Star Spangled Radio Hour - 10.6.18

Saturday, October 6th

SSRH 435

October 6, 2018

“ONE HIT WONDERS”

COW COW BOOGIE

Freddy Slack and his Orchestra

Ella Mae Morse, vocal

May 21, 1942

Capitol 102

SWEET SLUMBER

Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra

Trevor Bacon, vocal

October 19, 1943

Decca 18569

PITOL PACKIN MAMA

Al Deter and his Troopers

Al Dexter, vocal

March 18, 1942

Okeh 6708

BEAT ME DADDY, EIGHT TO THE BAR, PART 1

Will Bradley and his Orchestra

Featuring Ray Mc Kinley

Ray McKinley and the Band, vocal

May 21, 1940

Columbia 35530

BEAT ME DADDY, EIGHT TO THE BAR, PART 2

Will Bradley and his Orchestra

Featuring Ray Mc Kinley

Ray McKinley and the Band, vocal

May 21, 1940

Columbia 35530

LOCH LOMAND

Maxine Sullivan and her Orchestra

Under the direction of Claude Thornhill

Maxine Sullivan, vocal

Vocalion 3654

August 6, 1937

WABASH CANNONBALL

Roy Acuff and his Crazy Tennesseans

Roy Acuff, vocal

October 21, 1936

Vocalion 04466

I CAN’T GET STARTED WITH YOU

Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra

Bunny Berigan, vocal

August 7, 1937

Victor 36208

A TISKET A TASKET

Chick Webb and his Orchestra

Ella Fitzgerald, vocal

May 2, 1938

Decca 1840

FLAT FEET FLOOGIE

Slim and Slam

February 17, 1938

Vocalion 4021

MY HEART BELONGS TO DADDY

Mary Martin

With Eddie Duchin and his Orchestra

December 2, 1938

Brunswick 8282

CHEROKEE

Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra

Billy May arrangement

July 17, 1939

Bluebird 10373

GOD BLESS AMERICA

Kate Smith

with mixed chorus and orchestra

Victor 26198

March 21, 1939

OH JOHNNY OH JOHNNY OH

Orrin Tucker and his Orchestra

Bonnie Baker, vocal

August 20, 1939

Columbia 35228

720 IN THE BOOKS

Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters

George Tunnell (Bon Bon), vocal

September 23, 1939

Decca 2771

BODY AND SOUL

Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra

October 11, 1939

Bluebird 10523

TUXEDO JUNCTION

Erskine Hawkins and his Orchestra

July 18, 1939

Bluebird 10409

CARELESS

Dick Jurgens and his Orchestra

Eddy Howard, vocal

November 2, 1939

Vocalion 5235

NEW SAN ANTONIO ROSE

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys

Tommy Duncan, vocal

April 16, 1940

Okeh 5694

DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS

Alvino Rey and his Orchestra

Bill Schallen and Skeets Herfurt, vocal

November 21, 1941

Bluebird 11391

DADDY

Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra
The Kaye Choir, vocal

March 31, 1941

Victor 27391

THE ELKS’ PARADE

Bobby Sherwood and his Orchestra

May 5, 1942

Capitol 107

AURORA

Frankie Masters and his Orchestra

Frankie Masters and the Swingmasters, vocal

May 5, 1941

Okeh 6201

THERE’S A STAR-SPANGLED BANNER WAVING SOMEWHERE

Elton Britt

Singing with violin, bass, trumpet and guitars

March 19, 1942

Bluebird B-9000

MAIRZY DOATS

The Merry Macs

Vocal with orchestra

December 13, 1943

Decca 18588

G. I. JIVE

Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five

Louis Jordan, vocal

March 15, 1944

Decca 8659

AMOR

Andy Russell

With Al Sack and his Orchestra

March 10, 1944

Capitol 156

TICO TICO

Charles Wolcott and his Orchestra

Aloysio Oliveira with the Bando Da Lua, vocal

January 30, 1944

Decca 23318

PAPER DOLL

The Mills Brothers

February 18, 1942

Decca 18318

COMIN’ IN ON A WING AND A PRAYER

The Song Spinners

May 4, 1943

Decca 18553

I’M MAKING BELIEVE

Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra

Ruth Gaylor, vocal

November 21, 1944

Bluebird 30-0831

BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS

Tony Pastor and his Orchestra

Ruth McCullough and Tony Pastor, vocal

April 4, 1945

Victor 20-1661

I DON’T WANT TO SET THE WORLD ON FIRE

Tommy Tucker and his Orchestra

Amy Arnell and the Voice Three, vocal

June 26, 1941

Okeh 6320

STORMY MONDAY BLUES

Earl Hines and his Orchestra

Billy Eckstine, vocal

March 19, 1942

Bluebird 11567-A

AQUARELLA DO BRASIL (BRAZIL)

Enric Madriguera and his Orchestra

September 26, 1941

Victor 27702

A SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE

Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra

Fran Warren, vocal

November 11, 1946

Columbia 37219

HEARTCACHES

Ted Weems and his Orchestra

Elmo Tanner, whistling

August 23, 1938 (reissued 1947)

Decca 25017

BOOGIE BLUES

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra

Anita O’ Day, vocal

August 21, 1945

Columbia 36986

FLYING HOME

Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra

May 26, 1942

Decca 18394
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