Wayne's Music 11/12 October 2008 … 1930's selection.
Wayne Mowat with songs from times to remember, when skies were grey, and times were tough.This week, the songs they sang in the 1930's.
Ciribiribin Enoch Light salutes the Big bands
Always be In Love With You Ella Fitzgerald
Oh Lady be Good a different rendition - from the collectors category - Albert Ammons is at his best with Isreal Crosby on bass, Ike Perkins on guitar and Jack Cooley on drums.
Chattanoogie Shoeshine Boy Red Foley
I'm beginning To See The Light Helen Forrest - with Harry James and His Music makers back in 55.
Song Of India Rose Alper sings with Joe Loss - a rare vocal version of the Rimsky Korsakoff piece.
I'll be With You Nat Cole Trio - Ray Linn on trumpet, Herbie Haymer on tenor sax with Jo Stafford on vocals.
Mr Gallagher And Mr Shean Bing Crosby in a Dixie mood with Johnny Mercer one of the first artists to broadcast on radio in 1922 … he recorded this ditty in London in 1939.
and many, many more ...
Saturday night and from 10.40 on Sunday evening - on Radio New Zealand National.