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A pennant-winning battery of songland. Ongoing feature: Single File, a half-hour of randomly selected small records with big holes.
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|Fats Waller||London Suite: Whitechapel||Handful of Keys||Proper||2004||CD||Recorded 1939|
|Ray Noble and His Orchestra||Top Hat||Victor||1935||78||Featuring Al Bowlly and the Freshmen|
|Fred Astaire||A Foggy Day||Silver Screen Series: A Damsel in Distress/The Sky's the Liimit||Curtain Calls||?||LP||Recorded 1938|
|Noel Coward||London Pride||The Compact Coward||EMI UK||1989||CD||Recorded 1941|
|Fats Waller||London Suite: Piccadilly||Handful of Keys||Proper||2004||CD||Recorded 1939|
|Roy Fox and His Band||When You've a Little Springtime in Your Heart||Decca UK||1934||78||Featuring Denny Dennis|
|Frank Sinatra||It Happens Every Spring||Rarities||Columbia||1988||CD||Recorded in the late 40s|
|Jack Hylton and His Orchestra||Harmonica Harry||Jack's Back!||ASV/Living Era||1982||LP||Recorded 1930|
|Lonnie Glosson||Lonnie's Fox Chase||Black and White Hillbilly Music||Trikont||1996||CD||Recorded in the 30s|
|Sonny Terry||Riff and Harmonica Jump||The Pig's Big 78s: A Beginner's Guide||Trikont||2006||CD|
|Little Walter and His Night Cats||Juke||Blues Masters: Volume 4, Harmonica Classics||Rhino||1992||CD||Recorded 1952|
|DeFord Bailey||Pan American Blues||From Where I Stand: The Black Experience in Country Music||Warner Brothers||1998||CD||Recorded 1927|
|The Growler||In the Dew and the Rain||Calypso Carnival 1936-1941||Rounder||1993||CD||Recorded 1939|
|Wilmouth Houdini & His Royal Calypsonians||He Had It Coming||Decca||1935||78|
|Colin Kelly||The Snorkel Song||Legends of Calypso||ARC||2002||CD|
|Macbeth the Great||Man Smart, Woman Smarter||Calypso at Midnight||Rounder||1999||CD||Recorded live in 1946 at Town Hall, NYC, hosted by Alan Lomax|
|Lord Executor||The Lajobless||Calypso Calaloo: Early Carnival Music from Trinidad||Rounder||1993||CD||Recorded 1938|
|Miguelito Valdes||Adiosito||Seeco||early 50s||78|
First comment! Woo hoo!
Play some "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"! WOOOOOOOOOO (pass out drunk)
Dave in NC:
Good evening, Joe,
You're off to a fantastic start. I love Fats Waller. Ray Noble was very enjoyable also.
Thanks, Dave! Glad you're enjoying the Londonesque start of the show!
More from your Pennsylvania collector visit/session some time? Inquiring minds want to know...
cor blimey guv! thanks for the lullabies at bedtime.
The National Anthem is...surface noise! No wait, that's another DJ's line...
Aren't Mad Dogs and Englishmen synonymous?
I'm looking at you PtheP!
Calypso?! I've heard this kind of show before. Joe, you're doing great, but those are old shoes you are filling.
Ha ha! Hey, I can play some calypso, too!
I am smiling thinking about that rolling pin -- thanks!
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