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.
Do you know who Frank Bacon is? I’m going to guess you don’t. How about Samantha Bumgarner? Does the name Doctor Clayton ring a bell? Listen to this week’s show to find out all about them and some other folks you may not have heard of. The first segment of this week’s show is going to be all about bees. We’ll also do some gambling, play some sensational records, do the twist and fade away.
Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Bees
Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee – Ada Jones & Billy Murray
The Bee Story – Frank Bacon
I’m Gonna Let The Bumble Bee Be – Six Jumping Jacks / Tom Stacks, v.
Segment 2: Fading Away
A Faded Summer Love – Jerry Fenwyk AHO (Ben Selvin) / Orlando Roberson, v.
Faded Love Letters – Henry Burr
Faded Cherry Blossom – Chic Winter’s Hotel Gramatan Orchestra
Segment 3: Take A Gamble
Roaming Gamber – Peter Clayton
The Gamblin’ Man – Samantha Bumgarner
Gamblin’ Jack – Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers
Segment 4: Sensational Records
The Harlem Twister (The New Sensation) – Teddy Hill NBC Orchestra
Sensational Mood – Hunter’s Serendaders
Sensation Rag – Joseph Lamb
Segment 5: Do The Twist
Turtle Twist – Jelly Roll Morton Trio
Wringin’ And Twistin’ – Tram, Bix & Lang
The New Twister – Alabama Red Peppers
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