Hot Pipes Podcast 167 – m4a – New tracks and Karl Cole Tribute

October 1, 2015

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Name Artist Album Year Comments
Manhattan Serenade Robert Maidhof Opening Night [DSP-1407] 2014 4-23 Robert Morton, Loew’s Theatre, Jersey City, NJ
3:46
The Power of Love Nicholas Martin The Wonder of You 2012 3-19 Wurlitzer, Turner’s Musical Merry-Go-Round, Northampton, England; ex Odeon/Paramount Newcastle; re-issues of deleted recordings
7:22
The Best Is Yet To Come Ken Double Let’s Play Two [CD] 2014 4-21 Robert Morton Hybrid, Larry Grundy Residence, North San Diego County, CA
10:27
Romance, Op. 44, No. 1 (Anton Rubenstein) Stan Kann, Bob Ralston ATOS 1996 Pasadena 1996 4-31 Wurlitzer, Founders’ Church of Religious Science, Los Angeles, CA; 1996-07-07
14:16
To Russia With Love Johnny Seng Johnny [Concert Recording CR-0057-T] 4-19 Howell-Wurlitzer, St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, Mundelein, IL
17:35
These Foolish Things Ernest Broadbent Concert: Ossett Town Hall 1979 1979 3-13 Compton-Christie, Town Hall, Ossett, Yorkshire
23:54
The Darktown Strutters’ Ball Karl Cole Maestro [Springdale Music Palace cassette] 1987 4-33 Wurlitzer, Springdale Music Palace, Springdale, OH; ex-Mastbaum Theatre, Philadelphia (1929)
26:23
These Are The Things I Love Karl Cole This Is Karl Cole [Essential ERS 1011] 3-11 Wurlitzer, Empire State Theatre, New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY; ex-B.F. Keith Theatre, Syracuse
29:22
New York, New York Karl Cole Live 3-20 Wurlitzer, Riviera Theater, North Tonawanda, NY (Niagara Frontier Theater Organ Society)
31:45
Music, Maestro, Please; You’ll Never Know (vocal) Karl Cole, Terry Moore (drums) Maestro [Springdale Music Palace cassette] 1987 4-33 Wurlitzer, Springdale Music Palace, Springdale, OH; ex-Mastbaum Theatre, Philadelphia (1929)
35:16
A Good Man Is Hard To Find (vocal) Karl Cole Live 3-20 Wurlitzer, Riviera Theater, North Tonawanda, NY (Niagara Frontier Theater Organ Society)
36:37
Serenade In Blue Karl Cole Concert: Loew’s 175th Theatre, 1971 1971 4-24 Robert Morton, Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, Manhattan, NY
40:58
The Birth of The Blues Karl Cole Live 4-22 Wurlitzer, Auditorium Theater, Rochester, NY (Rochester Theater Organ Society)
45:33
Variations on Three Blind Mice Karl Cole Concert: Loew’s 175th Theatre, 1971 1971 4-24 Robert Morton, Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, Manhattan, NY
49:52
I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me Karl Cole Concert: Loew’s 175th Theatre, 1971 1971 4-24 Robert Morton, Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, Manhattan, NY
53:04
I’ve Got Fascinatin’ Rhythm Dave Weingartner, Karl Cole Palace Supreme [Springdale Music Palace LP] 4-33 Wurlitzer, Springdale Music Palace, Springdale, OH; ex-Mastbaum Theatre, Philadelphia (1929); KC – grand piano
56:12
On The Carousel Karl Cole Maestro [Springdale Music Palace cassette] 1987 4-33 Wurlitzer, Springdale Music Palace, Springdale, OH; ex-Mastbaum Theatre, Philadelphia (1929)

6 Comments

  1. Roy Philpott

    MP4 1 hour Does not stream on IOS 9.0.2.
    MP3 1 hour version does stream eventually if you wait about 30 seconds.

    Short podcast in MP4 will stream if you wait.

    All the above apply to Safari on iPhone 6 Plus

  2. hotpipes-steve

    Thanks, Roy. Streaming times seem to be better with the new, faster (and more expensive!) server, but the problem isn’t solved quite yet. The m4a of 167 did stream for me on iOS 8, but it took a few minutes. So, it’s back to the think-tank and seeing what other avenues may be the culprit.

  3. Michael Silverstein

    Fast download of the mp3* onto my desktop PC. Glad the new server issues are clearing up, understandable in any capacity upgrade and certainly not lacking in attention from you Steve. (*I take the smaller mp3’s files since I load them into my iTunes and keep them.)

  4. Stan Krider

    Isn’t Karl Cole the organist who used a puppet named Ann Chovie (sp?) to sing those falsetto vocals?
    I trust my memory isn’t failing me now!

    Musically, Stan Krider

  5. hotpipes-steve

    No, Stan, your memory is good! Yes, I heard from another listener about Anna Chovie being the full-size falsetto puppet, apparently from Karl’s pizza days.

  6. hotpipes-steve

    Thanks for the feedback, Michael – I’m working on a better-again hosting solution – will be testing my ideas in the next couple of days.

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