1. Recorded in early April , with a broadcast date of October 3, , it's American Popular Song Show #1! This is the first show NPR listeners heard, and, for many, their first exposure to Alec Wilder Singer Barbara Lea joins Alec and Loonis for a lively exploration of the pastoral songs of Willard Robison (), "a strange, indigenous talent" All songs by Willard Robison, except.
  2. The song list is just as impressive; "What Is This Thing Called Love," "Love for Sale," "Anything Goes," "You're the Top," "Begin the Beguine," and "Count Your Blessings," for starters. There were also such films as Silk Stockings, Born to Dance, Broadway Melody of , High Society, and Night and Day.
  3. Set Price 78 rpm Record Sale It's time to thin out my collection and am offering the following records for sale. There will be more to come as there are a few thousand duplicates/extras to go through. Please check back often. There will be classical, opera, dance bands, jazz, blues, pop, ethnic, albums and will range from teens into the 50s.
  4. YouTube History of Music: Birth of Modern Jazz 4: String instruments: Bass - Guitar - Harp - Violin. Recording profiles of early modern jazz string musicians who recorded before Sessions, first record releases, composers, et al.
  5. Who Do You Love? (as Klages) Willard Robison - Who Do You Love? / G String Melody ‎ (Shellac, 10", Bro).
  6. The group consisted of Harold Lucas, Matthew McQuater, Harold Winley and John "Buddy" Bailey at that time, but would start experiencing personnel changes in They were yet the above-mentioned configuration upon releasing 'Don't You Know I Love You' and 'Fool, Fool, Fool' in , both topping the charts at No. 1. The group, now altered.
  7. Citing this page: (MLA Style) Abrams, Steve and Settlemier, Tyrone. "VICTOR 78rpm Numerical Listing Discography: - " The Online Discographical Project.
  8. 78rpm shellac discs donated from the Batavia Public Library Thorpe Collection to the Archive of Contemporary Music and digitized by George Blood, LP for the Internet Archive. Turntable used for 78rpm digitization of four simultaneous recordings with different.
  9. Willard Robison w/Ipana Troubadours - Wake Up! Chill'un, Wake Up! () - from Columbia D Meyer Davis' Hotel Astor Orch (Joe Moss dir) (SL v) - Oh! How I Adore You () - Brunswick Clyde McCoy and his Orch - Sugar Blues () - Melotone M A.

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