woensdag 18 oktober 2017

Twee Jantjes - Op 't hoekje brandt nog licht (1956) (Philips P 17638 H mtx AA 17638.2 H) (78rpm)

De Twee Jantjes was een Limburgs duo bestaand uit Johnny Hoes en Jan Hendriks. Hun repertoire bestaat uit cowboy- en jodelliedjes. De Twee Jantjes scoren hits met het liedjes De Smokkelaar en De Stroper.

Twee Jantjes - Op 't hoekje brandt nog licht


Tommy Tucker Time & Kerwin Somerville - Seven beers with the wrong woman ( 1940) (OKeh 5815 mtx 28522) (78rpm)


Gerald L. Duppler (May 18, 1903 – July 11, 1989), better known under his stage name Tommy Tucker, was an American bandleader.
The Tommy Tucker Orchestra entertained many listeners as a big band in the 1930s and 1940s. Popular as a dance band, the Tucker orchestra played concert halls, theatres, hotels and various venues across the country—for a span of 25 years. Recorded for Okeh in June 1941, his biggest hit, "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire", achieved status as a Gold Record. Tucker wrote his own theme song, "I Love You (Oh, How I Love You)"; it was published on four record labels, including Brunswick, in 1935, and MGM in 1951.


Tommy Tucker Time & Kerwin Somerville - Seven beers with the wrong woman


Tiroler Holzhacker Bub'n - Feuerwehr galop (1950) (Philips P 17173 H mtx AA 1713.1 H) (78rpm)

Tiroler Holzhacker Bub'n stonden onder leiding van Gerard Lebon.
Vocalisten waren Carla Remy en Hans Wiljon. Tevens was zangeres Gerda Ziller een vaste medewerkster, die prachtig kon jodelen. Gerda heeft nog een jaar samen met Dalia Verade een duo gevormd als The Doré Sisters.

 

Tiroler Holzhacker Bub'n - Feuerwehr galop


 


donderdag 12 oktober 2017

Aileen Stanley & Billy Murray - Down by the Winegar Woiks (1926) (Victor 19838A) (78rpm)


Aileen Stanley, born Maude Elsie Aileen Muggeridge (1897 - March 24, 1982), was a popular American singer.

Stanley performed in vaudeville and cabarets. In 1920 she was a hit in New York City in the review show Silks And Satins and made the first of her numerous recordings the same year. The majority of her records in the '20s were for the Victor Talking Machine Company, but she also recorded with other labels with recording studios in the New York City area, including Edison, Pathe, Okeh, Brunswick, Vocalion, Gennett and others. Many of her records sold well at the time.

Victor Records produced a popular series of records pairing Stanley with singer Billy Murray.

Aileen Stanley & Billy Murray - Down by the Winegar Woiks



 




 






zaterdag 7 oktober 2017

Bietenbouwers & De Dorsvlegels - Hup faldera (Bums faldera) (Philips P 17050 H mtx AA 17050.1 H) (78rpm)


Het orkest de Bietenbouwers ontstond bij toeval. Orkestleider Ger de Roos was in dienst bij de KRO en die omroep wilde in 1948 een zg. Boeren Zondag organiseren en daar hoorde een boerenkapel bij. Voor de samenstelling van de kapel werd Ger de Roos benaderd. De Roos zette een tiental muzikanten bij elkaar en nodigde Gait Jan Kruutmoes (Kees Schilperoort) uit in de rol van "landelijke omroeper": De Bietenbouwers o.l.v. Boer Biet, met praotjes van Gait Jan Kruutmoes.

Het optreden was een groot succes en het duurde dan ook niet lang of de Bietenbouwers waren op vaste tijden op de KRO-radio te horen. Er volgden optredens in het land en daarbuiten.

De Bietenbouwers waren actief tot 1954. In dat jaar stapte Ger de Roos op en werd hij vervangen door Jo Budie. De kapel heette voortaan Boertjes van Buuten.


Bietenbouwers & De Dorsvlegels - Hup faldera (Bums faldera)


 

Ken Griffin - The band played on (Philips B 21819 H mtx AA 21819.2 H) (78rpm)

Kenneth W. "Ken" Griffin (December 28, 1909 – March 11, 1956) was an American organist.

Griffin was born in Columbia, Missouri. His biggest hit was "You Can't Be True, Dear" (1948), which was first released as an instrumental, and later that year re-released with a vocal by Jerry Wayne dubbed in. Both versions became popular, selling over 3.5 million copies. He also starred in a 1954-55 syndicated television series, 67 Melody Lane. He recorded on a variety of record labels including Columbia and Rondo.
Picture: THE KEN GRIFFIN SOCIETY
It was in the 1940s in Aurora, Illinois that Griffin broke into the nightclub circuit, playing at the Rivoli Cafe nightly. The sessions at the Rivoli cafe were broadcast on the radio station, WMRO, and the program became popular. Griffin died on March 11, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois at the age of 46, of a heart attack and was buried at Lincoln Memorial Park in Aurora. Columbia had many hours of Griffin's unreleased recordings on tape, and continued to release "new" recordings of Griffin's music for a number of years after his death.

Ken Griffin - The band played on




 


The Revelers - I'm gonna charleston, back to charleston (HMV B2182 mtx 4_4161) (78rpm)


The Revelers were an American quintet (four close harmony singers and a pianist) popular in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The Revelers' recordings of "Dinah", "Old Man River", "Valencia", "Baby Face", "Blue Room", "The Birth of the Blues", "When Yuba Plays the Rumba on the Tuba", and many more, became popular in the United States and then Europe in the late 1920s. In August 1929, they appeared in the Netherlands with Richard Tauber at the Kurhaus, Scheveningen and the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.


Revelers - I'm gonna charleston, back to charleston