Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Delirious Insomniac: Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee

Cliff Edwards - Night Owl
Bert Ambrose (vocal - Sam Browne) - Lazy Bones
Cab Calloway - There's A Cabin In The Cotton
Benny Carter - Synthetic Love

Billy Cotton - Somebody Stole My Gal
Benny Goodman - Aintcha Glad
Al Bowlly & Ray Noble - Did You Ever See A Dream Walking
Charlie Kunz (vocal Eve Becke) - Did My Heart Beat

Mills Bros, Boswell Sisters, Bing Crosby - Life Is Just A Bowl of Cherries
Hotel Pennsylvania Music - Cheer Up, Good Times Are Coming!
Graham Prince & His Orchestra - the Clouds Will Soon Roll By
Victor Young & His Orchestra - The Grass Is Getting Greener
Mildred Bailey - Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

Enric Madriguera's Hotel Biltmore Orchestra - Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee
Ben Selvin & his Orchestra - Them Good Times Are Coming Back Again
Ted Lewis & His Orchestra - Headin' For Better Times
Chick Bullock & His Levee Loungers - I'd Rather Be A Beggar With You

Listen to the Second Hour

Alex Bartha's Hotel Traymore Orchestra - It Must Be Swell To Be Laying Out Dead
Freddy Martin & His Orchestra - In A One Room Flat
Chick Bullock & His LEvee Loungers - Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Leo Reisman & Orchestra - Supper Time
Julia Gerity - Sittin' On A Rubbish Can

Paul Specht & His Orchestra - I Found A Million Dollar Baby
Emil Coleman & His Orchestra - I Got Five Dollars
Chick Bullock's Levee Loungers - Here It Is Monday And I've Still Got A Dollar
Eddie Droesch & His Orchestra - Last Dollar
Gene Kardos & His Orchestra - If I Ever Get A Job Again
Ted Lewis & His Orchestra - Buy American!

Jack Teagarden & His Orchestra - Son of The Sun
Boswell Sisters - (We've Got To) Put That Sun Back In The Sky
Ben Selvin & His Orchestra - Dancing In The Dark
Sam Lanin & His Orchestra - Whistling In The Dark
Ben Selvin & His Orchestra - Whistle And Blow Your Blues Away

Billy Mayerl - Four Aces: Ace of Clubs/Ace of Diamonds/Ace of Hearts/Ace of Spades

Old Time Radio: Lux Radio Theater 02-22-37: Captain Blood w/ Erroll Flynn, Olivia De Haveland, and Basil Rathbone

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