Star Spangled Radio Hour - 3.9.19

Saturday, March 9th

SSRH 457


March 9, 2019






CELEBRATING LES BROWN’S BIRTHDAY






LES BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRA






C 4113-1


Okeh 6633


EVENING STAR


(Theme)


December 23, 1941


Chicago






BLUE DEVIL JAZZ (open)


I WON’T TELL A SOUL


Vocal refrain by Miriam Shaw


I MUST SEE ANNIE TONIGHT


Vocal refrain by Herb Muse


ALL ASHORE


BLUE DEVIL JAZZ (close)


NBC-Blue sustaining broadcast


Nelson Case, announcer


December 7, 1938


12:30 – 1:00 am


Green Room, Hotel Edison


New York






041505


Bluebird 10827


BLUE DIVIL JAZZ


August 7, 1939


New York






CO 29168-1


Okeh 5964


DIG IT!


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


November 28, 1940


New York






CO 29418-1


Okeh 6011


V-Disc 853-A


ANVIL CHORUS


January 8, 1941


New York






CO 29740-1


Okeh 6085


BOOGLIE WOOGLIE PIGGY


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


February 17, 1941


New York






C 3659-1


Okeh 6199


MARCH SLAV


April 8, 1941


Chicago






CO 31009-1A


Okeh 6414


JOLTIN’ JOE DIMAGGIO


Vocal refrain by Betty Bonney and the Band


August 8, 1941


New York






CO 31328-1


Columbia 36688


V-Disc 213-B


BIZET HAS HIS DAY


September 17, 1941


New York






CO 31330-1


Okeh 6430


THAT SOLID OLD MAN (IS HERE AGAIN)

Vocal refrain by Betty Bonney


September 17, 1941


New York






CO 31331-1A


Okeh 6696


Columbia 37349


MEXICAN HAT DANCE


September 17, 1941


New York






C 4019-1


Okeh 6500


HE’S 1-A IN THE ARMY AND HE’S A-1 IN MY HEART


Vocal refrain by Betty Bonney


October 15, 1941


Chicago






C 4111-1


Okeh 6573


EVERYBODY’S MAKING MONEY BUT TCHAIKOVSKY


Vocal refrain by Betty Bonney and Butch Stone


December 23, 1941


Chicago






OK FOR BABY


Coca Cola Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands No. 278


August 10, 1943


Blue Network Broadcast


Gil Newsome, announcer


6th AAF Base Air Depot


Miami Army Air Base, Florida






EMBRACEABLE YOU


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


HOLIDAY FOR STRINGS


SAN FERNANDO VALLEY


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


Coca Cola Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands No. 479


March 31, 1944


Blue Network broadcast


Mayo General Hospital


Galesburg, Illinois






G. I. JIVE


Vocal refrain by Butch Stone


AFRS One Night Stand No. 328


July 17, 1944


From a CBS sustaining broadcast


Café Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania


New York




VP 815 – D4TC 259


V-Disc 283-B


Navy V-Disc 63-B


LEAP FROG (open)


FLIP LID


Spoken introduction by Les Brown


Probably July 1944 V-Disc Recording Session


England Army General Hospital


Atlantic City, New Jersey






VP 1159 – D5TC 79


V-Disc 412-B


Navy V-Disc 192-B


TAKE ME IN YOUR ARMS


Spoken Introduction by Les Brown and Doris Day


Vocal refrain by Doris Day






VP 986 - XP 33790


V-Disc 349-A


SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


From NBC “For the Record” broadcast


October 2, 1944


New York








CO 33823-1


Columbia 36763


SLEIGH RIDE IN JULY


Vocal refrain by Gordon Drake


November 20, 1944


New York






CO 33824-1


Columbia 36763


ROBIN HOOD


Vocal refrain by Butch Stone


November 20, 1944


New York






CO 34267-1


Columbia 36804


‘TAIN’T ME


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


February 4, 1945


New York






CO 34716-1


Columbia 36828


LEAP FROG


May 10, 1945


New York






CO 34718-1


Columbia 36828


HE’LL HAVE TO CROSS THE ATLANTIC


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


May 10, 1945


New York






LEAP FROG (open)


NEGRA CONSENTIDA


(My Pet Brunette)


I’M CONFESSIN’


Jimmy Zito, Trumpet solo


ONE MEAT BALL

Butch Stone, vocal


PLEASE DON’T TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I’M GONE


AFRS One Night Stand No. 803


From a CBS sustaining remote broadcast


Bill Ewing, CBS announcer


Hollywood Palladium


August 28, 1945






HCO-1533-1


Columbia 36884


COME TO BABY, DO


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


September 6, 1945


Hollywood






CO 36019-1


Columbia CL 539


V-Disc 660-B


THE DEEVIL, DEVIL DIVIL


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


March 27, 1946


New York






CO 36020-1


Columbia 38292


V-Disc 660-B


FLOATIN’


March 27, 1946


New York






CO 36021-1A


COLUMBIA 36977


I’VE GOT THE SUN IN THE MORNING


Vocal refrain by Doris Day


March 27, 1946


New York






HCO 2033-1


Columbia CL 539


ON THE BEACH AT WAIKIKI


September 16, 1946


Hollywood






HCO 2776-1A


Columbia 38250


BLUE DANUBE


November 11, 1947


Hollywood






LEAP FROG (close)


CBS sustaining broadcast


Harry Mitchell, announcer


November 7, 1943


Hollywood Palladium
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