Star Spangled Radio Hour- 9.26.20

Friday, September 25th

SSRH 538


September 26, 2020 








Benny Goodman All-Stars




For the Record 1


V-Disc Recording Session


Monday, July 31, 1944


11:30 pm – Midnight


NBC Radio City


Rockefeller Center


New York, NY




Jack Costello, announcer


Deems Taylor, host




Benny Goodman and his Orchestra




Broadcast to Scandinavia


Wednesday, January 15, 1940


NBC Radio City


Rockefeller Center


New York, NY






Undated Broadcast


Early July 1943


Roof Garden


Hotel Astor


New York, NY






Saturday, August 9, 1941


11:00-11:30 pm


Panther Room


College Inn


Hotel Sherman


Chicago, Illinois


(NBC-Red) (WMAQ)




Benny Goodman Sextet




Kings of Jazz


Recorded Saturday, December 8, 1945


Schirmer Studios


New York, NY


Broadcast Friday, February 8, 1946




Alistair Cooke, host




SSRH 538 Playlist




(31Jul44)  Program Open, After You’ve Gone, (There’ll Be a) Jubilee (Mildred Bailey, vocal), Goodbye Sue (Perry Como, vocal), Benny Goodman introduces the All-Stars, Hallelujah (quartet), These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You), The Darktown Strutter’s Ball, Program Close (15Jan40) (from off-air) NBC International Station Break and ID, Let’s Dance (opening theme), Scatter-brain, Indian Summer (Helen Forrest, vocal) (n/c), One O’Clock Jump (in progress) (Two O’Clock Jump coda only), Goodbye (closing theme) (from NBC studio) One O’Clock Jump with Two O’Clock Jump coda) (complete, 5:05 timing) (early July 1943) Stealin’ Apples (extended Benny Goodman solo) (9Aug41) Let’s Dance, The Count, Time Was (Tommy Taylor, vocal), Clarinet a la King, Soft as Spring (Helen Forrest, vocal), Perfidia (Helen Forrest, vocal), Caprice XXIII Paganini, Anything (Tommy Taylor, vocal), A Smo-o-o-oth One (to close) (8Dec45) Program Open, Introduction of sextet, After You’ve Gone, Body and Soul (trio), Slipped Disc, Liza (trio), Confessin’, The World is Waiting for the Sunrise, Stompin’ at the Savoy, Somebody Loves Me, Good-bye (closing theme)