Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 40 – mp3

October 26, 2015

Name Artist Album Year Comments
I’ve Got The World On A String Billy Nalle The Wizard Of The Organ Early Allen MOS-1 digital
As Time Goes By William Davies Theatre Organ Echoes 3: Romance [Organ 1st CD] 1986 3-7 Compton, Regal Cinema, Henley-on-Thames
Cockney Capers Kevin Morgan Theatre Organ Echoes 2: Best Of British [Organ 1st CD] 1997 4-16 Compton, Wyton House, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, UK; ex-Astoria, Southend (1935) 4-11 Compton
Shangri-La Ann Leaf Spectacular Pipe Organ [Warner Bros. WS 1609] 1965 Buddy Cole Studio 3-27 Wurlitzer-Morton (3-17 Wurlitzer Ex United Artists Theatre, Los Angeles & 3-9 Robert Morton from Capitol Theatre, Marshalltown, Iowa
Memory Corner: I’ll Be Around; Waltzing in the Clouds; I’m Sure of Everything but You; Chinatown, My Chinatown Stanley Wyllie Fascinatin’ Rhythm [COS Cassette] 4-10 Compton, Ritz Cinema, Belfast; opened 1936 Harold Ramsay, removed 1972 after flooding
Hors d’Oeuvres Phil Kelsall Hear My Song [AP Promotions CD] 2013 3-14 Wurlitzer, Tower Ballroom, Blackpool
There Goes That Song Again Bill Vlasak Sentimental Journey [WJV CD] 1992 4-42 Wurlitzer, Paramount Music Palace, Indianapolis, IN; (originally 4/20 Crawford Special, Paramount Oakland)
American Girl Two Step Ron Rhode Thine Alone: The Music Of Victor Herbert [Roxy CD] 2004 5-80 Wurlitzer, Sanfilippo Residence, Barrington IL


  1. Alan Taylor

    Hi, Steve,

    greetings from a sunny (until today!) Scotland.

    I must congratulate you on the new web site – it is a great relief not having to deal with flakey sites, passwords and all the agro it has been recently when all we wanted to do was hear the music playing.
    My ears fairly picked up when I heard my name again in conection with organs plus, although, as you commented, the organ was fairly subdued. I find it exciting that our favourite instrument is increasingly being featured with other instruments, it is such a versatile accompanist/concertist (is there such a word meaning musical partner?)
    Your programmes are always fascinating and educational and I love listening to them. It’s very sad that so many people are unwilling to pay the pittance you asked for to help with the running costs and take it as some sort of right to take everything they can get on the internet for free.
    I will not be cancelling my subscription and am happy to support Hot Pipes in any way I can.
    Keep up the excellent work – so many of us get great pleasure from your results.
    Best wishes,

  2. hotpipes-steve

    And greetings, Alan, from a very sunny southern Spain! Your comments are well taken. It’s a relief to be able to focus on the Prime Objectives. The new server is handling all the extra traffic extremely well (am I tempting fate here?) and so far most listeners appear to have adapted to the new setup.
    Thank you for your on-going financial support. When there’s so much free material available on the Internet, it’s always going to be a tough deal to ask for subscriptions. Most have opted to continue with their regular payments, I’m happy to say!

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