Daily Archive: June 18, 2017

Earl Bostic - 1957

Earl Bostic And His Orchestra – A Gay Day – 1957 – Past Daily Nights At The Round Table

Earl Bostic and his Orchestra – A Gay Day – King Records #5081 – 1957- Earl Bostic this weekend, with one of the last 78’s King Records issued, just before everybody switched over to 45 for good. A Gay Day (Gay . . as in happy) was not a hit,...

Emanuel Chabrier

Chabrier: Briseïs – ORTF Paris – 1963 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Emanuel Chabrier – excerpts from Act I – Briseïs – Soloists and ORTF Lyric Orch. Tony Aubin, cond. 1963 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – A rarity this weekend.Excerpts from the first (and only) act of an unfinished opera by the late 19th century French composer Emanuel Chabrier. With a...

Raquel Welch interviewed by Arthur Knight

In Conversation With Raquel Welch 1975 – Past Daily Pop Chronicles

Become a Patron! The concept of the Sex Symbol has changed dramatically over the past four decades. Much like our music, our genres of film, our media in general, the sex symbol has evolved and devolved to the point where what constitutes a Sex Symbol, or even sensuality is clouded...

Charles Mingus at Newport '59

Mingus Plays Newport – Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop – Newport 1959 – Past Daily Downbeat

Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop – Newport Jazz Festival 1959 – July 4, 1959 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The word Visionary is one of those sadly over-abused characterizations that has lately come to apply to anyone who thinks past midnight. But in the case of Charles Mingus, the word...

Days are crawling by

You’re A Teenager – You Live In L.A. – It’s May 23, 1972 – A Month Till Summer Vacation: An Eternity – But At Least There’s The Real Don Steele

KHJ – The Real Don Steele – 3:00-4:00 pm – May 23, 1972 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – No month moves quite as slowly as May. You get tantalizing glimpses of Summer, and then comes June Gloom and you know it will be the last day of school soon....