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This is Frankie Carle and his Orchestra, with special guest Betty Bonney. The program was broadcast from The Cafe Rouge at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York. Unfortunately it’s incomplete; the record is marked 2 of 2, and I don’t have the first one.

This record was exceptionally noisy. I did the best I could to reduce the noise but the audio is still not great. But with a well-played, 66-year-old record, what can you do?

The songs included are “People will say we’re in love,” “Oh what a beautiful morning,” “Falling Leaves,” “I’ve had this feeling before,” and “Show me the way to go home.”

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This program is, I think, the day that Squibb changed the name of its show from “To Your Good Health from the House of Squibb” to “Music from the House of Squibb.”  What’s interesting, though, is that the record label still says “To Your Good Health,” like maybe the affiliates didn’t know about the name change. It’s also the day after D-Day! The programming was obviously changed to reflect what was going on in the world, as this is a whole show of patriotic tunes.

As always, the Squibb Orchestra and Chorus of Stars is directed by Lyn Murray. Hubie Hendrie is the guest soloist. The songs performed are “When Johnny Comes Marching Home,” “The Cassions Go Rolling Along,” “The Army Air Corps Song,” “The Pledge of Allegience,” and “The House I Live In.”

A couple of times in the recording you’ll hear a series of beeps. Those are on the original record, not a digital problem. I’m guessing maybe they’re some kind of alert signal for news updates, or something along those lines. I’m sure somebody will be able to tell me exactly what they are!

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This side of the record doesn’t have a date on it, but the reverse is 5/19/47. I assume this is from somewhere around the same date. I’ll post a picture of the label later.

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Jean Sablon was a French singer who was compared to Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and other big names of the time. I think he had a weekly show on CBS.  Apparently my grandpa really liked him, as I have several of his programs and they’re all in pretty bad shape.

This program, which is sponsored by DuBarry, includes “It’s Almost Like Being in Love” (“from the new Broadway musical Brigadoon”), “Rio De Janerio,” “Accordion” (in French), and “Don’t Take Your Love from Me.” There are also a couple of commercials for DuBarry face powders and creams.

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January 23, 2010

I’ve had a hard time finding out  much about the contents of this record. It’s a little odd. I think I’ve figured it out, though.

The label makes it look like this was the on-air broadcast disc. But when I played it, I found that at the beginning there’s one piece of music by a different band, then some dead air, then the second part of a “Music by Warrington” program which just fades out at the end. My guess is that my grandpa saw that there was enough blank space at the beginning of the record to squeeze in another song, so that’s what he did after the broadcast but before taking the disc home.

The first piece is “Siboney.” In my grandpa’s notes he said it was by Warrington, but it’s obviously not part of that program. The announcer says it’s “Andre Castellanich and his 45 Caballeros.”  I’m not sure of the spelling of the band leader’s name, and a Google search using various spellings found nothing for either him or the band. Maybe someone out there can fill me in on them.  Edit: thanks to reader Marcel for letting me know that the bandleader is Is meloxicam a sulfa drug.

Now, “Music by Warrington.” Johnny Warrington was a band leader, composer and arranger who had a show out of Philadelphia in the 1940s, which is where this broadcast came from. He became a prolific arranger in the ’50s and his arrangements are still popular with big bands. This program (which is part two of two, and I don’t have part one) includes “Barcarolle,” “Later Tonight,” and “Thou Swell.” Of the arrangement of “Barcarolle,” the announcer says, “Offenbach never meant it that way but it swings merrily along just the same.”  “Later Tonight” is sung by Jack Hunter.  All Google could find about him was that he sang with the Elliot Lawrence Orchestra in Philadelphia.

Another challenge of this recording was the noise level. At the beginning of the record it’s not bad, but toward the end it’s very noisy and has a lot of pops. I had to set the noise reduction kind of in the middle so I didn’t take too much away from the parts that weren’t too bad.

One last note–love my grandpa’s spelling on the label. :)

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I asked my mom, Nansie Rice, to write down her memories of my grandpa. I wanted everyone to get a feel for the real person who was behind this collection. This will be available on the “About Grandpa” page as well, but I thought I do a post first so it wasn’t overlooked. Here is the first installment.

The early years, 1918-1943

Keith W. Kinney was born October 29, 1918. Because of the depression, he quit school in about 9th grade and worked at various jobs to help out at home which was in the little town of Davisburg, Michigan. Among other things, he was a substitute rural mail carrier and early on started repairing radios at home.

At some point probably  in the mid-1930’s, he worked  as a house boy for a Mrs. Cora Waterbury. She and her husband also owned two restaurants–the “big” Canteen and the “small” Canteen (located across from each other on Dixie Highway at the corner of Davisburg Road, Springfield Township, Michigan)  and she soon hired Keith as a cook and counter man.

In 1939, he married my mother, Eleanor Grenier, who also worked at the canteen (as did her two brothers, George and Andy,  who actually introduced my parents). Mom and Dad lived in a really little house behind the big Canteen and were still living there when my brother Darrell was born in 1941. All along, Keith continued repairing radios. I can remember from when I was a little girl that his radio workbench was upstairs, under the eaves at my Grandma Kinney’s house.

He started taking correspondence courses in radio engineering from Michigan State College and continued working at the Canteen. According to grandma, he would take his books with him and worked on his studies at the Canteen when he wasn’t busy, especially at night. Mom says sometimes he would tinker on radios there too.

During this time, he had a regular customer who stopped for coffee almost nightly on his way to and from his job at WJR in Detroit (that was a very long drive in those days).   He saw Keith both working hard on his studies and tinkering on radios and so  encouraged him to keep studying and talked to him about working in radio.  He promised Keith that once he completed his course of study, he would help him apply for a job at WJR. He kept his promise and after Keith completed the correspondence courses, he was hired by WJR in 1943.

At WJR sometime in the 1940s. Keith is in the back, fourth from the left with the bushy eyebrows.

Memories of the records, 1943-1957

I was born in 1943 while my parents lived in an apartment over the hardware store in Davisburg. Within a couple years we moved to a house on Andersonville Road also right in Davisburg. Many (most) of my early memories of my dad are directly tied to  music and the “Big Records” (that’s what we always called them). In my memory, any time dad was at home, the records were being played. I don’t remember anything being played that I didn’t like–just some I liked more than others.

I loved the Al Jolson songs–I can still remember the arrangements and most of the words to the many of the songs on the two big records of Jolson music. I can remember dad singing along and dramatizing all the songs–arms outstretched and on one knee singing the finale of  “Mammy”!  “Rock-a-bye your Baby with a Dixie Melody” was another one we really hammed up. There was a skip on the recording of April Showers and Dad would put his hands to his throat as though choking at that exact moment. I really liked the “hit parade” records and knew all the words to songs like “Together,” “I’ll Be Seeing You,”  “I’ll Walk Alone,” “Sentimental Journey,” “Always,”  and other wartime sentimental tunes.   The big band sounds weren’t my favorite, but I liked them all.

We also often listened to pieces that were more classical in sound– “Peter and the Wolf” was a favorite of mine as was “Grand Canyon Suite.” My brother loved Bizet’s “Carmen” and Dad’s very favorite was always “Rhapsody in Blue.” That was high on the favorites list for the rest of us as well.

There were also records containing comedy routines, some of which were off-color and placed on a high shelf so my brother and I couldn’t reach them. One recording that we could play was  called the “Durante and Moore Opera.” I loved this and for whatever reason memorized the whole routine.  I don’t know a lot about it, except that Jimmy Durante and Garry Moore had a radio show–from which this was taken. Dad had written “Durante and Moore Opera” on the record, but I don’t know if that was a regular segment on the show or if that title refers to this one routine. Bits and pieces have stayed with me all through the years.

Other fun records were ones that contained popular songs like “Marezey Doats” and “Chickery Chick,” and other records specifically with children stories–Uncle Remus, Jack and the Beanstalk (narrated by the “Great Gildersleeve”) among others. The Christmas records were very special.  Every Christmas morning when we were little, we would wake up mom and dad, and then have to wait until we heard “All around the Christmas Tree” playing on the record player. As a teenager in the late 1950’s I remember realizing that in addition to loving the popular music of my day I was totally tuned into and loved the music of generations before.

As a very little girl, I remember dancing with dad at first with my feet on top of his in our living room in Davisburg. As I got older, he taught me the “box step” and we would do that and whatever else he wanted to try. He loved Fred Astaire and often imitated his twirls and dips (especially after a few drinks). I remember dad rolling up the living room rug and sprinkling corn meal (??I think that’s what it was) on the hardwood floor so we could slide and glide better.

I remember learning the Charleston steps from dad and doing it to “Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue” or  to the “Darktown Strutters Ball.”  We did the “Hucklebuck” to that recording. Of course, all these tunes were on the big records. I also remember doing the Samba and Tango with dad. In thinking back, I don’t know that he actually knew the real steps to these and other dances,  but we sure had a great time “winging it.”

I picked something that I think is really fun for my first post at the new site. This is a locally-produced show from WJR.  The basic premise is to have a group of women come in and try to answer a few questions quiz-show style, but mostly the point seems to be to make the ladies look silly. They do quite a good job of it.

There are some things in this recording that I find really interesting. Every woman who is chosen gives her complete name and address on the air. Actually, not her complete name; most of them identify themselves as Mrs. (husband’s complete name). Some gave their first names in the course of the conversation, but most don’t until asked for it. The only lady who gave her first name voluntarily wasn’t married; this was confirmed by the host. This group of women are from the PTA at Hubert School, which was in the Brightmoor neighborhood of Detroit and  closed in 2005.  Another really interesting note in the recording is one woman mentioned that she and her family moved to Highland Park to get out of the city. She talks about how hard it is to see her old friends from Brightmoor since she’s moved way out in the country. Anyone from Detroit should find this amusing. If you’d like to know more about Hubert School you can visit What is lisinopril a generic for but be aware that there is audio on every page with no button to turn it off. You might want to mute your speakers while perusing the site.

The prize given at the end of the show is awesome. I wish I had one. You’ll have to listen all the way through to find out what it is.

Here’s the direct link to the audio file at my bandcamp page.

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I’m back with a fun program to start the new year: Sing Along with Karl, Jack and Dan, who were also known as The Landt Trio. Phenergan tablets uk gives the history of the group along with a catalog of known recordings. There aren’t many.

This program is dated March 27, 1944 for broadcast on WJR on March 28 at 1:00am. Songs include “I Want to be Happy,” “So Little Time,” “Someone Else is Taking my place,” “When the Red Red Robin goes Bob-bob-bobbin’ along” and “Ikki Tikki Tambo” (or something close to that, it’s a little hard to catch exactly what they’re saying). The whole program is a lot of fun; my kids enjoyed listening as I recorded and edited it.

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Contrary to what this broadcast is called, this isn’t a rehearsal. It’s a program that was produced in Detroit featuring Gus Haenschen and his orchestra. I found a great site that gave a history of Gus Haenschen (Where can i get nolvadex or clomid), who also went by the name of Carl Fenton until 1927. Here’s the info that’s pertinent to this recording:

During the World War II years he conducted an all-string orchestra for a weekly show from Detroit sponsored by beer manufacturer Stroh’s. The show was broadcast in the Mid-West (Stroh’s was not sold in the Eastern states at the time). Singers included Margaret Daum and baritone Thomas L. Thomas.

That’s exactly what we have here, including Margaret Daum and Thomas L. Thomas. Unfortunately this show is not complete. My disc is marked #2 of 2, and I don’t seem to have #1. It also ends abruptly during an awesome commercial for Stroh’s Bohemian Beer. I do have quite a few other recordings of “Gus Haenschen’s Rehearsal” (15, I think), many of which are complete—and some of which I’m sure will have that great commercial in its entirety.

This program includes “I’m Making Believe,” “Tango of Roses” (in a rumba arrangement), and “White Christmas.” The first piece on the record is not credited during the program, but my grandpa’s index cards include a song called “Wang Wang Blues.” I’m guessing that’s what the first piece is.

One thing that makes me chuckle every time I hear this is the enthusiastic applause of the studio audience… which sounds like about three people.

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Today’s recording isn’t Christmas-y, but it was originally recorded on December 16, 1944 for broadcast on WJR on December 17, 1944 at 3:15-3:30am. That seems a suitable time of day for this recording, since (in my opinion) it would make a great cure for insomnia. This just isn’t my favorite style of music.

This is a program of Howard Smith on piano. He was born October 9, 1910 and from what I could find about him seemed to be a popular studio musician at the time. He recorded with Adrian Rollini (Adrian Rollini 1934-1938), Red Norvo (Knockin’ on Wood), Tommy Dorsey (This is Tommy Dorsey), and Tommy Dorsey and the Clambake Seven (The Complete Tommy Dorsey Vols. V and VI ) (thanks to Can u get prednisone over the counter for all that info). He also played with the Freeman String Band in the early ’50s (thanks to That’s about all I could find about him.

This recording contains only three songs: Body and Soul, I Told Every Little Star, and When a Woman Loves a Man. They are solo piano, no other instruments. The actual program was a little longer, but I wasn’t able to play the entire disc due to cracking and delamination of the shellac around the edges of the disc. I think I must have only lost one song though, since my recording is around 13 minutes long and each disc side can only hold 15 minutes. There are a some bursts of noise throughout the recording each lasting a few seconds long. I did my best with noise reduction but they’re still there.

This definitely isn’t my favorite disc in the collection, but since today is the 66th anniversary of its airing I thought it was as good a time as any to post it.

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