Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 96 – mp3 – George Wright’s 95th Anniversary of his Birth

November 21, 2016

George Wright’s 95th Anniversary of his Birth

This sound file has been archived: it is available here (The m4a version is not archived)

Name Artist Album Year Comments
Say “Si Si” (Para Vigo Me Voy) George Wright Grant Union High School 1940 4-21 Wurlitzer, Grant Union High School, Sacramento, CA: 11 May 1940
Look For The Silver Lining George Wright Musak Transcription X-759 1945 4-36 Wurlitzer, Paramount Theatre, New York
You’ve Got To See Mamma Ev’ry Night (or you don’t see Mamma at all)  – NOT Jazz Baby as announced. (With thanks to Edwin Sinclair for the correction) George Wright Home Federal Savings Program 3-28 Wurlitzer, South Pasadena Studio
I Wanna Be Loved By You George Wright At The Fox, Volume One [Banda CD] Fox Theatre, San Francisco; 4-36 ‘Crawford Special’ Wurlitzer – rec 1956 to 1959
The Rickety Rickshaw Man George Wright Volume Two – Flight to Tokyo [Banda CD] 1959 5-21 Wurlitzer, Richard Vaughn Studio, Hollywood, CA; ex-Paradise Theatre, Chicago
Willow Weep For Me George Wright Home Federal Savings Program 3-28 Wurlitzer, South Pasadena Studio
Cheek To Cheek George Wright Chicago Two [Banda CD] 1979 4-27 Wurlitzer, Chicago Theatre
Ain’t We Got Fun? George Wright Live – In Concert [Dot Stereo LP] 1966 2-10 Wurlitzer, Rialto Theatre, South Pasadena, CA
Singin’ In The Rain George Wright Let George Do It Again [Banda CD] 2004 4-33 Allen Renaissance George Wright IV Signature, installed in home of Dwight Beacham


  1. Edwin Sinclair

    Steve; Really enjoy the the programming. Especially the GW stuff as it’s what I grew up with and it’s my kind of playing. One slight correction on program #96. The trird track labled as “Jazz Baby” is incorrect. The actual title is “You’ve Gotta See Mama Every Night’ originally recorded by Sophie Tucker. Keep up the good work Steve and thanks again.

  2. Stephen Ashley

    Thanks, Edwin, for the heads-up. You’re quite correct – that Home Fed track was mis-titled. That’s one of the problems of getting a pile of unnamed tracks and going through and trying to ID them. It drives me nuts sometimes! BUT, on further research, the YouTube video and most of the versions that I have in my library get the title wrong, albeit slightly. It’s “You’ve Got To See Mamma Ev’ry Night (or you can’t see Mamma at all)” – (And to be fair, many of the record companies back then also slipped up on some titles.)
    I’m correcting the playlist for 96.

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