Welcome to Rapidly Rotating Records, bringing you vintage music to which you can't *not* tap your toes, from rapidly rotating 78RPM records of the 1920s and'30s.
On this week's show we'll have some "Sunday" songs, we'll engage in a little romance, hear some songs about orchids, visit the lost and found. This being a warm, lazy summer afternoon, we'll also do some swinging in the hammock!
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Enjoy the show!
Here's the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Orchids
An Orchid To You – Eddy Duchin and His Central Park Casino Orchestra / Lew Sherwood, v.
Blue Orchids – Glenn Miller AHO / Ray Eberle, v.
Orchids In The Moonlight – Enric Madriguera Orchestra
Segment 2: Sunday
My Sunday Girl – Edwin J. McEnelly's Orchestra / Frederick L. Wade, v.
On A Certain Sunday – Ozzie Nelson AHO / Ozzie Nelson, v.
It's Sunday Down In Caroline – Ted Lewis and His Band / Shirley Jay, v.
Segment 3: Romance
Here's To Romance – California Ramblers (Joe Haymes Orch.) / Skeeter Palmer, v.
Rhythm And Romance – Fats Waller and His Rhythm / Fats Waller, v.
Romance – George Olsen and His Music
Segment 4: Lost
Lost And Found – Bert Block and His Bell Music / Bill Johnson, v.
I Lost My Gal Again – Carolina Club Orchestra (Harry Reser) / Tom Stacks, v.
I Lost My Heart In Monterey – Frivolity Club Orchestra (Jack Denny)
Segment 5: Found
I Found You "Out" When I Found You "In" (Someone Else's Arms) –
Tom Gerunovich and His Roof Garden Orchestra / Steve Bowers & Orch., v.
I Found You – Ben Selvin AHO / Paul Small, v.
I Found A Round-a-bout Way To Heaven – Johnny Hamp's Kentucky Serenaders
BONUS TRACK: National Hammock Day (July 22)
Swinging In A Hammock – University Orchestra (Sam Lanin) / Claude Reese, v.
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