Week 181 – Kelsall Wonders at Worthing

On this week’s show we go to the seaside! Worthing to be precise, where for half an hour you can enjoy the sounds of Blackpool maestro Phil Kelsall who is celebrating his 40th anniversary at the Tower Ballroom this year. Since the Assembly hall Wurlitzer started playing in 1981 Phil has been twice a year since and is a firm favourite.

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Music played –

Cherokee/Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart/So Whats New?/Glad Rag Doll/Good Old Bad Old Days /It Don’t Mean A Thing

Rodgers & Hart Selection: The Lady Is A Tramp/Mountain Greenery/Blue Moon/Manhattan/No Other Love/Lover/There’s A Small Hotel/The Girlfriend

I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside

 

All tracks played by Phil Kelsall on the 3/22 Wurlitzer in the Assembly hall, Worthing. Recorded by Damon Cox on a Zoom H2N. Thanks to Simon Field and to Phil for giving permission for this to be broadcast.

Week 126 – Phil Kelsall at the Troxy

On this weeks show we bring you edited highlights from Phil Kelsall’s recent concert at the newly installed Wurlitzer in the Troxy. Phil’s Concert was the first solo concert on the Wurlitzer –  this will be the first of many. On this show Phil plays a section of Irving Berlin tunes, novelty items such as the Doll Dance, medley of big band hits from the 30’s and 40’s and many more!

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Kelsall TOE

 

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Music played –

I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside

Sway/Tico Tico

Irving Berlin Selection: Reaching For The Moon/How Deep Is The Ocean/Blue Skies/What’ll I Do?/Count Your Blessings

The Doll Dance/Just For A While/Punch And Judy Polka

Big Band Selection: Cherokee/Opus One/Take The ‘A’ Train/Chattangooga Choo Choo/It Don’t Mean A Thing/Honeysuckle Rose

I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside

 

All tracks played by Phil Kelsall on the 4/25 Wurlitzer in The Troxy, Stepney, London. Recorded by Damon Cox on a Zoom H2n. Organ tuned and maintained Robert Rowley and members of the COS southern district. Thanks to Nigel Laflin for giving permission for this to be broadcast.