Week 213 – Happy New Year!

Well what better for the last show of 2017 than a round-up of some of the events Damon has recorded over the last 12 months. So sit back for this this extended show to see you through the new year!

Happy New Year from John Leeming, James Mclean and myself!

It’s important to support organists and concerts, but everything we have brought to you this year is done out of our own pockets. So if you have enjoyed this week’s show, why not donate?

 

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Happy Listening!

 

Music played –

Track Artist Organ Record Label Month
 In Love For The Very First Time Simon Gledhill Orgue De Cinéma, Collège Claparède, Genèva

3c/8 Wurlitzer

 AAOCCC Nov
 I Kiss Your Hand Madame Cameron Lloyd St John Vianney Church, Clayhall

3/7 + Mel Compton

Private Recording May
The Laughing Samba Len Rawle Barry Earl Residence, Leighton Buzzard

3/15 Wurlitzer

Private Recording March
Ray Noble Selection: The Very Thought Of You/Love Is The Sweetest Thing/Cherokee/The Touch Of Your Lips/ Goodnight Sweetheart Michael Wooldridge  Assembly Hall, Worthing

3/22 Wurlitzer

Private Recording February
That’s Entertainment Aaron Hawthorne Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden

3/11 Compton

Private Recording July
Mattinata Richard Morgan St John Vianney Church, Clayhall

3/7 + Mel Compton

Private Recording May
From This Moment On Declan Poole Assembly Hall, Worthing

3/22 Wurlitzer

Private Recording May
I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plans  

David Lowe

Assembly Hall, Worthing

3/22 Wurlitzer

Private Recording May
 Some Enchanted Evening John Mann Winter Gardens Eastbourne

Eminent Grand 2000

Private Recording July
1960’s Selection: Side Saddle/Here, There and Everywhere/Help/A Hard Days Night/Yesterday/China Tea/Roulette/Enjoy Yourself Nicholas Martin Victoria Hall, Saltaire

3/11 Wurlitzer

Private Recording March

 

Week 212 – Jingle Bells

Seasons greetings! the big day is moments away so why not turn up the volume and listen to this weeks show, crammed full of all your Christmas favourites!

From John Leeming, James Mclean and myself we wish you all a very Merry Christmas!  

It’s important to supports organists and concerts but everything you we have bought to you this year is done out of our own pockets. So if you have enjoyed this week’s show, why not donate?

 

You can use the above player or you can download the show using the usual Dropbox Link!

Happy Listening!

 

Music played –

Track Artist Organ Record Label Year
A Root’n Toot’n Santa Claus/I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus/Santa Claus I Coming To Town Robert Wolfe Thursford Collection, Fakenham

3/19 + U.P Wurlitzer

Wolfe Productions 1989
A Christmas Love Song (All I Want For Christmas Is You) Jim Riggs Alabama Theatre  Birmingham, Alabama

4/29 Wurlitzer

ATOS 2009
Winter Wonderland Reginald Dixon & John McCarthy Chorus Tower Ballroom, Blackpool

3/14 + G.P Wurlitzer

Readers Digest 1968
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Matthew Ross Musical Museum, Brentford

3/12 + G.P Wurlitzer

Avid Records  1994
Jingle Bells/Frosty The Snowman/Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer/Silent Night/The First Noel/Sleigh Ride Nicholas Martin Signing Hills, Golf Course

3/23 + U.P Wurlitzer

Private Recording c2010

 

Week 211 – Christmas Time Is Here

Christmas time is here! So put your feet up with some seasonal sounds from some of the worlds finest!

It’s important to supports organists and concerts but everything you we have bought to you this year is done out of our own pockets. So if you have enjoyed this week’s show, why not donate?

 

You can use the above player or you can download the show using the usual Dropbox Link!

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Music played –

 

Track Artist Organ Record Label Year
Jingle Bells/Holly Jolly Christmas Phil Kelsall Tower Ballroom, Blackpool

3/14 + G.P Wurlitzer

Crimson Records 1998
It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year Mark Laflin Organ Theatre, St. Albans

3/10 Wurlitzer

DMC Recording 2016
A Very Merry Christmas Part 1: Carilon/Home Sweet Home/Sir Rodger De Coverly/Vive L’Amour/Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl/Little Brown Jug/Drinking Sidney Torch Regal/Odeon Marble Arch, London

4/37 Christie

78 Transfer  c1930’s
I’ve Got A Crush On You Tom Hazleton Southbank Polytechnic, London

4/24 Wurlitzer

COS Tapes  1998
Brazilian Sleigh Bells George Wright Richard Vaughn Studio Organ, Hollywood CA

5/21 Wurlitzer

 Hi-Fi Records  1955
Christmas Time Is Here Lew Williams Organ Stop Pizza, Mesa AZ

4/78 Wurlitzer

ERB Enterprises, Inc  2003
Deck The Halls Michael Wooldridge Wurlitzer Lodge, Northolt

3/19 Wurlitzer

Merlin Productions  c1980’s
Winter Sunset Nigel Ogden St John Vianney Church, Clayhall

3/7 + Mel Compton

COS Tapes  1988

 

Week 210 – 2017 Record Review

On this week’s show Damon looks back at some of the new albums released this year. 2017 turned out to be a good year for organists releasing new material all of which I have enjoyed listening too.

It’s important to supports organists and concerts but everything you we have bought to you this year is done out of our own pockets. So if you have enjoyed this week’s show, why not donate?

 

You can use the above player or you can download the show using the usual Dropbox Link!

Happy Listening!

 

Music played –

Track Artist Organ Record Label Year
Side By Side Simon Gledhill & The New Foxtrot Serenaders Musical Museum, Brentford

3/12+G.P Wurlitzer

NFS Productions 2017
Rhonda Rhapsody John Mann Paul Kirners Music Palace, Ynyshir, Wales

4/15 + G.P Christie

CL Studios 2017
The Devil Went Down To Georgia Nathan Avakian Nethercutt Collection, San Sylmar, Los Angeles CA

4/75 Wurlitzer

Avakian Creative Works 2017
I’ll Take Romance/Falling In Love With love Howard Beaumont New Victoria Centre, Howden-le-Wear

3/19 + G.P Wurlitzer

Fairview Studios 2017
Cha Cha: Good King Wenceslas/While Shepherds Watched Their Flock/Calypso Carol Nicholas Martin Technics FA-1 Nicholas Martin 2017
Deep Night David Gary Dennis Unk Residence, Erie PA

3/21 Wurlitzer

Unk/Gray 2017
Jeepers Creepers Simon Gledhill Orgue De Cinéma, Collège Claparède, Genèva

3c/8 Wurlitzer

 AAOCCC 2017