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That riff can only mean one thing…you’re listening to Chuck Berry…and you’re on the Sound Beat. Okay, two things.April 23, 2021
The song you hear ”Let Me Call You Sweetheart” by Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra was recorded in 1934 on the Decca label. You’re on the Sound Beat. “Let Me Call You Sweetheart“ was originally written by Leo Freidman and Beth Slater Whinston in 1910. The song was a big hit for Author Clough in ...April 21, 2021
Arthur Godfrey was a 50’s tv and radio icon, an aviator, equestrian…but not such a great tour leader. You’re on the Sound Beat You’re listening to The 1000 Islands Song, a Columbia 78 recorded in 1947. The archipelago lies in the St. Lawrence River, on the US-Canadian border. There are actually about 1800 islands, each passing the ...April 19, 2021
Il Travatore remains one of Guiseppe Verdi’s most popular operas, but it almost had a different name. Two, actually.April 16, 2021
From Coast Coast, from every state in the Union…it’s Groucho Marx and…April 15, 2021
For the first quarter of the 20th century, the xylophone was a studio engineer’s darling.April 14, 2021
Have you heard the siren’s call today? You might have, and not even known it.April 13, 2021