The Big Band and Swing Podcast
Boyd Raeburn and the Secret Behind ”Go Power” (Show 13)

Boyd Raeburn and the Secret Behind ”Go Power” (Show 13)

May 29, 2020

Features some fine music by Boyd Raeburn and His Band from an on air live performance recorded in 1944. We also listen to songs from Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Larry Clinton and Hal Bourne with the Murtah Sisters. Ronnaldo also explores the tall tales of Hunter Harry.

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Soundies, a Blonde Bombshell and Catsup (Show 12)

Soundies, a Blonde Bombshell and Catsup (Show 12)

May 22, 2020

Hey there everyone. Hold onto your hats, because you will finally be introduced to The Panoram 2000. So get ready to hear some Soundies in this episode. We'll be listening to some great songs from Stan Kenton, Jimmie Lunceford, Mal Hallett and England's Original Blonde Bombshell, Evelyn Dall. A live radio recording of Louis Prima from January of 1945 will also be played.

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Play Nice With Your Brothers and Sisters (Show 11)

Play Nice With Your Brothers and Sisters (Show 11)

May 15, 2020

Features music from some of the best "Brothers" and "Sisters" of the Big Band Era. We will hear songs from The Dinning Sisters, The Mills Brothers, The King Sisters and The Andrews Sisters. We also listen to a historic recording from The Dorsey Brothers as well as a live radio performance from Bing and Bob Crosby. The Panoram 2000 makes it's podcast debut as we listen to the audio of a Soundie by The Stuart Sisters.

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Les and More (Show 10)

Les and More (Show 10)

May 8, 2020

Features songs from Jimmie Lunceford, Claude Thornhill and the Boswell Sisters. We also listen to a Les Brown performance from The Hollywood Palladium recorded in September of 1945. This episode will leave you feeling clean and fresh scented.

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The Sentimental Journey of Johnny Zero (Show 9)

The Sentimental Journey of Johnny Zero (Show 9)

May 1, 2020

Includes songs from Count Basie, Marion Hutton and the Modernaires, Johnny Mercer and Doris Day. We also listen to Benny Goodman performing Sing, Sing, Sing from a V-Disc issued in October of 1943. Warning: Gremlins may appear in this episode.

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