Sunday, March 29, 2009

Episode 1

Playlist for Episode 1:

1. 77 Sunset Strip Cha Cha - Warren Barker Orchestra
2. Moon of Manakoora - Leo Addeo and his Orchestra
3. Can I Forget You - The Norman Paris Trio
4. Until It's Time for You to Go - Claudine Longet
5. Sunny - Sharlene Sharp
6. Julida Polka - Myron Floren
7. Little Bitty Pretty One - Thurston Harris and The Sharps
8. Whatever Would I Do Without You - Cheryl Ladd
9. Hello, Hello - The Partridge Family
10. Summertime - Percy Faith and his Orchestra
11. Rock Gently - Alvino Rey
12. You Are My Sunshine - Trini Lopez
13. Lollipops and Roses - Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass
14. A Little Kiss is a Kiss, is a Kiss - Connie Stevens
15. She's My Summer Girl - Jan and Dean
16. There is Nothing More to Say - Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick
17. I'm in the Mood for Swing - Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra
18. Whipped Cream - Fiesta Brass
19. Indian Love Call - Billy Vaughn
20. General Hospital - De Vol
21. By the Light of the Silvery Moon - Ethel Smith

Podcast located at The Spin-O-Rama Hour Episode 1. (Podcast expired, but download episode below.)

Download the zip file of this episode here.

6 comments:

Sila Lumenn said...

Awesome show Esther! I'm listening right now. I have a suggestion for the playlist. If possible, could you post timestamps next to each song? I'm downloading the podcast and it would be great to be able to jump quickly to specific locations.

~ Sandy

Sila Lumenn said...

Lollipops and Roses! I love Herb Alpert. Maybe we'll see some of his albums on Stax O' Wax in the future?

(Speak up Sweetie. The music is coming through great, but your voice is a little too soft.)

~ Sandy

Esther said...

Hi, Sandy!

I'm still learning how to do this podcast thing so it'll take me a while to iron everything out. Volume and timestamps are among the trial and error stuff.

Thanks for listening!

Rob Pingel said...

Who are the listed songwriters for "There Is Nothing More To Say"? I readily recognized the tune, but someone changed the lyrics. This song was originally titled "Canterbury Road" and recorded by Lou Christie. Are you familiar with his version?

Your other blog has been on my favorites site for quite some time. Annette Funicello albums anyone? Oh yeah!

I look forward to listening to the other 6 podcasts.

Esther said...

Hi, Rob,
I don't know who the songwriters are for "There is Nothing More to Say". I downloaded the Chris Knight/Maureen McCormick album and that information is not on there. But, this song was originally recorded by a group called The Millenium in the late 60s, so probably one of the band members wrote it. If you find out, let me know because now I'm curious!

Thanks for listening!

Esther

The Cranky Cataloger said...

Hey Esther,
I know I'm coming late to this discussion, but I found a picture of the original 45 rpm of the Millennium song and the composers/lyricists are listed as C. Boettcher, M. Fennelly, and L. Mallory. I suspect C. Boettcher is Curt Boettcher of Sagittarius fame.

Cranky