christopher Rubalcaba and Eli Ochoa. We talked about the old 78 records , and just share stories and the muisc of the 1940's . SO now it is my turn to have the Hosts of the "Beer Show " Mr. Christopher Rubalcaba and Eli Ochoa. Wh are going to play some old records  and just enjoy the music and swap stories


    "Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records"


    I am proud to share that I am going to be a podcast guest on an upcoming program.


    The interview will be live on January 25, 2015 at 1:00 PM  https://www.facebook.com/beershowpodcast


    Vinyl Junkies 1940’s


    Curt Hahn joins the show to talk about his newly acquired record collection featuring the likes of Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Count Basie and Harry James (circa 1940s). AND Glenn Miller, details to follow


    I will be a guest of the podcast Beer Show with hosts Mr. Christopher Rubalcaba and Eli Ochoa. 


    Chris invited me to join his show and talk about playing the old Music of the 1940’s on 78 RPM records.  Plus he asked for Glenn Miller, so after a road trip to Hollywood and to be an accommodating host, we will play some Glenn Miller, (maybe others) and just enjoy the history and share some podcasting stories. 


    This show will be live and totally unscripted.


    For details on Chris’s upcoming podcast show visit, http://beershowpodcast.tumblr.com/


     

  • 00:12

    Harry James and His Orchestra ‎– I'm Always Chasing Rainbows / Baby, What You Do

    in Music

    (191) Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Harry James and his Orchestra  ‎– I'm Always Chasing Rainbows / Baby, What You Do to Me



    I'm Always Chasing Rainbows


    Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Buudy Di Vito. Written-By – Carroll and  Mc Carthy 


    Fox Trot - From "The Dolly Sisters"


    The Dolly Sisters is a 1945 American Technicolor bio. film about the Dolly Sisters, identical twins  Jennie and Rosie Dolly, Hungarian-born entertainers. It starred Betty Grable, June Haver  and John Payne 



    Baby, What You Do To Me 


    Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Kitty Kallen -By – George, James, and Newman 


    Label:Columbia ‎– 36899


    Format: Shellac  10", 78 RPM 


    Released: 1945 


    Genre: Jazz 


    Style: Big Band , Swing,Vocal


    Somebody asked me WHY are you doing this? WHY old 78 records?


    So without any good answer to give back I found this record for tonight's show 


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 


     


     

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