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Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 82 – m4a – Artists of Yesteryear (American) 4

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Name Artist Album Year Comments
Mexican Hat Dance Al Melgard At The Chicago Stadium Vol. 2 [Audio Fidelity AFSD 5887] 1 1959 6-51 Barton, Chicago Stadium
On The Street Where You Live Ashley Miller Showtime [Command LP] 1963 4-36 Wurlitzer, Paramount Theatre, New York; last commercial recording made on Paramount
Blue Prelude Bill Thomson An Evening With Bill Thomson [Lift BT 1002] 1964 2-10 Wurlitzer, Rialto Theatre, South Pasadena, CA
Pietro’s Return Everett Nourse Farewell To The Fox, Volume 3 [Fantasy 85018] 4-36 Wurlitzer, Fox Theatre, San Francisco, CA
Unchained Melody Kay McAbee Light The Lights: A Musical Tribute [DSP-1406] 1992 3-30 Hybrid, Congress Theatre, Chicago, IL
Sweet Nothings Sigmund Krumgold, Shilkret’s Rhyth-Melodists John Landon 2 NR 1928 Estey, Victor Studios, Camden, NJ
I’m Beginning To See the Light Stan Kann Meet Me at The Fox [CD] 1992 4-36 Crawford Special Wurlitzer, Fox Theatre, St. Louis
The Aba Daba Honeymoon Lyn Larsen

2 thoughts on “Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 82 – m4a – Artists of Yesteryear (American) 4”

  1. Terrific show, Steve! Thoroughly enjoyed it; in fact I enjoyed it so much I’m half an hour later getting to bed than I intended!

    We visited Mundelein when over for the Convention in 98 and I’m sure it was Johnny Seng who entertained us then. Struck me at the time it was a funny place for a Wurlitzer, being in an RC chapel, but the sound and the playing were glorious.

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