Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 85 – m4a – Artists of Yesteryear (British & American) 7

August 29, 2016

Artists of Yesteryear (British & American) 7

Name Artist Album Year Comments
Morning Town Ride [Junior Choice] George Blackmore Television and Radio Themes [EMI MFP 1311] 1969 3-12 Compton plus Melotone, Plough Public House, Great Munden, Herts, England; ex-Gaumont, Finchley, London
Breezin’ Along with the Breeze George Welling By George! [Amberlee AML 310] 1975 3-8 Wurlitzer, Granada Theatre, East Ham, London
All By Myself Leonard MacClain Melody Mac at the Console [Ralbar SOLP-6302] 3-31 Kimball, Stanton Theatre, Baltimore; previously Stanley Theatre
Wagon Wheels Larry Vannucci Organ Favourites on the Wurlitzer Pipe Organ [Sequoia LP] 1960 3-13 Wurlitzer, Style 240, Opus 1980; Golden Gate Theatre San Francisco; Larry’s first LP, aged 42
My Dearest Dear Hubert Selby I Love To Hear You Singing [Stetone LP] 1977 3-8 Wurlitzer, Town Hall, Burton-on-Trent (installed 1972); ex-Cameo Theatre, Cleveland, OH (1925 as a 2-8); then to Forum/ABC Cinema, Wythenshaw, Manchester (1934)
The Lights Of Vienna Charles Smitton A Paramount Selection [LTOT Cassette 9510] 4-20 Wurlitzer, Odeon Theatre, Manchester
High Noon Gaylord Carter Classic Film Themes for Organ 4-36 Wurlitzer, Simonton Residence, Toluca Lake, Los Angeles
I’m Old Fashioned Buddy Nolan Embassy at Midnight [Concert Recording CR-0007-T] 1966 4-16 Page, Embassy Theatre, Ft. Wayne, IN
McNamara’s Band Tiny James Intermission Time [Doric DO (S)1210 Electronic Stereo] 1957 3-11 Wurlitzer, Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA

1 Comment

  1. Stan Krider

    On website, film music critic, Roger Hall, tells readers that when Tex Ritter sang the song, High Noon, on the film’s sound track, he was accompanied by a guitar, accordion and Novachord, an interesting combination of instruments for a western movie.

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