Welcome to "Rapidly Rotating Records", Glenn Robison's weekly, one-hour radio program of "toe-tapping music from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and 30s", broadcast Sunday evening at 6:00 PM over KISL FM 88.7 Avalon.
On this week's show we'll celebrate the birthdays of Lou Gold, Kay Swift and Lou Herscher, see what we can and can't do, and do some drifting. As always, just click on the link below to instantly listen streaming online and/or download the show. And of course, your comments, requests and topic suggestions are always welcome and easilt posted to the site by scrolling down to the bottom of this page.
Here's the complete playlist:
TOPIC: Lou Gole
That's My Girl – Warner's Seven Aces / Ralph Bennett, v.
Happiness – Lou Gold AHO / Jerry White, v.
Driftwood – Naylor's Seven Aces
I'll Tell The World (You're The World To Me) – Lou Gold AHO / Irving Kaufman, v.
TOPIC: Kay Swift
Can This Be Love? – Victor Arden and Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra / Frank Luther, v.
Can't We Be Friends? – Bing Crosby
Fine And Dandy – Dorsey Brothers Orchestra /Scrappy Lambert, v.
TOPIC: Can't We…?
Can't We Meet Again? – Ray Noble AHO / Al Bowlly, v.
Can't We Talk It Over? – Ruth Etting
Can't We Get Together? – Irving Mills and His Hotsy Totsy Gang / Lillian Morton, v.
Drifting Apart – Jean Goldkette AHO / Frank Bessinger, v.
Drifting Down The Shalimar – George Scott Wood AHO / Sam Browne, v.
Driftin' Tide – Ray Noble AHO / Al Bowlly, v.
Drifting And Dreaming – George Olsen and His Music / Bob Borger, Bob RIce, Fran Frey, George Olsen, v.
TOPIC: Lou Herscher
Moonlight In Mandalay – Edwin J. McEnelly's Orchestra / James Lewis, v.
You're Just A Great Big Baby Doll – Ted Weems AHO / Parker Gibbs, v.
(It's Too Darned Hot For A Hot Tune) Play Me A Frigid Air – The Village Barn Orchestra (Sid Peltyn)
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