• 00:29

    Rondo Records and Ken Griffin

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Rando Records and Ken Griffin


    Ken Griffin: You Can’t Be True Dear


    Cuckoo Waltz


    Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade  


    Ciribiribin


    Doodle-EE-DO   


    American Patrol


    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


    The Rondo Records Story


    By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries


    Ken Griffin at the Organ A: You Can’t be true dear


    Rondo records R-128-A


    Arrangement by Ken Griffin


    Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Cuckoo Waltz


    Rondo records R-128-B 


    Arrangement by Ken Griffin 


    Edited by Bryon Young ©  Robert L. Campbell and Robert Pruter    


    Becomes the House that Griffin Built


    Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade  


    Rondo records R-129-A  By Rudolph Priml  


    Kenneth W. Griffin was born December 28, 1909, He taught himself to play the pipe organ in a movie theater. In 1935, he adopted the Hammond organ.


    Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Ciribiribin   


    Rondo records R-129-B  


      Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Doodle-EE-DO   


    Rondo records R-130-A    


    Griffin's singles were all in the 100 series, which kept on going through the company's Chicago period, That was when the company issued Ken Griffin's first instrumental single: You Can't Be True, Dear" and "Cuckoo Waltz" on Rondo 128.


    Ken Griffin at the Organ B: American Patrol    


    Rondo records R-130-B    

  • 00:57

    Singer & Actress Drew Sidora and The Mecca James Show New Season

    in Entertainment

    Hello everyone! I'm excited about the new season. My guest on this show is the talented singer & actress Drew Sidora. She played  in the TLC movie CrazySexyCool & on BET's The Game. 

  • 01:25

    Marla Mase & Tomás Doncker; Music , Global Soul and True Groove Records!

    in Music

    Marla Mase is a writer/performer/producer/singer/songwriter from New York City. She writes songs, plays, monologues, short stories, erotica, blogs, and poems. She is known for her gutsy, sexy, raw performance style and her intelligent lyrics and is regarded by her peers as a true musical pioneer.  Her songs, a mix of world beat, spoken word, funk, r&b, punk, soul, and classic rock-n-roll are infused with GLOBAL SOUL, the signature sound of  Tomás Doncker, her guitarist, co-writer  and producer . She is backed by his band, the Tomás Doncker Band.  Marla is also SVP of Marketing/A&R with True Groove Records, a label she runs with Tomás Doncker.


     Tomás Doncker As a prime mover on New York’s downtown “No Wave” scene in the early 1980s, Tomás Doncker cut his teeth as a guitarist with such genre-busting groups as James Chance & The Contortions, Defunkt, J. Walter Negro & The Loose Jointz and many more. Eventually he went international, touring and recording in Japan with jazz pianist Masabumi Kikuchi, and producing studio and songwriting sessions with Boosty Collins, Yoko Ono,  Reggae vocal group The Itals, and producer Prince Charles Alexander, to name just a few. Since then, Doncker has continued to work with an A-list of iconic artists including Ivan Neville, Bonnie Raitt, Meshell Ndegeocello, Living Colour lead singer Corey Glover, former P-Funk keyboardist Amp Fiddler,Shamekia Copeland,and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa. He also frequently collaborates with legendary Producer/Bassist Bill Laswell, and his ongoing "Power Of The Trinity" project was featured on CNN on November 27,2012 (Jimi Hendrix' birthday).His most recent project is "Big Apple Blues",his 2nd collaboration with Pulitzer Prize winning Poet Yusef Komunyakaa.


     

  • 01:08

    Historical Motown Records & Jack the Rapper w/ Author Walker Smith

    in Relationships

    Welcome to the QPKS Network! Today we welcome, Author Walker Smith to talk the Historical Motown Records, Jack the Rapper and more!


    ABOUT WALKER SMITH


    As the child of a jazz drummer and a book-addicted beatnik, Walker Smith grew up in a house filled with music and literature. The music bug bit first, and Walker was signed as a recording artist with the prestigious Casablanca label (under the name Bobbi Walker). But between studio sessions and appearances, she quietly pressed on with her creative writing and history studies. Three solo albums later, she walked away from the music business and headed for New York to pursue her real dream to write. She wrote interviews and articles for African Voices and Vertigo magazines, features for the Reel Sisters Film Festival, and a collaborative biography with black radio pioneer Jack the Rapper Gibson. After releasing her first historical novel  The Color Line , Walker Smith began work on what would   become her most personal novel--Bluestone Rondo.


    CONTACT P.K. SPEARMAN


    www.LivingLargeLive.net or give her a call at: (513)-512-LLTV


    CONTACT WALKER SMITH


    To schedule an interview with Walker, contact: Jacqueline Rhinehart (917)-554-2851


    www.WalkerSmithBooks.com


    You want to guest on The QPKS Network with P.K., please send all serious inquiries to: Info@LivingLargeLive.net

  • 00:31

    Columbia Records Tony Bennett, Benny Goodman and Andere Kostelanetz

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Columbia Records Tony Bennett, Benny Goodman & Andere Kostelanetz


    Benny Goodman & Orchestra ‎ Spring Song


    Honeysuckle Rose


    Tony Bennet with Percy Faith & Orchestra ‎– Blue Velvet


    Solitaire


    Kostelanetz, Andre: Swamp fire


    Casey Jones 


    The sound effect Man


    Little songs for little ones


    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


    Benny Goodman & Orchestra ‎– Spring Song / Honeysuckle Rose


     Columbia ‎– 35319 R 1939 


    A: Spring Song


    Guitar – Arnold Corvarrubias 


    B: Honeysuckle Rose


    Guitar – Charles Christian 


    Tony Bennet with Percy Faith & Orchestra ‎– Blue Velvet / Solitaire


    Columbia 39555 R  1951 


    A: Blue Velvet


    By – B. Wayne & Morris 


     B:  Solitaire


    By –Nutter, Guion, &Borek 


    Swamp fire


    AUTHOR/CREATOR Andere Kostelanetz1901-1908  


    IMPRINT New York: Columbia, [1940]


    RESPONSIBILITY Mooney. Casey Jones: fox trot.


    NOTE Columbia: 35785 (mx B 22725, mx B 22728).


    Andre Kostelanetz conducts.


    http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/7849347


    Casey Jones - 1938-04-13; matrix: B22728; 


    http://honkingduck.com/discography/artist/andre_kostelanitz_conducts


    VOCO   1950 New York City 32 tc-16


    The sound effect Man


    Little songs for little ones

  • 00:59

    It's All In the Akashic Records

    in Spirituality

    Join host Nikki Williams on Wed. April 8 @ 7:00 p.m. for Radio PRS.  This week our guest is the amazing Stephanie Forcier who provides some of the most insightful readings around.  Stephanie does Akashic Record readings.  Find out how this works and how these readings can help you in your search for guidence.  If you'd like to call and talk with Stephanie and Nikki, call us at 646-668-8212.

  • 02:02

    Sound Track Revolution

    in Music

    A Progressive Music & Talk Show hosted by Crystal Cartier & Sir HunyBuny featuring Spiritual & Sociological Food for Thought, Live Chat, Poetry & Multiple Genres of Music by the International Independent Artists of the Moiko Records Family. Call in to Share your thoughts 347-539-5752 or simply tune in for thought provoking entertainment.


     



  • 00:35

    Little Known 78 records shared with Facebooks Friends

    in Music

    ““Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Little Known 78 records shared with Facebooks Friends


    Charles Harrison: Always


     Franklin Baur “Meet me tonight in Dreamland” 


    Joe Biviano, his Accordion and Rhythm Sextette:  That’s A Plenty


    Scotch Medley  


    Ben Light: “Three O’clock in the Morning “


    “Miss You”


    Kay Kyser & Orchestra I Came Here To Talk for Joe


     Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition


    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


    Shellac 10” 78 rpm


    Charles Harrison: Always


    Bell Records 394-A:  written By Irving Berlin, Tenor Solo


    Franklin Baur “Meet me tonight in Dreamland” 


    394-B: Tenor solo by Slater-Whitson-Friedman


    Joe Biviano, his Accordion & Rhythm Sextette:  That’s A Plenty


    Sonora Records “Clear as a Bell” Ms-476-5 1111-A, September 1945


    The Sonora 1000 Series: Albums from 1945


    By Lou Pollack


    B Side Scotch Medley, 1111-B MS476-6


    The Lightning Fingers of Ben Light: “Three O’clock in the Morning “


    With Lloyd Sloop: Baldwin & Bob Mitchell: Hammond Organ


    Tempo records “Custom Made Records “TR 1238-A


    By Robledo &Terriss


    B Side “Miss You”


    TR1238-B, written By Tobias & Tobias & Tobias


    Kay Kyser & Orchestra ‎– I Came Here To Talk For Joe / Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition!


    Columbia 36640


    A side:  I Came Here to Talk for Joe Vocals – Harry Babbitt


    Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition! Vocals – Glee Club

  • 00:15

    Capitol Records and Jo Stafford

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Capitol Records and Jo Stafford


    Link to listen and enjoy:


     http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/14/capitol-records-and-jo-stafford


     (1) That’s For Me  


    Label: Capitol 689-1A (213)


    Format: Shellac 78 RPM, 10" 


    Roger’s and Hammerstein from the Movie “State Fair”  


    (2)  Gee, it’s good to hold you  


    Capitol 688-4A 213


    Written by Roberts and Fisher


    Trumpet Solo by Billy Butterfield


    (3) I didn’t mean a word I Said


    Capitol (900) 238


    Written by Adamson- Mc Hugh


    From the Movie “Do You Love Me?”


    With Paul Weston and His Orchestra


    (4) You May Not Love Me


    Capitol (821) 238 


    Written by Burke and Van Heusen


    Form the Movie “Nellie Boy”


    With Paul Weston and His Orchestra


    Show 206, 78 record show 30


     


    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. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or 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

    Government Forced Use of Electronic Health Records Harms Patients

    in Politics Conservative

    Dr. Jeffrey Singer: The ongoing debate over ObamaCare has obscured another important example of government meddling in medicine. Starting this year, physicians like myself who treat Medicare patients must adopt electronic health records, known as EHRs, which are digital versions of a patient’s paper charts. If doctors do not comply, our reimbursement rates will be cut by 1%, rising to a maximum of 5% by the end of the decade…I am an unwilling participant in this program. In my experience, EHRs harm my patients more than they help.


     


    Dr. Singer practices general surgery in Phoenix and is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute.


     


     


     


    Tags:  Dr Jeffrey Singer, Obamacare, electronic health records, EHRs, digital, reimbursement, patient

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