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Wayne's Music for 11.05pm Sat 13 July

Wayne Mowat with more songs from the days when talent outweighed technology.  In the 1930s, so many musicians and singers managed to achieve a sort of economic security at a time when the major part of the population was living in conditions of extreme poverty

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1930  Louis Armstrong: 'I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me' (Gaskill/McHugh) [Card Company 505000]

1931  Jack Hylton orchestra: 'The Grasshoppers Dance' ( Ernest Bucalossi) [Card Company 505017]

1932  Paul Robeson: 'Ol Man River' (Kern/Hammerstein) [Card Company 505024]

1933  Fred Astaire: 'Night And Day (Cole Porter)  [Card Company 505031]

1934  Fats Waller: 'You’re Not The Only Oyster In The Stew' (Burke/Spina) [Card Company 505048]

1935  Tommy Dorsey’s Clambake 7: 'The Music Goes Round And Round' ( Farley/Riley/Hodgson) [Card Company 505055]

1936  Ella Fitzgerald: 'Oh yes Take Another Guess' Benny Goodman) [Card Company 505062

1937  Slim and Slam: 'The Flat Foot Floogie' (Slim Gaillard) [Card Company 504263]

1938  The Jackdaws (with Nat Gonella and His Georgians): 'The Dipsy Doodle' (Clinton) [ ASV AJA 5104]

1939   Al Bowlly: 'What Do You Know About Love' ( David/Livingston) [ ASV AJA 5086]

1930   Sophie Tucker: 'Some Of These days' (Brooks) [ Card Company 505000]

1931   The Roy Fox band :  ' Oh Mo’nah' (                      

1932   The Boswell Sisters: ' There’ll Be Some Changes Made' (Higgins/Overstreet)  [Card Company 505024]

1933   The Delmore Brothers: 'Brown’s Ferry Blues' ( Delmore/Delmore)  [Card Company 505031]

1934   Jimmy Durante: 'Inka Dinka Doo' (Ryan)  [Card Company 505048]

1935   Mildred Bailey and Her swing Band: ' When Day is Done' (DeSilva/Busse) [Card Company 505055]

1936   Gene Krupa: 'Swing Is Here'

Wayne's Music #1 for 10.45pm Sun 14 July

Wayne Mowat with more songs from the days when talent outweighed technology.  In the 1930s, so many musicians and singers managed to achieve a sort of economic security at a time when the major part of the population was living in conditions of extreme poverty. This week, he presents the songs that gave people a lift in those hard times.

Music Details

(1938)  Sam Browne with The Jack Harris Band: ‘Somebody’s Thinking Of You Tonight ‘ (Powell/Schuster/Symes) [ASV AJA 5104]

(1939) Anne Lenner : ‘And The Angels Sing’ (Mercer/Elman) [ ASV 5086]

(1930)  Louis Armstrong  with his All Stars: 'My Sweet' (Carmichael)  [Card Company 505000]

(1931) Sunny Clapp and His band O Sunshine: ‘Come Easy Go Easy’ (Carmichael)  [Card Company 505017]

Wayne's Music #2 for 11.05pm Sun 14 July

Wayne Mowat with more songs from the days when talent outweighed technology.  In the 1930s, so many musicians and singers managed to achieve a sort of economic security at a time when the major part of the population was living in conditions of extreme poverty.  This week, he presents the songs that gave people a lift in those hard times.

Music details

(1933) Duke Ellington: ‘Slippery Horn ‘ (Ellington) [Card Company 505031]

(1934)  Tessie O’Shea: ‘Nobody Loves A Fairy When She’s Forty ‘ (O’Shea)  [Card Company 505048]

(1935)  Billie Holiday: ‘If You Were Mine’ ( Mercer/Malneck)   [Card Company 505055]

(1936)  Benny Goodman : ‘Moonglow’ (Hudson/Mills/DeLange ) [Card Company 505062]

(1937) Fats Waller: ‘The Joint Is Jumpin’ Waller/razaf/Johnson)[Card Company 504263]

(1938) Gracie Fields: ‘Donkey Serenade’ (Wright/Forrest/Friml/Stothart) [ASV AJA 5104]

(1939)  The Frank Sinatra : ‘Oh You Crazy Moon’ (Van heusen/Burke) [ Reprise 927036]

(1932)  George Formby: Chinese Laundry Blues’ (Formby) [Card Company 505024]

(1933)  Melville Gideon: ‘I Wish I Knew A Bigger Word Than Love’ (Unknown) [Card Company 505031]

(1934)  Frank Crumit: ‘The Pig Got Up And Slowly Walked Away’  (Crumit)  [Card Company 505048]

(1935)  Teddy Wilson and His All Stars: ‘Sweet Lorraine’ (Burwell/Parish)  Card Company 505055]

(1937)  Lionel Hampton : ‘Whoa Babe (Clinton ) Card Company 504263]

(1932)  Jay 'Hootie' McShann: ‘Vine Street Boogie’ (McShann ) [Exceed 500632]

(1921)  Al Bowlly: ‘The Very Thought Of You’

(1932)  Benny Moton's Kansas City Orchestra: 'Moton Swing'; (Moton)

(1936)  Gene Krupa:   'Swing Is Here'

(1935)  Jimmy Dorsey: So Rare (Sharpe)