The Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC and Mike Haar Options

Playlist for February 9, 2016 Options
All Hit Of The Week records

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Title Artist Recording Approx. start time
All of Me   Options Nick Lucas  Durium A-4-B-1 10" 1932   0:00:00 MP3 | )  
Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long / Sharing   Options Andy Sannella and His Orchestra   Hit Of the Week HOW F-2-3 10" 1932   0:08:10 MP3 | )  
Let's Have Another Cup O' Coffee / Strangers   Options Phil Spitlany's Music  HOTW D-3-4 10" 1932   0:13:40 MP3 | )  
Kiss Me Goodnight   Options Morton Downey  HOTW C-4-4 10" 1932   0:21:47 MP3 | )  
River, Stay 'Way From My Door / Some of These Days   Options Erno Rapee's Orchestra  HOTW M-5-A-1 10" 1931   0:29:42 MP3 | )  
Love Letters In The Sand   Options Sam Lanin's Orchestra  HOTW K3 10" 1931   0:35:58 MP3 | )  
Home   Options Rudy Vallee  HOTW A-3-4 10" 1932   0:45:02 MP3 | )  
Cheerful LIttle Earful   Options Vincent Lopez and his Orchestra  HOTW 1120 10" 1930   0:49:45 MP3 | )  
Lullaby of The Leaves/ Betty Boop   Options Phil Spitlany's Music  HOTW F-3-4 10" 1932   0:56:31 MP3 | )  

Listener comments!

Avatar    Tue. 2/9/16 8:02pm Webhamster Henry:

Dont' forget to describe your Hit-o-the-week transcription technique!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 2/9/16 8:08pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Good gravy. The NH polls just closed and Sanders and Turnip are already declared the winners.
     Tue. 2/9/16 8:09pm Listener Robert:

I never before realized Red Buttons was parodying this w "Sam, you made the pants too long!"
     Tue. 2/9/16 8:20pm Listener Robert:

I hadn't realized the flexi-discs went back so far, either. I learn so much here.
     Tue. 2/9/16 8:21pm Listener Robert:

Contrary to your thinking, I think of flexi-discs as less fragile, hence more durable.
Avatar    Tue. 2/9/16 8:22pm JakeGould:

@KenFromHydePark: Yowza! You just made me click on the New York Times site pensively and reload it to make sure I was not being pranked. 56% Sanders 41% Clinton. WOW!
Avatar    Tue. 2/9/16 8:25pm Webhamster Henry:

For more flex fun, check out the Flexi - Cardboard - Oddity Museum of the Internet!
Avatar    Tue. 2/9/16 8:28pm Snortley:

It's lambslide! Live free and die!
Avatar    Tue. 2/9/16 8:43pm JakeGould:

Ooo… Rudy Vallée! The pantaloon dampener!
     Tue. 2/9/16 8:54pm Listener Robert:

Not damping it at the end would be sostenuto, so what's the opposite of sostenuto?
Avatar    Tue. 2/9/16 8:55pm JakeGould:

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