Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:33 — 13.5MB) Command Performance – Bette Davis, Georgia Gibbs, Rise Stevens, John Charles Thomas. 431016Hosted by Betty Davis, who opens by reading greetings from the mailbag. Georgia Gibbs sings, Stormy Weather. Gary Moore arrives as an encore request. He chats with Betty about his early life. […]
This show spotlights the songs ad artists that the Beatles loved and admired in their early formative years.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 30:08 — 13.8MB) The jive talking Ernie Whitman calls on some of the biggest names in swing, blues and jazz as he kicks things off. Playlist: Lionel Hampton plays, Nola. Lionel and Ernie joke around before Lula Blakely sings, It Could Happen To You. Les Paul lets […]
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..
These songs have been chosen by Lee as songs which should have made a bigger impact on the record buying public.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:33 — 13.5MB) Jenny Simms hosts, and leads off with a song, Somebody Loves Me. After reading from the mail bag, a request is answered for a cartoon voice of a pig singing… make that squealing along to the Blue Danube Waltz. The Andrews Sisterssing, Send Me […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:16 — 13.4MB) Opening credits are cut. Host, Ernie Whitman turns it over to Erskine Hawkins, who opens with, Go Home. Rosetta Tharpe is on hand to sing, Sin is to Blame. Pianist, Gene Rogers plays, Lime Out Blues. Jimmy Mitchel sings, Don’t Cry Baby Blues. Erskine […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:05 — 13.3MB) Audio quality: Strong and clear. Playlist: Why Don’t You Fall in Love With Me, ranked: 4 Brasil, ranked: 10 Dearly Beloved, ranked: 9. Vocals by Joan Edwards. White Cristmas, ranked: 8. Vocals by Barry Wood. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To, ranked: […]