The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 08/11/2008

Program name: 
The Noontime Jamboree
Air date: 
08/11/2008
ArtistTitle
Sons of the PioneersHappy Roving Cowboy
Woody Herman and his OrchestraIndian Boogie-Woogie
The Cowboy's DreamCarl T. Sprague
By the Waters of MinnetonkaEddith South and his Alabamians
I Found My Straight Shootin' CowboyOverstake Sisters
Comanche War DanceLes Brown and his Orchestra
Dude CowboyLouise Massey and the Westerners, Curt Massey Vocal
Big Chief De SotaFats Waller and his Rhythm
I'm an Old CowhandBing Crosby
Singing On the ReservationChick Webb and his Orchestra
I Want to be a Real Cowboy GirlGirls of the Golden West
From the Land of Sky-Blue WaterMildred Bailey-vocal
Ridin' Down the CanyonThe Prarie Ramblers
Cherokee CanyonTex Beneke and his Orchestra
I Wanna be a Cowboy's SweetheartPatsy Montana
Indian Cradle SongLouis Armstrong and his Orchestra
The Cattle CallLight Crust Doughboys
Hiawatha's LullabyJoe Venuti and his Blue Five
Back in the Saddle AGaingGene Autry
Sioux War DanceJohn Pidoux
Cowboy's Home in HeavenCarson Robison
I'm the Medicine Man for the BluesNat Shikret and his Orchestra

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The Noontime Jamboree

Retta Cowboys and Indians was the show title for Monday, August 11, 2008. My guest on the show was Tony Baldwin. Born in London in 1949, Ton Baldwin’s first music teacher was a pupil of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) the Afro-British composer. This experience provided the initial spark for a lifelong interest in American dance music during its heyday between the 1920s and 19940s. Tony was base in Sydney, Australia for many years, where he combined playing piano in Tom Baker’s Swing Street Orchestra with a day-job in radio and record production. Resident in France now for over ten years, Tony performs regularly in European festivals ( Ascona, Cheltenham, Frankfurt, Breda, Montpellier, North Sea, etc.) while maintaining a presence in the art of sound restoration for specialist record labels. As a musician, Tony’s principal influences are Fates Waller, James P. Johnson, Teddy Weatherford, Teddy Wilson, Earl Hines and Mary-Lou Williams, and their work continues to inform his playing.

 

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