hi from a cold London if i dance maybe i will get warm !!!
Loving the Eskimo Boogie, very fitting for a freezing cold day in Dublin !
ChooChoo - ATL:
Enjoying the show today, this time here in Atlanna.
Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:
149 7th Street for Bell House.
hi from croatia, europe :)
If you want to hear some Croatian music, I've got some 78s & an LP or 2 from Grandma & Grampa's.
please, tell yura from croatia i love him and i can't wait to see him again.
you're awsome! greets from slovakia, central europe
hahah that's awesome :D
Had lunch yesterday in the Two Boots on 9th Ave and 44th Street. Not going into detail, but looking at their wall of movie posters was very much like listening to your show.
Once I played a track for some friends, and one of them identified one as "Buffalo Gals" xlated into Serbo-Croatian. Well, we assume that's the way the xlation went rather than vice versa! Not that my friend knew the language, just the tune.
I also have a Little Golden Record of Jack Mercer singing Popeye The Sailor Man.
Mary Kathryn Milos of Vernon, Missouri
You might have to ask Mary a little louder Rex!
Was that a decelerando, or did it just seem like it?
The "Dirty D", as Detroit Dragway was affectionately known, was opened in 1959 by Gil Kohn.
Died in 1998 and is now Brownstown Business Center
Roger Christian! A REAL BOSS JOCK! He is missed!
Ken in Denver:
What a Saturday: Rex on the stereo, Al Jazeera on the TV....
Ken in Denver,
Gidget is on though!
Ken in Denver:
wow these stompers are great.thank 4 this!
I have the the mute button depressed on the tv clicker. TV for the eyes, Rex for the ears and IBM machine for the brain
Holy cow, that's an incredible cover of Drip Drop.
Glen Stuart was an arranger and conductor used by Laurie for other records (he is listed on Cathy Carr Laurie records, for example) who hired studio singers and musicians specifically for the job of imitating Dion's Columbia hits.
Rex, I think you ought to write a book about " The old noise"!