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.
On this evening’s show we’ll have some good, old-fashioned songs, some songs for Valentine’s Day and go musically to Dallas.
Enjoy the show!
Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Cupid
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and as listener Rich reminded me, nothing’s more closely associated with Valentine’s Day than cupid.
Cupid’s Holiday – Cole McElroy Spanish Ballroom Orchestra / Myer Alexander, v.
Cupid On The Cake – Jack Hylton AHO / Pat O’Malley, v.
Cupid’s Nightmare – Cab Calloway AHO
Segment 2: Old Fashioned Songs
Old Fashioned Swing – Sharkey and His Sharks of Rhythm / Sharkey Bonano, v.
Old Fashioned Romance – Lee Morse and Her Bluegrass Boys / Lee Morse, v.
I’m Gonna Getr Acquainted In A Quaint Old Fashioned Town – New Orleans Jazz Band
Old Fashioned Garden – Lewis James
Segment 3: Cupid
Cupid’s Army – Henry Hudson Band / John Thorne, v.
There Must Be Little Cupids In The Briny – Billy Murray
Cupid (Sam Coslow) – Jay Wilbur Band / Leslie Douglas, v.
Segment 4: Dallas
That Dallas Man – Isham Jones and His Orchestra / Joe Martin, v.
Dallas Blues – Ted Lewis and His Band / Fats Waller, v.
Alice From Dallas – Bernie Cummins and His New Yorkers / Unidentified, v.
Dallas Rag – Dallas String Band
Segment 5: Valentine’s
We’re going to finish up with a Valentine set, but that doesn’t necessarily mean songs for Valentine’s Day.
Valentine Stomp – Fats Waller
Valentine – International Novelty Orchestra / Franklyn Baur, v.
Jimmy Valentine – Nat Shilkret & Victor Orchestra / Billy Murray, v.
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