Surprises GUARANTEED every Wednesday at our Golden Era Recorded Music Project! Always on vinyl from 1948 to 1988.
We start with a delightful find: the NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND meeting up with classic Southern Country singers like DOC WATSON, EARL SCRUGGS, MERLE TRAVIS & more! (Great vinyl by DOUG SAX and the MASTERING LAB!)
AND THEN . . .KATE SMITH sings a huge JIMMY WEBB song.
SVIATASLAV RICHTER always pulls in the votes for “World's Greatest Pianist:” Hear him in a SCHUBERT SONATA and at BOSTON'S SYMPHONY HALL in his 1960 AMERICAN VISIT with the BSO in Beethoven's First Piano Concerto.
ROSEMARY CLOONEY and COLE PORTER were made for each other and you just might agree after hearing “WHY SHOULDN'T I?”.
GERR MULLIGAN and his QUARTET send us home happy with a jazz piece from his JERU vinyl album.
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See you all at 7 pm TONIGHT!