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.
SOn this evening’s show, we’re gonna go musically to Hawaii, go around the corner, and celebrate the birthdays of Joe Young and Walter Barnes.
Enjoy the show!
Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Hawaii
Blue Hawaii – Paul Whiteman AHO / Charles Gaylord – Jack Fulton, v.
Hawaiian Patrol – Julian Webster and His Bay State Aces
Sunny Hawaii – Gowan’s Rhapsody Makers
Segment 2: Around The Corner
Around The Corner – Ben Selvin AHO / Unidentified, v.
Cross Corners – George Hamilton Green & Frank Banta
Love Is Just Around The Corner – Cliff Edwards
Any Corner Is A Cozy Corner – Ted Weems AHO / Wes Vaughn, v.
Segment 3: The Real Hawaiians
In A Canoe – David Kaonohi and His Honoluans
U Likle Noa Like – Tau Moe’s Hawaiian Jazzities
Hano Hano Hawaii – Sol Hoopii’s Novelty Trio with Andy Iona’s Saxophone
When The Sun Goes Down – Kalama’s Quartette From Hollywood To Honolulu
Segment 4: Joe Young
Born July 4 in 1889, was lyricist Joe Young.
Just A Night For Meditation – Ben Selvin AHO / Unidentified, v.
My Sighing Siamese – Jimmy Elkins and His Wintergarden Orchestra / Unidentified, v.
There’s A New Day Coming – The Midnight Minstrels / Sam Browne & Trio, v.
Segment 5: Walter Barnes
July 8 marked the birth in 1905 in Vicksburg, Mississippi of bandleader Walter Barnes.
If You’re Thinking Of Me – Walter Barnes and His Royal Creolians
My Kinda Love – Walter Barnes and His Royal Creolians
Third Rail – Walter Barnes and His Royal Creolians
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