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Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 73 – m4a

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Name Artist Album Year Comments
Colonel Bogey March Lew Williams Fanfare [OSP CD] 2001 4-78 Wurlitzer, Organ Stop Wurlitzer, Mesa AZ
Do, Do, Do David Shepherd The Entertainer [Tonawanda Sound TWs 1002] 1974 3-12 Compton plus Melotone, Plough Public House, Great Munden, Herts, England; ex-Gaumont, Finchley, London
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Tom Hazleton Redford Theatre – Various Concerts 3-10 Barton, Redford Theatre, Detroit, MI
A Trumpeter’s Lullaby David Hamilton Intermission! [Joys 218] 1971 4-16 Wurlitzer, Gaumont State Theatre, Kilburn, London (1937)
Yoo Hoo; Fit As A Fiddle; I Love To Whistle David Lobban Blackpool Tower Centenary Special [SOW CD] 1994 3-14 Wurlitzer, Tower Ballroom, Blackpool
How High The Moon Tom Wibbels For You Only [Impro Cassette] 1984 4-48 Wurlitzer, Cardinal Music Palace, Ft. Wayne, IN; formerly Fox Theatre, Brooklyn (1928); now Wurlitzer Manor, Gig Harbor, Washington (from 1986)
In A Clock Store Douglas Reeve Brighton Brassy [Pipe Organ Presentations CD] 4-49 Christie/Hill, Norman & Beard, Dome, Brighton, Sussex
The Cop On The Beat, The Man In The Moon, And Me Peter Mintun, Jim Roseveare Piano At The Paramount 1985 4-27 Wurlitzer, Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA; duet

2 thoughts on “Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 73 – m4a”

  1. Steve,
    Thank you for presenting Peter Mintun/Jim Roseveare.
    I look forward to more of these.
    Apparently Roseveare did not record many recording, even tho his stylings mimicked Crawford’s.

  2. You are correct, Stan. Rosy didn’t make many recordings, but I do have a some concert material of his in addition to the commercial releases. Search the site (via the magnifying glass top right) for more tracks. – Steve

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