Star Spangled Radio Hour 1.4.20

Saturday, January 4th

PLAYLIST



Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street



February 17, 1941



(NBC-Blue)



PROGRAM OPEN



FRANKIE AND JOHNNY



BASIN STREET BLUES



Henry Levine’s Dixieland Octet



Vocal refrain by Dinah Shore



Gene Hamilton, announcer





G. I. Jive 933



1945



(AFRS)



PROGRAM OPEN



ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET



PROGRAM CLOSE



Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by the Sentimentalists



Martha Wilkerson (“G. I. Jill”), host





Frank Dailey’s Meadowbrook Ballroom



Cedar Grove, New Jersey



March 19, 1940



(NBC-Blue)



STOP, IT’S WONDERFUL!



NO NAME JIVE



Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Pee Wee Hunt



William "Bill" Abernathy, announcer





Glen Island Casino



New Rochelle, New York



September 1, 1939



(NBC-Blue)



BLUE FLAME (theme)



WOODCHOPPER’S BALL



Woody Herman and the Band that Plays the Blues



John Patrick Francis "Jack" Costello, announcer





Hotel New Yorker Ice Terrace



New York



February 19, 1941



(NBC-Red)



FUR TRAPPER’S BALL



Woody Herman and the Band that Plays the Blues



Oscar Alvin “Butch” or “Al” Robinson, announcer





Southland Café



Boston, MA



February 20, 1940



(NBC-Blue)



ONE O’CLOCK JUMP (THEME)



BABY, DON’T YOU TELL ON ME



Count Basie and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Jimmy Rushing



Fred B. Cole, announcer





Hotel Astor Roof



New York



August 28, 1942



(CBS)



BUT NOT FOR ME



TANGERINE



FOOT DRAGGIN’ BLUES



CRAZY RHYTHM



CIRIBIRIBIN (THEME)



Harry James and his Music Makers



Vocal refrains by Helen Forrest and Johnny McAfee



Ed Fleming, announcer





Panther Room, College Inn, Hotel Sherman



Chicago



August 9, 1941



(NBC-Red)



LET’S DANCE (THEME)



THE COUNT



PERFIDIA



Benny Goodman and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Helen Forrest





Camel Rumba Review



NBC Radio City



Rockefeller Center



New York



1941



(NBC-Red and NBC-White)



PROGRAM OPEN



CARNIVALES DE ORIENTE



MEDLEY:



   DO I WORRY, TWO HEARTS IN THE NIGHT, MARTA



YO TE AMORE



Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra



Vocal refrains by Lina Romay, the Cugat Chorus and Miguelito Valdes



Bert Parks, announcer





Carnivale de Broadway



Hotel Astor Roof



New York



August 15, 1940



(NBC-White)



I’M GETTIN’ SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU (theme)



THE ONE I LOVE (BELONGS TO SOMEBODY ELSE)



Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers



Bunny Berigan, trumpet solo



Alfredo Barratt, announcer





Fame and Fortune



NBC Radio City



Rockefeller Center



New York



January 23, 1941



(NBC-Blue)



PROGRAM OPEN



WHATCHA KNOW JOE?



Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers



Buddy Rich, drums



Fred Utall, announcer





Hotel Astor Roof



New York



August 4, 1940



(NBC-Red)



SO WHAT?



I’M GETTIN’ SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU (theme)



Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra



Buddy Rich, drums



Lyle Van, announcer





Streets of Paris



International Casino



New York



November 7, 1938



(NBC-Red)



DIPSY DOODLE (theme)



THE HOT GAVOTTE



Larry Clinton and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Bea Wain



Nelson Case, announcer





Streets of Paris



International Casino



New York



November 15, 1938



(NBC-Red)



THE CAMPBELLS ARE SWINGING



A STUDY IN BROWN (theme)



Larry Clinton and his Orchestra



Lyle Van, announcer





Blue Room



Hotel Lincoln



New York



December 14, 1938



(NBC-White)



NIGHTMARE (theme)



BEGIN THE BEGUINE



Artie Shaw and his Orchestra



Bill Spargrove (William Sparrowgrove), announcer





Hotel Astor Roof



New York



August 22, 1941



BOOGLIE WOOGLIE PIGGY



Will Bradley and his Orchestra featuring Ray McKinley



Vocal refrain by Terry Allen and Ray McKinley



Gilbert Martyn, announcer





Café Rouge



Hotel Pennsylvania



New York



April 17, 1941



(NBC-Red)



TURN LEFT


AMAPOLA



Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra



Vocal refrain by Bob Eberly and Helen O’Connell



Bill Abernathy, announcer





WEAF War Bond Jamboree



New York



May 1, 1943



(NBC)



TAKE THE “A” TRAIN (theme)



DON’T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE



TAKE THE “A” TRAIN (theme)



Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra



Howard Petrie, announcer



Duke Ellington, host





The Kraft Music Hall



NBC Hollywood



May 4, 1944



(NBC)



PROGRAM OPEN



IT’S LOVE, LOVE, LOVE



Vocal refrain by Bing Crosby and the Music Maids



Ken Carpenter, announcer



Bing Crosby, host





Glenn Miller’s Sunset Serenade


Café Rouge


Hotel Pennsylvania



New York



(NBC-Blue)



November 29, 1941



MOONLIGHT SERENADE (theme)



FLAGWAVER



THIS IS NO LAUGHING MATTER



THE NICKEL SERENADE



MOONLIGHT SERENADE (theme)



Glenn Miller and his Orchestra



Vocal refrains by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and the Modernaries



Bill Abernathy, announcer





I Sustain the Wings



NBC Vanderbilt Theater



New York



November 6, 1943



THE ARMY AIR CORPS (fanfare)



I SUSTAIN THE WINGS (theme)



AMERICAN PATROL



MEDLEY:



   CAPRICE VIENNOIS, SUNDAY, MONDAY OR ALWAYS, MY ISLE OF GOLDEN DREAMS,



   THE BIRTH OF THE BLUES



The Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra directed by Capt. Glenn Miller


Vocal refrain by Pvt. Art Malvin



Cpl. Ray McKinley, drums



Lt. Donald Briggs, announcer



Capt. Glenn Miller, host





I Sustain the Wings



NBC Vanderbilt Theater



New York



March 25, 1944



LONG AGO (AND FAR AWAY)



The Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra directed by Capt. Glenn Miller


Vocal refrain by Sgt. Johnny Desmond



Capt. Glenn Miller, host





Uncle Sam Presents



NBC Studio 6-A



Rockefeller Center



New York



April 22, 1944



THERE’LL BE A HOT TIME IN THE TOWN OF BERLIN



I SUSTAIN THE WINGS (theme)



LONG TALL MAMA (ride out)



The Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra directed by Capt. Glenn Miller



Vocal refrain by T/Sgt. Ray McKinley and the Crew Chiefs



Lt. Donald Briggs, announcer



Capt. Glenn Miller, host





Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street



NBC Radio City



Rockefeller Center



New York



First Anniversary Program



February 10, 1941



(NBC-Blue)



“FRANCESCO E GIOVANNI” (REPRISE)



THANK YOU FOR ANNIVERSARY WISHES



“Dr. Gino Hamilton,” announcer
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