Episode 99 – David Lobban At Ossett

On this weeks show we feature edited highlights from David Lobban’s recent concert Ossett Town Hall Compton/Christie. David plays, Latin American, Jazz, Ballads and Blackpool!

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Music played

Cumana/Brazil

Lullaby Of The Leaves/Early Autumn

Singin In The Rain/Ain’t Missbehavin’/People Will Say We’re In Love

Lets Face The Music And Dance/You Were Never Lovelier/On The Sunny Side Of The Street/Bring Me Sunshine/Crazy People/Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams/So Whats New?

Recorded by Damon on a Zoom H2N. A big thank you to David for letting us record! Also thanks to Ian Hughes and members of the NTOT for keeping this fine instrument in tip top condition. This was recorded with permission from Wakefield Council.


Episode 97 – Trip To Bristol

On this week’s show, Damon and James take a trip to Bristol and visit two organs both owned by the Welsh Wizard Byron Jones. Damon talks to Byron about his home Wurlitzer and the Wizard Compton. Both organs are featured by both Byron Jones and Declan Poole!

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Declan – Red Roses For A Blue Lady/Come Dancing

Byron- Love Everlasting

Byron- You’re My Word

Declan – Somebody Stole My Gal

Byron – A Broken Rosary

Byron – Pasadena/You Made Me Love You/Toot Toot Tootsie

Recorded by Damon on a Zoom H2N, on location at Melody House and Eden Grove Methodist Church, Filton, Bristol. A big thank you to Byron and Terry for their hospitality and to Declan for recording for us as well.

Episode 95 – Nicholas Martin at Brentford

On this weeks show Damon and James feature edited highlights from Nick Martins recent concert on the Ex-ABC Kingston Wurlitzer which is now installed in the Brentford Musical Museum. Nick plays Marches, Waltzes and Ragtime and he also talks to Damon about his career.

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Music played

Hey Look Me Over

Semper Fidelis/King Cotton

For You/I’ll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time/Under The Linden Tree

Moonlight And Roses/I Love You Because/Make Believe/Poor People Of Paris/Side Saddle/China Tea/Lucky Five/Black & White Rag

Recorded by Damon on a Zoom H2N. A big thank you to Nick for letting us record and for taking the time to talk to us! Also thanks to Richard Cole and Owen Cooper of the musical museum for keeping this fine Wurlitzer in tip top condition!

Episode 80 – Donald MacKenzie Live at Tywyn

On this week’s show we are delighted to be returning to Tywyn and the ex-Granada Woolwich Wurlitzer. Donald MacKenzie (from London’s Odeon Leicester Square) presents a programme of favourite music, demonstrating the many sounds of this fine Wurlitzer pipe organ.

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Music Played

Dudley Beaven – We Saw The Sea/Portrait Of A Toy Soldier – Private Recording courtesy of John Leeming

Donald MacKenzie –

‘Bless The Bride’ Selection : Bless The Bride/This Is My Lovely Day/I Have Never Kissed Before/Ma Belle Margurite/Oh What Will Mother Say

Lady Of Spain/Laura/Sidewalk Serenade

Nights Of Gladness

Weather Selection: Powder Your Face With Sunshine/We’ll All Go Riding On A Rainbow/Shine/Blue Skies/Painting The Clouds With Sunshine/Happy Days Are Here Again (including Land Of My Fathers)

Recorded by Damon Cox – Copyright Musiqua 2015

With thanks to John Smallwood (Organ Curator)

Episode 42 – Donald Mackenzie broadcasts from Tywyn

This weeks show is a special broadcast given by Donald Mackenzie in front of a live audience at the Tywyn Wurlitzer. So, sit back and re-live the golden age of radio!

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DM Twywn

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Music Played

Down The Mall

‘The Boy Friend’ Selection: The Boy Friend/All I Want Is A Room In Bloomsbury/It’s Never Too Late To Fall In Love/Fancy Forgetting/I Could Be Happy With You/Won’t You Charleston With Me/Poor Little Pierette

Wedding Of The Painted Doll/Doreen/Choo Choo Samba

Welsh Tunes: The Ash Grove/All Through The Night

Moonstruck

Happy Selection: I Want To Be Happy/Sometimes I’m Happy/Spread A Little Happiness/Today I Feel So Happy/I Want To Be Happy (reprise)

All musical arrangements by Donald Mackenzie Recorded by Damon Cox. Thanks to John Smallwood for his permission to record the Organ. (c) 2014

Episode 34 – A Visit To Tonawanda, Chorleywood

On this weeks special extended show Damon takes a trip to Len Rawle’s house in Chorleywood to talk about his 4 manual Wurlitzer and to hear Len at the console.

DC and LR

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Music Played

Sandy MacPherson  – Happy Days Are Here Again– Private Recording

Len Rawle – Jazz Pizzicato – DMCD 2014

Sandy Macpheson – Here Comes The Sun/Keep Your Sunny Side Up – Private Recording

Jesse Crawford – A Broken Rosary – Masters Of The Wurlitzer 2011

Len Rawle – Quando, Quando, Quando – TWS 1976

Len Rawle – That’s The Way We Were – DMCD 2014

Len Rawle – Don’t Get Around Much Anymore/I’m Beginning To See The Light – DMCD 2014

Len Rawle – That’s Life – DMCD 2014

Len Rawle – Music – DMCD 2014

Len Rawle & Donald MacKenzie – Happy Days Are Here Again – DMCD 2014

Episode 29 – Opera House Highlights

The latest episode can be downloaded now! – Featuring Highlights from the recent Blackpool Opera House Concert with Len Rawle and Cameron Lloyd. Recorded with permission by Steve Tovey.

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Len and Cameron

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Music Played

Len Rawle – Everything’s Coming Up In Roses/Here’s That Rainy/Varsity Drag/That’s A Plenty/You Were Meant For Me/Geanine I Dream Of Lilac Time/Ho Down

Cameron Lloyd – I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside/Imperial Echoes/I Kiss Your Hand Madame/Around The World/Whispering/Somebody Stole My Gal