An aural history of popular orchestral recordings from the 20th century. Wonderful albums of music from Broadway, Hollywood, America's great collection of standards, vintage and hit instrumentals from around the world...beautifulinstrumentals.com See below for selections we played during the last half hour...
CONCERT CAMEO "Robert Farnon"
Robert Joseph Farnon CM (24 July 1917 – 23 April 2005) was a Canadian born
composer, conductor, musical arranger and trumpet player. As well as bein...
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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
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(null null null)...Sometimes the cd i rip has no hidden information so the playlist indicates null or nothing to appear. These are primarily from cds i purchased here in Monterrey. Such as a five cd collection of 100 favorites released on a Mexican lable. I would not say they are pirate disks but probably purchased in bulk from a reputable manufacturer in USA. Many European lables too are purchased in bulk and released elsewhere with phony names of orchestras. Sometimes these cds have no coded information and aĺso appear as..nullification or nothing there. Collections that have many lost or forgotten selections we might not have ever heard again.
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