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 week’s edition of the show has just four segments instead of the usual five. Why? Because the phrase “Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers” came to mind this week. So the four segments have records having to do with finding, keeping, losing and weeping.
Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Finders
Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers – The Columbians / Frank Harris (Irving Kaufman), v.
Where Can I Find You? – Bill Foley’s Keystone Serenaders
Finding The Long Way Home – Larry Siry Orchestra / Unidentified Vocal Trio
We’ll Find Our Shelter Before The Rain – Carolina Collegians (Hal Kemp) / George Beaver (Irving Kaufman), v.
Segment 2: Keepers
Keep Your Temper – Gulf Coast Seven
Keep Tempo – George Scott-Wood AHO / Sam Browne, v.
Keep Your Undershirt On – Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra / Scrappy Lambert, v.
Keeping Myself For You – Paul Specht AHO / Johnny Morris, v.
Segment 3: Losers
Don’t Lose It – Bud Spaight’s Harmony Boys
If I Should Lose You – Harry Richman
We Ain’t Got Nothin’ To Lose – Bert Firman and The Rhytmic Eight
What Have We Got To Lose? – Phil Harris and His Cocoanut Grover Orchestra / Phil Harris, v.
Segment 4: Weepers
Weepin’ The Blues – Isham Jones AHO
Weep No More My Baby – Lew Stone and His Band / Al Bowlly, v.
Weeping Willow Blues – Louisiana Five
Willie The Weeper – King Oliver and His Dixie Syncopators
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