Episode 380 – Christie Showcase

On this weeks show John Leeming throws a spotlight on Christie organs. They were built by Hill, Norman & Beard and have a reputation for being quite quirky!

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Music Played

TangerineVic HammettRegal Edmonton

4/15 Christie
Private Recording1963
Little Red MonkeyJohn MannTony Manning Residence, Farnborough

3/9 Christie
Grosvenor Records (GRS1114)1981
Around The Marble Arch/Cuckoo In The NestGeorge BlackmoreRegal/Odeon Marble Arch, London

4/37 Christie
Private Recording1964
To A Wild RoseByron JonesAstra Theatre, Llandudno

3/8 Christie
Grosvenor Records (GRS1169)1985
Five Foot Two (Eyes Of Blue)Frank Fowlerex. Servicemen’s Club, Stotfold

3/10 Christie
John Christie Ltd (3003)1981
Dainty MissDavid ShepherdRegal Eastleigh

3c/8 Christie
Private Recording1977
12th Street RagNoel BriggsRegal Edmonton

4/15 Christie
Private Recording1973
A Kiss In The DarkWalt StronyEMD/Granada Walthamstow, London

3/12 Christie
Private Recording1084
Rhapsody In BlueGeorges Ghestem & Georges Tzipine OrchestraGaumont Palace, Paris

4/15 Christie
Editions Hortus (Hortus 160)2020

jewish matchmaker

On this weeks show Byron Jones presents his own programme of music from his own little 2 manual Wurlitzer in Melody House, Bristol. Byron’s programme includes, Love Everlasting, Smile, a selection from the Sound Of Music and many more!

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Music played

Happy Days Are Here Again/The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise

Welsh Marches (arr Jones)

Love Everlasting

On The Sunny Side Of The Street/Make Believe/Why Do I Love You/Can’t Help Loving Dat Man

Diana/There’s A Kind Of Hush/Beautiful Sunday


Sound Of Music/Do-Re-Mi/Climb Every Mountain

Happy Days Are Here Again

All tracks played by Byron Jones on the 2/6 Wurlitzer in Melody House, Bristol. Recorded by Damon Cox on a Zoom H2n. Wurlitzer tuned and maintained by Stuart Jameson and Terry Jones