On this week’s show Damon Cox celebrates the 90th Birthday of two of the large Wurlitzer’s imported into this country. The Paramount/Odeon, Manchester and the Trocadero Elephant & Castle were both divided instruments in huge auditoriums.
Sit back and enjoy some nostalgic sounds of these instruments in their original locations.
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|Casse Noisette Suite: March/Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy/Waltz Of The Flowers||Quentin Maclean||Trocadero Elephant and Castle, London|
|Sterndale Records (STE 1016)||1994|
|Green Turtle Samba||Dennis Mathew||Trocadero Elephant and Castle, London|
|Carwall Records (LP/101)||1959|
|Butterflies In The Rain||William Davies||Trocadero Elephant and Castle, London|
|BBC Records (REC 349)||1979|
|I’m Getting Sentimental Over You||Eric Lord||Paramount/Odeon Manchester|
|Acorn Records (CF 225)||1972|
|Waltz: The Gypsy Princess||Ernest Broadbent||Paramount/Odeon Manchester|
|Acorn Records (CF 235)||1973|
|On The Avenue: Slumming On Park Avenue/You’re Laughing At Me/The Girl On The Police Gazette/This Years Kisses/He Ain’t Got Rhythm/I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm||Henry Croudson||Paramount/Odeon Manchester|
|Acorn Records (CF 270)||1977|