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    Tuesday Night with Capitol records

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records     

    Tuesday Night with Capitol records (because I forgot a Jo Stafford song) so I tossed a King Cole Trio record to even things out

    The King Cole Trio Sweet Georgia Brown

    It Is Better To Be By Yourself

    Jo Stafford ‎ Serenade of the Bells

    The Gentleman Is a Dope


     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. 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 or curthahn74@yahoo.com

    The King Cole Trio ‎– Sweet Georgia Brown / It Is Better To Be By Yourself

    Capitol Records 239

    Released: 1945

    Genre: Jazz

    Style: Vocal

    A: Sweet Georgia Brown

    Composers Bernie, Casey, Pink

    Side A  Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA May 23, 1945 

    B: It Is Better To Be By Yourself

    Composers Bob Levinson, Howard Leeds, Nat Cole

    Side B the Golden Production "Breakfast in Hollywood"

    Side B Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA August 2, 1945 

    Bass [Uncredited] – Johnny Miller

    Guitar [Uncredited] – Oscar Moore

    Vocals, Piano [Uncredited] – Nat King Cole

    Jo Stafford ‎– Serenade of the Bells / the Gentleman Is a Dope

    Capitol 15007

    Released: 9/25/47

    A: Jo Stafford with Paul Weston & His Orchestra

    Serenade of the Bells

    Composers Goodhart, Urbano, Twomey

    A Vocal Group with Orchestra 

    B: The Gentleman Is a Dope

    B  Vocal with Orchestra

    Composers Richard Rodgers - Oscar Hammerstein 2nd

    From the Musical “Allegro

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    Wednesday Night with Capitol Records

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records     

    Wednesday Night with Capitol Records

    Andy Russell  ‎– Negra Consentida

    Don't Love Me

    Carlos Molina Koki Koka

    Nocturnal –Bolero

    Alvino Rey & Orchestra Oh Peter (You’re so Nice)

    Freddie Slack Cow Cow Boogie

    Here You Are


     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. 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 or curthahn74@yahoo.com

    Andy Russell ‎ Negra Consentida / Don't Love Me

    Label: Capitol Records ‎– 189

    Crack in record

    Released: 1942-1948

    Genre: Jazz, Pop

    Style: Big Band, Vocal

    Label Code: 544-2

    Label Code: N-333-Re-1

    A: Negra Consentida (my pet Burnette)

    Composers Pardave - Harper

    B: Don't Love Me

    Composers Seller, Marcus, Weed

    Capitol 210   649-1A 1942-1948

    Carlos Molina Koki Koka / Nocturnal –Bolero

    Composers Gilbert Valdes


    NOCTURNAL –Bolero

    Carlos Molina & Orchestra

    Composers Marroquin, Mojica

    Vocal Bobby Rivera

    Capitol 2124 1952-1953

    Alvino Rey & Orchestra Oh Peter (You’re so Nice) 

    Composers Wiedoeft, Rose- Stafford

    Vocal the Blue Jays 

    B452 Album Crumbled after I took it off turntable

    Capitol 102 FREDDIE SLACK

    16-A COW COW BOOGIE (v. Ella Mae Morse)

    Composers Raye - DePaul – Carter

    Recorded Los Angeles May 21 1942

    14-A Here You Are (v. David Street)

    Recorded 4/?/42

    Composers Robin – Rainger

    20th century Fox “My Gal Sal"

  • 00:28

    Understanding The Akashic Records

    in Spirituality

    Join your host Clairvoyant Psychic & Spiritual Teacher Bernadette Dickinson for an in depth discussion on Understanding The Akashic Records. The Akashic Records is the energetic database of your entire soul history including your Divine Soul Blueprint, your Divine Gifts and choices you've made throughout many lifetimes. Once you have an understanding of your true spiritual nature, you can align to the energy that allows you to manifest a life full of joy, abundance and love.

    Live Chat and Q&A 347-324-3891

    Hidden Wisdom Radio is an oasis of spiritual teachings that will help you in love, work, family and all aspects of daily living. Featuring topics on awakening your spiritual power and creating a fulfilling human experience while pursuing your best physical, intellectual and spiritual self.

    For a private consultation visit Bernadette's website www.bernadettedickinson.com

    Be sure to checkout upcoming informational Blog posts.

  • 00:45

    Uncovering The Ancient Records

    in Spirituality

    Many records were hidden to ensure that a history of our beginnings and journey from cycle to cycle would one day become made available to humanity.  We are now entering the time of uncovering these sealed records.  Learn the importance of the areas where the records were found and how to research them to help release the star seed information within you.  The records hold the language of the stars.

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    in Religion

    What does it take in order for us to understand that GOD owns everything. We are missing out because of lack of belief. and faith. Joshua 1:11.

  • 02:54

    Everything with Kathy B, Webley, Frankie Bee Good, De'Shay Land

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation!  Join us LIVE today, from 2-5 pm EST for, Indie Soul Saturdays with Host James Johnson, as he welcomes three talented Artists' into the studio to share their amazing music and upcoming projects.

    2:14-Reggae Artist WEBLEY

    3:15-Reggae Artist FRANKIE BEE GOOD

    4:15-De'Shay Land

    Call in and be a part of the conversation at, 619-924-0933.  You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.

  • 01:00

    Beyond the Cover with special guest Jon Land

    in Books

    Beyond The Cover is back live with special guest Jon Land, author of the Caitlin Strong Series.

    Jon's latest book "Strong Light of Day": 

    Texas ranger Caitlin Strong is involved in an international plot rooted in secrets from the Cold War in Strong Light of Day, the seventh installment of Jon Land's New York Times bestselling Caitlin Strong series

    Afghanistan, 2003: During a mountain raid, a team of Navy SEALs discovers plans for a new and ingenious attack on the United States.

    The Present: Fifth-generation Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong is summoned when thirty high school kids from a Houston prep school vanish during a field trip, including the son of her lover, Cort Wesley Masters. As if that wasn't enough, Caitlin also has to deal with a crazed rancher whose entire herd of cattle has been picked clean to the bone.

    The link between these two inexplicable events dates back to the contents of that Afghan cave raided by the SEALs, and a plot by forces within Russia to win a war they never stopped fighting. At the center of that plot are billionaire Calum Dane and his multinational conglomerate, currently embroiled in controversy over a genetically engineered pesticide that has the potential to eradicate hunger across the world. Dane doesn't know that this pesticide has spawned a new and deadly enemy capable of destroying the very fabric of American life.

    Caitlin's race to save the country weaves through the present and the past, confronting her with the most powerful and dangerous foes she's ever faced. The Cold War hasn't just heated up; it's boiling over under the spill of a strong light only Caitlin can shut off before it's too late.

  • 00:31


    in Entertainment

    Support "Canaan Land."  Help Richard's Dream Come True.  Donate now.  All gifts are tax deductible.  Visit this link: http://www.gofundme.com/canaanland

    "Canaan Land," a new feature dramatic film telling a contemporary story of an Elmer Gantryish evangelist, is in preproduction. Written by Richard Rossi, the film has stirred up controversy, before a single frame of film has been shot. Rossi performed the role of Elmer Gantry on stage, and on screen he played the real life character David Hutton who inspired the fictional Gantry.

    Joining Richard Rossi to discuss the film is writer-producer, Elizabeth Rossi, the writer of the horror movie "All Saint's Eve," avaliable everywhere, & also a producer on Richard's film "Baseball's Last Hero," & the film "A Lesson of Love." Also calling in will be the last of the classic Disney animators Andrew Ramos, to share his thoughts on how we need movies with heart today.

    "Looking back on my years as a healing evangelist, I never did anything fraudulent to fake healings," Rossi said.  "I prayed for God to heal people, & refused to report healings without medical verification.  I was honest when people weren't healed and about the suffering we go through. However, my time in that world allowed me to see tricks some big names do.  They fake miracles, such as a gold dust stunt, a rigged trick they claim is angel feathers & gold flakes falling from Heaven. This hoax helped turn a church in California into the mecca for Pentecostals," Rossi said.  The film is not a remake of the 1960 film 'Elmer Gantry.' It is a new story based on Rossi's experiences in the world of fundamentalist Pentecostalism.  The theme of the film is contrasting false frauds from true, authentic faith.


  • 01:03

    Urban Land Institute Study Update

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Marisa Lundstedt and Nhung Madrid from the City of Manhattan Beach.

    Marisa Lundstedt is the Community Development Director for the City of Manhattan Beach.  A native southern Californian, she has over 21 years of experience in the private and public sector fields focusing in the areas of management, current and long-range planning, general plan and zoning code implementation, coastal development, environmental analysis and environmental management.  She strongly promotes authentic community involvement and has focused on good customer service and community and agency relationships, as well as comprehensive outreach programs. Prior to joining Manhattan Beach, Marisa served as City Planner for the City of Oceansid.

    Nhung Madrid has been the Senior Management Analyst for the City of Manhattan Beach since 2009. Prior to that, she was the Community Services Analyst for the City of Lomita and a Management Aide for the City of Torrance. She attended California Lutheran University where she earnedan MPPA in Public Policy & Administration and received a BS in Human Services from California State University-Fullerton.

    This morning we’re going to get an update on the Urban Land Institute study recently conducted for the City of Manhattan Beach.


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