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The Big Broadcast [sound recording] : jazz and popular music of the 1920s & 1930s / compiled and annotated by Rich Conaty
Music Music | Rivermont Records | p2005
Available at Adult Compact Disc (Call number: MJ COLL BBJ R41)
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Adult Compact Disc MJ COLL BBJ R41 CHECK SHELF


Lynchburg, VA : Rivermont Records, p2005.
1 sound disc (74 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Selections from Conaty's radio program, The Big Broadcast, broadcast from WFUV-FM at Fordham University.
Various performers.
Producers: Bryan Wright and Rich Conaty.
Compact disc.
My Papa doesn't two-time no time (Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra) -- Blues in F (Mound City Blue Blowers) -- Rosy cheeks (Ben Bernie's Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra) -- Me and my shadow (Scrappy Lambert) -- Soliloquy (Don Voorhees and His Orchestra) -- I'm more than satisfied (Larry Abbott and His Orchestra) -- Happy rhythm (Musical Stevedores) -- Tip toe thru the tulips (Fred Rich and His Orchestra) -- Blue again (Marion Harris) -- Is that religion? (Can Calloway and His Orchestra) -- Goin' to town (Red Nichols and His Five Pennies) -- Jig time (The Three Keys) -- Look what I've got (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) -- Thank heaven for you (Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees) -- The river's takin' care of me (Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra) -- Here you come with love (Ted Lewis and His Band) -- I never knew (Chocolate Dandies) -- St. Louis blues (Cliff Edwards with the Eton Boys) -- Mellow as a 'cello (Joe Venuti and His Blue Four) -- Mary Lou (Mal Hallett and His Orchestra) -- Just one of those things (Garland Wilson) -- Shall we dance (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) -- China boy (Gene Austin) -- Adam's apple (Barney Rapp and His Orchestra) -- It don't mean a thing (Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra).
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AEC, 1-07
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Jazz and popular music of the 1920s & 1930s
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BSW 1141 Rivermont Records
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