Hot Pipes Half Hour Broadcast 4 – mp3

January 30, 2015

Name Artist Album Year Comments
Side By Side Arnold Loxam At The Consoles [OS Digital CD] 1993 Dual Console 4-50 Compton and Melotone, Guildhall, Southampton, England
Don’t Fence Me In Stan Kann and Ralph Wolf Anything Goes! [Piping Hot CD] 1996 3-16 Wurlitzer, San Gabriel Civic Auditorium, CA; ex Albee Theatre, Brooklyn, NY; plus grand piano on stage
Primero Douglas Reeve Bright ‘n Early [Cinema Organ Society CD] 4-49 HNB Christie, Dome, Brighton
Red Sails In The Sunset; Mountain Greenery Dudley Savage Perfect Partners [2-CD] 3-8 Compton + Melotone, Royal/ABC Plymouth, Devon, UK
High Hopes Tony Fenelon Theatre Organ Magic [Stanza CD] 1967 4-22 Wurlitzer, Hoyt’s Regent Theatre, Melbourne
Reaching For The Moon Ernest Broadbent Blackpool Favourites [EMI One-Up OU 2171] 1977 3-14 Wurlitzer, Tower Ballroom, Blackpool
Music! Music! Music! Jonas Nordwall Double Feature [J. Nelson & Co CD] 2002 Allen Renaissance R311 (similar to 3/13 Wurlitzer) and C19c 2/8
Once In Love With Amy David Shepherd Stratford Revisted 1975 2-7 Wurlitzer, Rex Cinema, Stratford, London; sold in aid of the reinstallation of the organ in the Royalty, Bowness
The Aba Daba Honeymoon Bill Vlasak Music! Music! Music! [WJV Productions CD] 1996 4-42 Wurlitzer, Paramount Music Palace, Indianapolis; originally 4/20 Crawford Special, Paramount Oakland

3 Comments

  1. Trevor Coard

    Bit of a mix up in this list of pieces from “Red Sails in the Sunset/Mountain Greenery” onward!
    The list should read:
    1 – 4 (correct)
    5. High Hopes
    6. Reaching for the Moon
    7. Music! Music! Music!
    8. Once In Love With Amy – David Shepherd – Rex Cinema, Stratford, East London
    9. Aba Daba Honeymoon

  2. hotpipes-steve

    A mix-up indeed. I’ve absolutely no idea how this can happen as, in theory at least, it’s a ‘foolproof’ process from iTunes to the web playlists. Now corrected and I do hope there are no more! 🙂

  3. Trevor Coard

    “Foolproof” not! I have had many problems with the iTunes db in the past. Seems that some track rearrangements sit in the computer’s cache ready for action, however for some unknown reason, never quite make it to the re-ordered/updated db view. Frustrating at best and does tend to catch you out on occasions.
    Maybe someone will come up with an air-blown mechanical database made of real wood and brass that, by virtue of mechanical competence, very rarely fails to deliver correct results every time!
    Keep up the good work, and thanks for all the corrections (…so far!).

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