• 00:12

    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra ‎– A Tender Word Will Mend It All / Along the Navaj

    in Music

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


    Gene Krupa and His Orchestra ‎– A Tender Word Will Mend It All / Along the Navajo Trail


    A: “A Tender Word Will Mend It All “


    Vocals [Chorus] for both songs – Buddy Stewart  


    Written By – Fisher, Roberts


    Artist Biography by Scott Yanow Allmusic.com


    The first drummer to be a superstar, Gene Krupa may not have been the most advanced drummer of the 1930s but he was in some ways the most significant. Prior to Krupa, drum solos were a real rarity and the drums were thought of as a merely supportive instrument. With his good looks and colorful playing He became a matinee idol and changed the image of drummers forever.


    B:  “Along the Navajo Trail”


    "Along the Navajo Trail" is a country / pop song, written by Dick Charles Larry Markes and Edgar De Lange in 1945. It was the title song of the 1945 Roy Rogers film “Along the Navajo trail.”


    Columbia ‎– 36846


    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single 


    Released:  June 14 1945


    Genre: Jazz Pop


    Style: Foxtrot


    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 

  • 00:59

    Electric Pulse Orchestra on Alpocalypse Nana

    in Education

    Electric Pulse Orchestra!
    with Apocalypse Nana 
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Thursday
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    The Apocalypse Nana Show brings you, “Electric Pulse Orhestra” or “Lights: Don’t Bring Me Down (Bruce!)”! As you may know, during early nuclear research, scientists discovered that a nuclear explosion renders all nearby electronic equipment useless. This effect is fallen Electromagnetic Pulse, or EMP. Since this discovery, many researchers have pondered not only the short term ramifications of this, but the long term as well. Plus , governments have worked on the weaponization of this phenomenon for years. What would its effects be in an increasingly electronic age such as ours? And what would happen if that technology fell into the wrong hands? Read More HERE!


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  • 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 


     


     

  • 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” 


     

  • 00:19

    4 iPads and an Orchestra

    in Music

    "Like all boys growing up in the early sixties, I was fascinated by space exploration," said  Anthony Hose, conductor of the Stetson University Symphony Orchestra. "And, of course, I wanted to be an astronaut."


    While it is not quite the same as floating among the stars, Hose did conduct the Stetson University Orchestra performing the American premiere of Voyager written by Warren Greveson, who was inspired by Voyager 1 and 2, two spacecrafts launched in 1977 on a grand tour of the solar system. Voyager is composed for four iPads and an orchestra, and accompanied by a film by Maurice Lock.


    In this interview, Hose, Greveson and Lock talk about the music and the inspiration from 37 years of research collected and sent back to Earth by the two Voyager probes.

  • 01:01

    Barry Brisk: Conductor Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra

    in Current Events

    Barry Brisk first conducted in public at the age of fourteen, when he performed selections from South Pacific at his graduation from Webster Junior High School in West Los Angeles.


    As a student he also conducted the orchestras at University High School, Mount St. Mary's College, and the University of Music (formerly Academy of Music) in Vienna, Austria where he studied with the prominent conductor/teacher Hans Swarowsky.


    Professionally, Brisk has conducted many orchestras in Southern California, as well as in Mexico and Austria.
     
    Maestro Brisk has been Music Director of the Beach Cities Symphony since 1994 and is particularly proud of having expanded the orchestra's repertoire. 


    He has conducted works by more than eighty composers, more than a dozen of whom are living.


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  • 01:35

    You Don’t Need to Conduct the Orchestra! ~ Jack Armstrong

    in Spirituality

    We humans often feel the need to make things happen – to have things turn out the way we think they should. If we’re facing serious challenges, or if something we’re working on hasn’t happened, our minds tend to jump into action, trying to figure out what to do next.

    But the more we struggle to have things go our way, fear, discouragement or frustration can set in, only adding to our struggles.

    In Jack Armstrong’s new book, You Don’t Need to Conduct the Orchestra!, Lessons on Letting Go, Trusting and Allowing, he shares previously unpublished spiritual teachings that gently remind us that we can let go of the struggle and then trust and allow our highest good to flow into our lives.
     


    For more than 35 years, Jack Armstrong has been a reluctant, yet willing, conduit for receiving and transcribing remarkable spiritual teachings through a form of channeling known as Inner Dictation -- the same phenomenon through which A Course in Miracles was received.

    After publishing his first book, Lessons from the Source, in 2008, Jack decided to devote his life to sharing these inspiring messages with others for whom they can be helpful, and You Don’t Need to Conduct the Orchestra! is his third publication.

    Jack is an explorer on the spiritual path whose life’s journey has included stops as a nonprofit executive, Peace Corps volunteer, congressional candidate, small business owner, actor, voiceover artist, and hospice volunteer. He lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington, and strives to practice the lessons he has received.

  • 00:25

    Friday Night with Soldiers and Cowboys

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Friday Night with Soldiers and Cowboys


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music


     http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/28/friday-night-with-soldiers-and-cowboys


    Harry James and His Orchestra That Soldier of Mine


    "G.I. Jive” Johnny Mercer


    Frankie Laine with Paul Weston & his Orchestra ‎– Your Cheatin' Heart


    The Ranch Boys CLEMENTINE / AH SID


    LITTLE OLD SOD SHANTY ON THE CLAIM


    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 or oscssw@juno.com


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


    Harry James and His Orchestra That Soldier of Mine


    Columbia 36650, 1942


    "G.I. Jive" is a 1944 song written and originally performed by Johnny Mercer. The single was a hit twice in 1944 by two different performers: Johnny Mercer hit number one on the Harlem Hit Parade for one week and peaked at number thirteen on the pop charts. Three months later, Louis Jordon also made it to number one on both the Harlem Hit Parade and the pop chart with "G.I. Jive". The song was the biggest hit of all the songs dealing with soldier life during World War II 


    Capitol Records


     


    Frankie Laine with Paul Weston & his Orchestra  Your Cheatin' Heart


    Label: Columbia ‎– 39938  1953


    Norman Luboff Choir Written By – Hank Williams Sr.


    DECCA 2643-A CLEMENTINE / AH SID


    64715 released 10-28-38


    DECCA 2643-B LITTLE OLD SOD SHANTY ON THE CLAIM


    The Ranch Boys 


     


     

  • 00:34

    My 2015 No Oscar show

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


     


    My 2015 No Oscar show


     


    (1)   Art Mooney & Orchestra ‎– Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Good-Bye) Columbia film “Jolson Sings again “


     (2)   Jerry Wald & Orchestra   A friend of yours Bing Crosby Film “ The Great John L” 


     (3) Harry JAmes & Orchestra ‎– Easter Parade  "As Thousands Cheer".


     (4) "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers "Here Come the Waves "


    (5) There is a fellow waiting in Poughkeepsie "Here Come the Waves "


    (6) Johnny Johnson Sing Baby Sing " Sing baby Sing"


    (7) Les Brown Sleigh Ride in July "Belle of the Yukon "


    (8) Freddie Slack Here You Are "20th century fox “My Gal Sal "


    (9) Page Cavanaugh trio Daddy-O "A Song is born"


    (10) Page Cavanaugh trio Redskin Rhumba "A Song is born"


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/23/my-2015-no-oscar-show


    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 or oscssw@juno.com


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


     

  • 00:16

    The Mystery of KFVD Radio

    in History

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    KFVD Radio Mystery


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


     


    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 or oscssw@juno.com


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


    Bud Roman ‎– Rags to Riches / Many Times


    Label: Campus R225


    Rags to Riches 


    A Written by Ross Adler 


    Many Times


    B written by Stahl and Barnes 


    Orchestra – Lew Raymond and his Orchestra


    Vocals – Bud Roman


    K346 side 


    Dragnet


    Written By Walter Schuman


    Ebb Tide


    Written-By – Robert Maxwell


     


    According to Wikipedia


    KTNQ (Univision America 1020) is a radio station in Los Angeles, California owned by Univision. However From its original licensing on June 13, 1925 until 1955 it was called KFVD


    In its early years, between January 3, 1929 and December 31, 1931, KFVD broadcast from offices and towers on the Hal Roach Studios' lot. From 1937 to 1939, Woody Guthrie broadcast regular shows from the station, then run by Frank Burke Sr. and his son Frank Burke Jr. First he accompanied his Cousin Leon "Oklahoma Jack" Guthrie, later with Maxine "Lefty Lou" Chrissman. The Woody and Lefty Lou-Show soon became the most popular on the station. When Chrissman resigned due to health reasons, Guthrie continued for another year as The Lone Wolf until he was sacked for his unrelenting support for the Soviet Union even after they invaded Poland.


     

  • 00:19

    Mystery Records part 2

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Mystery Records 2


    A: ALWAYS IN MY HEART


    B: JUNGLE DRUMS,


    VALDES, MIGUELITO


    “The Honeydripper”


    Joe Liggens and his Honeydrippers


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/25/mystery-records-part-2


    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 or oscssw@juno.com


    According www.discogs.com 


    Miguelito Valdes


    Real Name: Miguel Ángel Eugenio Lázaro Zacarias Izquierdo Valdés Hernández


    Profile: Cuban popular singer, born 6 September 1912 in Havana and died 9 November 1978 in Bogota, Colombia. 


    In Groups:  Miguelito Valdes & His Orchestra


    Label RCA Victor Special Purpose Series


    Release Date 12/3/1949 March 2 1950 on label


    Joe Liggins (July 9, 1915 – July 26, 1987) was an American, R&B, Jazz, and Blues pianist, who was the Frontman in the 1940s and 1950s with the Band Joe Liggins and his Honeydrippers.


    His band was often a staple on the US Billboard R&B Chart in those years, with their biggest hit being “The Honeydipper", released in 1945. That single topped the R&B chart, then called the race chart, for 18 weeks. More than 60 years later, "The Honey dripper" remains tied with  Louis Jordon’s  "Choo Choo Ch’Boogie" for the longest-ever stay at the top of that chart. It logged a reported two million sales


     

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