Welcome to Glenn Robison’s Rapidly Rotating Records, bringing you vintage music to which you can’t *not* tap your toes, from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and ’30s.
This being New Year’s Day, everything on this week’s show is new, starting off with Joe Sanders, who’s singing a new song.
Enjoy the show!
Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: New
Sing A New Song – Coon-Sanders Orchestra / Joe Sanders, v.
Put On A New Pair Of Shoes – Jack Hylton AHO / Sonny Farrar & Ken Tucker, v.
The New Twister – Miff Mole’s Molers
Out In The New Mown Hay – Harry Reser’s Six Jumping Jacks / Tom Stacks, v.
Segment 2: It’s Still New
There’s A New Day Coming – Harry Roy AHO / Harry Roy, v.
I’ve Found A New Baby – Jimmie Gunn AHO
Dawn Of A New Day – Horace Heidt AHO / The Glee Club, v.
New Tiger Rag – Paul Whiteman AHO
Segment 3: New
New Kinda Blues – Paul Howard’s Quality Serenaders
The New Swing Alphabet – Jack Jackson AHO / Jack Jackson, v.
The New Call Of The Freaks – Luis Russell AHO / Red Allen, J C Higgenbotha,. J C Metcalf, v.
New Charleston – The Miami Dance Orchestra
Segment 4: New (yes, still)
Always Some New Baby – Jay Whidden and His New Midnight Follies Band
It’s A Whole New Thing – Blue Barron AHO / Charlie Fisher, v.
New Crawley Blues – Wilton Crawley AHO
There’s A New World – Debroy Somers and His Band / Sam Costa, v.
Segment 5: New!
I Got A New Lease On Love – Fats Waller
There’s Somebody New – Herman Kenin’s Multnomah Hotel Orch
A New Kind Of Man – Varsity Eight
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