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Bud's bandwagon. 466, Part 1 Bud's bandwagon. 468, Part 2.

Author: Bud WidomFabor RobisonWoody HermanEartha KittRonald ChesneyAll authors
Publisher: [United States] : Armed Forces Radio & Television Service, [1957]
Series: United States.; American Forces Radio and Television Service.; Bud's bandwagon.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Popular music : English
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Genre/Form: Disc jockey radio programs
Popular music radio programs
Radio interviews
Radio serials
Interviews
Named Person: Fabor Robison
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Bud Widom; Fabor Robison; Woody Herman; Eartha Kitt; Ronald Chesney; Mary Ford; Les Paul; Tommy Prisco; J David Goldin; Third Herd (Musical group); Chordcats (Musical group); De Castro Sisters.; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 244916943
Notes: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service: F37570 (matrix); F37575 (matrix).
Radio broadcasts of popular music and interviews.
Provenance: J. David Goldin collection.
Pressed transcription disc.
466, Part 1: Ellen Corby interview; and Mitch Miller and Harry Belafonte performances contained on part 2.
Performer(s): Bud Widom, host; various performers.
Event notes: Broadcast date: Oct. 16, 1957 (468, Part 2).
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 16 in.
Contents: 466, Part 1. The muskrat ramble (Woody Herman and the Third Herd) ; Tea in Chicago from the musical Mrs. Patterson (Eartha Kitt) ; Zippity zoom (The Chordcats) ; The bandit (Ronald Chesney) ; Wither thou goest (Mary Ford and Les Paul) --
468, Part 2. Interview with Fabor Robison ; Only love me (Tommy Prisco) ; Teach me tonight (DeCastro Sisters).
Series Title: United States.; American Forces Radio and Television Service.; Bud's bandwagon.
Other Titles: Bud's bandwagon.
468, Part 2.
Muskrat ramble.
Tea in Chicago.
Zippity zoom.
Bandit.
Wither thou goest.
Only love me.
Teach me tonight.
Bud's bandwagon (Radio program)

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