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 week’s show were going to celebrate the birthdays of Paul Biese and Merton Bories, go on a diet, fulfill a promise and…that’s all.
Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Paul Biese
Right Or Wrong – Gene Rodemich’s Orchestra
Saxophone Sam – Six Brown Brothers
Just Another Kiss (Intro: Valse Inspiration) – Paul Biese Trio
Segment 2: Merton H. Bories
Consolation – The Westerners (Broadway Bell Hops) (Sam Lanin)
Gypsyland – George Olsen and His Music
Segment 3: Parts 2
Big Broadcast Medley, Part 2 – Debroy Somers and His Band / Dan Donovan, Carlyle Cousins, v.
Forbidden Melody Medley, Part 2 – Victor Orchestra / Victor Mixed Chorus
Bigger And Better Than Ever – Ruben “River” Reeves and His Tributaries
Segment 4: Grow Thin
Cheer Up! Eat And Grow Thin – Nora Bayes
Dance And Grow Thin – Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra
Dance And Grow Thin – Van & Schenck
I Don’t Want To Get Thin – Sophie Tucker w/Ted Shapiro, Piano
Segment 5: That’s All
Lonesome, That’s All – Wayne King AHO / Wayne King, v.
Just Blues, That’s All – Thomas Morris Past Jazz Masters
At The Ball, That’s All – Eddie South and His International Orchestra
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