Station: KUCI 88.9 FM Irvine ( or tune in at www.kuci.org )
"Fall is here and always fade-fade fading away"
Actually it feels more like Winter these days, so about some good ol fashion tunes to warm your heart!
Sam Lanin & his Orch. - A Shady Tree (1927)
Anson Weeks Orchestra - Ro-Ro-Rolling Along (1930)
Troubadours - Someday Sweetheart (1927)
(It's a nice tune but upon closer inspection...)
"Oh, you're happy now,
And you can't see how
those weary blues will ever come to you.
But as you sow
so shall you reap, dear.
And what you reap
will make you weep
(Charming. Looks likes someone's still feeling pretty bitter about their past relationship)
Squirrel Nut Zippers - Ghost of Stephen Foster (Thanks Heather for the recommendation!)
Benny Goodman - Bugle Call Rag
Bob Crosby - Gin Mill Blues
Tommy Dorsey - Marie
Chick Webb - Clap Hands! Here comes Charley!
Benny Goodman - Down South Camp Meetin
Jimmie Noone & his Apex Club Orch. - Blues ( My Naughty Sweetie Gave to Me) 1928
Al Bowly & Ray Noble Orch. - The Prisoner's Song (1930)
Gene Goldkette - Proud of a Baby like You (1927)
Broadway Broadcaster - Do Something (1929)
Carl Fenton's Orch - Following the Sun Around (1927)
Imperial Dance Orch. - Dream House (1928)
Sam Lanin & his Orch. - Take in the Sun, Hang out the Moon (1926)
Broadway Broadcaster - Black Bottom (1926)
Ben Pollack & his Park Central Orch. - True Blue Lou (1929)
Helen Kane - I Want to be Bad (1929)
Gene Austen - Girl of my Dreams (1928)
Eva Knox - Forgive Me (1927)
William Robin - Let the End of the World Come (1926)
Belle Baker - Just Can't Be Bothered with Me (1930)
Lewis Jane & Franklin Bauer - At Peace with the World (1926)
Jack Smith - Rosy Cheeks (1927)
Original Memphis Five, No One knows What it's All About (1924)