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POPS CONCERT with Jim Ameche "The Continental"

 


For AFRTS Jim Ameche leads cff his program for the week of April 7, 1961 with The Continental.


John Doremus Show - AFRTS - 111 29-7


This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. Doremus opens this hour long episode of beautiful music with "Do I Hear A Waltz" by The Percy Faith Orchestra.


POPS CONCERT with Jim Ameche

 

 


AFRTS Transcription March 31, 1961. Jim leads off with an original song by David Rose.


CONCERT CAMEO "Cecil Armstrong Gibbs"


Cecil Armstrong Gibbs (10 August 1889 – 12 May 1960) was a prolific and versatile English composer, though best known for his choral music and, in particular, songs. Gibbs also devoted much of his career to the amateur choral and festival movements in Britain. He attained a high level of popularity: his work "Dusk" was requested by Princess Elizabeth on her 18th birthday.


Remembering... The John Doremus Show


John Doremus, with a melodious-voice, was a disc jockey in Chicago for more than two decades, was known by many as "the nation's foremost beautiful music host." In addition to top-rated radio shows, he hosted "Patterns in Music" on NBC-TV in the 1960s. In 1964, he created the concept of airlines providing in-flight audio entertainment and his John Doremus Inc. supplied airlines with 14-channels of programming, individually tailored to their specific needs. A longtime resident of the John Hancock Building, he died in July 1995 in Community Convalescent Center in Naperville. Here is an aircheck of one of Doremus' beautiful music hours for AFRTS.


The Jim Ameche Show

 

 


Jim Ameche (August 6, 1915 – February 4, 1983) was an American radio actor who is most notable for his role as radio's original Jack Armstrong on Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy. Born James Amici in Kenosha, Wisconsin. When his elder brother, Don, left his position as the host and announcer for The Chase and Sanborn Hour in the early 1940s, Jim took over for the remainder of the show's run. He also was heard as mountie Jim West on ABC's Silver Eagle (1951–55). Other shows Ameche was heard on included Grand Hotel, Hollywood Playhouse, and Big Sister. In the 1940s, he had several programs on WGN radio in Chicago. He was heard on stations in Los Angeles and Palm Springs in the late 1950s and early 60s. For many years he was a popular local radio personality in the New York City area. By the late 1960s, he was working as an announcer on New York's WHN and the TV pitchman for a Longines Symphonette Society mail-order record album featuring clips of old-time radio broadcasts. In the 1960s he also read radio advertisements for Gibson wines. For many years, he was the afternoon announcer on WQXR, the classical radio station of The New York Times. He also recorded numerous radio programs featuring beautiful music many of which were transcribed for broadcast over Armed Forces Radio.---WIKIPEDIA


NEW ADDITIONS TO PLAYLIST BY RONNIE ALDRICH

 


Ronald Frank Aldrich ( birth , Kent , England , 15 of February of 1916 - death Isle of Man , 30 of September of 1993 ) was a pianist, composer, arranger and conductor  
Ronnie had recorded some songs a few years ago for Readers Digest label under his name and also under the name of "Richard Alden":
 

New addition: music by STANLEY BLACK

THE ESSENTIAL STANLEY BLACK AT AMAZON


Latest album of selections added to the playlist at beautifulinstrumentals.com

Stanley Black OBE (14 June 1913 – 27 November 2002) was an English bandleader, composer, conductor, arranger and pianist. He wrote and arranged many film scores, recording prolifically for the Decca label (including their subsidiaries London and Phase 4). Beginning with jazz collaborations with American musicians such as Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter during the 1930s, he moved into arranging and recording in the Latin American music style and also won awards for his classical conducting.

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JOHN FOX ORCHESTRA VOL 3   Amazon library

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Well, day after day and year after year, the popular music of our time along with the classic melodic melodies were being offered a treatment like no other by the great orchestras of Surrey House. We are so very blessed to be able to enjoy the warm and delightful arrangements of such great musical songs. Please, support the beauty of pop orchestral melodies of Mr.John Fox,arranger extraordinaire. Thanks to the dean of easy listening instrumentals, we can "Escape," to a world of elegant timeless melodies and smile.

John Fox (30 April 1924 - 10 February 2015) was a British composer and conductor of light music. Wikipedia Biography  |  RECORDINGS

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