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[Radio comes of age. 1941-11-01, part 4] [United Press news. 1941-11-01. Harry James and his orchestra. 1941-11-01, part 1].

Author: Bill SutherlandFrank ConradHarold ArlinMargaret HorneAneurin BodycombeAll authors
Publisher: [1941]
Series: J. David Goldin collection.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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United News press: Hot, fast, and brief news updates brought to you by your Esso reporter. Hitler has accused the U.S. of attacking Germany, no comment from President Roosevelt. This situation may involve the invocation of the tripartite Axis powers against the United States. The situation in the Crimea is bad according to the Soviets as the Nazis surround Moscow. Great Britain has heard their first air raid alarm  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Popular music radio programs
Public affairs radio programs
Radio news programs
Radio commercials
Radio announcements
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio specials
Radio serials
History
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Sutherland; Frank Conrad; Harold Arlin; Margaret Horne; Aneurin Bodycombe; Bernie Armstrong; Victor Saudek; Harry James; Helen Forrest; Dick Haymes; Dalton Rizzotto; Mel Tormé; J David Goldin; KDKA (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.). Orchestra.; Kinders Three.; KDKA (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.); WJAS (Radio station : Pittsburgh, Pa.); Johnson & Johnson.; Esso Standard Oil Company.; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.; Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 700946714
Notes: Radio comes of age: Radio recording celebrating KDKA's 21 year anniversary followed by United Press news sponsored by Esso. KDKA, Pittsburgh origin; sponsored by Johnson & Johnson. Harry James and his orchestra: Radio recording of a band remote from the Blue Room of the Hotel Lincoln, New York City. CBS network origin. WJAS, Pittsburgh station identification.
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Provenance: J. David Goldin collection.
Instantaneous-cut glass-based lacquer disc.
Performer(s): Radio comes of age: Bill Sutherland, host; Will Rhodes, Frank Conrad, Harold Arlin, Margaret Horne, Pat Haley, Vince Krone, Marjorie Stewart, Spike Shannon, Aneurin Bodycombe, Bernie Armstrong, speakers; The Pioneer Quartet; KDKA Orchestra; Victor Saudek, conductor and speaker. Harry James and his orchestra: Harry James and his orchestra; Helen Forrest, Dick Haymes, and Dalton Rizzotto, vocalists.
Reproduction Notes: Playback copy. Kansas City, Mo. : Marr Sound Archives, 2010. 1 sound disc : digital, CD-R ; 4 3/4 in. (J. David Goldin collection)
Event notes: Originally broadcast Nov. 1, 1941.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Contents: Radio comes of age. The dance of the comedians (conclusion) (KDKA Orchestra; Victor Saudex, conductor) --
Spike Shannon talks about his KDKA morning exercise morning show that aired during the 1920's with a short re-creation of the program, a stretching regiment --
Old Solomon Levi (The Pioneer Quartet). Harry James and his orchestra. He's 1-A in the army and he's A-1 in my heart (Helen Forrest, vocals) --
Lament to love / Mel Tormé (Dick Haymes, vocals) --
Yes indeed (incomplete) (Dalton Rizzotto, vocals).
Series Title: J. David Goldin collection.
Other Titles: United Press news.
1941-11-01.
Harry James and his orchestra.
1941-11-01, part 1.
Dance of the comedians.
Old Solomon Levi.
He's 1-A in the army and he's A-1 in my heart.
Lament to love.
Yes indeed.

Abstract:

United News press: Hot, fast, and brief news updates brought to you by your Esso reporter. Hitler has accused the U.S. of attacking Germany, no comment from President Roosevelt. This situation may involve the invocation of the tripartite Axis powers against the United States. The situation in the Crimea is bad according to the Soviets as the Nazis surround Moscow. Great Britain has heard their first air raid alarm in 3 months. Also includes U.S. news regarding foreign relations between Canada and the U.S., Prices Control Bill, 77 American seaman missing, and local Pittsburgh news.

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