Episode 431 – Let’s Break The Good News

On this week’s show Damon has chosen some of his favourite tracks.

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Music Played

Let’s Break The Good NewsSimon GledhillNew Victoria Centre, Howden-le-Wear

3/19 Wurlitzer
Crescendo (CDHLW 1007)2011
It’s Been a Long, Long TimeBill VlasakParamount Music Palace, Indianapolis IN

4/42 Wurlitzer
WJV Productions,Inc (WJVCD-105)1990
About A Quarter ‘Til NineDave WickerhamJohn Dickinson High School, Wilmington DE

3/66 Kimball
Dickinson Theatre Organ Society (DTOS901)2000
I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plan/PleaseRobert WolfeLowery ElectronicWolfe Productions (WPCD 15)2010
BluesetteBryan RodwellHammond X66CBS (S 64694)
RioKlaus WunderlichHammond H100Bell Records (BLR 89 117)2010
JavaChris McPheeCapri Theatre, Adelaide

4/29 Wurlitzer
Chris McPhee (CMCD003)1999
On Green Dolphin Street/On The Sunny Side Of The StreetChris PowellKarrinyup Community Centre, Perth, Australia

3/20 Wurlitzer
CMP Productions (CMPCD05)2002
Chinatown, My ChinatownPhil KelsallTower Ballroom, Blackpool

3/14 Wurlitzer
Crimson Productions (CRIMCD79)1999

Episode 313 – Clayhall for Chris

It’s star organist time and we are happy to present for the first time Chris Powell! For the next 30 minutes we will take you back in time as we re-create a live broadcast with audience in the cavernous acoustics of St. John Vianney Church, Clayhall complete with the fine Ex-Ritz Nuneaton Compton as Chris presents music from the golden age of the cinema organ!

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Music played

Happy Days Are Here Again

Dambusters March

‘Cole Porter’ Selection: Another Openin’, Another Show/You Do Something To Me/It’s De-Lovely/In The Still Of The Night/True Love/Begin The Beguine/Anything Goes/It’s Alright With Me/Night And Day/I Love You, Samantha/So In Love

Bye Bye Blackbird/We’ll Meet Again/White Cliffs Of Dover/There’ll Always Be An England/I’ll See You In My Dreams/The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise/12th Street Rag/If My Friends Could See Me Now

All tracks played  on the 3/7 Compton in St John Vianney, Clayhall. Recorded by Damon Cox using 4x Sontronics STC-1S microphones, recorded with Zoom F8 Recorder and mixed with Adobe Audition. Organ tuned by Nigel Laflin and maintained by members of the COS Southern District. Thanks to The Cinema Organ Society & Chris Powell for their assistance in making this possible.