Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 3 – mp3

January 30, 2015

Name Artist Album Year Comments
Flying Down To Rio Simon Gledhill Kavalkade [DTOS CD] 1996 3-57 Kimball, Dickinson High School, Wilmington, DE; ex Boyd Theatre, Philadelphia 3-19
Martha Ann Leaf That Ain’t The Way I Heard It [Request RLP 10073] 4-33 Robert Morton, Lorin Whitney Studio, Glendale CA
The Man I Love Len Rawle Nice ‘n Easy [Piping Hot CD] 2003 3-10 Wurlitzer, Ritz Ballroom, Brighouse, Yorkshire
The Peanut Polka Jim Riggs Granada [RTR CD] 1991 3-21 Grande Barton, Granada Theatre, Kansas City, KS
Parade Of The Sunbeams Richard Hills Grand Variety [Silver Street CD] 2011 Dual Console 4-50 Compton and Melotone, Guildhall, Southampton, England
Only Forever Sidney Torch Torchlight Music [Sterndale CD] 1941 3-13 Wurlitzer, Opera House, Blackpool
Laura Joseph Seal Wurlitzer Wonderland [Golden Hour GH 609] 3-12 Wurlitzer plus grand piano, Musical Museum, Brentford, Middx; ex-Regal, Kingston-upon-Thames (2445 seats)
San Francisco Walt Strony Alhambra [Kautz Ironstone Vineyards CD] 1997 3-15 Robert Morton, Kautz Ironstone Vineyards, Murphys, CA; ex-Alhambra Theatre, Sacramento

3 Comments

  1. Trevor Coard

    Appears to be a mistake on the listing for this page! The listing does not reflect the actual pieces in this broadcast.
    Following on from “Only Forever”, there are two pieces: “Glora” and “San Francisco”, whilst the last piece in this listing “Broadway Rhythm”, does not exist .

  2. hotpipes-steve

    Thanks, Trevor, for noticing the errors. You are the first to comment on this since the posting at the beginning of 2015 – well spotted. I had to go back to the original script to confirm the actual selections, since the database which generates the playlists was also wrong. All now corrected!

  3. Trevor Coard

    Thank you Steve for you very fast response.
    It is good to know that you are quickly rectifying the listing errors, and in this respect will continue to leave similar comments on other broadcast listings as and when I come across them. Hopefully this may be of some help to other readers on this site.
    I must add that this is an excellent site for any theatre organ fanatic, and I thank you for all the hard work that was involved in producing a such a fine collection of high quality pieces. Excellent work!

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