This show spotlights the songs ad artists that the Beatles loved and admired in their early formative years.
This show spotlights the great Instrumentals that became great vocal chart toppers and Great hit vocals that became huge Instrumental hits.
Starting in 1954 the emergence of Rock n Roll scared the record companies so much that they decided to take their own stars and cover the new songs, stealing the thunder and the money away from black and teen artists on upstart record labels..
Gunsmoke. March 27, 1954. CBS net. “Blood Money”. Sustaining. Joe Harp
is a likeable fellow who turns out to have a price on his head. Harry
Speener has been helped by Joe, but isn’t very grateful. William Conrad, Harry
Bartell, James Nusser, John Dehner, Parley Baer, Norman Macdonnell
(director), John Meston (writer), Rex Koury (composer, conductor),
George Walsh (announcer), Georgia Ellis, Howard McNear.
These songs have been chosen by Lee as songs which should have made a bigger impact on the record buying public.
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty
‘Hi-yo Silver!’ The Lone Ranger!"The Lone Ranger series is presented
from 1st episode to it’s completion as heard on Early Radio.
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Episode 32. Dan wins a hideous lamp at a carnival with something hidden inside it, that someone is willing to kill for.
For the first time in five years Lee opens up his show to his listeners. The Challenge is for listeners to find obscure songs that Lee does not have and can’t play. Winners receive a prize from the vaults of old time rock n roll.
Gunsmoke. February 6, 1954. CBS net. “Big Broad”. Sustaining. Two hundred pound Lena Wave swaggers into Dodge and throws her weight around. She’s good with a six-gun too! The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on April 21, 1956. William Conrad, John Meston (writer), Virginia Gregg, Vic Perrin, John Dehner, Georgia Ellis, Howard McNear, Norman Macdonnell (director), Rex Koury (composer, conductor), George Walsh (announcer)