Hot Pipes Podcast 79 – mp3

January 11, 2013

Name Artist Album Year Comments
The Minutemen’s March Ron Rhode Butterflies In The Rain [Roxy CD] 1996 4-22 Wurlitzer, Hochmuth-Stankey Residence; ex Oriental Theatre 4-14, Mattapan Square, Boston (1930)
My Foolish Heart John Lauter Private – Detroit Fox 2004 4-36 Crawford Special Wurlitzer, Fox Theatre, Detroit (1928); rec March 2004
Chicago Medley: All That Jazz; Funny Honey; Razzle Dazzle Jonas Nordwall Showtime At Berkeley [NORCAL CD] 1993 4-35 Wurlitzer, Berkeley Community Theatre (NORCAL)
Who Stole My Heart Away? Jerry Mendelson The Biggest Little Wurlitzer (Concert Recording Tape) 2-7 Wurlitzer, Rahway Theatre, Rahway, NJ
Grandma Said; I Miss You In The Morning Reginald Dixon The World Of Reginald Dixon Vol. 2 [Decca LP] 3-8 Wurlitzer with Grand Piano, Granada Theatre, Clapham Junction; rec 1938-39
Basin Street Blues George Wright The Genius of Young George Wright [Sierra ATOS CD] 1940 4-22 Wurlitzer (Kilgen console), Grant Union High School, Sacramento
Among My Souvenirs Tom Gnaster Tea For Two [LP] 1975 3-17 Uniphone, Rivoli Theatre, Indianapolis, IN
Slavische Rhapsodie Gordon McKenzie Fire Those Pipes 4/22 Wurlitzer, Town Hall, Moorabbin, Australia; and Piano
This Love of Mine John Clark McCall A Paramount Idea 2003 Allen 317-EX
You Can’t Be True, Dear Leon Berry Giant Wurlitzer Pipe Organ Vol. 6 [Audio Fidelity LP] 3-12 Wurlitzer, Hub Skating Rink, Chicago
Toy Town Trumpeters Walt Strony In Australia 1996 4-29 Wurlitzer Hybrid, Capri Theatre, Adelaide
Flamingo Jim Roseveare Tribute [Cambria CD] 1971 4-37 Kimball, Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles ; Largest made; rec live October 1971
King Of Jazz Selection (Part 1) Quentin Maclean and The Regal Cinema Orchestra Rhapsody in Blue [Sterndale 3-CD] 1930 4-36 Christie, Regal/Odeon Cinema, Marble Arch, London; Regal Cinema Orchestra cond. Emanuel Starkey
King Of Jazz Selection (Part 2) Quentin Maclean and The Regal Cinema Orchestra Rhapsody in Blue [Sterndale 3-CD] 1930 4-36 Christie, Regal/Odeon Cinema, Marble Arch, London; Regal Cinema Orchestra cond. Emanuel Starkey

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