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|Genre/Form:||Popular music radio programs
Public affairs radio programs
Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
|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.
|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.
Title and additional data supplied by cataloger from audition.
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.|
|Production 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.
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.