Episode Archive

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The Last Flight of the Lady Be Good

The American B-24 Bomber departed a Libyan Air Base on a bombing raid in April 1943.

Casey Jones

One of the most popular tales in American folk history.

Double Trouble

Frankie Jaxon had a rather unique performing edge.

Pretty Polly

Love, loss and cold-blooded killers.

Frankie And Johnny

Love, Loss and Cold-blooded killers…It’s Murder Ballad week.

Gloomy Sunday

Wait, they banned what?

Sweet Home Chicago

A song as synonymous with the Windy City as, well, the nickname itself.

Babar the King

Jean de Brunhoff introduced Babar the Elephant to the world in1931…though some credit belongs to his wife and children.

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues was included on Harris’ Blue Kentucky Girl, a Warner Brothers LP.

Happy Days Are Here Again

Perhaps the most popular song in American campaign history, and its very unlikely source.

Hang Out the Front Door Key

You’re listening to the Shelton Brothers…that’s Bob, Joe and Merle.

Since I Met You Baby

Pianist/singer/ jack of many trades Ivory Joe Hunter with “Since I Met you Baby”.
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